Articles to read

Policy (theory)

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Technology

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General socio-technical transitions

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Australian history/politics

Christoff, P. (1995) Market-based Instruments: The Australian ExperienceIn Eckersley, R. (ed) (1995) Markets, The State and the Environment: Towards Integration. London: Macmillan

Clark, G. (1995) Global Competition and Environmental Regulation: Is the ‘Race to the Bottom’ Inevitable? In Eckersley, R. (ed) (1995) Markets, The State and the Environment: Towards Integration. London: Macmillan

Kinrade, P. (1995) Towards Ecolgical Sustainable Development: The Role and Shortcomings of Markets In Eckersley, R. (ed) (1995) Markets, The State and the Environment: Towards Integration. London: Macmillan

US history/politics

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Climate Change etc

Revised version published in the Climatic Change journal (Abstract)
New Citation: Agrawala, Shardul. 1998. “Context and Early Origins of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.” Climatic Change 39: 605-620.
· Revised version published in the Climatic Change journal (Abstract)
New Citation: Agrawala, Shardul. 1998. “Structural and Process History of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.” Climatic Change 39: 621-642.
· Revised version published in the Global Environmental Change journal (Abstract)
New Citation: Agrawala, Shardul. 1999. “Early Science-Policy Interactions in Climate Change: Lessons from the Advisory Group on Greenhouse Gases.” Global Environmental Change: Human and Policy Dimensions 9(2): 157.

JONES, M.D.H and HENDERSON-SELLERS, A. “History of the greenhouse effect Progress in Physical Geography March 1990 vol. 14 no. 1 1-18

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