Tag: Whose green?

Green Economy and Promises for the Future in Greece #WhoseGreen?

Daniel Knight , January 23rd, 2019

The green economy is supposed to reduce environmental degradation while supporting sustainable development within the framework of neoliberal markets by incorporating accountability into the appropria…


The Endangered Fishers of the Archipelago Sea #WhoseGreen?

Kirsi Sonck-Rautio , January 22nd, 2019

Regulation and the Archipelago Sea ”You are looking at the last generation of coastal fishers!” a fisherman told me, as I was getting my coffee at a seminar…


#WhoseGreen? Reflecting on Alternative Routes to Chemicals Production

Sally Atkinson , January 21st, 2019

Whether it’s our disposable coffee cup or the vanilla flavouring in the coffee; this morning’s shaving cream or last week’s false nails; lifesaving medicines or the components for…


Decolonising Environmentalism #WhoseGreen?

Elaine Forde , January 18th, 2019

Urgency and Transition Environmentalism is rhetorically framed as a “Good Thing”, unquestionably. Being environmentally friendly is, as it were, a no-brainer. Anthropologists have shown many times how…


What is a Public Space Without a Public? #WhoseGreen?

Julian Dobson , January 16th, 2019

A warm lunchtime in Sheffield, a city of half a million people in the north of England. It is late October and unseasonably sunny. In Weston Park, a…


#WhoseGreen? Contested Sustainabilities and Socio-Ecological Change

Nina Isabella Moeller , January 15th, 2019

The accelerating growth of the technosphere, climate crises, shifting species distribution and other phenomena contribute to increasingly dramatic socio-ecological changes across the planet, impacting…