Paul Robbins on labour and political ecology

The political ecologist Paul Robbins, Director of the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, reflects on the importance of talking about labour in political ecology. This video is the second part of an interview conducted by several ENTITLE fellows with Paul Robbins in Barcelona in January 2015.

You can find Paul Robbins’s thoughts on the Anthropocene here.

The other questions posed in this interview, on the ecology in political ecology and future challenges for political ecology, will be posted in the coming days.

 

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