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Reply to Orihuela et al’s “Extractivism of the poor”

By J. Martinez-Alier, R. Neyra & M.A. Pérez Rincón Available now at The Extractive Industries and Society Journal https://doi.org/10.1016/j.exis.2022.101065 Abstract According to the EJAtlas, of 97 environmental conflicts in Peru, 20 are deemed as …

New: “Realities beyond reporting: women environmental defenders in South Africa”

Author: Dalena Tran Read now the new research article of Dalena Tran about women environmental defenders in South Africa. Now available on the Journal of Feminist Media Studies. https://doi.org/10.1080/14680777.2022.2045335 ABSTRACT Women environmental defenders …

‘If there’s no evidence, there’s no victim’: undone science and political organisation in marginalising women as victims of DBCP in Nicaragua

By Grettel Navas ABSTRACT Victims of pesticides are often disregarded when demanding reparations and political action because of the ‘undone science.’ Studies have examined how people organise to rectify the ‘undone science’, …

Honouring martyred Filipina environmental defenders on International Women’s Day

Map Credits: Arielle Landau This International Women’s Day, we want to highlight the work of brave women defending their communities despite facing violence, and especially honour martyred Filipina environmental defenders. Out of …

A century of Italian dams: did they serve environmental justice?

New research unpacks the sustainability disclosures of the Italian construction company WeBuild (formerly Salini Impregilo) Picture | The Gibe III dam, Ethiopia. Credits:  © Fausto Podavini, ‘Omo Change’ project ‘We build value’. …

NEW: “The role of working-class communities and the slow violence of toxic pollution in environmental health conflicts: A global perspective”

By Grettel Navas, Giacomo D’Alisa and Joan Martínez-Alier Available here or at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2022.102474 Abstract Analysing a sample of 3,033 environmental conflicts around the globe, we compared conflicts reporting no human health impacts to …


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