Friday, April 9, 2021

New Issue: Journal of Human Rights and the Environment

The latest issue of the Journal of Human Rights and the Environment (Vol. 12, no. 1, March 2021) is out. Contents include:
  • Editorial
    • Anna Grear, Painful excavations: extractivism, dispossession, rights and resistance
  • Research Articles
    • Erin Fitz-Henry, Distribution without representation? Beyond the rights of nature in the southern Ecuadorian highlands
    • Maria Antonia Tigre & Natalia Urzola, The 2017 Inter-American Court's Advisory Opinion: changing the paradigm for international environmental law in the Anthropocene
    • Freya Mathews, Environmental struggles in Aboriginal homelands: Indigenizing conservation in Australia
    • Lee Harrop & Jana Norman, Still Lives: a beautiful science
    • Lee Harrop, Still Lives
    • Jana Norman, An engraved invitation to consider human–earth relations: thinking non-dualism through the mining-based art practice of Lee Harrop
    • Katerina Teaiwa, Artist statement
    • Mandy Treagus, Flight of the frigate bird: Ocean Island, phosphate mining and Project Banaba