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Reflecting on emotional political Ecoloiges

by María Heras, Benedict Singleton and Panagiota Kotsila

pp. 273-278 Issue 7 (4,1) – January-June 2017 ISSN (online): 2539/2239 ISSN (print): 2389-8232 DOI: 1017450/17017


Three researchers share their thoughts about a roundtable discussion on “Emotional Political Ecologies” during the ENTITLE Undisciplined Environments Conference, held in Stockholm from 20 to 24 March 2016. The roundtable participants – Chris- tos Zografos (chair), Neera Singh, Andrea Nightingale and Marien González Hidal- go – discussed the main outcomes, challenges and potential contributions for local communities that political ecology faces when focus is placed on the affective and the emotional in research and action on environmental conflicts.

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