22.   Special Section, Journal of Political Ecology, edited by Alf Hornborg and Joan Martinez-Alier - “Ecologically unequal exchange and ecological debt” JPE v23:328-491.

23.   a Special Section on Ecologically Unequal Exchange (EUE), an underlying source of most of the environmental distribution conflicts in our time. The nine articles discuss theories, methodologies, and empirical case studies pertaining to ecologically unequal exchange, and address its relationship to ecological debt. 170 pages of important stuff, forging new links with political ecology - largely non-technical.


25.   Alf Hornborg and Joan Martinez-Alier. 2016. Ecologically unequal exchange and ecological debt. Journal of Political Ecology 23: 328-333. http://jpe.library.arizona.edu/volume_23/Hornborgintro.pdf


27.   Andrew K. Jorgenson. 2016. The sociology of ecologically unequal exchange, foreign investment dependence and environmental load displacement: summary of the literature and implications for sustainability. Journal of Political Ecology 23: 334-349. http://jpe.library.arizona.edu/volume_23/Jorgenson.pdf

Andreas Mayer and Willi Haas. 2016. Cumulative material flows provide indicators to quantify the ecological debt. Journal of Political Ecology 23: 350-363. http://jpe.library.arizona.edu/volume_23/MayerandHaas.pdf

Rikard Warlenius. 2016. Linking ecological debt and ecologically unequal exchange: stocks, flows, and unequal sink appropriation. Journal of Political Ecology 23: 364-380. http://jpe.library.arizona.edu/volume_23/Warlenius.pdf

Jordi Jaria i Manzano, Antonio Cardesa-Salzmann, Antoni Pigrau and Susana Borrās. 2016. Measuring environmental injustice: how ecological debt defines a radical change in the international legal system. Journal of Political Ecology 23: 381-393.  http://jpe.library.arizona.edu/volume_23/Manzano.pdf

Christian Dorninger and Nina Eisenmenger. 2016. South America's biophysical involvement in international trade: the physical trade balances of Argentina, Bolivia, and Brazil in the light of ecologically unequal exchange. Journal of Political Ecology 23: 394-409. http://jpe.library.arizona.edu/volume_23/Dorninger.pdf

Leah Temper. 2016. Who gets the HANPP (Human Appropriation of Net Primary Production)? Biomass distribution and the 'sugar economy' in the Tana Delta, Kenya. Journal of Political Ecology 23: 410-433. http://jpe.library.arizona.edu/volume_23/Temper.pdf

Jutta Kill. 2016. The role of voluntary certification in maintaining the ecologically unequal exchange of wood pulp: the case of the Forest Stewardship Council's certification of industrial tree plantations in Brazil. Journal of Political Ecology 23: 434-445. http://jpe.library.arizona.edu/volume_23/Kill.pdf

Martin Oulu. 2016. Core tenets of the theory of ecologically unequal exchange. Journal of Political Ecology 23: 446-466. http://jpe.library.arizona.edu/volume_23/Oulu.pdf

Joan Martinez-Alier, Federico Demaria, Leah Temper and Mariana Walter. 2016. Changing social metabolism and environmental conflicts in India and South America.Journal of Political Ecology 23: 467-491. http://jpe.library.arizona.edu/volume_23/Martinezalieretal.pdf



Dr. Simon Batterbury

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Jan 2017> Professor of Political Ecology, LEC, Lancaster University, UK, Europe.



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