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Orchestrating Consent: Post-politics and Intensification of NatureTM Inc. at the 2012 World Conservation Congress
(Conservation and Society, 2014)
This article reports on the results of a collaborative event ethnography (CEE) conducted at the 2012 World Conservation Congress (WCC) on Jeju Island, South Korea. The WCC is organised every four years by the International ...
Business, Biodiversity and New 'Fields' of Conservation: The World Conservation Congress and the Renegotiation of Organisational Order
(Conservation and Society, 2010)
Biodiversity conservation, in practise, is defined through the institutionalised association of individuals, organisations, institutions, bodies of knowledge and interests. Events like the World Conservation Congress (WCC) ...
Fields of green: Corporate sustainability and the production of economistic environmental governance
(Environment and Planning A, 2017)
This article critically examines the production of economistic fields of environmental governance in the context of global summits like Rioþ20. It focuses on the constitutive work performed by diverse actors in extending ...
Environmental Governance in Motion: Practices of Assemblage and the Political Performativity of Economistic Conservation
(World Development, 2019)
This article critically explores the dynamic, constitutive processes that animate economistic conservation and sustainable development as an expression of governance-beyond-the-state. I focus attention on governance in ...