Wednesday, January 20, 2021

New Issue: Journal of Human Rights and the Environment

The latest issue of the Journal of Human Rights and the Environment (Vol. 11, no. 3, December 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Editorial
    • Benjamin J. Richardson, Climate strikes to Extinction Rebellion: environmental activism shaping our future
  • Research Articles
    • Neil Gunningham, Can climate activism deliver transformative change? Extinction Rebellion, business and people power
    • Dana James & Trevor Mack, Toward an ethics of decolonizing allyship in climate organizing: reflections on Extinction Rebellion Vancouver
    • Francine Rochford, Morally motivated protest in the face of orthodoxy – environmental crisis and dissent in Australian democracy
    • Anna Berti Suman, Sven Schade & Yasuhito Abe, Exploring legitimization strategies for contested uses of citizen-generated data for policy
    • Nicole Rogers, Victim, litigant, activist, messiah: the child in a time of climate change
    • Tyler McCreary, Between the commodity and the gift: the Coastal GasLink pipeline and the contested temporalities of Canadian and Witsuwit'en law
    • Corrie Grosse & Brigid Mark, A colonized COP: Indigenous exclusion and youth climate justice activism at the United Nations climate change negotiations
    • Claire Burgess & Rupert Read, Extinction Rebellion and environmental activism – the XR interviews
    • Paul Manly, Jonathan Bartley & Chlöe Swarbrick, Green parties and environmental activism