Green Militarization: Anti-Poaching Efforts and the Spatial Contours of Kruger National Park

@inproceedings{Lunstrum2014GreenMA,
  title={Green Militarization: Anti-Poaching Efforts and the Spatial Contours of Kruger National Park},
  author={Elizabeth Lunstrum},
  year={2014}
}
Building from scholarship charting the complex, often ambivalent, relationship between military activity and the environment, and the more recent critical geographical work on militarization, this article sheds light on a particular meshing of militarization and conservation: green militarization. An intensifying yet surprisingly understudied trend around the world, this is the use of military and paramilitary personnel, training, technologies, and partnerships in the pursuit of conservation… CONTINUE READING

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