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Energies beyond the state, anarchist political ecology and the liberation of nature, edited by Jennifer Mateer [and three others]

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Summary
This volume contributes to advancing an 'ecology of freedom,' which can critique current anthropocentric environmental destruction, as well as focusing on environmental justice and decentralized ecological governance
Table Of Contents
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Preface -- The Liberation of Nature -- An Ethics of Non-Domination -- The War on Nature -- The Critique of Green Capitalism -- Radicalizing Space, Place and Scale -- Going Beyond -- Anarchism, Political Ecology and Environmental Management beyond the State -- Legacies of Colonialism and Environmental Imperialism -- Overcoming Human/Nature Dualisms -- The Harms of Extractivism -- Structure of the Book -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 1: Panoptic Geography: Humans and Nature under Surveillance -- Historical Background -- Political and Military Use of Satellite Geography in Our Times -- Ethical and Political Questions in the Era of Geo-Localization (Geo-Reference) -- What If We Reversed This Perspective? -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 2: Uranium: Capitalism, Colonialism and Ecology -- Uranium Mining -- Nuclear Weapons -- Nuclear Energy -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 3: Moving beyond Borders: Anarchist Political Ecology and Environmental Displacement -- The Precarious State of Solidarity with Forced Migrants -- Current Debates on Environmental Displacement -- Towards an Anarchist Political Ecology of Environmental Displacement -- An Anarchist Call for Mutual Aid and Border Transgressions -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 4: Questioning Capitalistic Power Structures: A Way to Reconnect People with Lands? -- Irrigation in Southern France -- The World Heritage Site of Laponia -- Methods - TORSO -- Results -- To Reappropriate the Territory -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 5: When the Wolf Guards the Sheep: The Industrial Machine through Green Extractivism in Germany and Mexico -- Neither Market Nor State: Sheep against Industrial Progress
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Copyright
Physical Description
1 online resource (230 pages)
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9781538159170

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