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Daoist Political Ecology as Green Party Ideology

The Case of the Swedish Greens

Devin K. Joshi

Parliaments on 1 Jan. 2018 Country Votes (%) Seats (%) Seats (#) Name of Green Party Australia 10.2 0.7 1 Australian Greens Austria 3.8 0.0 0 Die Grünen – Die Grüne Alternative Belgium 5.3 4.0 6

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Dumpster Diving for a Better World

Explaining Unconventional Protest and Public Support for Actions against Food Waste

Benedikt Jahnke and Ulf Liebe

.12222 . 10.1111/ijcs.12222 Edlmayr , Christa . 2009 . “Living beyond Capitalism: Mülltonnentauchen als konsumkritische Praxis” [Dumpster Diving as Consumption Critical Practice]. Master's thesis, University of Vienna, Austria. Edwards , Ferne

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Public Participation and Trade-Offs in Flood Risk Mitigation: Evidence from Two Case Studies in the Alps

Anna Scolobig, Luigi Pellizzoni, and Chiara Bianchizza

/Bozen, in the region of Trentino Alto Adige/Südtirol in Northern Italy. The province borders Austria (provinces of Tyrol and Salzburg) to the east and north and Switzerland (canton of Grisons) to the west. The municipality (6,306 inhabitants in its ten

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Humans, Plants, and Networks

A Critical Review

Laura Calvet-Mir and Matthieu Salpeteur

such an approach to compare the sources of knowledge related to traditional Tyrolean dishes and to herbal remedies across a sample of Austrian migrants living in Australia, Brazil, and Peru. In their study, they collect information on personal networks

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Plastic Packaging, Food Supply, and Everyday Life

Adopting a Social Practice Perspective in Social-Ecological Research

Lukas Sattlegger, Immanuel Stieß, Luca Raschewski, and Katharina Reindl

of thought in Austria and Germany, sharing a common research focus but applying heterogeneous theoretical and conceptual assumptions (for a comparison, see Kramm et al. 2017 ). In this article, we mainly refer to SRN as they are conceptualized in the

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The OECD Water Governance Principles in Flood Risk Management

Understanding Conflicts and Frictions in Dutch Flood Protection

Nadine Keller, Barbara Tempels, and Thomas Hartmann

versus Resilience to Mountain Hazards in Austria—Paradigms of Vulnerability Revisited .” Nat Hazards Earth Syst Sci 9 ( 2 ): 337 – 352 . doi: 10.5194/nhess-9-337-2009 . Fuchs , Sven , Margreth Keiler , and Andreas Zischg . 2015 . “ A

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Hidden Climato-Economic Roots of Differentially Privileged Cultures

Evert Van de Vliert

.198 −0.812 Argentina 0.106 0.402 0.992 0.419 Armenia 1.138 −0.792 −0.956 −0.913 Australia 0.579 1.315 0.688 1.980 Austria 0.880 1.347 0.627 1.599 Azerbaijan 1.138 −0.765 −0.767 −1.662 Bangladesh −0.798 −1.373 −1.252 −0.939 Belarus 1.654 −0.247 0.257 −1

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Glaciers in the Anthropocene

A Biocultural View

Daniel Gaudio and Mauro Gobbi

place on glaciers of the European Alps during WWI, in one of the highest altitude front lines in human history. This frozen scenario (evoked by the word “white”) was the “grave” for hundreds of Italian, Austrian, and other nationality soldiers who lost

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Disclosing Citizens’ Perceptual Patterns of the Transition to Renewable Energy in Germany

Marco Sonnberger and Michael Ruddat

. Dordrecht : Springer . 10.1007/978-1-4020-9450-7_5 Walter , Götz , and Heinz Gutscher . 2010 . “ Public Acceptance of Wind Energy and Bioenergy Projects in the Framework of Distributive and Procedural Justice Theories: Insights from Germany, Austria

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Orchestrating multilateralism

Cases of EU and East-Asian inter-regional engagement

Thomas Henökl and Michael Reiterer

English abstract: Inter-regional orchestration is one possible strategy to shape global governance agendas, to coordinate international norm setting and contribute to a negotiated international order. The European Union has been engaging in various international, multilateral and inter-regional settings seeking cooperation with state and non-state actors striving for a multipolar and, to some extent post-Westphalian, system, based on democratic global governance structures and the rule of law among nations. Europe's interests, it is frequently argued, are best served by a stable set of relations, allowing for political and economic cooperation, trade and mutual respect. At the same time, the EU may have a system-inherent bias for regional cooperation. This contribution asks which are the innovative policy means to build multilateral governance structures, and what does the EU do to promote these with its partners around the world, and in particular in Asia and in the East-Asian sub-region. By adopting a behavioral approach and analyzing the mechanisms and instruments of EU engagement in Asia, this article contributes an organizational perspective on EU external governance and its multi-level foreign policy architecture to the geopolitical debates on the EU's role in Asian regional development.

Spanish abstract: Una posible estrategia para organizar las agendas de gobernanza global, coordinar el establecimiento de normas internacionales y contribuir a un orden internacional negociado es la orquestación interregional. La Unión Europea (UE) ha participado en varios foros internacionales e interregionales que buscan cooperar con actores estatales y no gubernamentales, aspirando a establecer un sistema multipolar , basado en el Estado de derecho y en estructuras de gobernanza democrática global. En este sentido, se e afirma que, probablemente, la UE tenga un sistema que esté inherentemente condicionado a favor de la cooperación regional. Este artículo se interroga sobre la determinación de las políticas innovadoras que construirán la estructura para una gobernanza multilateral y sobre el papel de la UE para promover políticas de desarrollo regional en Asia y, más particularmente, en Asia Oriental.

French abstract: L'orchestration interrégionale est une des stratégies possibles pour influencer l'agenda de la gouvernance globale, coordonner la création des normes internationales et pour contribuer à un ordre international négocié. L'Union européenne s'est engagée dans des schémas internationaux, multilatéraux et interrégionaux divers, en coopération avec des acteurs étatiques et non-étatiques, aspirant à un système multipolaire et, dans un certain sens, post-Westphalien, basé sur des structures démocratiques de gouvernance mondiale et ancré dans le droit international. Il est fréquemment évoqué que les intérêts européens sont mieux sauvegardés par un ensemble de relations stables, permettant la coopération politique et économique, le commerce et le respect mutuel. De plus, la matrice organisationnelle de l'UE semble être biaisée vers la coopération régionale. On s'interroge ensuite, sur la promotion de l'ensemble de ces pratiques par l'Union européenne avec ses partenaires dans le monde entier, et, plus particulièrement, dans la région de l'Asie de l'Est. Adoptant une approche béhavioriste, cet article examine les mécanismes et les instruments de l'engagement européen en Asie de l'Est et apporte une perspective organisationnelle de la gouvernance externe de l'UE et de son architecture multiniveaux de politique extérieure.