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…


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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…


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#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…


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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…


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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…


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#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…


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