Environmental politics and social movements
Moving society to more sustainable modes necessarily entails questioning the current distribution of power. Politics at LUCID are understood, not only as the operations of the state but, as the broader dynamics of power in society in general with particular attention to the subjects wielding and vying for it. Thus understood, politics of the environment play out in multiple arenas at many levels, from the international relationships between states, international organisations and transnational corporations to grass roots struggles, for recognition and redistribution, in the form of social movements. These, and much between, form the content under analysis within the theme: environmental politics and social movements.
- Seminar: James Meadowcroft: The politics of environmental limits, Dec. 4th 2014.
- Seminar: Communicating and acting on climate change in Brazil, Nov. 21st 2014.
- PhD defense seminar, Vasna Ramasar, Fluid politics: Scalar politics in the South African waterscape Nov. 7th 2014.
- Workshop on ocean grabbing and neoliberalization, Nov. 3rd 2014
- Workshop on climate change, migration and neo-liberalism, Sep. 11-12, 2014
- Magnusdottir, G. L. and Kronsell, A. (2014). The (in)visibility of gender in Scandinavian climate policy-making. The International Feminist Journal of Politics.
- Bettini, G. and Andersson, E. (2014) Sand Waves and Human Tides: Exploring Environmental Myths on Desertification and Climate-Induced Migration. The Journal of Environment & Development Doi:10.1177/1070496513519896
- Bettini, G. (2013) (In)Convenient Convergences: ‘Climate Refugees’, apocalyptic discourses and the depoliticization of climate induced migration. In: (De)constructing the Greenhouse. Interpretive Approaches to Global Climate Governance. Eds. Chris Methmann, Delf Rothe, Benjamin Stephan Published 30th April 2013 by Routledge – 266 pages. p.122-138.
- Bettini, Giovanni (2013) Climatised Moves – Climate-induced Migration and the Politics of Environmental Discourse. Lund Dissertations in Sustainability Science Vol 5, Lund University
- Brandstedt, E., Bergman, A-K (2013) Climate rights: feasible or not? Environmental Politics, 22:3, 394-409.
- Eduards, Maud och Annica Kronsell (2013) Konflikt och säkerhet i Maud Eduards, Paulina de los Reyes, och Fia Sundevall (red) Internationella relationer. Könskritiska perspektiv, Malmö: Liber.
- Hansen, M. (2013) New geographies of conservation and globalisation: the spatiality of development for conservation in the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, South Africa. Journal of Contemporary African Studies p. 1-22.
- Kaijser, A. and A. Kronsell (2013) Climate Change through the Lens of Intersectionality. Environmental Politics, 2013.
- Kaijser, A. (2013) White Ponchos Dripping Away? Glacier Narratives in Bolivian Climate Change Discourse. In: (De)constructing the Greenhouse. Interpretive Approaches to Global Climate Governance. Eds. Chris Methmann, Delf Rothe, Benjamin Stephan. Published 30th April 2013 by Routledge – 266 pages, p-189-197.
- Kronsell, A. (2013) Gender and transition in climate governance. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, 2013. 7: p. 1-15.
- Kronsell, A., Bergman Rosamond, A. (2013) Cosmopolitanism, Feminist Ethics and Scandinavian Peacebuilding at International Studies Association Conference, San Francisco, April 3-6, 2013.
- Kronsell, Annica (2013) Legitimacy for climate policy: politics and participation in the Green City of Freiburg’, Local Environment, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13549839.2012.748732.
- Kronsell, A., Stensöta, H. (2013) Is the empathetic state also the green state? The Scandinavian example revisited, at the 3rd European Conference on Politics and Gender, Barcelona, March 21-23, 2013.
- Lund, E. (2013) Hybrid Governance in Practice: Public and Private Actors in the Kyoto Protocol’s Clean Development Mechanism. Dissertation, Department of Political Science Lund University.
- Nilsson, Lars J et al. (2013) I ljuset av framtiden: styrning mot nollutsläpp 2050, Syntes av resultat från forskningsprojektet LETS 2050 (www.lets2050.se).