Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023

DOI: https://doi.org/10.2458/jpe.issue.495

Articles


Critical realism in political ecology: An argument against flat ontology

Ståle Knudsen

2023-01-28 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 1–22

Political ecology and ontology: Is literal critical realism the answer? A response to Knudsen

Tim Forsyth

2023-04-02 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 191–197

Political ecology explanations for ineffective environmental governance for sustainability in the Amazon: A comparative analysis of cases from Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, and Peru

Pilar Morales-Giner, Martina Laura Speranza, Marliz Arteaga, Andrea Baudoin Farah, Sinomar Ferreira da Fonseca Junior, Angélica García Villacorta, Pamela Montero Álvarez, Martha Rosero Peña and Stephen G Perz

2023-02-06 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 24–61

Ghosts in the shell: The promises of water users' associations and the double life of Elinor Ostrom's design principles in rural China

Andrea Enrico Pia

2023-02-12 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 62–82

The politics of animal extinction and conservation: Interests, framing, and policy

Maria Armoudian and Walter Poulsen

2023-02-13 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 83–104

Not victims, but fighters: A global overview on women's leadership in anti-mining struggles

Francisco Venes, Stefania Barca and Grettel Navas

2023-02-20 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 105–143

A political ecology analysis of tourism development and water equity in Barbados

Darren Jarel Carter

2023-02-25 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 144–165

A dam, a park, and offsets: Analyzing socio-ecological conflict in Santander, Colombia, through political ecology and Galtung's conflict triangle

Jane Kathryn Feeney

2023-03-06 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 166–190

‘We want to have a positive impact’: Fragile ecologies and the Iraqi Kurds’ dutiful environmentalism

Dobrosława Wiktor-Mach, Marcin Skupiński and Kaziwa Salih

2023-04-08 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 198–218

Transboundary cultural resources: Sacred wildlife, Indigenous emotions, and conservation decision-making

Blake Corvin, Morey Burnham, Georgia Hart-Fredeluces, Margaret du Bray and Darci Graves

2023-04-08 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 219–239

Connected and disrupted hydrosocial territories: the making of modern socionatures through inter-basin water transfers

Nick Bourguignon

2023-04-22 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 240–273

Frontier formation in an Indonesian resource site

Mukrimin Mukrimin and Greg Acciaioli

2023-05-08 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 274–295

Anticipating lithium extraction in northern Portugal: A Sacrifice Zone in the making?

Leonie Alena Saleth and Ingrid Varov

2023-05-12 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 294–315

Living with others: On multispecies resurgence in the altered forest landscapes of the Anthropocene

Mads Ejsing

2023-07-10 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 316–334

Valuation struggles in the Ecuadorian Amazon: Beyond indigenous people's responses to oil extraction

Julie Dayot

2023-08-22 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 335–358

More-than-human heritage: The political ecologies of the Paul Robeson tomato

Mark Alan Rhodes and Christian Brooks Keeve

2023-09-14 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 424–447

Ethnic minority livelihoods contesting state visions of 'ideal farmers' in Vietnam's northern borderlands

Patrick Slack and Sarah Turner

2023-09-18 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 448–470

Thinking with Bem Viver across rural and urban Amazonia: Indigenous and Black spaces of resistance

Benjamin Kantner and Rodrigo Peixoto

2023-09-17 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 471–496

The green economy as plantation ecology: When dehumanization and ecological simplification go 'green'

Vijay Kolinjivadi, Jean-François Bissonnette, Daniel Leguizamon Alejo, Laura Valencia and Gert Van Hecken

2023-09-24 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 497–523

Producing nature: Brand marketing of nature parks in Spain

Miquel Angel Ruiz and Beatriz Santamarina

2023-10-21 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 609–626

Legibilidad selectiva y categorías poblacionales en el Sistema de Parques Nacionales Naturales de Colombia

Guillermo Andres Ospina, Juan Pablo Vera-lugo and Carlos Luis Del Cairo-Silva

2023-10-25 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 627–651

Co-opted energy transitions: Coal, wind, and the corporate politics of decarbonization in Colombia

Emma Banks and Steven D. Schwartz

2023-10-29 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 652–676

Relational environmental governance: A critical framework for praxis with the material world

Miles Kenney-Lazar, Adrienne Johnson, Farhana Sultana, Matthew Himley, Anthony J. Bebbington, Elizabeth Havice, Jennifer Rice and Tracey Osborne

2023-11-12 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 677–698

Environmental racism and environmental injustice: Decolonial inflections and new agendas in Latin America and Brazil

Marina Rougeon, Clarice Mota and Leny Trad

2023-11-22 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 699–715

Urban Political Ecology in Mexico: Metabolism, conflicts, and the need for transformational pathways in the Valley of Mexico, Guadalajara, and Monterrey

Gian Carlo Delgado Ramos, Ana Karen Jiménez Caballero, Diego Sebastián Vidal Origel and Laura Elena Castro Sánchez

