The latest issue is out now. See below for details of the articles.
Anti-environmentalism and the natural ‘wages of whiteness’
Two cheers for collapse? On the uses and abuses of the societal collapse thesis for imagining Anthropocene futures
Joe P. L. Davidson
Affective politics of air pollution: atmospheres and activism in the Tel Aviv Metropolitan Region
Mor Shilon & Nathan Marom
Whose system, what change? A critical political economy approach to the UK climate movement
Oscar Berglund & David J. Bailey
Hub-driven policy packages as a basis for e-waste reform: rationales and a case study
Yaakov Garb & John-Michael Davis
Polarisation vs consensus-building: how US and German news media portray climate change as a feature of political identities
The Future of Environmental Peace and Conflict Research
Tobias Ide, McKenzie F. Johnson, Jon Barnett, Florian Krampe, Philippe Le Billon, Lucile Maertens, Nina von Uexkull & Irene Vélez-Torres
Climate obstruction: how Denial, delay and inaction are heating the planet by Kristoffer Ekberg, Bernhard Forchtner, Martin Hultman and Kirsti M. Jylhä. Abingdon/New York: Routledge, 2023.
Reviewed by: Hauke Dannemann
Climate justice in India edited by Prakash Kashwan. Cambridge University Press, 2022
Reviewed by: Ajmal Khan A. T.