The green state in africa offers a radical reading of global environmental politics hinged upon the centrality of the african state to green politics and governance this well crafted book brilliantly presents an innovative state centric theorization of environmental politics in africa exploring its transformative potential and . The green state in africa is a finely wrought study of the social political eco nomic and environmental effects of the green state discourse and practice on the constitution of african states and societies. 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. The green state in africa new haven ct yale university press new haven ct yale university press the green state in africa is a finely wrought study of the social political economic and environmental effects of the green state discourse and practice on the constitution of african states and societies. The green economy has often been more associated with advanced industrial economies than with economies in the global south but increasing research is being done on how the green economy is produced and resisted in africa asia and latin america
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