Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

Articles


The biopolitics of 'food insecurity': towards a critical political ecology of the body in studies of women's transnational migration

Megan A. Carney

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

Between activism and science: grassroots concepts for sustainability coined by Environmental Justice Organizations

Joan Martinez-Alier , Isabelle Anguelovski , Patrick Bond , Daniela Del Bene , Federico Demaria , Julien-Francois Gerber , Lucie Greyl , Willi Haas , Hali Healy , Victoria Marín-Burgos , Godwin Ojo , Marcelo Porto , Leida Rijnhout , Beatriz Rodríguez-Labajos , Joachim Spangenberg , Leah Temper , Rikard Warlenius and Ivonne Yánez

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

A multiple knowledge approach for adaptation to environmental change: lessons learned from coastal Louisiana's tribal communities

Julie Koppel Maldonado

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

Weathering the 'Long Wounded Year': livelihoods, nutrition, and changing political ecologies in the Mikea Forest Region, Madagascar

Amber R. Huff

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

Political ecology of movement: trekking and territoriality among the Kayapó

Laura Zanotti

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

Hookworm disease and its relationship to capitalism and urban development

Leo Couacaud

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

Caring for Xate, caring for Xateros: NGO monitoring, livelihoods, and plant-human relations in Uaxactún, Guatemala

Micha Rahder

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

They call them 'good-luck polka dots': disciplining bodies, bird biopower, and human-animal relationships at the Aquarium of the Pacific

Teresa Lloro-Bidart

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

From critique to engagement: re-evaluating the participatory model with Maasai in Northern Tanzania

Mara J. Goldman and Saningo Milliary

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

Critical political ecology and the seductions of posthumanism

Fayaz Chagani

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

Following the turkey tails: neoliberal globalization and the political ecology of health

Merrill Singer

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

The "White Gold of Jihad": violence, legitimisation and contestation in anti-poaching strategies

Natasha White

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

When foresters reterritorialize the periphery: post-socialist forest politics in Białowieża, Poland

Eunice Blavascunas

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

A natural life: neo-rurals and the power of everyday practices in protected areas

Jose A. Cortes-Vazquez

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

From desert to breadbasket…to desert again? A metabolic rift in the High Plains Aquifer

Matthew R. Sanderson and R. Scott Frey

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

Mangroves, mudbanks and seawalls: whose environmental knowledge counts when adapting to sea level rise in Suriname?

Ravic P. Nijbroek

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

Special Section: Non-capitalist political ecologies, edited by Brian J. Burke and Boone Shear


Introduction: engaged scholarship for non-capitalist political ecologies

Brian J. Burke and Boone Shear

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

Fair Trade Towns USA: growing the market within a diverse economy

Sarah Lyon

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

Thinking through affect: Inuit knowledge on the tundra and in global environmental politics

Noor Johnson

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

Seeds of Trust. Italy's Gruppi di Acquisto Solidale (Solidarity Purchase Groups)

Cristina Grasseni

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

Making the green economy: politics, desire, and economic possibility

Boone W. Shear

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

The biopolitics of community economies in the era of the Anthropocene

Stephen Healy

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

Special Section: Energy, environment, engagement: encounters with hydraulic fracking, edited by Anna Willow and Sara Wylie


Politics, ecology, and the new anthropology of energy: exploring the emerging frontiers of hydraulic fracking

Anna J. Willow and Sara Wylie

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

The new politics of environmental degradation: un/expected landscapes of disempowerment and vulnerability

Anna J. Willow

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

Home rule and natural gas development in New York: civil fracking rights

Jeanne Simonelli

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

Silences in the boom: coal seam gas, neoliberalizing discourse, and the future of regional Australia

Alexandra Mercer , Kim de Rijke and Wolfram Dressler

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

Framing fracking: private property, common resources, and regimes of governance

Anastasia Hudgins and Amanda Poole

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

WellWatch: reflections on designing digital media for multisited para-ethnography

Sara Wylie and Len Albright

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

Book Reviews


Weis, Tony. 2013. The ecological hoofprint: the global burden of industrial livestock. London / New York: Zed Books. Reviewed by Feliu López-i-Gelats

Feliu López-i-Gelats

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

Gareau, Brian J., 2013. From precaution to profit: contemporary challenges to environmental protection in the Montreal Protocol. New Haven: Yale University Press. Reviewed by Deborah Scott

Deborah Scott

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014

Eizenberg, Efrat. 2013. From the ground up: community gardens in New York City and the politics of spatial transformation. Farnham: Ashgate. Reviewed by Matt W. Murray

Matt W. Murray

2014-11-30 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2014