tF Symposium 2020 – Ways of Transformative Research: Goal Orientation and Indicators
Shaping EU Plastic Policies: The Role of Public Health vs. Environmental Arguments
This article by Ecologic Institute's Linda Mederake and Doris Knoblauch uses a structuring qualitative content analysis to investigate the parliamentary debates of two recently adopted plastic policies in the EU – namely the EU Plastics Strategy and the Single-Use Plastics Directive – and assess the relevance of public health and environmental arguments for the EU debate.
3rd Exchange Meeting „Social and Political Dimensions of Plastics in the Environment“
Developing Countries in the Lead – What Drives the Diffusion of Plastic Bag Policies?
In this article, the authors analyze the diffusion patterns of plastic bag bans and plastic bag taxes in the Global South and Global North to contribute to the further refinement of diffusion theory by specifically addressing the under-researched Global South.