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More dams, more violence? A global analysis on resistances and repression around conflictive dams through co-produced knowledge

By Daniela¬†Del Bene, Arnim¬†Scheider, Leah¬†Temper¬† Abstract¬† The present article analyses a unique database of 220 dam-related environmental conflicts, retrieved from the Global Atlas on Environmental Justice (EJAtlas), and based on …

Violence in environmental conflicts: the need for a multidimensional approach

By Grettel¬†Navas, Sara¬†Mingorria, Bernardo¬†Aguilar-Gonz√°lez.¬† AbstractAlthough studies on environmental conflicts have engaged with the subject of violence, a multidimensional approach has been lacking. Using data from 95 environmental conflicts in Central …

Environmental justice and the expanding geography of wind power conflicts

By Sofia Avila.¬†Abstract¬† Wind power is expanding globally. Simultaneously, a growing number of conflicts against large-scale wind farms are emerging in multiple locations around the world. As these processes occur, …

Sri Lanka: a political ecology of socio-environmental conflicts and development projects

By Paola Bianca¬†Camisani. Abstract¬† By analyzing 26 cases in the EJ Atlas for Sri Lanka, their causes, the impacts, the social actors involved, the forms of mobilization, and the main …

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

By Leah Temper¬†AbstractThe Tana Delta, on the east coast of Kenya near Somalia, comprises riverine mangrove forests, wetlands and rangelands and is home to a range of indigenous pastoralist, farmer …

Political ecology of water conflicts

By Beatriz Rodr√≠guez-Labajos, Joan Mart√≠nez-Alier¬†AbstractThis article reviews methodologies, types, and political implications of water conflicts from a political ecology perspective. The political ecology of water studies the conflicts on water …

From boomerangs to minefields and catapults: dynamics of trans-local resistance to land-grabs

By Leah¬†TemperAbstractThis paper explores the political processes that activists engaged in contesting land grabbing have triggered to connect claims across borders and to international institutions, regimes and processes. Through a …

Inside and beyond the Petro-State frontiers: geography of environmental conflicts in Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution

By Emiliano¬†Teran-Mantovani.Venezuela is well known for its century-old oil economy, which has significantly shaped its social fabrics, territories, and eco-systems. Since 1999, the Bolivarian Revolution has led to important transformations …

Ecological distribution conflicts as forces for sustainability: an overview and conceptual framework

By Arnim¬†Scheidel, Leah¬†Temper, Federico¬†Demaria, Joan¬†Mart√≠nez-AlierAbstractCan ecological distribution conflicts turn into forces for sustainability? This overview paper addresses in a systematic conceptual manner the question of why, through whom, how, and …

‚ÄėWe have a right to breathe clean air‚Äô: the emerging environmental justice movement against waste incineration in cement kilns in Spain

By Amaranta¬†Herrero and Mariel¬†VilellaAbstractWaste is increasingly being used as an alternative to conventional fossil fuels in cement kilns worldwide. This has led to the emergence of socio-environmental conflicts in many …

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