Stephen Paul Mumme

Colorado State University
Political Science

Department of Political Science
Colorado State University
Fott Collins, CO
USA
80523
smumme@colostate.edu

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An expert on comparative environmental politics and policy, as well as issues of security, integration and their relationship to the environment, Mumme has authored numerous articles in academic journals and contributed opinion pieces to the New York Times, Los Angeles Times and other periodicals. His recent research has focused on the impact of N.A.F.T.A. on environmental management in the U.S.-Mexico border region and on institutions for environmental management in Mexico and along the border. A recent piece, "From Equitable Utilization to Sustainable Development: Advancing Equity in Water Management on the U.S.-Mexico Border," appears in Water and Equity, published in 2008 by MIT University Press.

Citation:
"The Evolution of Natural Resource Conservation Along the US-Mexico Border." Review of Policy Research (2015).
Citation:
Stephen P. Mumme, Oscar Ibanez, and Suzanne M. Till. 2012. "Multi-level Governance of Water on the U.S.-Mexico Border." Regions and Cohesion 2 (2):6-9.
Citation:
Mumme, Stephen, and Donna Lybecker. 2011. “The Commission for Environmental Cooperation as a Model for Promoting Sustainable Development in the Americas.” International Journal of Sustainable Society 3 (2): 151-173.
Citation:
Mumme, Stephen, and Debra Little. 2010. “Leadership, Politics, and Administrative Reform at the United States’ Section of the International Boundary and Water Commission, United States and Mexico.” Social Science Journal 47 (2): 1-19.
Citation:
Mumme, Stephen, and Oscar Ibanez. 2009. “U.S.-Mexico Environmental Treaty Impediments to Border Security Infrastructure.” Natural Resources Journal 49 (1).

Substantive Focus:
Environmental Policy PRIMARY
International Relations
Comparative Public Policy SECONDARY

Theoretical Focus:
Policy Process Theory SECONDARY
Agenda-Setting, Adoption, and Implementation PRIMARY

Keywords

ENVIRONMENT POLICY WATER BORDERS UNITED STATES-MEXICO CANADA-UNITED STATES MEXICO