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  • Himalayan water resources : ecological and political aspects of management
  • Asia ; Ecology ; Flood ; Fluvial hydrology ; Himalaya ; Hydraulic works ; Mountain ; Water ; Water management ; Water resources
  • Lost and found crops : agrobiodiversity, indigenous knowledge, and a feminist political ecology of sorghum and finger millet in Northern Malawi
  • Agriculture ; Applied ecology ; Biodiversity ; Feminism ; Gender ; Knowledge ; Malawi ; Political ecology ; Resilience ; Sorghum
  • This article examines agrobiodiversity, indigenous knowledge, and a feminist political ecology of sorghum and finger millet in Northern Malawi. First, it suggests that sorghum almost disappeared due to a combination of maize promotion, male
  • Carbon claims and energy landscapes : exploring the political ecology of biomass
  • Bioenergy ; Biomass energy ; Ecology ; Energy ; England ; Landscape ; Political ecology ; Uncertainty ; United Kingdom ; Yorkshire
  • This paper explores the ways in which biomass is framed within the carbon debate, interrogating the trade-offs and conflicts surrounding the production of dedicated and subsidized energy crops. Drawing upon a political ecology framework, the AA
  • Power, knowledge and political ecology in the third world : a review
  • Capitalist states ; Conflict ; Developing countries ; Economic policy ; Environment ; Global change ; Human ecology ; Land use ; Man-environment relations ; Perception ; Power ; Resource management
  • Political ecology examines the political dynamics surrounding material and discursive struggles over the environment in the third world. The role of unequal power relations in constituting a politicized environment is a central theme. Particular
  • attention is given to the ways in which conflict over access to environmental resources is linked to systems of political and economic control first elaborated during the colonial era. Studies emphasize the increased marginality and vulnerability of the poor
  • Urban political ecology, justice and the politics of scale. Special issue
  • Capitalism ; Political ecology ; Scale ; Societal relations ; Urban administration ; Urban ecology ; Urban environment ; Urban geography ; Urban society
  • China ; Climatic change ; Ecological modernization ; Ecology ; Economic development ; Economic growth ; Economic policy ; Environmental crisis ; Modernization ; Political ecology
  • An American geographer and specialist on Asia’s environments reviews three theoretical frameworks (Classical, Ecological Modernization, and Critical Political Ecology) that offer different prognoses and solutions to the problem of environmental
  • degradation in China. He argues that the former two approaches limit understanding of (and available solutions to) China’s environmental problems, often framed in environmental crisis narratives. He demonstrates how the third framework (Critical Political
  • Ecology) offers an alternative analysis of the fundamental environmental issues accompanying China’s rise, yielding quite different insights informing policy and practice.
  • Political ecologies of health
  • AIDS ; Disease ; Health ; Medical geography ; Political ecology ; South Africa
  • Gramsci in green : neoliberal hegemony through urban forestry and the potential for a political ecology of praxis
  • Civil society ; Forestry ; Hegemony ; Ideology ; Neo liberalism ; Pedagogy ; Political ecology ; United States of America ; Wisconsin
  • Cardiff ; Gentrification ; Redevelopment ; United Kingdom ; Urban development ; Urban district ; Urban ecology ; Urban policy ; Urban renewal ; Wales
  • for a transformation of urban ecological politics. The choosen case study is the redevelopment of Cardiff Bay. The analysis considers why radical ecological politics failed to develop and whether the contradictions inherent in the regeneration strategy might yet
  • The paper is built upon notion of an environmental imaginary to conceptualise the distinctive ways in which the politics of nature are inserted into regeneration strategies. It seeks to examine how regional discursive formations frame the scope
  • The political ecology of local party organization : the case of Canada
  • Association ; Canada ; Electoral district ; Organization ; Political geography ; Political party
  • Peri-urban land reform, political-economic reform, and urban political ecology in Zanzibar
  • Bog ; Ecology ; Flood control ; Land rent ; Land speculation ; Legislation ; Louisiana ; New Orleans ; Political ecology ; Real estate development ; United States of America ; Urban policy
  • theoretically the relative inattention of urban political ecology theory to rent as a way to theorize how capital flows through land, and argues for increased attention to the problem of land rent and the multiple scales of political engagement that manage
  • This paper presents results from a study of environmental harm created in the collision of real estate speculation and the political process that governed extension of the urban frontier of New Orleans into its eastern wetlands. The paper engages
  • ecological crisis immanent in the metabolism of nature and society under capitalism.
  • Political ecology and the geography of science : Lesosady, Lysenkoism, and Soviet Science in Kyrgyzstan's walnut–fruit forest
  • Agronomy ; Asian part of Russia ; Ecology ; Historical geography ; Kyrgyzstan ; Political ecology ; Twentieth Century
  • geographies that immerse them in and transform the world. By telling them, political ecologists can better illuminate where and how the doing of science has shaped encounters between people and their environments.
  • Agricultural structure and rural ecology: toward a political economy of rural development
  • Consuming narratives : the political ecology of alternative consumption
  • Underground political ecologies
  • Andes ; Conflict ; El Salvador ; Environment ; Extractive industry ; Latin America ; Political ecology ; Post-neoliberalism ; Social movement
  • The paper explores several ways in which the extraction of mineral and hydrocarbon resources is constitutive of wider capitalist political, economic and institutional arrangements. Drawing on material from el Salvador and the Andean countries
  • , the paper explores the contemporary governance of extractive industries, and points to significant convergence among the approaches taken by neoliberal and post-neoliberal regimes. The paper highlights the ways in which activist political ecologists play
  • Event ecology, causal historical analysis, and human-environment research
  • Ecology ; Epistemology ; Human ecology ; Inter-disciplinary approach ; Man-environment relations ; Political ecology ; Social sciences
  • Queer ecology : nature, sexuality, and heterotopic alliances
  • Cemetery ; Difference ; Green space ; London ; Political ecology ; Post-humanism ; Public space ; Urban area ; Urban ecology
  • This interdisciplinary terrain is explored by using the example of an urban cemetery in North London as a starting point. Queer ecology may enrich our understanding of both urban materiality and the role of metaphors in urban theory. This idea
  • Glacier-skiing areas in Austria : a socio-political perspective
  • Local and national viewpoints on the ecological, economic and social effects of mass skiing on glaciers. - (DWG)
  • Recent themes in political geography. A review
  • , and the landscape theme. Six types of explanations were found in political geography: the cognitive description, the morphometric analysis, systems analysis, temporal explanation, functional-ecological and cause and effect explanations.
  • The political geography of the 1970s shows a more interdisciplinary nature either by the adoption of new research areas from other social sciences or by the adoption of new methods from the social sciences. It is possible to identify three major
  • theoretical foci in political geography: systems approach, territoriality and spatial behavior. It is also possible to identify four themes or directive principles: the areal-differentiation theme, the spatial theme, the man-environment theme