The ENTITLE (European Network of Political Ecology) collective is deeply concerned about recent infringements of academic freedom in Turkey and repudiates the purge of Turkey’s universities. We are in solidarity with threatened institutions, academics and staff and call for the respect of institutional autonomy, freedom of speech and human rights.
Through the analysis-using several ethnographic methods- of conflicts around ‘swiftlet farming’ in George Town, Malaysia, Creighton Connolly encourages the formation of stronger linkages between academics, urban policy makers, and civil society organisations for better understanding environmental conflicts.*
A freely available Political Ecology for Civil Society manual was recently released by the ENTITLE network. Here we provide an overview of the manual and its objectives, plus the challenges we faced during its development.
La revista Ecología Política: Cuadernos de Debate Internacional acaba de publicar su Número 51 “Ecología Política en América Latina”. Compartimos el texto introductorio de los editores invitados. Algunos de los artículos ya están con libre acceso. Los demás artículos, así como la edición completa en papel, está disponible para suscriptores (ver más información aquí). EDITORIAL Gustavo García López,…
A political ecology syllabus for post-graduates, based on courses offered during ENTITLE, and designed for a taught course or for self-study, is now freely available online.
Se ha liberado el acceso a la revista Ecología Política nº49 (2015), dedicado a la soberanía local.
By Julian Bloomer* Looking for a compilation of important texts in political ecology? Julian Bloomer shares his comprehensive reading list, following a brief introduction to how it came about.
La revista Ecología Política llama a contribuciones para el próximo número sobre Turismo. Journal Ecología Política calls for papers for the next number, on “political ecology of tourism” (English below) La revista Ecología Política, cuadernos de debate internacional convoca a los autores que lo deseen a enviar sus artículos para el número 52 de la…
As cyclists struggle to recover their space in the roads, conflicts involving bicycles are attracting more and more attention. Thinking of the road as a commons, as proposed by environmental historian James Longhurst in his new book Bike Battles: A History of Sharing the American Road, may give an entry point to a political ecology perspective.
By Emma Li Johansson* Art in research is a powerful tool to evoke feelings and actions beyond academia. This researcher set out to see what is possible when mixing research with artistic ways of expression.
“We are asking the international community and the Puerto Ricans of the diaspora to show solidarity with the situation that our country is now experiencing”