Environmental Politics has a prize for the best article published in the last year. The editorial team nominated pieces, which were then judged and shortlisted by a small panel of eminent scholars: Hugh Ward, Joy Zhang and Steven Vanderheiden. And the winner is (drum roll please)….
Professor Robyn Eckersley, for her article “Ecological democracy and the rise and decline of liberal democracy: looking back, looking forward” which appeared in Vol 29, no. 2 See an interview with Prof Eckersley here.
The runners up were
- Ingolfur Blühdorn The legitimation crisis of democracy: emancipatory politics, the environmental state and the glass ceiling to socio-ecological transformation (Vol 29, no. 1)
- David Ciplet and Jill Lindsey Harrison, Transition Tensions: Mapping Conflicts in movements for a just and sustainable transition (Vol 29, no.3)
- Joanna Wilson and Eric Chu The embodied politics of climate change: analysing the gendered division of environmental labour in the UK (Vol 29, no. 6)
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