John McCormick "is an Associate Professor of Political Science at the Indianapolis University campus of Indiana University and a former Visiting Professor at the Center for European Studies at Exeter University in Britain. His teaching and research interests focus on environmental policy and the politics of the European Union. His recent publications include Comparative Politics in Transition, The European Union: Politics and Policies and Understanding the European Union." 
"A citizen of Britain, he was raised in Kenya and has lived in or traveled to countries on four continents. He has degrees from Rhodes University in South Africa and University College London, and a Ph.D from Indiana University. He spent eight years working in the public sector for two London-based environmental interest groups - the World Wildlife Fund, and the International Institute for Environment and Development - and was also a consultant for a number of international organizations, including the UN Food and Agriculture Organization and the UN Environment Programme." 
- John McCormick, Reclaiming Paradise: The Global Environmental Movement (1991, Indiana University Press).
- John McCormick, British politics and the environment (EarthScan, 1991).
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