Journal of Political Ecology
Journal of Political Ecology
Volume 18 (2011)
Articles (abstracts are at the end of each PDF file)
1.  National Parks, coffee and NTFPs: the livelihood capabilities of Adivasis in Kodagu, India. By Shrinidhi Ambinakudige. Pp 1-10.  PDF
2. Political ecologies of wood and wax: sandalwood and beeswax as symbols and shapers of customary authority in the Oecusse enclave, Timor. By Laura Meitzner Yoder. Pp 11-24. PDF
3. Engaging with carbon markets: the Libya case. By Sebastian Thomas and Paul Dargusch. Pp 25-37. PDF
4. Parchedness, politics, and power: the state hydraulic in Yemen. By Scott Moore. Pp 38-50. PDF
5. Development and the Yucatec Maya in Quintana Roo: some successes and failures. By E.N. Anderson and Barbara Anderson. Pp 51-65. PDF
6. Conservation and conflict: the intensification of property rights disputes under market-based conservation in Chiapas, México. By Kate Ervine. Pp 66-80. PDF

Book Review

Culture change in a Bedouin tribe: the ‘arab al Hgerat, Lower Galilee, A.D. 1790-1977, by Rohn Eloul, (2010), Ann Arbor: Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan, 2010. Reviewed by Clinton Bailey. Pp 81-82.PDF