Diverse Ecologies

Six long years in the making, my “diverse ecologies” framework is finally published, fully open access in EPE: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/2514848619865880

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Blog 2.0

Well, I’ve actually started blogging for real now – just not on my own site!  To make up for that, here are links to some recent posts elsewhere. I’ll follow with a real post on this site soon!

Decoupling: A Dangerous Fantasy

http://www.envirosociety.org/2016/04/why-wont-overpopulation-finally-go-away

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/2WjxnLkpwDY9dkLLYPf7X6q/costa-rica-a-21st-century-environmental-leader

https://aeon.co/opinions/why-e-o-wilson-is-wrong-about-how-to-save-the-earth

 

 

Latest articles

Hi, I’ve recently added several new articles to my list. Enjoy!

Nature is a Nice Place to Save but I Wouldn’t Want to Live There: Environmental Education and the Ecotourist Gaze.” Environmental Education Research, special issue on “Environmental Education in the Neoliberal Climate.” DOI: 10.1080/13504622.2014.993930.

Orchestrating Consent: Post-politics and Intensification of NatureTM Inc. at the 2012 World Conservation Congress.” Conservation and Society 12(3): 329-342.

Barbarian Hordes: The Overpopulation Scapegoat in International Development Discourse.” (First author with Jan Breitling and Valerie Puleo) Third World Quarterly 35(7): 79-99, special section on “Psychoanalysis and Development.”

New Articles

Three new articles/chapters available now:

Bodies Do Matter: The Peculiar Persistence of Neoliberalism in Environmental Governance.” Human Geography 6(1):29-45.

Contradictions in Tourism: The Promise and Pitfalls of Ecotourism as a Manifold Capitalist Fix.” (First author with Katja Neves) Environment and Society: Advances in Research 3(1):60-77.

Making ‘Peace with Nature’: Costa Rica’s Campaign for Climate Neutrality.” In From Laggards to Leaders: Climate Change Governance in the Developing World, C. Roger, D. Held, and E. Nag, eds. London: Polity Press.