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Bibliography: Climate Crisis and Environmental Protest in Latin America

Further reading

  •  Abers, R., & Keck, M. (2013). Practical Authority: Agency and Institutional Change in Brazilian Water Politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press

  • Atkins, Ed. (2017). “Dammed and Diversionary: The Multi-Dimensional Framing of Brazil's Belo Monte Dam.” Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 38 (3): 276–292.

  • Bárcena, A. et al. (2020). La emergencia del cambio climático en América Latina y el Caribe: ¿seguimos esperando la catástrofe o pasamos a la acción?, Libros de la CEPAL, N° 160 (LC/PUB.2019/23-P). Santiago: Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe (CEPAL).

  • Ferdinand, M. (2021). A Decolonial Ecology: Thinking from the Caribbean World. Polity.

  • Global Witness (2021). Last Line of Defence. Global Witness Report. Sept. 13.

  • Hochstetler, K. & Keck, M. (2007): Greening Brazil: Environmental Activism in State and Society. Durham: Duke University Press.

  • Losekann, C. (2016). A política dos afetados pelo extrativismo na América Latina. Revista Brasileira de Ciência Política, n. 20, p. 121-164.

  • Martínez, C. (2021). Undoing Multiculturalism: Resource Extraction and Indigenous Rights in Ecuador, University of Pittsburgh Press, 2021.

  • Mendoza, M., Greenleaf, M., & Thomas, E. (2021). Green distributive politics: Legitimizing green capitalism and environmental protection in Latin America. Geoforum, 126, 1-12.

  • Sierra, J. & Hochstetler, K. (2017). Transnational Activist Networks and Rising Powers: Transparency and Environmental Concerns in the Brazilian National Development Bank, International Studies Quarterly, Volume 61, Issue 4: 760–773

  • Svampa, M. (2019). Neo-extractivism in Latin America: Socio-environmental conflicts, the territorial turn, and new political narratives