If stronger global governmental institutions of the sort favored by Robert Paehlke come into being, resistance is necessary to influence them in the direction of social justice and environmental sustainability. If the international system remains more decentralized, transnational resistance networks are necessary to influence the content and relative weight of the discourses that order the system. Either way, resistance is central to effective global green politics.
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