Summer break note with good wishes and a selection of events and blog posts for the pause, from the Undisciplined Environments Editorial Collective.
As we are used to at this time of the year, we will take a short summer break from publishing during the month of August, to recharge and continue working together the Fall. We wish everyone a restful and joyful summer, with renewed energies in the struggles for eco-social justice.
In the meantime, you can check out our most recently published posts:
- Alcarrás and the normalization of farmers’ disappearance, by Lucía Argüelles Ramos
- Political Ecologies of Pesticides: An introduction, by Lucía Argüelles Ramos.
- Food saving: too good not to commodify, by Juliane Miller
- Reconceptualising boundaries, by Giorgos Velegrakis
- Women Vs. Mining: A Video Project, by Novi Asti Lalasati and Eleonore Witschaß
- Public Water Services in times of emergency, by Gemma Gasseau
- Conflicts over the memorialization of water in Barcelona, by Lucia Alexandra Popartan and Camil Ungureanu
- Necro-Industry, Climate Trauma, and Radical Healing, by Irina Velicu
- Environmental Inequalities in Cairo’s Urban Housing Sector, by Haley Parzonko
- Colonial Ecologies of the Half Earth, by Austin Miles
You can also read some other most viewed posts since last September:
- Choosing to “stay with the trouble”, by Colectivo Mariposas -Jennifer J. Casolo, Selmira Flores Cruz and Noémi Gonda-, and Andrea J. Nightingale.
- Keeping the world alive and healthy – An interview with Stefania Barca, by Ethemcan Turhan
- The unequal university will never be ‘sustainable’, by Ana Diaz Vidal, Clara Freudenberg, Isabelle Darmon
- Degrowth and Feminist Political Ecology and Decoloniality, by Wendy Harcourt, Irene Leonardelli, Enid Still and Anna Voss
- Autogestión, reclaiming the right to self-management of water, by Marcela Olivera and Stefano Archidiacono (also in Spanish)
Finally, you can revisit some of the most popular posts from previous years:
- Far Right Ecologism and the Conceptual Deficiencies of Ecofascism, by Balsa Lubarda
- Green New Deal(s): A Resource List for Political Ecologists, by Gustavo García López and Diego Andreucci
- Building Eco-Paradise in End Times, by Olea Morris
- Emergenciocracy: why demanding the “climate emergency” is risky, by Giacomo D’Alisa
- Defending limits is not Malthusian, by Giorgos Kallis
- Undisciplining Political Ecology: A Minifesto, by Marco Armiero, Stefania Barca and Irina Velicu
- Weaving musical spaces of indigenous resistance for environmental justice by Álvaro Fernández-Llamazares
- “Namami Brahmaputra”: Worshipping a river, ignoring its materialities by Mitul Baruah
- The dystopian world of the Handmaid’s tale Part 1/2 and Part 2/2, by Júlia Hosta Cuy
- The trouble with rewilding, by Irma Allen
- Getting to know Escher by Panagiota Kotsila