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The Scalar Production of Injustice within the Urban Forest
Research has recently argued, quite successfully, for a more dialectic appreciation of urban nature/society relations. Despite this progress, there is still the need to recognize that the socialExpand
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Correlates of Urban Forest Canopy Cover
Scientists and managers often use urban forest canopy cover as an indicator of forest health. Furthermore, canopy cover is often the measure communities use to set tree planting goals. Little isExpand
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Urban forest and environmental inequality in Campos dos Goytacazes, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Social and spatial inequality regarding environmental resources and services is one of most complex issues affecting contemporary urban life. The objective of this research is to study the spatialExpand
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The political ecology of recovery from armed conflict: the case of landmines in Mozambique
Abstract The devastation wrought by landmines on local populations is well known. However, the broader effects of mine presence on postwar recovery, and the progress of a ‘peace process’, remainExpand
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South Africa in Transition: New Theoretical Perspectives (review)
B O O K R E V I E W S 34 FNLA and UNITA politically and militarily. Thus, since independence, MPLA has maintained itself in power by creating a complex web of patronclient networks to distribute theExpand
Starving for Revolution: The Milwaukee Black Panther Party's Struggle to Feed the Hungry
Lecture delivered on November 3, 2005 at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee UWM Libraries.