A provocative reassessment of the relationship between states and
environmental politics in Africa From climate-related risks such as
crop failure and famine to longer-term concerns about sustainable
urbanization, environmental justice, and biodiversity conservation,
African states face a range of environmental issues. As Carl Death
demonstrates, the ways in which they are addressing them have
important political ramifications, and challenge current
understandings of green politics. Death draws on almost a decade of
research to reveal how central African environmental politics are
to the transformation of African states.
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