ISA Meetings in Atlanta
The 33rd annual ISA convention is scheduled for Atlanta, March 31-April 4, 1992 at the Atlanta Hilton and Towers. Indicative of the increased salience of the environment in international affairs, the Environmental Studies Section is sponsoring a record 13 panels, coordinated by ESS chair Barbara Jancar-Webster, which span the entire period of the meetings. The titles and times of the panels are listed below. A full listing of the papers is in the preliminary program in the December 1991 issue of the Inter- national Studies Newsletter, which has been sent to all ISA mem- bers.
Environmental Studies Section
ECO 1992, Environment and Development
The Politics of Regime Effectiveness
International Environmental Degradation and Environ- mental Security
Domestic Sources of International Environmental Policy-Making
The Social Construction of Ecological Interdependence
Environmental Protection and the European Community
International Organizations and Environmental Politics
Environment and Development
Role of NGO’s in International Environmental Cooperation and Security
Structural Adjustment, National Resources and the Environ- ment
The Environment and Consequences of War and Military Activities
Determinants of Successful Environmental Regimes
Climate Change: Lessons from Institutional and Legal Analyses
The ESS business meeting is scheduled for Friday, 12:15-1:15 PM.
National Institutes for the Environment
A committee has been formed to work for the creation of the National Institutes for the Environment (NIE), which its proposers hope would accomplish for the environment with the National Institutes of Health has done for human health. The committee is co-chaired by Stephen P. Hubbell (Princeton University) and Henry F. Howe (University of Illinois–Chicago). Those interested in learning more about this effort may write to The Committee for the NIE, 730 11th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001-5421; phone 202-628-4303; fax 202-628-4311.
Call for Manuscripts
As a follow up to a symposium issue of Policy Studies Journal, article length manuscripts are being sought for a book on the subject of “Global Climate Problems and Public Policy,” to be edited by David L. Feldman and Dean Mann and published by Nelson- Hall. Proposals must be submitted by March 1, 1991. For further information, contact Dr. David L. Feldman, Energy Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, P.O. Box 20088, 4500N, MS6206, Oak Ridge, TN 37831-6206, phone 615-574-1404.
E: The Environment Magazine aims at providing environmental information “for the growing thousands of grassroots activists and veteran environmentalists–who want to clean up our environ- ment and improve their relationship with the natural world.” Sub- scriptions are $20 a year and can be arranged by writing to E Subscriptions, P.O. Box 6667, Syracuse, NY 13217.
In Content: a Quarterly of Humane Sustainable Culture contains articles that probe a variety of issues related to the global environment, as well as other subjects. Subscriptions are $18 in the US and can be arranged by writing to the journal at P.O. Box 11470, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110-5470.
What was formerly the Journal of Agricultural Ethics has a broader focus and a new name, Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics. For subscription information, write to the journal business editor, Rosemary Vanderkamp, Room 039, MacKinnon Building, University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada N1G 2W1.
Publications on HDGEC
The International Social Science Council (ISSC) published a monograph entitled Dynamics of Societal Learning about Global Environmental Change written by Robert M. Worcester and Samuel H. Barnes for the Working Group on Survey Research Data of the ISSC Standing Committee on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmen- tal Change. This report presents a preliminary inventory of public opinion surveys that may warrant further analysis in view of the concerns raised by HDGEC. Copies may be requested from the ISSC Secretariat, UNESCO House, 1 rue Miollis, 75015 Paris, France; phone (33-1) 45 68 25 58; fax (31-1) 43 06 87 98.
The US Committee on HDGC, chaired by former ESS chair Oran R. Young (Dartmouth College) and sponsored by the National Research Council, has released its report in the form of a book entitled Global Environmental Change: Understanding the Human Dimensions (Washington, DC.: National Academy Press, 1992, 308 pp.). Co- edited by Young, Paul C. Stern, and Daniel Druckman, the report offers a comprehensive overview of the human causes of global change, potential human responses to the global change, and the role that social science should be playing in global change research.
