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New book reviews, 2018

Spring has finally sprung in the Northern Hemisphere, and here at Antipode we’re looking back at a winter in which we’ve published some brilliant book reviews. As well as three … Continue reading

22 March 2018 · Leave a comment

Grounding the Anthropocene: Sites, Subjects, Struggles in the Bakken Oil Fields

Grounding the Anthropocene: Sites, Subjects, Struggles in the Bakken Oil Fields A report from an Antipode Foundation International Workshop Bruce Braun, Mat Coleman, Mary Thomas, and Kathryn Yusoff Figure 1: … Continue reading

3 November 2015 · 1 Comment

New papers published in November

In the last month we’ve published seven great papers: Gentrification Interrupted in Salford, UK: From New Deal to “Limbo-Land” in a Contemporary Urban Periphery by Andrew Wallace (University of Lincoln) … Continue reading

4 December 2014 · Leave a comment

New Antipode papers available now

The first two issues of Antipode 47 have now been sent to the publishers. They’ll be available in Wiley Online Library in early 2015; the papers, though, can be read … Continue reading

11 November 2014 · 2 Comments

Video abstract – Matt Himley talks about ‘Regularizing Extraction in Andean Peru: Mining and Social Mobilization in an Age of Corporate Social Responsibility’

Mining and miners have been in the news a lot recently, with the injustices at Lonmin’s Marikana mine taking centre stage (see here and here). For resource geographers we think … Continue reading

30 August 2012 · Leave a comment

Carbon debt and climate justice: Moving on from Durban

by Sara Nelson, University of Minnesota Carbon prices fell to record lows on 5 January, with declines driven by the Eurozone debt crisis and an over-allocation of credits in Europe’s … Continue reading

27 January 2012 · 2 Comments

Carbon’s strange loop: Oil and emissions credits at Durban

by Sara Nelson, University of Minnesota One outcome of the recent UN Climate Change Conference in Durban is particularly revealing for efforts to understand the ‘new carbon economy’ (see Antipode … Continue reading

13 January 2012 · Leave a comment

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