Journal of Political Ecology
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Volume 22 (2015)

Articles 

  1. Kirsten Valentine Cadieux and Rachel Slocum. 2015. What does it mean to do food justice? Journal of Political Ecology 22: 1-26. PDF

  2. Rachel Slocum and Kirsten Valentine Cadieux. 2015. Notes on the practice of food justice in the U.S.: understanding and confronting trauma and inequity. Journal of Political Ecology 22: 27-52. PDF

  3. Dana E. Powell. 2015. The rainbow is our sovereignty: rethinking the politics of energy on the Navajo Nation. Journal of Political Ecology 22: 53-78. PDF

  4. Thomas J. Conte. 2015. The effects of China's grassland contract policy on Mongolian herders' attitudes towards grassland management in northeastern Inner Mongolia. Journal of Political Ecology 22: 79-97. PDF

  5. Gian Carlo Delgado-Ramos. 2015. Water and the political ecology of urban metabolism: the case of Mexico City. Journal of Political Ecology 22: 98-114. PDF

  6. Rachel Slocum and Teresa Gowan. 2015. Les économies alternatives dans les Corbières et la Haute Vallée de l'Aude: vers le travail non aliéné et l'approvisionnement communautaire. Journal of Political Ecology 22: 115-145. PDF

  7. Autumn Thoyre. 2015. Constructing environmentalist identities through green neoliberal identity work. Journal of Political Ecology 22: 146-163. PDF

  8. R. Patrick Bixler, Jampel Dell'Angelo, Orleans Mfune and Hassan Roba. 2015. The political ecology of participatory conservation: institutions and discourse. Journal of Political Ecology 22: 164-182. PDF

  9. Consuelo Biskupovic. 2015. From rural haven to civil political project: utopian ideals and environmental protection in the precordillera, Santiago, Chile. Journal of Political Ecology 22: 183-198. PDF

  10. Santanu Rakshit. 2015. Revisiting environmental concern: the role of the United Nations in development management. Journal of Political Ecology 22: 199-210. PDF

  11. Ivan Murray Mas. 2015. The fishing footprint of a tourism-based economy: displacing seafood consumption from local to distant waters in the Balearic Islands. Journal of Political Ecology 22: 211-238. PDF

  12. Ryan Anderson. 2015. Sustainability, ideology, and the politics of development in Cabo Pulmo, Baja California Sur, Mexico. Journal of Political Ecology 22: 239-254. PDF

  13. Leah Temper, Daniela del Bene and Joan Martinez-Alier. 2015. Mapping the frontiers and front lines of global environmental justice: the EJAtlas. Journal of Political Ecology 22: 255-278. PDF

  14. Erin R. Eldridge. 2015. The continuum of coal violence and post-coal possibilities in the Appalachian South. Journal of Political Ecology 22: 279-298. PDF

  15. Laura S. Meitzner Yoder. 2015. The development eraser: fantastical schemes, aspirational distractions and high modern mega-events in the Oecusse enclave, Timor-Leste. Journal of Political Ecology 22: 299-321. PDF

  16. Alexio Mbereko, Billy B. Mukamuri and Moses J. Chimbari. 2015. Exclusion and contest over wetlands used for farming in Zimbabwe: a case study of a broad-ridge and broad-furrow tillage system on Zungwi Vlei. Journal of Political Ecology 22: 322-338. PDF

  17. Eirin Hongslo. 2015. An ecology of difference: fence-line contrast photographs as scientific models in ecology. Journal of Political Ecology 22: 339-356. PDF

Nos. 18-23: Special Section on "Towards a political ecology of applied anthropology," edited by James R. Veteto and Joshua Lockyer.


  1. James R. Veteto and Joshua Lockyer. 2015. Applying anthropology to what? tactical/ethical decisions in an age of global neoliberal imperialism. Journal of Political Ecology 22: 357-367. PDF

  2. Dvera Saxton. 2015. Ethnographic movement methods: anthropology takes on the pesticide industry. Journal of Political Ecology 22: 368-388. PDF

  3. Lucero Radonic and Sarah Kelly-Richards. 2015. Pipes and praxis: a methodological contribution to the urban political ecology of water. Journal of Political Ecology 22: 389-409. PDF

  4. David Meek. 2015. Taking research with its roots: restructuring schools in the Brazilian landless workers' movement upon the principles of a political ecology of education. Journal of Political Ecology 22: 410-428. PDF

  5. A. June Brawner. 2015. Permaculture in the margins: realizing Central European regeneration. Journal of Political Ecology 22: 429-444. PDF

  6. Brian C. Campbell and James R. Veteto. 2015. Free seeds and food sovereignty: anthropology and grassroots agrobiodiversity conservation strategies in the US South. Journal of Political Ecology 22: 445-465. PDF


  1. Adrian Gonzalez. 2015. The political ecology of voice (PEV); an innovative approach to examining environmental pollution and the accountability of economic actors. Journal of Political Ecology 22: 466-485. PDF

Book Reviews

Engel-Di Mauro, Salvatore. 2014. Ecology, soils, and the left: an ecosocial approach. New York, USA: Palgrave Macmillan. Reviewed by Levi Van Sant.

Gandy, Matthew. 2014. The fabric of space: water, modernity, and the urban imagination. Cambridge, USA: The MIT Press. Reviewed by Pedro Paulo Soares.

Hung, Po-Yi. 2015. Tea production, land use politics and ethnic minorities struggling over dilemmas in China's southwest frontier. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Reviewed by Kathryn Gomersall.

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