The Division of Social and Economic Science of NSF conducts a special competition for research proposals dealing with the Human Dimensions of Global Change. It seeks to encourage social science research related to the social, economic, demographic, governmental, legal, and/or institutional aspects of global change. Submission dates for proposals are January 15 or August 15. For further information contact a program officer in one of the following programs: Decision, Risk, and Management Science (202-357-7417), Economics (202-357-9674); Geography and Regional Science (202-357-7326); Law and Social Science (202-357-9657); Political Science (202) 357-9406; or Sociology (202) 357-7802). The mailing address is (Name of Relevant Program), Division of Social and Economic Science, NSF, 1800 G Street, NW, Rm 336, Washington, DC 20550.
The sixth annual meeting of the Society for Human Ecology will be held at the Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort in Utah, October 2-4. The theme will be “Human Ecology: Crossing Boundaries” with spe- cial themes including arts and humanities; global problems; human ecology; wellness and the individual; interdisciplinary dialogue and integration; resource and policy problems; and theoretical issues. Proposals for papers, sessions, or workshops should be directed to Scott D. Wright, University of Utah, FCS Dept., 228 AEB, Salt Lake City, 84112; phone 801-581-8750.
The International Symposium on Environmental Contamination in Central and Eastern Europe will be held in Budapest, Hungary, October 12-16, 1992. Papers proposals should be submitted by January 15, 1992 to Peter I. Richter, Technical University of Budapest, Department of Atomic Physics, Environmental Research Laboratory, Budafoki ut 8, H1111 Budapest, Hungary; phone or fax 361-1853-230; or to Dr. Roy C. Herndon, Florida State University, DBTR, Tallahassee, Florida, 32310-3700; phone 904-644-5524; fax 904-644-5524.
The ISA Thematic Group “Environment and Society” is holding a symposium on the subject “Current Developments in Environmental Sociology,” in Woudschoten, The Netherlands, June 17-22, 1992. The deadline for paper proposals is past. However, those inter- ested in further information may contact August Gijswijt, Chair Organizing Committee, Netherlands Universities Institute for Coordination of Research in Social Sciences, P. O. Box 19079, 1000 GB Amsterdam, The Netherlands; fax 3120-6229430.
News from ESS Members
ESS founder and member Kenneth A. Dahlberg (Western Michigan University) has been awarded his university’s 1991 Distinguished Faculty Scholar Award. Congratulations, Ken! Ken has an NSF grant to study municipal food systems, including Knoxville, St. Paul, Syracuse, Philadelphia, Charleston (SC), and Kansas City. Besides seeking a better understanding of how such systems operate at the household, neighborhood, and municipal levels, he is exploring the policies and practices that local governments can pursue to improve their food systems.
The Program on Negotiation Clearinghouse announces the publica- tion of two new simulations: CO2-The Interactive Negotiation on Global Warming, developed by the Strategic Environmental Simula- tions, Inc. of Canada, and the National Energy Policy Simulation, developed by the MIT-Harvard Public Disputes Program. Further information is available from the Clearinghouse, 513 Pound Hall, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA 02138; phone 617-495-1684; fax 617-495-7818.
Opportunity to Attend UNCED Meetings
ISA has consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, which makes it possible for ISA members to obtain short-term passes to attend UN meetings or to do research at the UN. Any members interested in attending the Fourth Session of the Prepcom for the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environ- ment and Development (March 9-April 3 in New York) or the UNCED meetings in Rio in June, may contact Dr. Charlotte G. Patton, ISA Representative at the UN, 905 West End Ave., New York, NY 10025, phone (212) 222-7255.
The ’92 Global Forum is a parallel and independent series of events that will be held in Rio at the same time as the UNCED. For information about registration, contact The ’92 Global Forum, Hotel Gloria, Predio Anexo, 366, Rua do Russel, 632, 22212 Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; phone (5521) 556.3030; fax (5521) 205.4114. The deadline for registrations is March 15; the registration fee is $50.
