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Climate justice in more-than-human worlds

  2023-10-23 (or before) in Taylor & Francis Online: Peer-reviewed Journals

Theories of climate justice retain a persistent tension between transcorporeal entanglement and coherent individuality. The ontology of bodily separation required for accountability for polluters a...

  Tagged under: Climate Justice


The destruction of the Kakhovka dam and its consequences

  2023-08-26 (or before) in Taylor & Francis Online: Peer-reviewed Journals

Published in Water International (Vol. 48, No. 5, 2023)

  Tagged under: Russia


Stumbling towards collapse: coming to terms with the climate crisis

  2023-08-25 (or before) in Taylor & Francis Online: Peer-reviewed Journals

Leading sociologists have approached the climate crisis by emphasising a way forward and identifying hopeful directions. What sense is to be made of suggestions that we are instead on the brink of ...

  Tagged under: Climate Change | Capitalism | Collapse


The liberal limits to transformation in the Green Climate Fund

  2023-08-20 (or before) in Taylor & Francis Online: Peer-reviewed Journals

International climate finance institutions increasingly articulate their goals as catalyzing transformation, but can these institutions bring about deep structural change when they reflect the same...

  Tagged under: Climate Change | Climate Justice | Finance


Landscape of conquest: frontier water alienation and Khoikhoi strategies of survival, 1652–1780

  2023-08-17 (or before) in Taylor & Francis Online: Peer-reviewed Journals

In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries European settlers ousted the Khoikhoi and San from much of the land they inhabited in south‐western Africa using a strategic combination of technology an...

  Tagged under: Africa


The evolution of climate justice claims in global climate change negotiations under the UNFCCC

  2023-08-14 (or before) in Taylor & Francis Online: Peer-reviewed Journals

A growing body of research suggests that the global conception of climate change is increasingly taking a justice-focus. However, the justice-framings of different actors in the UNFCCC process and ...

  Tagged under: Climate Change | Climate Justice


Effects of temperature on feeding and digestive processes in fish

  2023-07-22 (or before) in Taylor & Francis Online: Peer-reviewed Journals

As most fish are ectotherms, their physiology is strongly affected by temperature. Temperature affects their metabolic rate and thus their energy balance and behavior, including locomotor and feedi...

  Tagged under: Fish


Weaponizing economics: Big Oil, economic consultants, and climate policy delay

  2023-07-04 (or before) in Taylor & Francis Online: Peer-reviewed Journals

The role of particular scientists in opposing policies to slow and halt global warming has been extensively documented. The role of economists, however, has received less attention. Here, I trace t...

  Tagged under: Economics


Provisioning for sufficiency: envisaging production corridors

  2023-06-09 (or before) in Taylor & Francis Online: Peer-reviewed Journals

This article deepens the framework of a sufficiency economy, defining sufficiency as the space between a floor of meeting needs and a ceiling of ungeneralizable excess. This framework can be applie...


From Luddites to limits? Towards a systematization of growth critiques in historical perspective

  2023-05-06 (or before) in Taylor & Francis Online: Peer-reviewed Journals

While economic growth is still at the centre of politics around the world, driven by economic crises and ecological breakdown critiques of growth as well as calls for post-growth or degrowth are on...

  Tagged under: Economics | Economic Growth


Spiral-scaling climate action: lessons from and for the academic flying less movement

  2023-03-30 (or before) in Taylor & Francis Online: Peer-reviewed Journals

The notion that scholars should reduce consumption of workrelated flight travel as a form of climate action has become common in academia. Proponents of this idea have coalesced into a sectoral mov...


Rationing and Climate Change Mitigation*

  2023-03-08 (or before) in Taylor & Francis Online: Peer-reviewed Journals

In this paper, we argue that rationing has been neglected as a policy option for mitigating climate change. There is a broad scientific consensus that avoiding the most severe impacts of climate ch...

  Tagged under: Climate Change | Climate Change Impacts | Climate Change Mitigation


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  2023-02-05 (or before) in Taylor & Francis Online: Peer-reviewed Journals


Anti-environmentalism and the natural ‘wages of whiteness’

  2023-01-31 (or before) in Taylor & Francis Online: Peer-reviewed Journals

W.E.B. Du Bois’ theorization of the ‘wages of whiteness’ has factored prominently into recent scholarship examining the roots of Trumpism and resurgent right-wing movements in the United States. Ho...


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  2022-03-23 (or before) in Taylor & Francis Online: Peer-reviewed Journals


Transition, hedge, or resist? Understanding political and economic behavior toward decarbonization in the oil and gas industry

  2022-01-19 (or before) in Taylor & Francis Online: Peer-reviewed Journals

Many oil and gas firms claim they are going green. But are they actually walking the talk? We analyze the political and economic behavior of publicly traded oil majors to understand the degree to w...


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  2022-01-12 (or before) in Taylor & Francis Online: Peer-reviewed Journals


The tragedy of climate change science

  2022-01-12 (or before) in Taylor & Francis Online: Peer-reviewed Journals

The science-society contract is broken. The climate is changing. Science demonstrates why this is occurring, that it is getting worse, the implications for human well-being and social-ecological sy...

  Tagged under: Climate Change


Beyond Technical Fixes: climate solutions and the great derangement

  2022-01-12 (or before) in Taylor & Francis Online: Peer-reviewed Journals

Climate change research is at an impasse. The transformation of economies and everyday practices is more urgent, and yet appears ever more daunting as attempts at behaviour change, regulations, and...

  Tagged under: Climate Change | Economics


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  2021-11-23 (or before) in Taylor & Francis Online: Peer-reviewed Journals


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  2021-11-15 (or before) in Taylor & Francis Online: Peer-reviewed Journals


Is Green Growth Possible?

  2021-09-27 (or before) in Taylor & Francis Online: Peer-reviewed Journals

The notion of green growth has emerged as a dominant policy response to climate change and ecological breakdown. Green growth theory asserts that continued economic expansion is compatible with our...

  Tagged under: Climate Change | Degrowth | Economics | Economic Growth


The appallingly bad neoclassical economics of climate change

  2021-07-25 (or before) in Taylor & Francis Online: Peer-reviewed Journals

Forecasts by economists of the economic damage from climate change have been notably sanguine, compared to warnings by scientists about damage to the biosphere. This is because economists made thei...

  Tagged under: Climate Change | Economics


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Climate change, fragmentation and collective trauma. Bridging the divided stories we live by*

  2021-01-16 (or before) in Taylor & Francis Online: Peer-reviewed Journals

This article explores psychological responses to climate change with the lenses of brain hemisphere imbalance, the fragmentation process of collective trauma and the Jungian maturation theory of tw...

  Tagged under: Climate Change


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Climate change communication and public engagement in interpersonal deliberative settings: evidence from the Irish citizens’ assembly

  2020-06-23 (or before) in Taylor & Francis Online: Peer-reviewed Journals

Citizens are being increasingly called upon to participate in climate change policymaking. Citizen assemblies have been proposed as a viable and effective way of boosting public support for ambitio...

  Tagged under: Climate Change


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  2020-06-16 (or before) in Taylor & Francis Online: Peer-reviewed Journals


Avoiding cultural trauma: climate change and social inertia

  2019-7-29 in Taylor & Francis Online: Peer-reviewed Journals

The failure of societies to respond in a concerted, meaningful way to climate change is a core concern of the social science climate literature. Existing explanations of social inertia display litt...


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