CfP POLLEN20 – Mapping [and] Contesting Value Regimes From Political Ecology Perspectives

Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN 20) Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Session organizers Özlem Aslan (Boğaziçi University, Turkey), Prasad Khanolkar (Indian Institute of Technology-Guwahati, India) & Katie Mazer (McMaster University, Canada). Please send abstracts of no more that 250 words to Özlem Aslan (ozlem.aslan@mail.utoronto.ca), Prasad … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20 – Mapping [and] Contesting Value Regimes From Political Ecology Perspectives

POLLEN 20 Call for workshop participants – Challenges of critical knowledge production for a transformation: perspectives and experiences

Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN 20) Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Workshop organizers If you are interested in participating in this workshop, please contact the organizers Judith Bopp (bopp@geographie.uni-kiel.de) and Jonas Hein (hein@geographie.uni-kiel.de). Workshop description Working at the interface of knowledge production requires critical reflection … Continue reading POLLEN 20 Call for workshop participants – Challenges of critical knowledge production for a transformation: perspectives and experiences

CFP Pollen 2020 – Utopian ecologies of urburnable fuels

Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN 20) Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Session organizers Please send your abstracts by the 20th of November to Lorenzo Pellegrini (pellegrini@iss.nl) and Salvatore Eugenio Pappalardo (salvatore.pappalardo@unipd.it). Session description In order to limit the probable increase in global mean temperature to … Continue reading CFP Pollen 2020 – Utopian ecologies of urburnable fuels

CfP POLLEN20 – Conceptualizations and institutionalizations of variegated “green” economies in the global South

Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN 20) Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Session organizers Jill Tove Buseth (Department of International Environment and Development Studies, Norwegian University of Life Sciences & Department of Social and Educational Sciences, Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences) and Mathew Bukhi Mabele … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20 – Conceptualizations and institutionalizations of variegated “green” economies in the global South

CfP POLLEN20 – Creating carbon knowledges: conceptualising carbon ‘on the ground’

Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN 20) Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Session organisers If you would like to contribute please send a title and abstract to Rebecca Kent at Rebecca.kent@canterbury.ac.uk by November 19, 2019.  Session description This session seeks to examine how carbon knowledge is … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20 – Creating carbon knowledges: conceptualising carbon ‘on the ground’

CfP POLLEN20 – ‘Defenders’, atmospheres of violence in conservation, extraction, and ‘sustainable’ development

Session organizers If you are interested in contributing a paper, please send a title and abstract to Mary Menton (m.menton@sussex.ac.uk) by 15 November. If you would like to express interest or discuss the session proposal before sending an abstract, please get in touch with Mary, Philippe LeBillon (Philippe.lebillon@ubc.ca) and/or Peter Larsen (peter.larsen@unigh.che) Session description This … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20 – ‘Defenders’, atmospheres of violence in conservation, extraction, and ‘sustainable’ development

CfP POLLEN20 –Waterscape, hydrosocial territory and other water words. Theorising space in the political ecology of water: Opportunities and challenges

Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN 20) Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Session organizers If you would like to contribute, please send abstracts (250 words maximum) to Silvia Flaminio (silvia.flaminio@unil.ch) and Gaële Rouillé-Kielo (gaele.rouille@parisnanterre.fr) by 15th November, 2019. Session description Over the past two decades, various … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20 –Waterscape, hydrosocial territory and other water words. Theorising space in the political ecology of water: Opportunities and challenges

CfP POLLEN20 – Blurred Boundaries and their Political Ecologies: Parties, patronage and bureaucratic practice

Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN 20) Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Session organizers Please send abstracts of up to 250 words to Elsie Lewison, Rebecca McMillan and Zach Anderson at elsie.lewison@mail.utoronto.ca, rebecca.mcmillan@mail.utoronto.ca and z.anderson@utoronto.ca by November 19, 2019. Session description Over the past decade, political … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20 – Blurred Boundaries and their Political Ecologies: Parties, patronage and bureaucratic practice

CfP POLLEN20 – Urban Political Ecology

Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN 20) Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Session organisers Seth Gustafson (University College London, s.gustafson@ucl.ac.uk); Alex Loftus (King’s College London, alex.loftus@kcl.ac.uk); Katie Meehan (King’s College London, katie.meehan@kcl.ac.uk). Please send titles and abstracts of 250 words to all three of us by … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20 – Urban Political Ecology

