Counter-Hegemonic Narratives and the Politics of Plurality: Problematising Global Environmental Governance from Latin America through the Case of Bolivia

@article{Coletta2018CounterHegemonicNA,
  title={Counter-Hegemonic Narratives and the Politics of Plurality: Problematising Global Environmental Governance from Latin America through the Case of Bolivia},
  author={M. Coletta and Malayna Raftopoulos},
  journal={Iberoamericana: Nordic Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies},
  year={2018},
  volume={47},
  pages={108-117}
}
This article seeks to problematise current frameworks of global environmental governance by examining how the neoliberal model continues to rely on the state to suppress plurinational justice. Firstly, it discusses the creation of counter-hegemonic discourses through the emergence of new centres of epistemic production. Secondly, it analyses the ways in which these narratives interact, or fail to interact, with state policies on a local, national and international level through the case study… Expand
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