Environmental Politics

(The H4-Index of Environmental Politics is 24. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
Multispecies justice: theories, challenges, and a research agenda for environmental politics119
The future of ‘environmental’ policy in the Anthropocene: time for a paradigm shift92
Climate changed urban futures: environmental politics in the anthropocene city72
Nationalist ideology, rightwing populism, and public views about climate change in Europe61
Greening states and societies: from transitions to great transformations60
The limits of the loops: critical environmental politics and the Circular Economy58
Jobs vs. climate justice? Contentious narratives of labor and climate movements in the coal transition in Germany57
New directions in environmental justice studies: examining the state and violence55
The evolution of climate governance in China: drivers, features, and effectiveness49
Early oil industry disinformation on global warming48
Transforming ecological modernization ‘from within’ or perpetuating it? The circular economy as EU environmental policy narrative41
Weaponizing economics: Big Oil, economic consultants, and climate policy delay40
Policy implementation styles and local governments: the case of climate change adaptation38
The fantasy of carbon offsetting35
More-than-human solidarity and multispecies justice in the climate crisis34
Green nationalism. Climate action and environmentalism in left nationalist parties33
From populism to climate scepticism: the role of institutional trust and attitudes towards science31
Making matter great again? Ecofeminism, new materialism and the everyday turn in environmental politics29
Does youth participation increase the democratic legitimacy of UNFCCC-orchestrated global climate change governance?27
Narrating plastics governance: policy narratives in the European plastics strategy27
Varieties of climate governance: the emergence and functioning of climate institutions26
From targets to inspections: the issue of fairness in China’s environmental policy implementation25
Who owns marine biodiversity? Contesting the world order through the ‘common heritage of humankind’ principle25
‘Ecobordering’: casting immigration control as environmental protection25
Climate institutions in Brazil: three decades of building and dismantling climate capacity24
Populism as an act of storytelling: analyzing the climate change narratives of Donald Trump and Greta Thunberg as populist truth-tellers24
Intersectionality & Climate Justice: A call for synergy in climate change scholarship24