CfP POLLEN20 – Plant spaces, vegetal places? Placing vegetal life in urban political ecology

Session organizer Marion Ernwein (University of Oxford) and James Palmer (University of Bristol). Please send 250-word abstracts to Marion Ernwein (marion.ernwein@ouce.ox.ac.uk) and James Palmer (james.palmer@bristol.ac.uk) by Monday 18th November 2019. Session description Efforts to “animate” Urban Political Ecology (UPE) are stemming from multiple directions, ranging from attention to processes of decay within waste infrastructures (Fredericks … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20 – Plant spaces, vegetal places? Placing vegetal life in urban political ecology

POLLEN20 Call for workshop participants & input – Bridging environmental research and activism

Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN 20) Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Workshop organizers Eszter Kovacs at eszter.kovacs@geog.cam.ac.uk, Leverhulme Fellow the Department of Geography at the University of Cambridge, and Jessica Hope, Vice-Chancellor’s Research Fellow at the University of Bristol, at jessica.Hope@bristol.ac.uk. Please do get in … Continue reading POLLEN20 Call for workshop participants & input – Bridging environmental research and activism

CfP POLLEN20 – Reframing legality and power in the contested terrain of European wildlife trade

Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN 20) Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Session organisers Hannah Dickinson, BIOSEC Project,  Politics & IR, The University of Sheffield, UK (h.g.dickinson@sheffield.ac.uk) and George Iordachescu, BIOSEC Project,  Politics & IR, The University of Sheffield, UK (g.a.iordachescu@sheffield.ac.uk). If you would like to … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20 – Reframing legality and power in the contested terrain of European wildlife trade

CfP POLLEN20 – From the Anthropocene to the ‘Plantationocene’: Describing and defying plantation ecologies, replenishing multi-species worlds

POLLEN20: Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, U.K. June 24-26, 2020 Session organizers Session organizers: Vijay Kolinjivadi (University of Antwerp), Jean-François Bissonnette (Université  Laval), Catherine Windey (University of Antwerp), Rut Elliot Blomqvist (University of Gothenburg), Gert Van Hecken (University of Antwerp) Please send abstracts of no more than 300 words to Vijay Kolinjivadi vijay.kolinjivadi@mail.mcgill.ca   no … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20 – From the Anthropocene to the ‘Plantationocene’: Describing and defying plantation ecologies, replenishing multi-species worlds

CfP POLLEN20 – Prefiguring Indigeneity at Capitalist Frontiers: Conservation-Extractivism and Resource Making in the Age of Climate Change

Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN 20) Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Session organizers Melis Ece, British Academy Newton International Fellow, School of Global Studies, Anthropology, University of Sussex, UK (me329@sussex.ac.uk) James Fairhead, Anthropology, University of Sussex, UK (j.r.fairhead@sussex.ac.uk) Madhuri Karak, Mellon/ACLS Public Fellow, Washington D.C., … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20 – Prefiguring Indigeneity at Capitalist Frontiers: Conservation-Extractivism and Resource Making in the Age of Climate Change

CfP POLLEN20 – Invasion/contagion : Entanglements of racialisation and biology in the making of policed natures

Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN20) Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Session organizers Patricia J. Lopez (Dartmouth College) and Naomi Millner (University of Bristol). Please send abstracts to Naomi Millner (naomi.millner@bristol.ac.uk) and Tish Lopez (patricia.j.lopez@dartmouth.edu) by 15 November 2019. We will respond to submissions by November 20. Session … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20 – Invasion/contagion : Entanglements of racialisation and biology in the making of policed natures

CfP POLLEN20 – ‘Ecosystem Services’, ‘Natural Capital’ and the future of environmental politics

Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN20) Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Session organizers Markus Leibenath (Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development, Dresden, Germany) and Brian Coffey (RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia). Submissions should include author name(s), affiliation(s), country and email address(es), paper title and an … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20 – ‘Ecosystem Services’, ‘Natural Capital’ and the future of environmental politics

CfP POLLEN20 – Green financialization: Renewable energy transitions and the power of green finance flows

Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN20) Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Session organizers Please circulate widely and send us your abstracts (up to 250 words) till November 10th to Franziska Müller (fmueller@uni-kassel.de) Session description Renewable energy is rapidly gaining relevance as a key energy source in … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20 – Green financialization: Renewable energy transitions and the power of green finance flows

