Global Environmental Politics

(The TQCC of Global Environmental Politics is 5. 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.)
Prisoners of the Wrong Dilemma: Why Distributive Conflict, Not Collective Action, Characterizes the Politics of Climate Change115
Precision Technologies for Agriculture: Digital Farming, Gene-Edited Crops, and the Politics of Sustainability105
Future-Proofing Capitalism: The Paradox of the Circular Economy for Plastics69
Catalytic Cooperation55
Policy Characteristics, Electoral Cycles, and the Partisan Politics of Climate Change41
Green Industrial Policy and the Global Transformation of Climate Politics38
Intergovernmental Expert Consensus in the Making: The Case of the Summary for Policy Makers of the IPCC 2014 Synthesis Report33
The Security–Sustainability Nexus: Lithium Onshoring in the Global North31
Marine Biodiversity Negotiations During COVID-19: A New Role for Digital Diplomacy?27
Pathways to an International Agreement to Leave Fossil Fuels in the Ground25
Varieties of Crises: Comparing the Politics of COVID-19 and Climate Change19
Big Oil and Climate Regulation: Business as Usual or a Changing Business?17
Populism and Environmental Performance17
The Practical Fit of Concepts: Ecosystem Services and the Value of Nature16
Large-Scale Carbon Dioxide Removal: The Problem of Phasedown16
Climate Governance Antagonisms: Policy Stability and Repoliticization16
Nature 4.0: Assisted Evolution, De-extinction, and Ecological Restoration Technologies15
Participatory Designs and Epistemic Authority in Knowledge Platforms for Sustainability15
Governing New Biotechnologies for Biodiversity Conservation: Gene Drives, International Law, and Emerging Politics14
Who Are the Engineers? Solar Geoengineering Research and Justice14
The Potential and Limits of Environmental Disclosure Regulation: A Global Value Chain Perspective Applied to Tanker Shipping14
Making Industrial Policy Work for Decarbonization14
The International Politics of Carbon Dioxide Removal: Pathways to Cooperative Global Governance13
Indigenous Peoples and Multiscalar Environmental Governance: The Opening and Closure of Participatory Spaces13
Experiments in EU Climate Governance: The Unfulfilled Potential of the Covenant of Mayors13
Silver Lining to Extreme Weather Events? Democracy and Climate Change Mitigation12
How Do Right-Wing Populist Parties Influence Climate and Renewable Energy Policies? Evidence from OECD Countries12
The Supply Side of Climate Policies: Keeping Unburnable Fossil Fuels in the Ground12
Following the Leaders? How to Restore Progress in Global Climate Governance12
Backlash to Climate Policy10
Judicializing Environmental Governance? The Case of Transnational Corporate Accountability10
Nationalist Backlash Against Foreign Climate Shaming10
Making Representations: The SDG Process and Major Groups’ Images of the Future9
Climate Change, Sea Level Rise, and Maritime Baselines: Responding to the Plight of Low-Lying Atoll States9
Counting Carbon or Counting Coal? Anchoring Climate Governance in Fossil Fuel–Based Accountability Frameworks8
Massive Institutional Structures in Global Governance8
Beliefs About Consequences from Climate Action Under Weak Climate Institutions: Sectors, Home Bias, and International Embeddedness8
Environmental Impacts and Public Opinion About International Trade: Experimental Evidence from Six OECD Countries7
Political Institutions and Supply-Side Climate Politics: Lessons from Coal Ports in Canada and the United States7
Phasing Out Fossil Fuels: Determinants of Production Cuts and Implications for an International Agreement7
The Elusive Governance of Climate Change: Nationally Determined Contributions as Commitments and Negotiating Positions7
It’s a Performance, Not an Orchestra! Rethinking Soft Coordination in Global Climate Governance7
Green Industrial Policy After Paris: Renewable Energy Policy Measures and Climate Goals6
Design Trade-Offs Under Power Asymmetry: COPs and Flexibility Clauses6
Taking Technology Seriously: Introduction to the Special Issue on New Technologies and Global Environmental Politics5
The Challenges of Coal Phaseout: Coal Plant Development and Foreign Finance in Indonesia and Vietnam5
Rethinking the Climate–Conflict Nexus: A Human–Environmental–Climate Security Approach5
Tactical Opposition: Obstructing Loss and Damage Finance in the United Nations Climate Negotiations5
The Enemy Within? Green Industrial Policy and Stranded Assets in China’s Power Sector5
Differentiation in Environmental Treaty Making: Measuring Provisions and How They Reshape the Depth–Participation Dilemma5
Small NGOs and Agenda-Setting in Global Conservation Governance: The Case of Pangolin Conservation5