The Project on Environmental Change and Acute Conflict, jointly sponsored by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the Peace and Conflict Studies Program of the University of Toronto, has issued a status report that summarizes two research workshops held in Canada this past June on the subjects of “Water Resources and International Conflict” and “Environmental Change, Population Displacement, and Acute Conflict.” A third conference was held on “Environmental Change and, Economic Decline, and Civil Strife” in Kwala Lampur in November. A final conference will be hosted by the Brookings Institution, May 11-12, 1992. Summaries of the workshop discussions can be obtained from ESS member Thomas Homer-Dixon, University College, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, M5S 1A1.
The Department of International Relations and Public Interna- tional Law at the University of Amsterdam has established a research program on Environment and International Politics. Projects have been undertaken on the following topics: the role of culture in international environmental conflicts, environment and international trade, the impact of World Bank policy on the Environment, the handling of deforestation in international organizations, the control of planet genetic resources, and outer space activities, and the protection of the environment in inter- national law. For further information, contact the program coor- dinator: Dr. H. Overbeek, Oudezijds Achterburgwal 237, 1012 DL Amsterdam, The Netherlands, phone (31) 20-525-2169; fax (31) 20- 525-2086.
News from IMEMO
The Institute of World Economy and International Relations of the USSR Academy of Sciences is involved in several projects to foster international cooperation on environmental problem. The following information is provided by Dr. Elena Nikitina of IMEMO, a member of the Executive Committee of ESS.
Dr. Raphael Vartanov of IMEMO took the lead in organizing EcoDevelopment, a nongovernmental international environmental association that promotes and coordinates multidisciplinary environmental activities of Soviet and foreign scholars in the natural and political sciences aimed at securing environmentally sustainable development. The emphasis of the association is on carrying out environmental research projects; conducting indepen- dent environmental impact assessments, comparative studies of environmental management, consultative services, encouraging environmental management education, and dissemination of results of scientific research. An international conference on the “Ecological Situation in the USSR and the Global Environment” is envisioned. Branches are being created at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts and the Fridtjof Nansen Institute in Oslo. Membership is open to any Soviet and foreign scholars as well as research centers. Dr. Vartanov’s permanent address is Profsoyuznaya St. 23, Moscow, 117418, USSR; tel 128-46-44; fax 128-37-01 or 310-70-27. He is on leave at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution during 1992.
IMEMO and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution are completing a joint project on “Environmental Security and the World Oceans: Analytical Approaches and Shared Solutions, which has been sup- ported by the MacArthur Foundation and Peace Research Institute of the USSR Academy of Sciences. Thirty scholars from a variety of fields have combined their thinking on the subject of environ- mental security as it may involve cooperative US/USSR actions on environmental problems such as depletion of North Pacific fisheries, the environment of the Arctic and Southern Oceans, land-based marine pollution, nuclear contamination of oceans, hazardous materials transport, global warming and sea level rise, and international law and protection of the marine environment. A publication is planned in both English and Russian.
The Section on Environment and Ocean Development of IMEMO recently entered into a joint statement with the Fridtjof Nansen Institute on inter-institutional research cooperation on subjects pertaining to environment and oceans, such as environmental management, polar studies, conservation of marine biological resources, and deep seabed mining. A conference on “Resource and Environmental Management in the North” is being planned.
Finally, IMEMO, the Global Change Program at the University of Michigan, and the Chinese Society for Environmental Science have entered into an agreement that envisages a series of inter- disciplinary seminars on Global Change to outline the potential for future international cooperation on this issue.
Please keep sending me items for the newsletter, such as con- ferences, reports on projects, publications, and other profes- sional activities.
In November I travelled to Finland to teach a two-week course on the subject of The World Politics of Global Change and Sustainable Development for the International School of Social Sciences at Tampere University in Tampere. While in that part of the world, I visited Moscow for a presentation and research con- sultations at the Institute of World Economy and International Relations of the USSR Academy of Sciences.