POLLEN20 Call for contributions to a collective exhibition – ‘Extracting Us’

The Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN20) Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Are you interested in sharing creative work around extractivism? Would you like to join an action-research-led exhibition project? We are calling for contributions to a collective exhibition at the POLLEN20 conference that seeks to … Continue reading POLLEN20 Call for contributions to a collective exhibition – ‘Extracting Us’

CfP POLLEN20 – Decolonizing Conservation in Theory and Praxis

The Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN20) Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Session organizers Megan Youdelis (University of Guelph) & Justine Townsend (University of Guelph). Please send abstracts of 250 words or less to Megan Youdelis (megan.youdelis@uoguelph.ca) and Justine Townsend (justine.townsend@uoguelph.ca) no later than November 18th. … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20 – Decolonizing Conservation in Theory and Praxis

CfP POLLEN20 – Convivial conservation: approaches for linking social and environmental justice

The Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN20) Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Session organizers Laila Thomaz Sandroni (Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil) and Judith Krauss (University of Sheffield, UK). Please submit your proposals for paper titles and abstracts (250 words max) with full contact details by … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20 – Convivial conservation: approaches for linking social and environmental justice

CfP POLLEN20 – Emplacing crisis and theorising nature-society transformations

Call for session participants The Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN20) Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom, 24-26 June 2020 https://pollen2020.wordpress.com/  Session organizers Amber Huff (Institute of Development Studies and STEPS Centre) and Sango Mahanty (The Australian National University) Preliminary session abstract In cautioning that our foundational systems for life … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20 – Emplacing crisis and theorising nature-society transformations

CfP POLLEN20 – (Re)making rangelands as new investment frontiers: Case studies, critiques and alternative futures

Session Proposal for Third Biennial Conference of POLLEN Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Session organisers Charis Enns (c.enns@sheffield.ac.uk), Kennedy Mkutu (kmkutu@yahoo.com) and Marie Müller-Koné (marie.mueller@bicc.de) Session abstract Nearly half the Earth’s land surface is classified as rangelands, which are areas where vegetation consists predominantly of grasses, grass-like plants and shrubs … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20 – (Re)making rangelands as new investment frontiers: Case studies, critiques and alternative futures

CfP POLLEN20 – Comparative perspective(s) on ontological conflicts in extractivism, conservation and development

The Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN20) Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Session organizers Riccarda Flemmer (GIGA Hamburg), Jonas Hein (University of Kiel). We invite contributions on cases from the Global South and North. If you are interested to join our panel, please send us your … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20 – Comparative perspective(s) on ontological conflicts in extractivism, conservation and development

CfP POLLEN20 – Calling postgraduate students and early career researchers: please contribute ideas! Extended deadline 22 November

The Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN20) Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 In connection with the upcoming Third Biennial conference of the Political Ecology Network in Brighton from 24-26 June 2020, a working group made up of postgraduate researchers at the University of Sussex and Brighton … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20 – Calling postgraduate students and early career researchers: please contribute ideas! Extended deadline 22 November

CfP POLLEN20 – Irrigation issues in emerging economies

The Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN20) Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Session organisers This session is being organized by Adnan Mirhanoglu (adnan.mirhanoglu@kuleuven.be) and Maarten Loopmans (Maarten.Loopmans@kuleuven.be). Please submit abstracts between 250 and 500 words and full contact details to both organizers by the 28 of October 2019 … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20 – Irrigation issues in emerging economies

POLLEN20 – Extended deadline for Session Proposal submission

The Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN20) Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Extended deadline – Friday, 22 November 2019 We wish to announce that, due to demand, the deadline for submission of proposals for organized sessions for The Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network … Continue reading POLLEN20 – Extended deadline for Session Proposal submission

CfP POLLEN 20 – Papers, procedures, and plants: Expanding the political ecology of bureaucracy

Session organizers Scott Freeman (American University) and Raquel Machaqueiro (George Washington University). Please, send your abstract (250 words) by October 25 to Scott Freeman (freeman@american.edu) and Raquel Machaqueiro (rrmachaqueiro@gmail.com). Session description Interdisciplinary political ecology has exposed environmental conservation efforts as a domain in which multiple conceptualizations of space, time, and nature intersect and are forged … Continue reading CfP POLLEN 20 – Papers, procedures, and plants: Expanding the political ecology of bureaucracy

