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Grabbing “Green”: Markets, Environmental Governance and the Materialization of Natural Capital
(Human Geography, 2013)
Over the past two decades, the incorporation of market logics into environment and conservation policy has led to a reconceptualization of “nature.” Resulting constructs like ecosystem services and biodiversity derivatives, ...
TEEB Begins Now': A Virtual Moment in the Production of Natural Capital
(Development and Change, 2012)
This article uses theories of virtualism to analyse the role of The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB) project in the production of natural capital. Presented at the 10th Conference of the Parties to the ...
Enclosing the Global Commons: The Convention on Biological Diversity and Green Grabbing
(The Journal of Peasant Studies, 2012)
‘Green grabs,’ or the expropriation of land or resources for environmental purposes, constitute an important component of the current global land grab explosion. We argue that international environmental institutions are ...