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The right to nature : social movements, environmental justice and neoliberal natures

Author: Elia Apostolopoulou; Jose A Cortes-Vazquez
Publisher: London ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019. ©2019
Series: Routledge studies in environmental policy.
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Genre/Form: Case studies
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Right to nature
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019
(DLC) 2018051162
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Elia Apostolopoulou; Jose A Cortes-Vazquez
ISBN: 9781138385351 1138385352 9781138385375 1138385379
OCLC Number: 1060183379
Description: xxi, 324 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
Contents: Self-determination as resistance : re-asserting control over natural resources in Colombia / Charlotte Christiaens, Lucy Mears, Andy Whitmore and Hannibal Rhoades --
Petro-politics and local natural resource protection : grassroots opposition to the Keystone XL pipeline in Nebraska / James Ordner --
Navigating state-led extractivism in Ecuador and Russia : fluid identities and agendas of socio-environmental movements / Denisse Rodríguez and Julia Loginova --
Beyond winning and losing : the rise of the social movement against mega-mining projects in northern Greece / Citizens' Coordinating Committee of Ierissos Against Gold-Copper Mining --
Land rights and justice in neoliberal Mozambique : the case of Afungi community relocations / Kate Symons --
Possibilities and pitfalls of environmental justice action : learning from Rosia Montana and Yaigojé Apaporis anti-mining struggles / Ioana Florea and Hannibal Rhoades --
Egyptian environmentalism and urban grassroots mobilisation / Noura Wahby --
Landscape and outdoor domestic space towards food sovereignty and environmental regeneration : approaches from Mozambique and Latin America / Céline Veríssimo and Leo Name --
Access to information and the construction of sustainability discourse in the case of the Bus Rapid Transit Transolímpica, in Rio de Janeiro / Camila Nobrega Rabello Alves --
The political ecology of urban space in transition / Sam Beck --
Environmental justice claims and dimensions in anti-megaproject campaigns in Europe : the case of the forum against unnecessary and imposed megaprojects / Alfred Burballa-Noria --
Isolation and abstraction to tackle deforestation : the problem of theory as a practical problem in environmental issues / Mario Hernandez-Trejo --
Natural capital accounting (NCA) : roles in corporate environmental stewardship / Les Levidow --
Offsetting for whom? --
Nature is our right : framing a new nature protection debate in Europe / Sandra Bell and Friedrich Wulf --
Nature's rights and earth jurisprudence : a new ecologically-based paradigm for environmental law / Mumta Ito and Massimiliano Montini --
Nature, rights and political movements / Larry Lohmann --
The commons as organizing infrastructure : indigenous collaborations and post-neoliberal visions in Ecuador / Tristan Partridge --
Illegal camping on "stolen native land" / Amanda K. Winter --
Gerontocracies of affect: how the "politics of austerity" have reshaped elder environmental radicalism / Mary Gearey --
Humans in the landscape : low-impact development as a response to the neoliberal environmental agenda / Julyan Levy --
The right to nature : lessons learned and future directions / Jose A. Cortes-Vazquez and Elia Apostolopoulou.
Series Title: Routledge studies in environmental policy.
Responsibility: edited by Elia Apostolopoulou and Jose A. Cortes-Vazquez.

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