As climate-related research warns us, the need for a transition towards fossil-fuel-free ways of producing energy is undeniable at this point in history.
A Platform on Representation, Engagement, and Community
Category: Politics of Nature
Defending Water Against a Mine: Hydrous Sociality, Environmental Struggles, and Popular Consultations in Colombia
On Sunday, July 28th, 2013, denizens of Piedras, a town located in Central Colombia, went to the polls to participate in the consulta popular on the establishment of large-scale mining activities in this rice-producing town.
How Pests, Pathogens, and Pesticides Shape Geographies: A Story from the Early DDT Years in San Francisco Tlalnepantla
Domestic Cohabitors: Felinely Reconsiderations of the ‘Pet’
The roles into which humans have cast animals are innumerable. From ancient creation myths to premodern folktales of animal-wives and animal-husbands, to Disney’s anthropomorphised mascots, human culture around the globe is inextricable from the animal.