American Foreign Environmental Policy and the Power of the State

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Index
Abbasi, Dan, 150, 198, 199
acid rain, 1, 60, 226
activists (defined), 36-7
Adler, Emanuel, 41
Adler, Tina, 209
Advisory Committee, (Secretary of
State's), 70, 72-3, 80, 88-9
Agenda 21, 133, 139, 148-52, 160, 179, 180, 186-7, 191, 229
at Geneva prepcom, 135-6
and United States, 142-52, 194-6
Allison, Graham, 25-6, 36
Anderson, Benedict, 6
Anderson, Jack, 37
Anthony, Forrest H., 183
Archer, Clive, 60
Ashley, Richard, 35
Astrom, Sverker, 59
Atwater, Lee, 153
Austria (and siting of UNEP), 107
Babbitt, Bruce, 37, 54, 202-3, 206, 209,
218, 220
Baker, Howard, 72, 89, 93
Baker, James, 141-2, 147, 158
Baldwin, David A., 15
Ball, Terence, 21
Barkin, Samuel, 5
Barratt-Brown, Elizabeth P., 227
Baucus, Max, 209
BCSD, 138
Beardsley, Tim, 210
Beitz, Charles R., 5, 18
Benedick, Richard, 126-7, 131, 156
Bentsen, Lloyd, 207
Binder, Gordon, 153, 157, 174, 190
Binder, Jill E., 102, 106
Binstein, Michael, 37
biodiversity, 2
biodiversity treaty, 133-4, 138, 168- 77
and biotechnology, 135, 148, 154, 168-72, 183, 207
and the South, 170
Blaney, David, 5
Bodansky, Daniel, 134
Bohlen, E. U. Curtis, 182, 187-8, 194, 197, 204, 228, 230
and biodiversity treaty, 171-5
and climate change, 160, 162, 167
and preparations for UNCED 141-51
Booth, Ken, 2, 16
Borione, Delphine, 135
Boskin, Michael, 141
Bramble, Barbara, 126-7
Brazil:
and biodiversity treaty, 189
and UNCED, 132
Brenton,Tony208
Brinkhorst, Laurens Jan, 195
Brower, David, 119
Brown, Janet Welsh, 1, 227
Brown, Neville, 63
Browner, Carol, 202-3, 205
Bull, Hedley, 234
Burford, Anne (née Gorsuch), 124-5, 127, 218
Burtraw, Dallas, 113
Bush, George, 12, 50, 134, 181, 190-3, 197-9, 212, 220, 229
and attendance at UNCED, 154, 161, 163, 167, 183, 186-7, 197-8
and biodiversity treaty, 152-5, 176
and climate change, 152-5, 157, 161, 163-7, 168
and Clinton administration, 201-4, 206-10
and logging, 174, 177-8, 198
and presidency to 1990, 129-31
and Reagan administration, 124, 127
and trip to Panama, 197
and US preparations for UNCED, 140, 142, 143, 146-7, 152
Cahn, Robert, 92, 223
Caldwell, Lynton K., 59, 98, 123-4
Camilleri, Joseph A., 6
Cammack, Paul, 15
Canada:
and biodiversity treaty 194
and forests convention, 180
and UNCHE, 103, 105

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