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Between activism and science: Grassroots concepts for sustainability coined by Environmental Justice Organizations
In their own battles and strategy meetings since the early 1980s, EJOs (environmental justice organizations) and their networks have introduced several concepts to political ecology that have alsoExpand
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Community Perception and Oil Companies Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative in the Niger Delta
Poverty and conflicts are endemic in the Niger Delta even as oil companies operating in the region intensify their corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives in community development. Yet,Expand
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Image Re-branding in a Fragile State: The Case of Nigeria*
In today`s globalized world, nations are increasingly concerned about how they are perceived by their publics, often carefully planning and executing policies to maintain a positive identity or shedExpand
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Bringing the other into political ecology: Reflecting on preoccupations in a research field
For all its vitality political ecology often appears to be a project in which work by Anglo-Americans in particular, if it is not privileged, certainly predominates. This trend reflects widerExpand
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Not So Natural an Alliance? Degrowth and Environmental Justice Movements in the Global South
Abstract Both environmental justice (EJ) and degrowth movements warn against increasing the physical size of the economy. They both oppose extractivism and debt-fuelled economies, as well as theExpand
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GREED AND GRIEVANCE: THE CHANGING CONTOURS OF
The protracted conflict in the Niger Delta communities is currently being diagnosed with a view to understanding the nature of the resource struggle. From the 1980s, the region's cry ofExpand
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Spoils politics and environmental struggle in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria
The protracted conflict in the Niger Delta communities is currently being diagnosed with a view to understanding the nature of the resource struggle. From the 1980s, the region’s cry ofExpand
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