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‘Peri-urban Participation in Urban Watershed Management in the Metropolitan Region of São Paulo, Brazil’
(Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, 2005-09-09)
This research paper explores the power transformations that have been and are occurring with the reconstruction of water management from traditional political scales to the watershed scale, and with the production of new ...
Privatization, Segregation and Dispossession in Western Urban Space: An Antiracist, Marxist-Feminist Reading of David Harvey
(Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, 2005-09-13)
Within the shifting geography of capitalist imperialist power, the war on the home front has become a critical line of battle. Western urban centres are more than empty landscapes for the enactment of global agendas. They ...
Constructing a Foundation for Change: The Ecosystem Approach and the Global Imperative on Toronto’s Central Waterfront
(Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, 2005-08-05)
This paper explores the micro-level politics involved in the processes of planning Toronto’s Central Waterfront in the period between the mid-1980s and the early 2000s. Using a conceptual framework that reviews and integrates ...
Introduction: Exploring feminist ecological economics
(Feminist Economics, 2005-11)
These Explorations argue that more links between the fields of feminist ecology and feminist economics are both needed and promising, and presents new, boundary-crossing research in this area. It brings together contributions ...
Public Participation and Ecological Valuation: Inclusive=Radical
This paper discusses the gender and class implications of “public participation” processes, which are increasingly used in Europe, North America, and elsewhere as a basic component of environmental and public policy ...