2 edition of politics of ecology in South Africa found in the catalog.
politics of ecology in South Africa
David Alexander McDonald
Written in English
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Everyday Environmentalism develops a conversation between marxist theories of everyday life and recent work in urban political ecology, arguing for a philosophy of praxis in relation to the politics of urban environments. Grounding its theoretical debate in empirical studies of struggles to obtain water in the informal settlements of Durban, South Africa, as well as in the creative acts of. The social and material production of urban nature has recently emerged as an important area in urban studies, human/environmental interactions and social studies. This has been prompted by the recognition that the material conditions that comprise urban environments are not independent from social, political, and economic processes, or from the cultural construction of what constitutes the 1/5(1). book Student Politics in Africa: Representation and Activism and its companion publication, the special issue ‘Student Power in Africa’ of the Journal of Student Affairs in Africa (Vol. 3, Issue 1, ), would not have been possible without the encouragement, scholarly advice, and fundingFile Size: 1MB.
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Addressing issues of politics, landscape, and representation, chapters politics of ecology in South Africa book topics ranging from urban waterscapes to mountain agriculture, from GIS and environmental science to ecotourism and slavery.
The book provides a tour d'horizon of political ecology politics of ecology in South Africa book its foundational discipline, geography.
Useful for students, scholars, and practitioners, this will be an indispensable text for all /5(2). His main research interest is in the political ecology of transfrontier conservation areas. His most recent books are Cartographies of Nature: How Nature Conservation Animates Borders () and Land Reform in South Africa: an Uneven Transformation (co-authored with Brent McCusker and Bill Moseley, ).Format: Paperback.
Get this from a library. Water, waste, and wildlife: the politics of ecology in South Africa. [Eddie Koch; Dave Cooper; Henk Coetzee].
The South African ecologist and political activist Edward Roux (–) used evolutionary biology to argue against racism. During the cold-war, he transformed his communist beliefs into advocacy for scientific rationalism, management, and protection of nature against advancing by: 4.
This spatio-temporal juxtaposition is lacking in current research on political ecology while the politics of science appears marginal to critical scholarship on social nature.
Specifically, the book examines power relations in nature-related activities, demonstrates conditions under which nature and science are politicised, and also politics of ecology in South Africa book Cited by: 1. The Politics of Nature and Science in Southern Africa This spatio-temporal juxtaposition is lacking in current research on political ecology while the politics of science appears marginal to critical scholarship on social politics of ecology in South Africa book.
Specifically, the book examines power relations in nature-related activities, demonstrates conditions under. Books shelved as political-ecology: Political Ecology: A Critical Politics of ecology in South Africa book by Paul Robbins, Global Political Ecology by Richard Peet, Black Faces, Wh.
Urban Political Ecology and the Politics of Urban Metabolism. In the Nature of Cities book. Urban Political Ecology and the Politics of Urban Metabolism. Edited By Nik Heynen, Maria Kaika, Erik Swyngedouw. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook a view from South Africa.
By South Africa LAILA SMITH AND GREG RUITERS. View Cited by: This book brings a perspective of political ecology to the complexities of urban trees and forests through three themes: human agency in urban forests and greenspace; arboreal and greenspace agency in the urban landscape; and actions and interventions in the urban forest.
Book Description. The Political Economy of Africa addresses the real possibilities for African development in the coming decades when seen in the light of the continent’s economic performance over the last half-century. This involves an effort to emancipate our thinking from the grip of western economic models that have often ignored Africa’s diversity in their rush to peddle simple nostrums of.
An introduction to African politics, this course will provide for its participants a general survey of the main issues regarding politics in the continent.
Areas covered range from political system types, political economies, and political cultures of diverse. Tourism is today the second largest item of world trade. Politics of ecology in South Africa book is a source of bitter controversy and yet a topic of intense regional collaboration in both international and sub-national politics.
Jones () addresses these questions in summarizing history of PAs in Africa through political ecology theory. Other writers, such as Brockington () and Neumann () state that PAs are.
The political ecology of renewable energy in South Africa First coined by Wolf () in the seminal paper Ownership and Political Ecology, the concept of political ecology traditionally focused on the neo-Marxist world systems by: Books shelved as african-politics: In the Footsteps of Mr.
Kurtz: Living on the Brink of Disaster in Mobutu's Congo by Michela Wrong, Long Walk to Freedo. This is an introductory text on the government and politics of the new South Africa. Based on the Constitution, as well as the political developments and practices in the country sinceincluding those since the elections.
South Africa: Politics, Economy, and U.S. Relations Congressional Research Service Summary South Africa is a multi-racial, majority black southern African country of nearly 52 million.
It held its first universal suffrage elections inafter a transition from white minority rule underCited by: 2. The Political Ecology of Oil and Gas Activities in the Nigerian Aquatic Ecosystem reviews the current status of the ecosystems and economic implications of oil and gas development in Nigeria, a key oil-producing state.
The ecological and economic impacts of oil and gas development, particularly in developing nations, are crucial topics for. The Political Ecology group is a distinct and vibrant cluster of researchers and students. We offer critical perspectives and research on human-environmental issues, particularly the implications of social and environmental relationships and change in the Global South.
The Political Economy and Political Ecology of the Hydro‐Social Cycle Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Contemporary Water Research & Education (1) - 60.
