Environment, Politics and Social Change

Ervine, K. (Ed)

This series aims to develop a distinctive dialogue that places politics first in analyses of contemporary ecological challenges, crises, and subsequent responses. It prioritizes the foundational concerns of a broadly defined political ecology approach power, production, access, and justice publishing works that deepen our understanding of the origins of complex socio-ecological problems in order to illuminate the terrain upon which strategies for social change must begin. It thus provides a space of critical engagement for academics, students, policy makers, practitioners, and civil society actors concerned with the project of developing sustainable and just futures.

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