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Daoist Political Ecology as Green Party Ideology

The Case of the Swedish Greens

Devin K. Joshi

ago as a critical and more egalitarian alternative to the conservative and hierarchical visions of Confucianism and Legalism (e.g., Clarke 2000 ). Although the term “Daoist political ecology” (cf. Miller 2017 ; Nelson 2020 ) is unique to the new

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The Governance of the Nature-Culture Nexus: Lessons Learned from the San Pedro de Atacama Case Study

Constanza Parra and Frank Moulaert

Production .” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 33 ( 2 ): 601 – 620 . 10.1111/j.1468-2427.2009.00859.x Swyngedouw , Erik . 2011 . “ Interrogating Post-Democratization: Reclaiming Egalitarian Political Spaces .” Political Geography

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Humans “in the Loop”?

Human-Centrism, Posthumanism, and AI

Nandita Biswas Mellamphy

sympathy do not suffice to generate the solidarity that an egalitarian political ethics requires. ( Willett 2014: 38 ) As many have already argued, the notion of “nature” is itself a complex field of multiple meanings, hierarchies, and exclusions where

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Extractive Conservation

Peasant Agroecological Systems as New Frontiers of Exploitation?

Anne Cristina de la Vega-Leinert and Peter Clausing

growth ( Patel 2013 ). In this respect Thomas Jayne and colleagues (2014 ) emphasize that “ultimately a farm structure that is egalitarian enough to support broad-based income growth from agriculture is decisive.” Forging broad political alliances and

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Contested Greenspace Solidarities?

Asymmetric Valuation Compromises and Civic-Material Tensions in Copenhagen Allotment Gardens

Nicola C. Thomas and Anders Blok

of who deserves to have access to allotment gardens as a civic good. Recent research on class distinctions in Norway provides interesting insights in this direction. Hence, Jarness (2017) describes how in relatively egalitarian Scandinavian

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What Determines Individual Demand for Ecosystem Services?

Insights from a Social Science Study of Three German Regions

Sophie Peter

). The grid-group typology distinguishes between how hierarchical and communitarian individuals prefer a society to be, resulting in the classification into individualist, egalitarian, hierarchist, or fatalist worldviews, while the related myths of nature

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Towards Dalit Ecologies

Indulata Prasad

: 114–115 ) pointed out, the solutions coming from Dalitwadaas (Dalit neighborhoods) are egalitarian in scope and thus positioned to benefit the entire Indian society (see also Omvedt 2008 ; Waghmore 2013 ). The inclusion of Dalit ecologies under

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Book Reviews

Adwaita Banerjee, Emma Banks, Julie Brugger, Maya Daurio, Florence Durney, Wendi A. Haugh, Lisa Hiwasaki, David M. Hoffman, Raka Sen, David Stentiford, and Weronika Tomczyk

about by carbon rent. Carbon dividends can be called a universal property—a “common property owned in equal measure by all members of society” which is “individual, perfectly egalitarian, and inalienable” (77)—only when carbon rent is distributed equally

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Regional and sub-regional effects on development policies

The Benelux and the Nordic countries compared

Lauri Siitonen

international solidarity and bridge-builder versus the North–South divide; and third, as egalitarian societies versus capitalist neo-liberalism and state socialism. Ingebritsen (2002, p. 13) has shown that the Nordic countries have acted as “norm entrepreneurs

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Black Placemaking under Environmental Stressors

Dryland Farming in the Arid Black Pacific, 1890–1930

Maya L. Shamsid-Deen and Jayson M. Porter

; Nelson 2015 ). Records illustrate the communal sharing of the produce of these gardens, namely watermelon ( Proffit 1910 ). It was not all egalitarian. A crux of human society is the sharing of resources ( Kameda et al. 2005 ), and the town of Blackdom