This past summer I presented a paper entitled “Global Change and Environmental Security: National Policy Options and the Prisoner’s Dilemma” at the World Congress of the International Political Science Association in Buenos Aires. I am willing to supply copies to those who request them.
Adams, Patricia. Odious Debts: Loose Lending, Corruption and the Third World’s Environmental Legacy. London: Earthscan Publica- tions, 1991, 224pp., 7.95.
Alcamo, Joseph, Roderick Shaw and Leen Hordijk, eds. The Rains Model of Acidification: Science and Strategies in Europe. Hing- ham, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1990, 402pp., $117.50/$35.
Barde, Jean-Philippe and David W. Pearce. Valuing the Environ- ment: Six Case Studies. London: Earthscan Publications, 1991, 224pp., $24.95.
Bennett, Graham. Dilemmas: Coping with Environmental Problems. London: Earthscan Publications, 1991, 224pp., $17.50.
Blowers, Andrew, David Lowry, and Barry D. Solomon. The Interna- tional Politics of Nuclear Waste. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1991, 329pp., $65.
Bohmer-Christiansen, Sonja and Jim Skea. Acid Politics: Environ- mental and Energy Policies in Britain and Germany. London: Bel- haven Press, 1991.
Borgese, Elizabeth M., Norton Ginsburg, and Joseph R. Morgan, eds. Ocean Yearbook 9. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1991, 540pp., $64.95.
Cairns, John Jr. and Todd V. Crawford, eds. Integrated Environ- mental Management. Boca Raton, FL: Lewis Publishers, Inc., 1991, 250pp., U.S. $45/outside U.S. $53.
Clarke, Robin. Water: The International Crisis. London: Earthscan Publications, 1991, 224pp., $18.95.
Daly, Herman. Steady-State Economics, 2nd ed. Covelo, CA: Island Press, 1991, 300pp., $34.95/$19.95.
Dejene, Alemneh. Environment, Famine, and Politics in Ethiopia: A View from the Village. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1990, 168pp., $35.95.
Department of Energy Multi-Laboratory Climate Change Committee. Energy and Climate Change. Boca Raton, FL: Lewis Publishers, Inc., 1990, 161pp., U.S. $49.95/outside U.S. $59.95.
Downing, Theodore E., Henry A. Pearson, Susanna B. Hecht, and Carmen Garcia-Downing, eds. Development or Destruction: The Con- version of Forest to Pasture in Latin America. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1991, 416pp., $25.
Dreze, Jean and Amartya Sen, eds. The Political Economy of Hunger, Volume I: Entitlement and Well-Being. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 1991, 512pp., $79/$63.20.
__________________________, eds. The Political Economy of Hunger, Volume II: Famine Prevention. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 1991, 416pp., $69/$55.20.
__________________________, eds. The Political Economy of Hunger, Volume III: Endemic Hunger. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 1991, 416pp., $69/$55.20.
Dreze, Jean and Amartya Sen. Hunger and Public Action. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 1989, xv – 369pp., $45.
Edgerton, Lynne T. The Rising Tide: Global Warming and World Sea Levels. Covelo, CA: Island Press, 1991, 200pp., $29.95/$17.95.
Guimar es, Roberto P. The Ecopolitics of Development in the Third World: Politics and Environment in Brazil. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1991, 300pp., $36.50.
Haigh, Nigel. EEC Environmental Policy and Britain, 2nd ed. Washington, DC: World Wildlife Fund, 1989, 394pp., $40.
Hall, Sam. The Fourth World: The Heritage of the Arctic and Its Destruction. New York, NY: Random House, 1991, 256pp., $8.95.
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Climate Change: The IPCC Response Strategies. Covelo, CA: Island Press, 1991, 272pp., $55/$34.95.
IUCN, UNEP, and WWF. Caring for the Earth: A Strategy for Sustainable Living. London: Earthscan Publications, 1991, 224pp., 9.95.
Kakonen, Jyrki, ed. Perspectives on International Conflict and International Politics. London: Pinter Publishers, 1992.
