Publications

Recent

  • Bond, P., & Mwenda, M. (2020). African Climate Justice: Articulations and Activism in Tokar, B., & Gilbertson, T. (2020). Climate Change Resistance and Renewal: Campaigns and Strategies from the Frontlines. Routledge
  • Bond, P. (2019). Degrowth, devaluation and uneven development from North to South, in Chertkovskaya, E., & Paulsson, A., & Barca, S. (2019). The End of Growth As We Know It: Contributions to the Political Economy of Degrowth. Rowman and Littlefield
  • Bond, P., Rodríguez-Labajos, B., Yanez, I., Greyl,L., Munguti, S., Uyi Ojo, G., & Overbeek, W. (2019). Not so Natural an Alliance? Degrowth and Environmental Justice Movements in the Global South. Ecological Economics, 157
  • Bond, P. (2018). Climate justice, big oil and natural capital, in Jacobsen, S. (2018). Climate Justice and the Economy: Social Mobilization, Knowledge and the Political. Routledge
  • Bond, P. (2018). Sub-imperial ecosystem management in Africa: Continental implications of South African environmental injustices, in Holifield, R., Chakraborty, J., & Walker, G. (2018).  Handbook of Environmental Justice. Routledge
  • Bond, P. (2018). Social movements for climate justice, from International NGOs to local communities, in Lele, S., Brondizio, E., Byrne, J., Mace, G., & Martinez-Alier, J. (2018). Rethinking Environmentalism: Linking Justice, Sustainability, and Diversity. Cambridge, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press
  • Gupta, J., Rempel, A., & Verrest, H. (2020). Access and Allocation: The Role of Large Shareholders and Investors in Leaving Fossil Fuels Underground [Special Issue]. International Environmental Agreements. doi:10.1007/s10784-020-09478-4
  • Larrea, C., Baroja, C., Durango, J., Menton, M., Peck, M., & Sáenz, M. (2020). Oil Extraction and Local Social Development in Ecuadorian Amazon. http://hdl.handle.net/10644/7080
  • Rempel, A., Gupta, J. (2020). Conflicting commitments? Examining pension funds, fossil fuel assets and climate policy in the organisation for economic co-operation and development (OECD). Energy Research & Social Science, 69. doi: 10.1016/j.erss.2020.101736
  • Rempel, A., Gupta, J. (Under Review). Will COVID-19 Puncture the Carbon Bubble? Climate change, fossil fuels, stranded assets and Inclusive Development. World Development. Submitted May 2020.
  • Rempel, A., Gupta, J., & Verrest, H. (Working paper). Safeguarding approaches to Leave Fossil Fuels Underground through synergies and trade-offs with the Sustainable Development Goals.

