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Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

Articles


Producing elephant commodities for 'conservation hunting' in Namibian communal-area conservancies

Lee John Hewitson and Sian Sullivan

2021-02-14 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

Oaxaca and global forest governance: Indigenous autonomy, local institutions, and forest outcomes in Southern Mexico

Kyle Haines

2021-03-05 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

Conceptualizing alternatives to contemporary renewable energy development: Community Renewable Energy Ecologies (CREE)

Zoi Christina Siamanta

2021-03-06 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

Weedy activism: women, plants, and the genetic pollution of urban Japan

Alyssa D. Paredes

2021-03-11 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

Tabu, MPA and community: nomenclature and the political ecology of marine conservation in Vanuatu

Mark W. Love

2021-03-14 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

System boundaries as epistemological and ethnographic problems: assessing energy technology and socio-environmental impact

Gustav Cederlöf and Alf Hornborg

2021-03-15 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

What's in a name? Challenging the commodification of pollination through the diverse economies of 'Bee Cities'

Jennifer Marshman and Irena Knezevic

2021-03-20 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

Slippery land, ever-shifting boundaries: claiming and accessing alluvial (is)lands in the Ayeyarwady Delta, Myanmar

Benoit Ivars , Charles-Robin Gruel , The Ngone Oo and Jean-Philippe Venot

2021-03-27 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

Why militarized conservation may be counter-productive: illegal wildlife hunting as defiance

Rebecca Witter

2021-04-06 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

How gezhemgen, the oak manna, has been forgotten in Dersim (Tunceli) in the Upper Euphrates basin: extractive capitalism and local knowledge

Gülkızılca Yürür

2021-04-05 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

Expansión extractivista, resistencia comunitaria y 'despojo político' en Bolivia

Isabella Margerita Radhuber , Marxa Chávez León and Diego Andreucci

2021-04-10 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

Could "degrowth" have the same fate as "sustainable development"? A discussion on passive revolution in the Anthropocene age

Nikos Trantas

2021-04-11 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

Contemporary political ecologies of hydropower: insights from Bolivia and Brazil

Ed Atkins and Jessica C. Hope

2021-04-11 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

A community of fear: emotion and the hydro-social cycle in East Porterville, California

Michael Egge and Idowu Ajibade

2021-04-12 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

Creating a hydrosocial territory: water and agriculture in the Liwa Oasis

Stephen R. Fragaszy , Rachael McDonnell and Alvar Closas

2021-06-15 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

The practice of everyday oystering: aquaculture as resistance

Adriane K. Michaelis , Donald Webster and L. Jen Shaffer

2021-06-28 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

Securing the sea: ecosystem-based adaptation and the biopolitics of insuring nature's rents

Jens Christiansen

2021-07-12 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

Oil, power and social differentiation: A political ecology of hydrocarbon extraction in Ghana

Nathan Andrews

2021-07-18 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

The global water crises: a cross-national analysis of metabolic rift theory

Andrew Hargrove

2021-07-17 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

The whale watched and whaled: exploring the orderings of a complex environmental issue through the lens of rubbish theory

Benedict E. Singleton

2021-07-18 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

Ecological neo-Narodnism and the peasant economy: history and contemporary relevance

Marco Paulo Vianna Franco

2021-07-21 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

Incommensurability and corporate social technologies: a critique of corporate compensations in Colombia's coal mining region of La Guajira

Jacqueline Elyse Gilbert , Tamra Gilbertson and Line J. Jakobsen

2021-07-24 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

Quarantining activism: COVID-19, frontline defenders and intensifying extractivism in the Philippines

Wolfram H. Dressler

2021-07-27 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

"We feed the world": the political ecology of the Corn Belt's driving narrative

Andrea Lukacs Rissing

2021-07-28 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

Special Section: The challenges of decolonizing conservation, edited by Dan Brockington, Esteve Corbera and Sara Maestre


Colonizing landscapes/landscaping colonies: from a global history of landscapism to the contemporary landscape approach in nature conservation

Jevgeniy Bluwstein

2021-07-13 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

Special Section: Political ecologies of extinction, edited by Bram Büscher


Between overstocking and extinction: conservation and the intensification of uneven wildlife geographies in Africa

Bram Büscher

2021-07-28 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

Book Reviews


Book review of Rodolphe Christin. 2018. Mundo en venta. Crítica de la sinrazón turística.

Xerardo Pereiro

2021-03-01 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

Review of Partha Dasgupta. 2021. The economics of biodiversity: the Dasgupta review.

Robert Fletcher

2021-03-01 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

Book review of Michael Brüggemann and Simone Rödder (eds.). 2020. Global warming in local discourses: how communities around the world make sense of climate change

Susannah Crockford

2021-03-01 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

Book review of David Meek. 2020. The political ecology of education: Brazil's landless workers' movement and the politics of knowledge

Kris Jensen

2021-06-26 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

Book review of Ashanté M. Reese. 2019. Black food geographies: race, self-reliance, and food access in Washington, D.C.

Jessica Busek

2021-06-26 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021

Book review of Beth A. Dixon. 2018. Food justice and narrative ethics: reading stories for ethical awareness and activism.

Gabrielle Hobbs

2021-06-30 Volume 28 • Issue 1 • 2021