Kemf, Elizabeth. Month of Pure Light: The Regreening of Vietnam. London: The Women’s Press, 1990, 248pp., 17.95 [approx. $35].
Kimball, Lee A. Southern Exposure: Deciding Antarctica’s Future. Washington, DC: World Resources Institute, 1990, 39pp., $10.
Kiss, Alexandre and Dinah Shelton. International Environmental Law. Ardsley-on-Hudson, NY: Transnational Publishers, Inc., 1991, 450pp., $60.
Kreime, Alcira, and Homan Munasinghe, eds. Managing Natural Dis- asters and the Environment: Selected Materials from the Collo- quium on the Environment and Natural Disaster Management. Washington, DC: World Bank, 1991.
LePrestre, Philippe. The World Bank and the Environmental Chal- lenge. Cranbury, NJ: Susquehanna University Press, 1989, 263pp., $36.50.
Lyman, Francesca, James J. MacKenzie, et al. The Greenhouse Trap: What We’re Doing to the Atmosphere and How We Can Slow Global Warming. Washington, DC: World Resources Institute, 1990, 190pp., $9.95.
MacCracken, Michael C., Alan D. Hecht, Mikhail I. Budyko, and Yuri A. Izrael. Prospects for Future Climate: A Special US/USSR Report on Climate and Climate Change. Boca Raton, FL: Lewis Publishers, Inc., 1990, 288pp., U.S. $65/outside U.S. $78.
MacKenthun, Kenneth M. and Jacob I. Bregman. Environmental Regulations. Boca Raton, FL: Lewis Publishers, Inc., 1991, 344pp., U.S. $59.95/outside U.S. $72.
MacKenzie, James J., et al. Car Trouble. Washington, DC: World Resources Institute, forthcoming March 1992, 250pp., $9.95.
MacNeill, Jim, Pieter Winsemius, and Taizo Yakushiji. Beyond Interdependence: The Meshing of the World’s Economy and the Earth’s Economy. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 1991, 192pp., $7.95/$19.96.
Matare, Herbert F. Energy: Facts and Future. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, Inc., 1988, 240pp., U.S. $149.95/outside U.S. $175.
Mathews, Jessica Tuchman, ed. Greenhouse Warming: Negotiating a Global Regime. Washington, DC: World Resources Institute, 1991, 80pp., $12.50.
Meadows, Donella H. The Global Citizen. Covelo, CA: Island Press, 1991, 300pp., $24.95/$14.95.
McGoodwin, James R. Crisis in the World’s Fisheries. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1991, 235pp., $35.00.
Miller, Kenton and Laura Tangley. Trees of Life: Saving Tropi- cal Forests and Their Biological Wealth. Washington, DC: World Resources Institute, 1991, 218pp., $9.95.
Mitchell, George J. World on Fire: Saving an Endangered Earth. New York: Scribner, 1991.
Nance, John J. What Goes Up: The Global Assault on Our Atmo- sphere. New York, NY: William Morrow & Co., 1991, 324pp., $20.
National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineers, Institute of Medicine. Policy Implications of Greenhouse Warm- ing. Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1991, $14.95.
Nilsson, Sten and David Pitt. Mountain World in Danger: Climate Change in the Forests and Mountains of Europe. London: Earthscan Publications Ltd., 1991, 192pp., 7.95/$16.95
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. Greenhouse Gas Emissions: The Energy Dimension. Washington, DC: OECD Publications and Information Center, 1991, 199pp., $40.
Opschoor and D.W. Pearce. Persistent Pollutants: Economics and Policy. Hingham, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1991, 232pp., $105.
Orr, David W. Ecological Literacy: Education and the Transition to a Postmodern World. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1991, 210pp., $14.95/$29.50.
Parry, Martin L. Climate Change and World Agriculture. London: Earthscan Publications, 1990, 192pp., $19.95.
Pierce, John C., Nicholas P. Lovrich, Taketsugu Tsurutani, and Takematsu Abe. Public Knowledge and Environmental Politics in Japan and the United States. Boulder, CO and London: Westview Press, 1989, 229pp., $27.50.
