Politics of Climate Justice: Paralysis Above, Movement Below

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This is an indispensable book for anyone who seeks to understand world leaders' responses to climate change through the United Nations' Conference of the Parties (COP). Politics of Climate Justice provides the vital background and theoretical context to what happened at the COPS in Kyoto, Copenhagen, Cancun, and Durban. It explores the favored strategies of key elites from the crisis ridden global and national power blocs, including South Africa, and finds them incapable of reconciling the threat to the planet with their ...

Politics of Climate Justice: Paralysis Above, Movement Below 2012, University of Kwazulu Natal Press

ISBN-13: 9781869142216

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