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Commoning and climate justice
(Routledge Studies in Environment, Culture, and Society Series, 2019-08)
Commoning represents a dynamic and emergent means of risk-reduction and livelihood provision which can address the shortcomings of both market and state-oriented economic systems -- increasingly relevant as climate change ...
Feminist Ecological Economics and Sustainability
(Journal of Bioeconomics, 2007)
New developments in feminist ecological economics and ecofeminist economics are contributing to the search for theories and policy approaches to move economies toward sustainability. This paper summa- rizes work by ...
Building Commons Governance for a Greener Economy
(Sense Publishers, 2015)
Participation and Watershed Management: Experiences from Brazil
(University Press, 2007)
Public participation is emphasized in many new institutional approaches to resource management, especially watershed governance. The implementation of participatory management frameworks, and capacity-building for civil ...
Women and Deliberative Water Management in Brazil
(Pluto Press/Spinifex Press, 2009)
Social Diversity, Globalization, and Sustainability in Community-Based Economies
(Inanna Publications and Education, 2013)
The Ecological Economics of Sustainability: Making Local and Short-Term Goals Consistent with Global and Long-Term Goals
(The World Bank, 1990-06)
There is increasing awareness that our global ecological We support system is endangered Decisions made on the basis of local, short-term criteria can produce disastrous results globally and in the long run. There is also ...