Porter, Gareth and Janet Welsh Brown. Global Environmental Politics. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1991, 188pp., $10.95.
Repetto, Robert and Malcolm Gillis, eds. Public Policies and the Misuse of Forest Resources. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1988, 432pp., $69.50/$27.95.
Rifkin, Jeremy. Biosphere Politics: A New Consciousness for a New Century. New York, NY: Random House, 1991, 432pp., $20.00.
Rush, James. The Last Tree: Reclaiming the Environment in Tropi- cal Asia. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1991, 107pp., $12.95.
Sand, Peter H. Lessons Learned in Global Environmental Governance. Washington, DC: World Resources Institute, 1990, 60pp., $12.50.
Santos, Miguel A. Managing Planet Earth: Perspectives on Popula- tion, Ecology, and the Law. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc. (Bergin & Garvey), 1990, 184pp., $37.95.
Sarre, Philip, Paul Smith and Eleanor Morris. One World for One Earth: Overcoming Environmental Degradation. London: Earthscan Publications Ltd., 1991, 192pp., 10.95, $22.95.
Scarce, Rik. Eco-Warriers or Eco-Terrorists? Chicago: The Noble Press, 1991, 320pp., $12.95.
Scudder, Thayer. African River Basin Development. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1991, 192pp., $25.
Simon, Julian. Population Matters: People, Resources and the Environment. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books, 1990, $34.95.
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Stone, Roger D. Global Economics and the Environment: Sustainable Rural Development in the Third World. Colchester, VT: Council on Foreign Relations Press, 1991, 64pp., $8.95.
______________. The Voyage of the Sanderling: Exploring the Ecology of the Atlantic Coast from Maine to Rio. New York: Random House, 1991, 320pp., $12.
Sullivan, III Michael J. Measuring Global Values: The Ranking of 162 Countries. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1991, 440pp., $65.
Timoshenko, Alexandre S. International Environmental Law: Evolv- ing Legal Responses to Global Challenges. Ardsley-on-Hudson, NY: Transnational Publishers, Inc., 1992, 400pp., $60.
Trexler, Mark C. Minding the Carbon Store: Weighing U.S. Forestry Strategies to Slow Global Warming. Washington, DC: World Resources Institute, 1991, 75pp., $12.50.
Trzyna, Thaddeus C. and Roberta Childers, eds. World Directory of Environmental Organizations: A Handbook of National and Inter- national Organizations and Programs, Governmental and Non- Governmental, Concerned with Protecting the Earth’s Resources, 4th ed. Sacramento, CA: California Institute of Public Affairs, 1992, 200pp., $35.
Tulchin, Joseph S. and Andrew I. Rudman, eds. Economic Develop- ment and Environmental Protection in Latin America. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1991, 115pp., $9.95.
United Nations Environment Programme. UNEP Environmental Data Report, 3rd ed., Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1991.
Wiegele, Thomas C. Biotechnology and International Relations: The Political Dimensions. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida Press, 1991, 216pp., $22.95.
Wilson, Kathleen and George E.B. Morren Jr. Systems Approaches for Improvement in Agriculture and Resource Management. River- side, NJ: Macmillan Publishing Co., 1990, 350pp.
Winpenny, James T., ed. Development Research: The Environmental Challenge. London: ODI Publications, 1991, 9.95.
Winterbottom, Robert. Taking Stock: The Tropical Forestry Action Plan After Five Years. Washington, DC: World Resources Institute, 1990, 59pp., $12.50.
Winteringham, F.P.W. Energy Use and the Environment. Boca Raton, FL: Lewis Publishers, Inc., U.S. $39.95/Outside U.S. $48.
WRI, UNEP and UN Development Program. World Resources 1992-1993. Washington, DC: World Resources Institute, forthcoming, March 1992, 400pp., $17.95.
RECENT SOVIET PUBLICATIONS
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