- Fellowship type
- Senior Fellow
- Past Fellow
Stacy D. VanDeveer is Professor and Department Chair in Political Science at the University of New Hampshire. His research interests include EU environmental politics, global environmental policymaking and institutions, comparative environmental politics, connections between environmental and security issues, the roles of expertise in policy making and the global politics of consumption and environmental and humanitarian degradation. In addition to authoring and co-authoring over 90 articles, book chapters, working papers and reports, he co-edited or coauthored nine books, including: Saving the Seas (1997); EU Enlargement and the Environment (Routledge 2005); Changing Climates in North American Politics (MIT Press 2009); Transatlantic Environment and Energy Politics (Ashgate 2009); Comparative Environmental Politics (MIT Press 2012);
The Global Environment: Institutions, Law and Policy (CQ Press 2015); Want, Waste or War? (Earthscan/Routledge 2015); and The European Union and Environmental Governance (Routledge, 2015). He co-edits the journal Global Environmental Politics (MIT Press).
- Stacy VanDeveer on President Obama and Green Initiatives
- Stacy VanDeveer Releases New Book
- Transatlantic Academy Fellows Present Report Across Europe
- Stacy VanDeveer Presents the Main Arguments from the TA Collaborative Report in Paris at UNESCO Headquarters.
- The Global Resource Nexus: The Role of Transparency in Resource Markets
- Resource Fellows Brief White House Staff
- Want, Waste or War? A Conversation About the Global Resource Nexus
- Blog entry
- Connecting Climate Change, Public Health and Healthcare Systems
- Oh Canada…
- Rare Earth Politics, Cooperation, and the WTO
- Earth to Brussels: Fix the Carbon Emissions Trading Scheme Now
- Resource Efficiency: A Global Game Changer
- Solving Local and National Problems Now
- King Coal Goes Marlboro Man & Joe Camel
- The Geopolitics of Overconsumption, Where Less is More
- Guess What? Climate and Energy Policy Matter!
- European Union Environmental Policy at 40-something