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Urban Political Ecology, Justice and the Politics of Scale
This and the subsequent papers in this special issue set out the contours of Marxian urban political ecology and call for greater research attention to a neglected field of critical research that,Expand
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In the Nature of Cities: Urban Political Ecology and the Politics of Urban Metabolism
Forward David Harvey Part 1 The Production of Urban Natures and Urban Political Ecology 1. Introduction Erik Swyngedouw, Nik Heynen and Maria Kaika 2. Sylvan City: The social production of urbanExpand
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The Political Ecology of Uneven Urban Green Space
This article investigates the role of urban political economy, private-public property relations, and race and ethnicity in the social production of Milwaukee's urban forest. By integratingExpand
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The Geography of Survival and the Right to the City: Speculations on Surveillance, Legal Innovation, and the Criminalization of Intervention
The "geography of survival" describes the spaces and spatial relations that structure not only how people may live, but especially whether they may live. For very poor people, such as the homeless,Expand
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Green Urban Political Ecologies: Toward a Better Understanding of Inner-City Environmental Change
This research uses a Marxist urban political ecology framework to link processes of urban environmental metabolization explicitly to the consumption fund of the built environment. Instead ofExpand
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Neoliberal environments : false promises and unnatural consequences
Introduction: False Promises Part 1: Enclosure and Privatization 1. The Last Enclosure: Resisting Privatization of Wildlife in the Western United States 2. Privatizing Conditions of Production: TradeExpand
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Muddying the waters: coauthoring feminisms across scholarship and activism
aWomen’s & Gender studies, university of massachusetts, Boston, mA, usA; bDepartment of American studies & ethnicity, university of southern California, los Angeles, CA, usA; cGeography, universityExpand
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Food Justice, Hunger and the City
We are amidst a long-overdue increase of interest in issues related food, cities and inequality within geography. While there has certainly been significant scholarship done on the issue, this areaExpand
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Urban political ecology I
It has been over 15 years since the term ‘urban political ecology’ (UPE) was coined. While still often not incorporated into larger discussion of political ecology, its growing visibility in theExpand
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Inequitable access to urban reforestation: the impact of urban political economy on housing tenure and urban forests
Abstract There has been substantial attention given to the benefits provided by urban forests, but little emphasis placed on the distribution of urban trees and the means by which trees areExpand
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