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Eric J. Cunningham

way for construction of Makio Dam. In the hamlet of Futagomochi, power shovels and dump trucks, brought by boat from the US and then by train to Otaki, began the work of carving out hillsides to clear space for concrete footings. In addition to the

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Anna Scolobig, Luigi Pellizzoni, and Chiara Bianchizza

hamlets, per the 2010 census) is crossed by the river Isarco/Eisack. The area of Vipiteno-Sterzing has been periodically affected by floods of the Isarco river and its tributaries. Experts stress that the flood risk is very high and the town has been

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Meshworks and the Making of Climate Places in the European Alps

A Framework for Ethnographic Research on the Perceptions of Climate Change

Sophie Elixhauser, Stefan Böschen, and Katrin Vogel

villages and hamlets with a total sum of a little over two thousand inhabitants. People earn their livings from tourism, the crafts industry, and agriculture, as well as energy production through hydropower. A few years ago, as a result of increasing media

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The Incredible Edible Movement

People Power, Adaptation, and Challenges in Rennes (France) and Montreal (Canada)

Giulia Giacchè and Lya Porto

the IE website, the message of IE—“If you eat, you are in”—inspired people from Canada to New Zealand, from capital cities to rural hamlets. The IE message rapidly spread to other countries and contexts. As demonstrated by the global and shared map

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Shubhi Sharma, Rachel Golden Kroner, Daniel Rinn, Camden Burd, Gregorio Ortiz, John Burton, Angus Lyall, Pierre du Plessis, Allison Koch, Yvan Schulz, Emily McKee, Michael Berman, and Peter C. Little

from the main contact zone. This is sited ethnography, but his site is one that expands and contracts, depending on the interests and perambulations of his hosts, with the most rain forestry parts being the distant hamlets many hours walk (fig. 4

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Damaging Environments

Land, Settler Colonialism, and Security for Indigenous Peoples

Wilfrid Greaves

. British Columbia and Clyde River (Hamlet) v. Petroleum Geo-Services Inc . in Canada—has been far more significant in terms of defending the interests of Indigenous peoples against state power than attempted securitization. If Indigenous peoples choose to