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La Nueva Extracción: ¿Se re-escribe la ecología política de los Andes?

| Por Anthony Bebbington | Publicado en Umbrales vol. 20: 285-306 (Universidad Mayor San Andres, Bolivia) | Resumen: Los países andino-amazónicos viven un período de expansión de las industrias extractivas, reflejando procesos mundiales y regionales además de políticas nacionales. No obstante las diferencias entre los proyectos políticos de los gobiernos andino-amazónicos, sus políticas frente al sector extractivo […]

Transnational livelihoods and landscapes: political ecologies of globalization

| By A. Bebbington and S. Batterbury | Published in Ecumene: a journal of cultural geography, Vol. 8. No. 4 pp 369-380 | Abstract: This paper introduces a collection of articles on ‘Transnational livelihoods and landscapes’. We outline the analytical value of grounding political ecologies of globalization in notions of livelihood, scale, place and network. This requires an […]

Environmental histories, access to resources and landscape change: an introduction

| By S. Batterbury and A. Bebbington | Published in Land Degradation and Development, vol. 10 (4): 279-288 | Abstract: This paper forms the introduction to a special issue of this journal entitled ‘Environmental Histories, Access to Resources and Landscape Change’, that poses challenges to the ways in which the multiple dimensions of resource degradation are understood, […]

Social capital, development and access to resources in highland Ecuador

| By A. Bebbington and T. Perreault | Published in Economic Geography, Vol. 75 (4): 395-418 | Abstract: Building on recent statements calling for greater emphasis on the roles of organized actors and civil society in development research, in this paper we analyze the utility of themes raised in current debates on social capital for pursuing such […]