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Climate Action in a Globalizing World : Comparative Perspectives on Environmental Movements in the Global North.

Author: Carl Cassegard; Linda Soneryd; Hakan Thorn; Asa Wettergren
Publisher: London : Taylor and Francis, 2017.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Cassegard, Carl.
Climate Action in a Globalizing World : Comparative Perspectives on Environmental Movements in the Global North.
London : Taylor and Francis, ©2017
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Carl Cassegard; Linda Soneryd; Hakan Thorn; Asa Wettergren
ISBN: 9781317212546 1317212541
OCLC Number: 988174619
Notes: Conclusion: The U.S. movement in comparative perspective.
Description: 1 online resource (241 pages)
Contents: Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; List of figures; List of contributors; List of abbreviations; Preface; 1. Climate action in a globalizing world: An introduction; Introduction: From the Warsaw walkout to the Paris Agreement; Climate activism and global governance; National comparisons in the context of political globalization; Green governance --
a critical view; Social movements --
national, international, transnational and global; Movement institutionalization and globalization; Advanced liberal government, resistance and responsibilization. Institutionalization and (de- )politicizationNational cases in a global context; Main arguments and structure of the book; Notes; References; PART I: Global perspectives: COP as a space for climate activism; 2. Climate justice, equity and movement mobilization; The emergence of climate justice as a movement concept; Climate justice as a nodal point of global climate activism from Warsaw to Paris; Justice and/or equity? --
a struggle over interpretation; Conclusion; Notes; References; 3. Governing dissent in a state of emergency: Police and protester interactions in the global space of the COP. Protest policing and summit protests in the twenty-first centuryThe state of exception in practice and in principle; Climate protests and their policing prior to COP21; Protest and its policing in Paris 2015; The run-up to COP21; November 29: Place de la République; False Solutions COP21; Red Lines; Governing (through) uncertainty; Conclusion; Notes; References; 4. Mobilizing emotions in the global sphere: Global solidarity and the regime of rationality; Introduction; Emotions in social movements; Climate justice and global political solidarity; Solidarities and COY. Organizational politics (1): SpacesOrganizational politics (2): Inclusions and divisions; On-site feeling rules: The emotional regime and politics at COP; Emotional regimes in contrast: rationality vs. solidarity; Coping and adaptation; Conclusion; Notes; References; 5. COP as a global public sphere: News media frames, movement frames, and the media standing of climate movement actors; Critical and constructionist approaches to the media coverage of social movements; Climate movements and media representations in four newspapers; Japan: Asahi Shimbun; Denmark: Politiken. Sweden: Dagens NyheterThe United States: New York Times; Concluding discussion; Note; References; PART II: National environmental movements in a global context: Denmark, Japan, Sweden and the United States; 6. Learning from defeat: The strategic reorientation of the U.S. climate movement; Introduction; The U.S. climate movement: From Earth Day to the People's Climate March; How does defeat affect mobilization?; The narrative of defeat in the U.S. climate movement; Target diversification post-Copenhagen; Reinforcing the "outside game"; Climate justice and normative change.

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