Volume 23 • Issue 1 • 2016

Articles


Irrigation in the Khorezm oasis, past and present: a political ecology perspective

Elizabeth Baker Brite

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Love-iathan, the meat-whale and hidden people: ordering Faroese pilot whaling

Benedict E. Singleton

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Redefining success: the political ecology of genetically modified and organic cotton as solutions to agrarian crisis

Andrew Flachs

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Green Economy or Living Well? Assessing divergent paradigms for equitable eco-social transition in South Korea and Bolivia

Karen Bell

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Beyond "natural-disasters-are-not-natural": the work of state and nature after the 2010 earthquake in Chile

Kevin A. Gould , M. Magdalena Garcia and Jacob A.C. Remes

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The disappearance of Lake Chad: history of a myth

Géraud Magrin

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The political ecology of 'ethnic' agricultural biodiversity maintenance in Atlantic Nicaragua

Nicholas E. Williams

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Ethno-ecological contexts of the Skhalta Gorge and the Upper Svaneti (Georgia, the Caucasus)

Gigi Tevzadze and Zaal Kikvidze

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Written with seed: the political ecology of memory in Madagascar

Sarah Osterhoudt

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The coercive laws of competition in a neoliberal era: the case of forestry in Costa Rica

Brett Sylvester Matulis

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Malaysia: the persuasive discourse techniques of a transnational mining corporation and its supporters

Kai-Lit Phua and Simon Barraclough

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The ecotourism-extraction nexus and its implications for the long-term sustainability of protected areas: what is being sustained and who decides?

Wendy Hill , Jason Byrne and Fernanda de Vasconcellos Pegas

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Special Section: (Re)considering regional political ecology?, edited by Innisfree McKinnon and Colleen C. Hiner


Does the region still have relevance? (Re)considering "regional" political ecology

Innisfree McKinnon and Colleen C. Hiner

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On 'Reconsidering Regional Political Ecologies' 13 years on

Peter A. Walker

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The relevance of Regional Political Ecology for agriculture and food systems

Ryan E. Galt

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Possible moral ecologies, the function of everyday curation, and the experience of regions

Kirsten Valentine Cadieux

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Environmental Justice and Regional Political Ecology converge in the other California

Jonathan K. London

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Regions of care: a political ecology of reciprocal materialities

Soren C. Larsen

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"Chicken wars", water fights, and other contested ecologies along the rural-urban interface in California's Sierra Nevada foothills

Colleen C. Hiner

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Contested terrain of extractive development in the American West: using a regional political ecology framework to understand scalar governance, biocentric values, and anthropocentric values

Jeffrey Jenkins

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How regions do work, and the work we do: a constructive critique of regions in political ecology

Gregory Simon

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Special section: Ecologically unequal exchange and ecological debt, edited by Alf Hornborg and Joan Martinez-Alier


Ecologically unequal exchange and ecological debt

Alf Hornborg and Joan Martinez-Alier

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The sociology of ecologically unequal exchange, foreign investment dependence and environmental load displacement: summary of the literature and implications for sustainability

Andrew K. Jorgenson

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Cumulative material flows provide indicators to quantify the ecological debt

Andreas Mayer and Willi Haas

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Linking ecological debt and ecologically unequal exchange: stocks, flows, and unequal sink appropriation

Rikard Warlenius

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Measuring environmental injustice: how ecological debt defines a radical change in the international legal system

Jordi Jaria i Manzano , Antonio Cardesa-Salzmann , Antoni Pigrau and Susana Borràs

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South America's biophysical involvement in international trade: the physical trade balances of Argentina, Bolivia, and Brazil in the light of ecologically unequal exchange

Christian Dorninger and Nina Eisenmenger

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Who gets the HANPP (Human Appropriation of Net Primary Production)? Biomass distribution and the bio-economy in the Tana Delta, Kenya

Leah Temper

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The role of voluntary certification in maintaining the ecologically unequal exchange of wood pulp: the Forest Stewardship Council's certification of industrial tree plantations in Brazil

Jutta Kill

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Core tenets of the theory of ecologically unequal exchange

Martin Oulu

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Changing social metabolism and environmental conflicts in India and South America

Joan Martinez-Alier , Federico Demaria , Leah Temper and Mariana Walter

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Book Reviews


Scoones, Ian. 2015. Sustainable rural livelihoods and rural development. UK: Practical Action Publishing and Winnipeg, CA: Fernwood Publishing. Reviewed by Simon Batterbury.

Simon Batterbury

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DeShazo, Jessica L., Chandra Lal Pandey, and Zachary A. Smith. 2016. Why REDD will fail. New York: Routledge. Reviewed by Karen E. Allen.

Karen E. Allen

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Kerr, Thor. 2015. To the beach: community conservation and its role in sustainable development. Crawley, WA: University of Western Australia Publishing. Reviewed by Kira Smith.

Kira Smith

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Moseley, William G., Matthew A. Schnurr and Rachel Bezner Kerr (Eds). 2016. Africa's Green Revolution: critical perspectives on new agricultural technologies and systems. New York: Routledge. Reviewed by Banu Koçer Reisman.

Banu Koçer Reisman

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Adkin, Laurie E. (ed). 2016. First world petro-politics: the political ecology and governance of Alberta. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Reviewed by James B. Johnson.

James B. Johnson

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