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Awful Cabo Delgado’s Attacks: exposing Mozambique’s Gas Development Project

Resources to understand the current situation: Awful attacks in Palma, Cabo Delgado province (Mozambique) that began the 24th of March, exposed failure for Total‚Äôs onshore development of liquefied natural gas (LNG).¬† Read …

U.S. Lawyer Steven Donziger Speaks from House Arrest in NYC After Suing Chevron for Amazon Oil Spills

Full original interview available at Democracy Now! Interview by Amy Goodman. 10 years ago, Ecuador‚Äôs Supreme Court ordered Chevron to pay $18 billion on behalf of 30,000 Amazonian Indigenous people. The oil …

Mapping ecological distribution conflicts: The EJAtlas

By Joan Martinez-Alier Abstract This article describes the origins of the terms ‚Äúenvironmental justice‚ÄĚ and ‚Äúenvironmentalism of the poor and the indigenous‚ÄĚ since the 1980s. In 2012 the collection of ‚Äúecological distribution …

Losing Ground: A series of interviews on conservation conflicts in India

In this series of 3 interviews with The Bastion, our researcher Eleonora Fanari with the Kalpavrisk¬†team – India, discuss their findings in our most recent thematic map. The interviews touch …

Gendered geographies of violence: a multiple case study analysis of murdered women environmental defenders

By Dalena Le Tran, Joan Martinez-Alier, Grettel Navas, Sara MingorriaAbstractThis study illustrates how, despite the diversity of women environmental defenders and their movements around the world, there are near-universal patterns …

Seven main collective articles from the EJAtlas & EnvJustice project

1) Mapping the frontiers and front lines of global environmental justice: the EJAtlas, by L Temper, D Del Bene, J Martinez-Alier. 2015. Journal of Political Ecology 22 (1), 255-278.¬†https://doi.org/10.2458/v22i1.211082) Is …

Movements shaping climate futures: A systematic mapping of protests against fossil fuel and low-carbon energy projects

By¬†Leah Temper, Sofia Avila, Daniela Del Bene, Jennifer Gobby, Nicolas Kosoy, Philippe Le Billon, Joan Martinez-Alier, Patricia Perkins, Brototi Roy, Arnim Scheidel¬†and¬†Mariana WalterAbstractIn this article we undertake a systematic mapping …

Iron ore peripheries in the extractive boom: A comparison between mining conflicts in India and Brazil

By Beatriz Macchione Saes¬†and Arpita BishtAbstractThe emerging economies of India and Brazil¬†experienced a strong increase in iron ore¬†extraction during the late commodities boom. Despite similar extraction trends, these economies followed …

Talk renewables, walk coal: The paradox of India’s energy transition

By Brototi Roy and Anke Schaffartzik (Universitat Aut√≤noma de Barcelona)AbstractCoal is on the rise in India: despite the devasting impacts of the climate crisis, the awareness for land and forest …

NEW Thematic Map РLosing ground: How are India’s conservation efforts putting the local communities in peril?

By¬†Eleonora Fanari.¬†Biodiversity around the world is decreasing at an alarming rate. We are currently facing a ‚Äėsixth mass extinction‚Äô and governments and international bodies are planning to take action. The …


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