Content Index

Drawing on interviews with 25 Australian environmental leaders, the authors ask how international instruments with cosmopolitan ambitions influence the discourse and practice of national and subnational environmentalists attempting to find common ground with Indigenous groups.

Flood memory in Townsville is strong, but this does not align with the city’s capacity to live sustainably with floods.

José Paronella’s dream continues at Paronella Park despite catastrophic flood and cyclonic events.

This article rethinks the environmental history of water and power in Copiapó between 1744 and 1801.

Based on 25 interviews with Australian environmental leaders, the authors assess the value and benefit of the World Heritage Convention and the UNDRIP in relation to Indigenous communities and cosmopolitanism.

This article explores the prospects and politics of indigenous participation in multi-sector conservation, using the case of the Boreal Leadership Council (BLC) in Canada. It concludes that multi-sector conservation creates both new possibilities for indigenous empowerment and new forms of marginalization through the reproduction of a (post)colonial geography of exclusion.

The author analyzes the increase of human-wildlife conflict (HWC) in Mozambique’s Limpopo National Park due to conservation-induced displacement.

Stephan Hochleithner argues that multi-dimensional resistance to Virunga National Park’s conservation strategies ties in with general conflict dynamics in eastern DRC, while at the same time reproducing them within the realm of nature conservation, tightly interwoven with global dynamics.

This article focuses on contemporary literary and musical interpretations of changing relationships between humans and the environment in Mongolia. The author explores how these works relate to deep time, and crosshatches biographical, mythological, and geologic understandings of time.

The article explores the opposing practices and philosophies between the Sámi people and state policymakers in northern Norway in terms of the human-environment relationship with a particular focus on language translation issues.