|Care-centered politics – from the home to the planet by Robert Gottlieb. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2022.|
Reviewed by Tim Jackson.
|Change in global environmental politics: temporal focal points and the reform of international institutions by Michael Manulak, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2022|
Reviewed by Simon Beaudoin.
|Decolonial ecology: thinking from the Caribbean world by Malcom Ferdinand, translated by Anthony Paul Smith. Cambridge: Polity Press, 2022. |
Reviewed by Grace Garland.
|Grand transitions: how the modern world was made by Vaclav Smil, New York, Oxford University Press, 2021.|
Reviewed by June Ann Jones
|Pollution is colonialism by Max Liboiron, Durham, Duke University Press, 2021.|
Reviewed by Sarah Marie Wiebe
|A climate policy revolution: what the science of complexity reveals about saving our planet by Roland Kupers. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2020.|
Reviewed by Joel Terwilliger
|The politics of precarity: spaces of extractivism, violence, and suffering|
by Gediminas Lesutis, London, Routledge, 2021.
Reviewed by Charlotte Weatherill
|The untold story of the world’s leading environmental institution: UNEP at fifty|
by Maria Ivanova (One Planet series), Cambridge, MIT Press, 2021.
Reviewed by Katarina Eckerberg
|Political economies of energy transition: wind and solar power in Brazil and South Africa by Kathryn Hochstetler, Cambridge University Press, 2020,|
Reviewed by Mark S. Langevin
|Energy fables: challenging ideas in the energy sector edited by Jenny Rinkinen, Elizabeth Shove and Jacopo Torriti, London, Earthscan from Routledge, 2019,|
Reviewed by Marc Hudson
|Ecocide: kill the corporation before it kills us. by David Whyte, Manchester, Manchester University Press, 2020, Reviewed by Marc Hudson|