2023-12-11 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 716–742

Special Section: Experimental and speculative political ecologies edited by Dylan M. Harris and Dan Santos


A case for experimental and speculative political ecologies

Dylan M. Harris and Dan Santos

2023-04-02 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 524–541

Climate targets as more than rhetoric: Accounting for Norway's Zero Growth Objective

Håvard Haarstad, Siddharth Sareen and Tarje Iversen Wanvik

2023-05-13 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 542–557

Examining the role of minor experiments in French and Catalan eco-communities: Between critique and post-capitalist world-building

Elisa Schramm

2023-09-04 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 558–580

Speculative Political Ecologies: (re)imagining urban futures of climate extremes

Maria Rusca, Maurizio Mazzoleni, Alejandro Barcena, Elisa Savelli and Gabriele Messori

2023-10-01 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 581–608

Special Section: Political ecology of professional practice: plurality and possibilities in environmental governance, edited by Sam Staddon, Floriane Clement and Bimbika Sijapati Basnett


Realigning practices of care and environmental governance: findings and reflections from a transdisciplinary research project in Wales (UK)

Gloria Giambartolomei, Alex Franklin and Jana Fried

2023-03-22 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023

Agency and constraint in environmental policy coherence

Kirsty Blackstock, Kerry Waylen, Alba Juarez Bourke and Keith Marshall

2023-04-02 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023

'I was like a one-man band': the theory and practice of national development experts' work at the messy-middle

Jack Covey

2023-08-10 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023

“Nothing for Free”: Intermediary actors and cross-scalar knowledge translation for climate adaptation in the Mekong Delta

Jacob Weger

2023-09-30 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023

Selling out for sustainability? Neoliberal governance, agency and professional careers in the sustainable palm oil sector

Izabela Delabre and Pauline von Hellermann

2023-10-23 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023

The everyday work of farm advisors as interface bureaucrats in greening French agricultural policies

Floriane Clement, Pierre Labarthe and Gaël Plumecocq

2024-01-01 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023

Special Section: The political ecology of green extractivism edited by Alexander Dunlap and Judith Verweijen


Energy justice in the context of green extractivism: Perpetuating ontological and epistemological violence in the Yucatan Peninsula

Carlos Tornel

2023-05-16 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023

"Hunting Africa": how international trophy hunting may constitute neocolonial green extractivism

Sian Sullivan

2023-06-01 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023

Aesthetics of green dispossession: From coal to wind extraction in La Guajira, Colombia

Astrid Ulloa

2023-07-16 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023

How jaguars are actually stolen: Big cat conservation and the green extractivism nexus in the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

Alejandro Ruelas Espinosa and Alexander Dunlap

2023-09-19 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023

A green extractivist railway? Exploring the political ecology of Europe’s largest infrastructure project

Andrea Brock

2023-10-03 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023

When 'green' becomes 'saffron': Wind extraction, border surveillance, and citizenship regime at the edge of the Indian state

David Singh

2023-10-21 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023

Biodiversity conservation under green extractivism and armed neoliberalism in Colombia

Jane Kathryn Feeney

2024-02-19 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023

Grassroots Special Section: Knowledge co-creation and water conservation in the Global South, edited by Emilie Dupuits, Cecilia Puertas & Jörg Balsiger


Knowledges co-creation and water conservation in the Global Souths: An introduction

Emilie Dupuits, Cecilia Puertas and Jörg Balsiger

2023-09-14 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 359–370

The political ecology of shrimp aquaculture in Tamil Nadu: A case study from Mayiladuthurai District

Nagarajan R. Durai and Babuji K. R

2023-04-09 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 371–379

Interacción de sistemas normativos globales y locales en la gobernanza del agua: Análisis desde la experiencia ecuatoriana

Stephania Yate Cortes

2023-03-12 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 381–390

¿Seguridad hídrica urbano-rural en los fondos de agua? Un análisis desde las relaciones de poder, la participación y la co-creación de conocimientos

Bibiana Duarte-Abadía, Lucia Galarza Suárez and Juan Pablo Hidalgo-Bastidas

2023-05-27 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 391–400

Historicizing more-than-human knowledge practices around water in the Lake Poopó basin, Bolivia

Hanne Cottyn

2023-07-09 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 401–412

Freshwater supply as sociotechnical tinkering: the co-creation of water knowledge and assemblages in New Caledonia

Olga Peytavi, Séverine Bouard, Pierre-Yves Le Meur and Caroline Lejars

2023-09-14 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023 • 413–423

Book Reviews


Book Review of Isabelle Fremeaux & Jay Jordan. 2022. We are ‘Nature’ defending itself: Entangling art, activism and Autonomous Zones.

Alexander Dunlap

2023-02-06 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023

Book Review of S.B. Pritchard and C.A. Zimring. 2020. Technology and the environment in history

Mikael Wolfe

2023-04-10 Volume 30 • Issue 1 • 2023