Tag Archives: environment

Land Control and Regime Survival in Cambodia

After a publishing hiatus of 7 weeks, we are pleased to advise that papers and reviews are now being processed to online publication. The first to make it through the delays at the publisher is “After the Grab? Land Control … Continue reading

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Green Designs for 21st Century Socialism

Green Designs for 21st Century Socialism is a new blog post by co-editor Richard Westra at The Bullet. Richard is an International Adjunct Professor at the Center for Macao Studies, University of Macao. His latest book is Periodizing Capitalism and … Continue reading

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China’s environment

In a new review at JCA, Graeme Lang reviews the second edition of Judith Shapiro’s China’s Environmental Challenges (DOI: 10.1080/00472336.2016.1207795). Published by Polity Press, China’s Environmental Challenges is an important overview of China’s environmental problems. As a second edition, Lang … Continue reading

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“Green” China

A newly-posted article at the JCA publisher’s website is the article “The ‘Greening’ of China: Progress, Limitations and Contradictions” by Chiara Piovani (DOI: 10.1080/00472336.2016.1203011). Dr Piovani is with the Department of Economics at University of Denver in the USA. As … Continue reading

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Cars in Vietnam

Arve Hansen, a PhD candidate at the University of Oslo’s Centre for Development and Environment, has a new article at JCA’s website. Driving development? The problems and promises of the car in Vietnam (DOI: 10.1080/00472336.2016.1151916). His abstract states: The private … Continue reading

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Capitalism and environment

Some readers might find this issue of the Journal of Human Rights and the Environment of interest. It engages with the relationship between ‘ecosystem services’ and capitalism, with a particular focus on the controversial question of payment for ecosystem services … Continue reading

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Environmental politics in Thailand and Myanmar

Oxford University’s Matthew Walton has completed a review for JCA that is just out at the Journal’s website. Reviewing Adam Simpson’s Energy, Governance and Security in Thailand and Myanmar (Burma): A Critical Approach to Environmental Politics in the South, Walton … Continue reading

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