American and Comparative Environmental Policy

The MIT Press series in American and Comparative Environmental Policy encourages work that examines a broad range of environmental policy issues, incorporating interdisciplinary research and focusing on the linkages between public policy and environmental problems and issues both within the United States and in cross-national settings. We especially encourage studies that assess policy successes and failures, evaluate new institutional arrangements and policy tools, and clarify new directions for environmental politics and policy. The books in this series are written for a wide audience that includes academics, policymakers, environmental scientists and professionals, business and labor leaders, environmental activists, and students concerned with environmental issues.

Series editor: Sheldon Kamieniecki and Michael E. Kraft

The Resistance Dilemma

George Hoberg

Aug 17, 2021

Effective Advocacy

Mary Alice Haddad

Mar 23, 2021

Carbon Captured

Matto Mildenberger

Feb 18, 2020

Titans of the Climate

Kelly Sims Gallagher, Xiaowei Xuan, John P. Holdren, Junkuo Zhang

Feb 05, 2019

Can We Price Carbon?

Barry G. Rabe

Apr 06, 2018

Conceptual Innovation in Environmental Policy

James Meadowcroft, Daniel J. Fiorino

Sep 29, 2017

Environmental Governance Reconsidered

Robert F. Durant, Daniel J. Fiorino, Rosemary O'Leary

Jun 30, 2017

Reclaiming the Atmospheric Commons

Leigh Raymond

Sep 16, 2016

Failed Promises

David M. Konisky

Mar 27, 2015

State and Environment

Andreas Duit

May 30, 2014