SEASON 2: GLOBAL ECOPOLITICS
A podcast series offering core content for university students studying environmental politics.
In this episode, Peter and Ryan give listeners a sneak peek at what's in store for season 2 of The EcoPolitics Podcast!
Dr. Hayley Stevenson ( l’Universidad Torcuato Di Tella) and Dr. Simon Dalby (Wilfrid Laurier University) join us with a wide-ranging conversation, from defining the field of global ecopolitics to delving into the concept of environmental security, helping to set the scene for Season 2 of The EcoPolitics Podcast.
What are some of the main theoretical approaches and methods used in the study of Global Ecopolitics? In this episode Dr. Raul Pacheco-Vega (FLACSO) provides some very helpful answers and further explains the relationship between theory and method for students of Global Ecopolitics.
In this episode, Dr. Joseph E. Mbaiwa (University of Botswana) and Dr. Chris Brown (Carleton University) help us examine the theme of eco-colonialism and global environmental justice through a case study on wildlife conservation in Botswana.
In this episode, we speak with Dr. Jennifer Allan of Cardiff University to get a better sense of how NGOs are shaping the climate movement, and the potential opportunities that arise for a green recovery post-COVID.
Great Power Politics and the Environment
Multilateral Agreements and Institutions in Global Ecopolitics
Environmental Justice and the Anthropocene
Indigenous Environmental Rights: The Maya of Belize.
Net Zero Carbon Agriculture? The case of Aotearoa/NZ
Metaphors for Climate Governance
Growth, Degrowth, Agrowth
Resources, Population and the Global Environment: A Case Study in Water
Global Cities, Environmental Politics, and Low Carbon Transition