CfP POLLEN20 – Political ecologies of urban water beyond the pipes

The Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN 20) Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Session organiser Natasha Cornea (University of Birmingham). Please send abstracts of 250 words or less to n.l.cornea@bham.ac.uk  by October 25th November 10th. Session description Over the last two decades (Urban) political ecologists have given … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20 – Political ecologies of urban water beyond the pipes

CfP POLLEN 2020: Political ecology of professional practice: plurality and possibilities in environmental governance

The Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN 20) Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Session organisers Sam Staddon (University of Edinburgh, UK) and Floriane Clement (INRA, France). Paper titles and abstracts of 250 words should be sent to sam.staddon@ed.ac.uk and floriane.clement@inra.fr by 28 October 2019 by 18 November. Session description Professional environment and … Continue reading CfP POLLEN 2020: Political ecology of professional practice: plurality and possibilities in environmental governance

CfP POLLEN20 – Political Ecologies of/at the Edge: Climate Futures, Marginal Landscapes and Infrastructural Imaginaries

Call for participants Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN 20) Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Session organizers Aurora Fredriksen (University of Manchester) and Nate Millington (University of Manchester). Paper titles and abstracts of 250 words should be sent to nate.millington@manchester.ac.uk &aurora.fredriksen@manchester.ac.uk by 20 October 2019.  Session … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20 – Political Ecologies of/at the Edge: Climate Futures, Marginal Landscapes and Infrastructural Imaginaries

CfP POLLEN20 – Energising Political Ecology

Call for participants Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN 20) Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Session convenors Siddharth Sareen (University of Bergen and University of Sussex) and Stefan Bouzarovski (University of Manchester) Abstracts due 25th October: Siddharth.Sareen@uib.no and stefan.bouzarovski@manchester.ac.uk Session description As global rallies grow around the … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20 – Energising Political Ecology

CfP POLLEN20 – Navigating differences across communities: Whether, why, who and how?

Call for participants Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN 20) Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Session organizers Jasper Montana (jasper.montana@ouce.ox.ac.uk), University of Oxford, and Josie Chambers (jmichambers@gmail.com), University of Cambridge Paper proposals (abstract, 250 words max) should be sent to jasper.montana@ouce.ox.ac.uk and jmichambers@gmail.com by October 18th, … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20 – Navigating differences across communities: Whether, why, who and how?

CfP POLLEN20 – Political Ecologies of Environmental Future-Making

Call for participants Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN 20) Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Please send expressions of interest to the session organizers, Katinka Wijsman (The New School, katinka.wijsman@newschool.edu) and Marta Berbés-Blázquez (Arizona State University, mberbes@asu.edu). Proposal abstracts (300 words) should be sent by October 25, 2019. Session abstract Millions … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20 – Political Ecologies of Environmental Future-Making

CfP POLLEN 20 – The Political Ecology of Crops: From Seed to State and Capital

Call for abstracts The Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN 20) Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Session organizers Klara Fischer, Department of Urban and Rural Development, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Jostein Jakobsen, Centre for Development and the Environment, University of Oslo, Bengt G. Karlsson, Department of Social Anthropology, Stockholm University & Ola Westengen, Faculty … Continue reading CfP POLLEN 20 – The Political Ecology of Crops: From Seed to State and Capital

CfP POLLEN 20 – Innovations in Conservation Governance

Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN 20) Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Please send expressions of interest to the lead session organizer, George Holmes, University of Leeds, UK at g.holmes@leeds.ac.uk. Session abstract The governance of conservation is changing. New forms of resource ownership and control, with new actors, systems, structures and … Continue reading CfP POLLEN 20 – Innovations in Conservation Governance

CfP POLLEN 2020: Fallen from Grace? Debating the legacy and state of Southern African conservation

Session organizers Stasja Koot and Bram Büscher, Wageningen University If you want to join, please send your abstract (max. 250 words) to Stasja Koot and Bram Büscher before 15 October, through kootwork@gmail.com and bram.buscher@wur.nl. Session abstract Southern Africa has long been at the forefront of nature conservation globally. Under colonialism, the region played an important part in the … Continue reading CfP POLLEN 2020: Fallen from Grace? Debating the legacy and state of Southern African conservation

CfP POLLEN 20 – The Rights of Nature: between radical environmentalism and hegemonic threat

