About this issue

Drawing on ecofeminist theory, environmental politics, and queer theory and ecology, this volume sheds light on the connections between masculinities and environmental change. The essays in this collection examine how hegemonic masculinities are performed and how they are reproduced under conditions of climate change, often perpetuating racial and gender inequalities and unequal power relations. The contributors reveal the making and negotiating of masculinities in very different cultural and economic settings, from central Africa to Central America, to the USA and Japan. Together, these scholars, academics, artists, and activists explore how masculine roles, identities, and practices shape human relationships with the more-than-human world.

How to cite: MacGregor, Sherilyn and Nicole Seymour (Eds). “Men and Nature: Hegemonic Masculinities and Environmental Change,” RCC Perspectives: Transformations in Environment and Society 2017, no. 4. doi.org/10.5282/rcc/7977.