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Waste
by Kate O'Neill

At a time when resources are under great pressure, waste is one of the few resources that is growing rather than shrinking. Kate O’Neill inventories the different forms and surprising itineraries of waste, and explains how this challenges our understanding of global governance.

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TITLE
Waste
AUTHOR
Kate O’Neill
PUBLISHER
Polity
PAGES
240
PUBLICATION DATE
September 2019

Kate O’Neill is Professor in the Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management at UC Berkeley. She is the author of Waste Trading Among Rich Nations: Building a New Theory of Environmental Regulation (MIT Press, 2000) The Environment and International Relations (Cambridge University Press 2009, 2nd edition 2017), and Waste (Polity Press 2019).

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