Social mobilization, knowledge and the political
This book concentrates upon how economic rationalities have been embedded into particular historical practices, cultures, and moral systems. Through multiple case-studies, situated in different historical contexts of the modern West, the book show...
Stefan Gaarsmand Jacobsen is an Assistant Professor at Roskilde University, Denmark.
Editor's preface, Stefan Gaarsmand Jacobsen PART I The Climate Justice movement: formation and critical economic debates 1. Climate Justice as anti-corporate economic mobilization, Stefan Gaarsmand Jacobsen 2. Climate debt: the origins of a subversive misnomer, Rikard Warlenius 3. Natural capital, carbon trading and climate sanctions, Patrick Bond PART II Economic Climate Justice in practice 4. The indigenous climate justice of the Unistoten resistance, Sam Bliss and Leah Temper 5. Divestment as climate justice: weighing the power of the fossil fuel divestment movement, Georges Alexandre Lenferna 6. Carbon trading, cimate justice and labor resistance: definition power in the South Africa campaign One Million Climate Jobs, Emanuele Leonardi PART III New paradigms from below 7. Community economies and climate justice, Gerda Roelvink 8. Growth, power and domination: degrowth and perspectives for climate justice, Ulrich Brand 9. On social ecology and the movement for climate justice, Brian Tokar