Practicing Feminist Political Ecologies explores the latest thinking on feminist political ed is a collective critique of the “green economy,” an analysis of the post-Rio+20 UN conference debates, and a nuanced study of the impact that the current ecological and economic crisis will have on a diverse range of women and their communities.
I Political ecology as an analytical framework originated in the with a paper by Eric Wolf is seen as the earliest work of political ecology. The path breaking work of Piers Blaikie powerfully and explicitly merged environmental studies with political economy.
The book focused on the ways inFile Size: KB. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. Download Politics Books for FREE. All formats available for PC, Mac, eBook Readers and other mobile devices.
Large selection and many more categories to choose from. The Nature of German Imperialism Conservation and the Politics of Wildlife in Colonial East Africa Bernhard Gissibl.
it succeeds in linking past events and controversies of political ecology to the present. University of South : Bernhard Gissibl. South African Politics: An Introduction OUP Southern Africa The book approaches South African politics through a democratic development perspective.
The question of what are South Africa's prospects for democratic consolidation forms the underlying thread throughout the book. This book covers research and monitoring to span the entire project continuum – starting with planning and design, through construction and into maintenance and management.
It focuses on impacts and solutions for species groups and specific regions, with particular emphasis on the unique challenges facing Asia, South America and Africa. Since the end of apartheid in the African National Congress (ANC) has dominated South Africa's politics. The ANC is the ruling party in the national legislature, as well as in eight of the nine provinces (Western Cape is governed by the Democratic Alliance).The ANC received % of the vote during the general had received % of the popular vote in the municipal.
Conservation Biology in Sub-Saharan Africa is an extremely well-written and beautifully illustrated magnum opus on almost all things biological that pertain to the difficult subject of conservation in sub-Saharan Africa.
It can be viewed as a primer on ecology, a call to arms and, almost, a cry of despair as much as a reference on : John W. Wilson, Richard B. Primack. The African National Congress (ANC) won a resounding victory in South Africa’s first democratic election in with a host of promises that it would improve the lives of the Black majority (85% of the population).
And whilst there have been gains in some areas, overall, most Black South Africans are materially worse off [ ]. In the swamp regions of north-east Africa papyrus and associated plants, including the soft-wooded ambach, flourished in immense quantities, and little else is found in the way of vegetation.
South Africa is largely destitute of forest save in the lower valleys and coast regions. They explain how the effects of climate change are linked to existing social, economic and political-institutional structures and action by the State. The authors show how social movements in Africa shape climate policy «from below».
The volume serves as an introduction into climate change in Africa. “States of Disease is a major contribution to the study of the political ecology of health. Drawing upon long-term research from Southern Africa, King shows how human health is produced through complex social, political, and economic systems.
Ecological-Economic Narratives for Resisting Extractive Industries in Africa Petroleum Accidents in the Global South Transnational Corporations, Violence and Suffering: The Environmental, Public Health and Social Impacts From Comparative Case Studies in Zimbabwe and Uganda.
Large-scale mining and ecological imperialism in Africa: the politics of mining and conservation of the ecology in Ghana. a political ecology analysis of securitization and exclusion in Durban, South Africa.
Marc Ronald Kalina, Alexio Mbereko, Brij Maharaj, Amanda Botes. Steeped in Heritage offers a novel contribution to a long tradition of deeply ethnographic political ecology scholarship. This book will interest scholars working on a vast range of issues including indigeneity, environmental change, climate change, agricultural labor, identity politics, multispecies relationships, place-based products, and Author: Ives, Sarah.
Everyday Environmentalism develops a conversation between marxist theories of everyday life and recent work in urban political ecology, arguing for a philosophy of praxis in relation to the politics of urban environments.
Grounding its theoretical debate in empirical studies of struggles to obtain water in the informal settlements of Durban, South Africa, as well as in the creative acts of Cited by: The Politics and Governance of Basic Education A Tale of Two South African Provinces Edited by Brian Levy, Robert Cameron, Ursula Hoadley, and Vinothan Naidoo.
Uses cutting edge and multidisciplinary approaches to analyse the politics of service provision and serves as a model for how similar research can be conducted in other countries and sectors.
In political ecology, the environment is seen as a force influencing material and political outcomes, but also as a major site of social and political struggle. The governance of climate change involves in the first instance the politics of how the scientific facts of climate change and.
South Africa is a relative newcomer to international peacekeeping, commencing its contributions in with the deployment of personnel in what it claimed was a Southern African Development Community (SADC) intervention in Lesotho.
South Africa’s first UN deployment came in in MONUC in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). political ecology. In the s, however, political ecology branched out in pdf directions in which the place of biophysical ecology became less central.
Some scholars complained that the ÔstructuralistÕ political ecology of the s, with its focus on the role of political economy in shaping the environmental decision-making.The third section, on Africa’s multiple crises and the environment, focuses attention on the impact of economic and political crises on the continent’s ecosystem.
It is argued that these crises further degrade the environment and deepen social contradictions, which explode into conflicts over shrinking resources.The Cape Town Ebook Group was a South Africa -based radical environmental group, founded inas a "child of Koeberg Alert", and active until the early s.
It espoused a more political-oriented green ideology as opposed to the apartheid-based conservation groups of the time.