Comparative and International Perspectives
Environmental and energy policies have become significant in European and North American politics. This book uses case studies that embrace climate change, product standards, chemical regulations, renewable energy policies, food safety and genetically-modified organisms to examine areas of conflict and cooperation in transatlantic relationship.
Expanding Transatlantic relations: implications for environment and energy politics, Miranda A. Schreurs, Henrik Selin and Stacy D. VanDeveer; Part I Governing Within and Beyond the State: Comparative Environmental Governance and Its Implications for Policy Development: governance for sustainable development: the United States and the European Union compared, Elizabeth Bomberg; Intergovernmental management of environmental policy in the United States and the EU, Sonja Walti.; Part II Governing Risk: Chemical Regulations, Asbestos Bans, Product Standards, and Genetically Modified Organisms: Transatlantic politics of chemicals management, Henrik Selin; Oceans apart? Policy reversals, transatlantic politics, and the EU asbestos ban, Marcus Carson; Targeting consumer product environmental impacts across the Atlantic, Alastair Iles; Transatlantic food fights in an era of globalization: when menus, rules and choices collide, Patricia M. Keilbach; Implications of the transatlantic biotech dispute for developing countries, Thomas Bernauer and Philipp Aerni.; Part III Governing Carbon: Renewable Energy and Climate Change: Promotion of renewable energy in the United States and the European Union: policy progress and prospects, Ian H. Rowlands; Conflict and cooperation in transatlantic climate politics: different stories at different levels, Miranda A. Schreurs, Henrik Selin and Stacy D. VanDeveer.; Part IV Governing Global Markets: Environmental Standards and Certification Approaches: Export promotion, trade, and the environment: negotiating environmental standards for export credit agencies across the Atlantic, Marcus Schaper; The emergence of non-state environmental governance in European and North American forest sectors, Benjamin Cashore, Graeme Auld, Deanna Newsom and Elizabeth Egan; Mad cows and ailing hens: the transatlantic relationship and livestock diseases, Kate O'Neill. Conclusion: Transatlantic environmental relations: implications for the global community, Miranda A. Schreurs, Henrik Selin and Stacy D. VanDeveer; References; Index.