Session organiser Mihnea Tanasescu (mihnea.tanasescu@vub.be), Vrije Universiteit Brussel Paper proposals (abstract, 250 words max) should be sent to mihnea.tanasescu@vub.be by October 13th, 2019.   Session Abstract The first theoretical formulation of the rights of nature is attributed to professor Christopher Stone, an American legal scholar that, as a tactic for capturing his students’ attention at … Continue reading CfP POLLEN 20 – The Rights of Nature: between radical environmentalism and hegemonic threat

CfP POLLEN 20 – Political ecologies of education

Session organizers Hanne Svarstad (OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University) and Christine Noe (University of Dar es Salaam) Please send your abstract (200 to 250 words) to Hanne Svarstad (hanne.svarstad@oslomet.no) and Christine Noe (tinanoe@yahoo.com) until the 15th of October 2019. Session abstract What children learn at school may have a large impact on perspectives and practices … Continue reading CfP POLLEN 20 – Political ecologies of education

CfP POLLEN 20: Loss, damage and right to adaptation in the city: Explorations in urban climate justice

Session organizers Ethemcan Turhan (Environmental Humanities Laboratory, Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden) & Özlem Çelik (Department of Development Studies, Helsinki Institute of Sustainability Science, University of Helsinki, Finland)  Please send abstracts of maximum 250 words with your affiliation to Ethemcan Turhan (ethemcan@kth.se) and Özlem Çelik (ozlem.celik@helsinki.fi) the latest by 26 October 2019.  Session … Continue reading CfP POLLEN 20: Loss, damage and right to adaptation in the city: Explorations in urban climate justice

CfP POLLEN 20: Unmaking the capitalist production of nature: exploring processes of (de)construction

Session organizers Julia Spanier, Jacob Smessaert, Leonie Guerrero & Guilherme Raj, Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development Instructions for submitting contributions Please send you abstract proposal (250 words) to Julia Spanier (j.r.spanier@uu.nl) and Jacob Smessaert (j.d.a.smessaert@uu.nl) until the 10th of October 8th of November 2019. Session keywords capitalist and post-capitalist natures; unmaking capitalism; societal … Continue reading CfP POLLEN 20: Unmaking the capitalist production of nature: exploring processes of (de)construction

CfP POLLEN20 – Frontiers of property: ‘trans-regional’ dynamics of resurgent collectivist governmentalities in global land reform

Dear All, Please consider joining us for this proposed session at the Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN) in Brighton, UK, 24-26 June 2019. More information about the conference is available here: https://pollen2020.wordpress.com/ Engaging the POLLEN20 call for ‘novel’ session formats, the proposal’s “trans-regional” gambit is basically that we will aim to pair … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20 – Frontiers of property: ‘trans-regional’ dynamics of resurgent collectivist governmentalities in global land reform

CfP POLLEN20– Getting ready for Apartheid Ecologies and Dystopian Futures

Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network - Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, PrefigurationBrighton, United Kingdom24-26 June 2020 Conference sub-theme: “Radical ecologies and future natures” Session organizers: Jevgeniy Bluwstein, Department of Geosciences, University of Fribourg, Switzerland, jevgeniy.bluwstein@unifr.ch & Salvatore Paolo De Rosa, Laboratory of Environmental Humanities, KTH of Stockholm, Sweden, salvatore.paolo.derosa@abe.kth.se Session keywords: ecological apartheid, … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20– Getting ready for Apartheid Ecologies and Dystopian Futures

CfP POLLEN20- Subjectivity at the extractive frontier: power, meaning and possibility

Organizers: Tomas Frederiksen and Judith VerweijenPlease send abstracts of no more that 250 words to tomas.frederiksen@manchester.ac.uk and j.verweijen@sheffield.ac.uk by Monday 11 November 2019. We expect to communicate decisions on which papers are accepted by Friday 15 November 2019. After the conference, we will explore a journal special issue.  Call for abstracts for Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN), … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20- Subjectivity at the extractive frontier: power, meaning and possibility

CfP – Nature as Climate Solution? Exploring the Political Ecologies of Nature-based Carbon Removal

Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN20) Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom24-26 June 2020 Session organizers: Wim Carton, Kate Dooley, Jens Friis Lund In the belief that emission reductions will be insufficient to keep global warming within the temperature targets agreed in Paris, scientists and policy makers are taking an … Continue reading CfP – Nature as Climate Solution? Exploring the Political Ecologies of Nature-based Carbon Removal