Sustainable development frictions: lifestyle migration on the coast of Jalisco, Mexico

@article{Cardinal2020SustainableDF,
  title={Sustainable development frictions: lifestyle migration on the coast of Jalisco, Mexico},
  author={J. Cardinal},
  journal={Journal of Political Ecology},
  year={2020},
  volume={27},
  pages={1052-1071}
}
  • J. Cardinal
  • Published 2020
  • Political Science
  • Journal of Political Ecology
Abstract The concept of sustainability is materialized differently in luxury ecotourism development and in locally-directed community development initiatives. I examine the diverse environmental ideologies at play in these two distinct incarnations of "sustainable development" on the southern Jalisco, Mexico coast; first, in La Manzanilla, a community inhabited by a proportionately large population of leisure consumption-driven lifestyle migrants, then to the north, in elite ecotourism enclaves… Expand

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