Past

  • Bond, P. (2015). Can climate activists’‘movement below’ transcend negotiators’ ‘paralysis above’?. Journal of World-Systems Research21(2), 250-269. http://doi.org/csp2
  • Bond, P. (2018). ‘Oceans, Overaccumulation and Eco-Capitalist Crises in the Blue Economy’ (with Desné Masie). in V.Satgar (Ed), The Climate Crisis: South African and Global Democratic Eco-Socialist AlternativesJohannesburg, Wits University Press, pp. 314-337, https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.18772/22018020541
  • Bond, P. (2018). ‘Climate Debt, Community Resistance and Conservation Alliances against Kwazulu-Natal Coal Mining at Africa’s Oldest Nature Reserve.’ in B.Engels and K.Dietz (Eds), Climate Change in Africa, Frankfurt, Peter Lang Verlag, 2018, https://www.peterlang.com/view/9783631742426/chapter-002.xhtml
  • Bond, P. (2017). ‘Red-Green Alliance-Building against Durban’s Port-Petrochemical Complex Expansion.’ in L.Horowitz and M.Watts (Eds), Grassroots Environmental Governance: Community Engagements with Industry, London, Routledge, pp.161-185, http://www.tandfebooks.com/doi/book/10.4324/9781315649122
  • Bond, P. (2017). ‘Uneven Development and Resource Extractivism in Africa.’ in C.Spash (Ed), Ecological Economics: Nature and Society, Abingdon, Routledge, pp.404-13, https://www.routledge.com/Routledge-Handbook-of-Ecological-Economics-Nature-and-Society/Spash/p/book/9781138931510
  • Bond, P. (2017). ‘Equitable, Just Access to Natural Resources:Environmental Narratives during Worsening Climate Crises.’ in Harry Lehmann (Ed), Factor X: Challenges, Implementation Strategies and Examples for a Sustainable Use of Natural Resources. London: Springer and Berlin: the Umweltbundesamt, http://www.springer.com/us/book/9783319500782
  • Bond, P. (2017). ‘The BRICS Re-scramble Africa.’ in R.Westra (Ed.), The Political Economy of Emerging Markets: Varieties of BRICS in the Age of Global Crises and Austerity, London: Routledge (Frontiers of Political Economy Series), https://www.routledge.com/The-Political-Economy-of-Emerging-Markets-Varieties-of-BRICS-in-the-Age/Westra/p/book/9781138121225
  • Bond, P. 2016. ‘Who Wins From “Climate Apartheid”?, African Climate Justice Narratives About the Paris COP21.’ New Politics, Winter, pp.122-129, http://newpol.org/content/who-wins-%E2%80%9Cclimate-apartheid%E2%80%9D
  • Bos, K. & Gupta, J. (2018). Climate change: the risks of stranded fossil fuel assets and resources to the developing world, Third World Quarterly: http://doi.org/cp5c
  • Bos, K. & Gupta, J. (2016). Inclusive development, oil extraction and climate change: A multilevel analysis of Kenya, IJSDWE: http://doi.org/bsgk
  • Gupta, J., & Chu, E. (2018). Inclusive Development and Climate Change: The Geopolitics of Fossil Fuel Risks in Developing Countries. African and Asian Studies17(1-2), 90-114. http://doi.org/csm3
  • Gupta, J., Chu, E., Bos, K. & Kuijten, T. (2017). The Geo-Ecological Risks of Oil Investments by China and the Global South: The Right to Development Revisited, in: Geopolitical Economy of Energy and Environment. ISBN:9789004273115
  • Hogenboom, B. (2017).Chinese Influences and the Governance of Oil in Latin America: The Cases of Venezuela, Brazil, and Ecuador’, in: Geopolitical Economy of Energy and Environment, Mehdi P. Amineh & Yang Guang (eds), Leiden: Brill, pp. 172-211 (Chapter 6), DOI: 10.1163/9789004273115.
  • Hogenboom, B. (2014). Latin America and China’s transnationalizing oil industry: A political economy assessment of new relations. Perspectives on global development and technology13(5-6), 626-647. DOI: 10.1163/15691497-12341321
  • Larrea, C. (2013). Ecuador’s Yasuni-ITT initiative: a critical assessment’. Sustainable Alternatives for Poverty Reduction and Eco-Justice, 26-49. link
  • Larrea, C. & Murmis, M.R. (2016). Unburnable Carbon and Biodiversity: A Global Fund for Keeping Fossil Fuels in the Ground in Biodiversity Hotspots of Developing Countries.Conference Paper: Fossil Fuel Supply and Climate Policy Conference, Oxford. link
  • Larrea, C. (2016). ¿Está agotado el periodo petrolero en Ecuador?. Alternativas hacia una sociedad más sustentable y equitativa: un estudio multicriterio. http://hdl.handle.net/10644/5812
  • Martinez-Alier, J., Anguelovski, I., Bond, P., Del Bene, D., & Demaria, F. (2014). Between activism and science: grassroots concepts for sustainability coined by Environmental Justice Organizations. http://hdl.handle.net/10625/56698
  • Valladares, C., & Boelens, R. (2017). Extractivism and the rights of nature: governmentality,‘convenient communities’ and epistemic pacts in Ecuador. Environmental Politics26(6), 1015-1034: http://doi.org/csmz
  • Valladares, C. & Boelens, R. (2019). Mining for Mother Earth. Governmentalities, sacred waters and nature’s rights in Ecuador. Geoforum, 100, 68-79. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2019.02.009
  • Vallejo, M. C., Burbano, R., Falconí, F., & Larrea, C. (2015). Leaving oil underground in Ecuador: The Yasuní-ITT initiative from a multi-criteria perspective. Ecological Economics109, 175-185. http://doi.org/f627qj
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