Content Index

The authors draw on empirical experience to assess the extent of the impact of race and social equity in conservation, with the aim of promoting sustainable and more inclusive conservation practices in South Africa. Their findings suggest conservation practices in post-apartheid South Africa are still exclusionary for the majority black population.

Ludger Brenner analyzes the potentials and limitations of multi-stakeholder platforms (known as advisory councils) in Mexico that are involved in protected area and resource management in the peripheral regions.

The authors explore the case of a Privately Protected Area (PPA) in Chilean Patagonia to learn its impact on local residents. Based on in-depth, semi-structured interviews, they find that the park has been detrimental to local livelihoods, has disrupted systems of production, and has elicited a negative emotional response.

Once introduced to promote the fur industry, beavers in Tierra del Fuego are now deemed an invasive population to be eradicated.

This article focuses on the contingent practices that constitute oyster aquaculture in contemporary Japan and the multiple forms of more-than-human entanglements that emerge as a result.

The Maijuna, an endangered indigenous group, are fighting for survival in the midst of development pressures in the Peruvian Amazon.

A noxious air forces Mexico City to confront its unwavering urbanizing and industrializing mission in the late twentieth century.

Through speculative, poetic, and provocative texts, thirteen writers and artists have come together to reflect on human relationships with other species and the planet.

This article investigates the origins of the exploitation of sperm whales off the Brazilian coast in the eighteenth century.

A flooding in the Saint Petersburg metro divided the city into two parts for nearly a decade.