October 15, 2020

From the commons to extractivism and back: The Story of Mahakam River in Indonesia

By Siti Maimunah and Sarah Agustiorini Increasing pressures from extractive industries on the Mahakam River in Kalimantan,  the second largest river in Indonesia, risk an irreparable destruction of a commons. Yet residents are actively organizing to reclaim the river as a common living space, as Siti Maimunah and Sarah Agustiorini illustrate in this new post of the series “Reimagining, remembering, and reclaiming water: from extractivism to commoning”.
August 12, 2020

‘Extracting Us’ Exhibition and Conversation Launches Online

The online exhibition  “Extracting Us” responds to the need to continue critical conversations around the political ecologies of extractivism in and beyond the COVID-19 public health crisis. 
May 13, 2020

Political ecologies of the far right: An introduction to the series

By Santiago Gorostiza. A new open Series that critically examines the far-right connections to environmental narratives and actions in the context of socioecological crisis.
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