Riverine Rights: The case of India
Political Ecology Forum @NMBU
by Political Ecology Forum NMBU
2M ago
In this episode, senior researcher Bibhu Prasad Nayak explains some of the implications of granting rights to rivers in the case of India. Nature and society interactions became a field to explore power relations, governmental institutions, and legal initiatives involved in the process ..read more
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Intersectionality in Feminist Political Ecology with Professor Andrea Nightingale
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by Political Ecology Forum NMBU
1y ago
In this episode, professor Nightingale discusses feminist perspectives and Political Ecology from an anti-essentialist viewpoint ..read more
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Episode 5: Degrowth and the Future of Sustainable Planning
Political Ecology Forum @NMBU
by Political Ecology Forum NMBU
1y ago
Sustainability is one of the most used terms in projects and planning. In this episode professor Jin Xue reflects on the impacts and connections between dwelling development and planning on the environment and the climate. From a critical perspective, Xue explains her view on Political Ecology, Degrowth, and planning. Building a bridge between academic movements that combined have the potential to provide research tools for the design of sustainable futures.  ..read more
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Dewilding ‘Wolf-land’: Exploring the Historical Dimensions of Human-Wildlife Conflict and Coexistence in Ireland by Dara Sands
Political Ecology Forum @NMBU
by Political Ecology Forum NMBU
1y ago
In this episode Dara Sands, PhD candidate at NMBU-Noragric, is interviewed by Noé Mendoza to reflect on Dara's recent paper 'Dewilding ‘Wolf-land’: Exploring the Historical Dimensions of Human-Wildlife Conflict and Coexistence in Ireland by Dara Sands' where he examines 'historical drivers of change which disrupted a long history of human-wolf coexistence in Ireland'. It is published y the journal Conservation and Society ..read more
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Political Ecology: A breath of fresh air in academia by Alexander Dunlap
Political Ecology Forum @NMBU
by Political Ecology Forum NMBU
1y ago
In this interview, Carmen Beatriz M. Mapis interviews Alexander Dunlap who reflects on the links between Political Ecology, green solutions, decoloniality and anarchism. Foto: Scott (https://www.flickr.com/photos/snordq/8224007187/in/photolist-4B6Y9m-4B6Y9s-4B6Y9u-4B2QC8-4B2QCa-4B2LtB-4B2LtD-4B2QCe-4B2QCc-4B2QC6-gFuLK7-ceLYvE-6EHryc-91HbMW-2izuj3H-dja8bv-6EHrep-fTeYGN-dhRHWm-4B6Y9o-4B2Ltt-7py2S4-7py33g-7pBVvY-7py5xT-829rdU-91E5qp-295yZPo-5Vrr5V-dwJ5Jg-dwJbPn-2mJkeMf-2mJkdpf-2mJgZa8-2mJgZ8E-2mJfKLV-2mJjctD-2mJjcz5-25LSpC-q7xAT-dwPqqf-mEU9kP-bAwVCp ..read more
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Pluralistic Seed System Development: A Path to Seed Security? by Teshome Hunduma Mulesa
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by Political Ecology Forum NMBU
2y ago
In this episode, we meet Teshome Hunduma Mulesa, a Ph.D. candidate at Noragric who has been researching farmers’ SEED SECURITY, which is central to crop production for smallholder farmers in developing countries. In the article, Pluralistic Seed System Development: A Patch to Seed Security?, Teshome and colleagues analyze the performance of different seed systems in relation to seed security outcomes in Ethiopia. The article has high relevance to policy formulation and implementation in developing countries. This article is part of Teshome’s Ph.D. research project, which becomes relevant in th ..read more
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Sovereign Forces: Everyday Challenges to Environmental Governance in Latin America by John A. McNeish
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by Political Ecology Forum NMBU
2y ago
In this interview John-Andrew McNeish, professor at the department of International Environment and Development Studies (Noragric) at NMBU, discusses some insights of his new book Sovereign Forces: Everyday Challenges to Environmental Governance in Latin America. The book explores the role of sovereignty in environmental governance and peace-building, drawing on examples from fieldwork carried out in Bolivia, Guatemala, and Colombia over the last twenty years. McNeish reveals how the idea of sovereignty is reworked and repurposed in current debates and conflicts between states, corporations, p ..read more
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