Environmental Politics

Papers
(The TQCC of Environmental Politics is 20. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Non-state actors in global climate governance: from Copenhagen to Paris and beyond153
Cities as leaders in EU multilevel climate governance: embedded upscaling of local experiments in Europe118
Cross-national variation in determinants of climate change concern67
Democracy in the risk society? Learning from the new politics of mobility in Munich60
From NIMBY to NIABY: regional mobilization against liquefied natural gas in the United States59
Transition tensions: mapping conflicts in movements for a just and sustainable transition56
Going around in circles? Conceptual recycling, patching and policy layering in the EU circular economy package56
The environmental state and the glass ceiling of transformation55
Compliance with EU environmental law. The iceberg is melting55
From conflict to resilience? Explaining recent changes in climate security discourse and practice54
Pioneers, leaders and followers in multilevel and polycentric climate governance52
Public support for environmental policy depends on beliefs concerning effectiveness, intrusiveness, and fairness51
From local conflict to national issue: when and how environmental campaigns succeed in transcending the local49
Does time colonise intergenerational environmental justice theory?49
Avoiding cultural trauma: climate change and social inertia49
De facto governance: how authoritative assessments construct climate engineering as an object of governance48
Emissions trading at Kyoto: from EU resistance to Union innovation48
Enlarging EU Environments: Central and Eastern Europe from Transition to Accession43
Environmental movements: From the local to the global42
The state in the transformation to a sustainable postgrowth economy41
Ecological democracy and the rise and decline of liberal democracy: looking back, looking forward40
De-Europeanising or disengaging? EU environmental policy and Brexit40
Greening states and societies: from transitions to great transformations39
The European Council, the Council and the Member States: changing environmental leadership dynamics in the European Union38
Leadership and lesson-drawing in the European Union’s multilevel climate governance system37
The oil and gas sector: from climate laggard to climate leader?37
Environmental policy evaluation in the EU: between learning, accountability, and political opportunities?36
Changing the story? The discourse of ecological modernisation in the European Union35
Neoliberal climate policy: from market fetishism to the developmental state34
The UN climate change negotiations and the role of the United States: assessing American leadership from Copenhagen to Paris34
Green Parties in National Governments: From Protest to Acquiescence?33
From postmaterialism to sustainable materialism: the environmental politics of practice-based movements33
From the political to the objective: The dialectics of Zionism and the environment33
Free market ideology and deregulation in Colorado’s oil fields: Evidence for triple movement activism?32
The green state and industrial decarbonisation31
Environmental policy innovations in China: a critical analysis from a low-carbon city31
Sleepwalking into lock-in? Avoiding wrongs to future people in the governance of solar radiation management research31
Left to interest groups? On the prospects for enforcing environmental law in the European Union30
From limits to growth to degrowth within French green politics30
The triangular relationship between public concern for environmental issues, policy output, and media attention28
The legitimation crisis of democracy: emancipatory politics, the environmental state and the glass ceiling to socio-ecological transformation27
From High Regulatory State to Social and Ecological Market Economy? New Environmental Policy Instruments in Germany27
Governance experiments in climate action: empirical findings from the 28 European Union countries27
Sustainability as a cultural transformation: the role of deliberative democracy26
Ecological reflexivity: characterising an elusive virtue for governance in the Anthropocene26
Beyond the environmental state? The political prospects of a sustainability transformation26
The contingent effects of environmental concern and ideology: institutional context and people’s willingness to pay environmental taxes25
Fast, cheap, and imperfect? US public opinion about solar geoengineering25
Climate pioneership and leadership in structurally disadvantaged maritime port cities25
From wilderness to WildCountry: the power of language in environmental campaigns in Australia24
The European community's environmental policy, 1957 to ‘1992’: From incidental measures to an international regime?23
The varying effects of left–right ideology on support for the environment: Evidence from a Swedish survey experiment23
The politics of carbon taxation: how varieties of policy style matter23
The international financing of environmental protection: Lessons from efforts to protect the river Rhine against chloride pollution23
Democracy, disagreement, disruption: agonism and the environmental state22
Follow the leader? Conceptualising the relationship between leaders and followers in polycentric climate governance22
Political polarization and environmental attitudes: a cross-national analysis22
Stakeholder pressures from perceived environmental impacts and the effect on corporate environmental management programmes in China21
Is the trajectory of European Union environmental policy less certain?21
National environmental policy planning in OECD countries: Preliminary lessons from cross‐national comparisons21
Climate laws in small European states: symbolic legislation and limits of diffusion in Ireland and Finland21
Economic conditions and support for the prioritisation of environmental protection during the Great Recession20
Stealing from the Poor? Game Theory and the Politics of Water Markets in Chile20
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