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  • 1
    UID:
    gbv_1869691873
    Format: 1 Online-Ressource (XIX, 353 Seiten) , Illustrationen, Karten
    ISBN: 9789004686182
    Series Statement: International development policy volume 16
    Content: The frontiers of extraction are expanding rapidly, driven by a growing demand for minerals and metals that is often motivated by sustainability considerations. Two volumes of International Development Policy are dedicated to the paradoxes and futures of green extractivism, with analyses of experiences from five continents. In this, the second of the two volumes, the 22 authors, using different conceptual approaches and in different empirical contexts, demonstrate the alarming obduracy of the logic of extractivism, even - and perhaps especially - in the growing support for the so-called green transition. The authors highlight the complex and enduring legacies of resource extraction and the urgent need to move beyond extractive models of development towards alternative pathways that prioritise social justice, environmental sustainability, democratic governance and the well-being of both humans and non-humans. They also caution us against the assumption that anti-extraction is anti-extractivist, that post-extraction is post-extractivism, and they critically attune us to the systemic nature of extractivism in ways that both connect and transcend any particular site or scale. This volume accompanies IDP 15, The Lives of Extraction: Identities, Communities, and the Politics of Place.
    Note: Literaturangaben, Register , Introduction : global afterlives of extraction , Post-extractivism : debates and practices , Expanding extractivisms : extractivisms as modes of extraction sustaining imperial modes of living , The structures of conquest : debating extractivism(s), infrastructures and environmental justice for advancing post-development pathways , Logics of extraction and of the valorisation of culture : the role of post-extraction investment in the creation of inequality in China , Regulating mine rehabilitation and closure on indigenous held lands : insights from the regulated resource states of Australia and Canada , Resilience, contestation and resistance , Aluminium in Suriname (1898–2020) : an industry came and went, but its impacts on the Maroon communities remain , Contesting extraction : challenges for coalition building between agrarian and anti-mining movements , 'We are nature defending itself' : the forest of dannenrod occupation as an example of contested extractivism in the global north , National resources, resistance, and the afterlives of the new international economic order in Bangladesh , 'Green' extractivism and its discontents , The 'alterlives' of green extractivism : lithium mining and exhausted ecologies in the Atacama Desert , Green masquerade : neo-liberalism, extractive renewable energy transitions, and the 'good' anthropocene in South Africa , Electric vehicle paradise? : exploring the value chains of green extractivism , English
    Additional Edition: ISBN 9789004538856
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Druck-Ausgabe The afterlives of extraction Leiden : Brill, 2024 ISBN 9789004538856
    Language: English
    Keywords: Aufsatzsammlung
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  • 2
    UID:
    gbv_1870522427
    Format: 1 Online-Ressource (XVII, 295 Seiten) , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 9789004685994
    Series Statement: International development policy volume 15
    Content: The frontiers of extraction are expanding rapidly, driven by a growing demand for minerals and metals that is often motivated by sustainability considerations. Two volumes of International Development Policy are dedicated to the paradoxes and futures of green extractivism, with analyses of experiences from five continents. In this, the first of these two volumes, 16 authors offer a critical and nuanced understanding of the social, cultural and political dimensions of extraction. The experiences of communities, indigenous peoples and workers in extractive contexts are deeply shaped by narratives, imaginaries and the complexity of social contexts. These dimensions are crucial to making extraction possible and to sustaining its expansion, but also to identifying possibilities for resistance, and to paving the way for alternative, post-extractive economies. This volume is accompanied by IDP 16, The Afterlives of Extraction: Alternatives and Sustainable Futures.
    Note: Introduction : global lives of extraction , Community, labout and social life , Migrants and the politics of presence on the South African platinum mining belt , Chromite mining cooperatives, tribute mining contracts, and rural livelihoods in Zimbabwe, 1985–2021 , 'Le fléau de la soude caustique' : bauxite refining, social reproduction, and the role of women's promotion groups , Time for an outcome evaluation? : the experience of indigenous communities with mining benefit sharing agreements , Scales of space and time , Struggles over resource decentralisation : legislative reform, corporate resistance and Canadian aid partnerships in Burkina Faso , The promise of gold : gold and governance in China's borderlands, then and now , Spaces of extraction in Europe : the corporate-state-mining complex and resistance in Greece and Romania , Muddled times : temporality and gold mining in Colombia and Venezuela , Extractive frontiers : narratives and discourses , Exploration, storytelling and frontier-making in the Colombian Andes , (Im)mobility economies : extractivism of the refugee as a human commodity , Anti-extractive rumouring in the Russian north-east , English
    Additional Edition: ISBN 9789004538849
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Druck-Ausgabe The lives of extraction Leiden : Brill/Nijhoff, 2024 ISBN 9789004538849
    Language: English
    Keywords: Aufsatzsammlung
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  • 3
    UID:
    gbv_1885765525
    Format: 1 Online-Ressource
    ISBN: 9789004686182 , 9789004538856
    Content: The frontiers of extraction are expanding rapidly, driven by a growing demand for minerals and metals that is often motivated by sustainability considerations. Two volumes of International Development Policy are dedicated to the paradoxes and futures of green extractivism, with analyses of experiences from five continents. In this, the second of the two volumes, the 22 authors, using different conceptual approaches and in different empirical contexts, demonstrate the alarming obduracy of the logic of extractivism, even - and perhaps especially - in the growing support for the so-called green transition. The authors highlight the complex and enduring legacies of resource extraction and the urgent need to move beyond extractive models of development towards alternative pathways that prioritise social justice, environmental sustainability, democratic governance and the well-being of both humans and non-humans. They also caution us against the assumption that anti-extraction is anti-extractivist, that post-extraction is post-extractivism, and they critically attune us to the systemic nature of extractivism in ways that both connect and transcend any particular site or scale. This volume accompanies IDP 15, The Lives of Extraction: Identities, Communities, and the Politics of Place
    Note: English
    Language: Undetermined
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  • 4
    UID:
    gbv_1885772157
    Format: 1 Online-Ressource
    ISBN: 9789004685994 , 9789004538849
    Content: The frontiers of extraction are expanding rapidly, driven by a growing demand for minerals and metals that is often motivated by sustainability considerations. Two volumes of International Development Policy are dedicated to the paradoxes and futures of green extractivism, with analyses of experiences from five continents. In this, the first of these two volumes, 16 authors offer a critical and nuanced understanding of the social, cultural and political dimensions of extraction. The experiences of communities, indigenous peoples and workers in extractive contexts are deeply shaped by narratives, imaginaries and the complexity of social contexts. These dimensions are crucial to making extraction possible and to sustaining its expansion, but also to identifying possibilities for resistance, and to paving the way for alternative, post-extractive economies. This volume is accompanied by IDP 16, The Afterlives of Extraction: Alternatives and Sustainable Futures
    Note: English
    Language: Undetermined
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  • 5
    UID:
    gbv_769161391
    ISSN: 1433-6359
    In: Femina Politica e.V., Femina politica, Leverkusen : Budrich, 1997, 22(2013), 1, Seite 144-147, 1433-6359
    In: volume:22
    In: year:2013
    In: number:1
    In: pages:144-147
    Language: English
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