Podcast 

Seminar recordings

In this seminar, run by Lancaster Environment Centre at Lancaster University, the speakers draw on their respective academic and advocacy experiences to reflect on how a Feminist Political Ecology lens furthers understanding of people-environment relations. In conversation they address both the potential and the challenges of applying a feminist political ecology approach to promoting progressive change. 

Led by Frances Cleaver and John Childs at the Lancaster Environment Centre, Lancaster University

Speakers: Seema Kulkarni (SOPPECOM) and Margreet Zwarteveen (IHE-Delft)

Publications 

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Unlocking the crisis: Understanding impacts of COVID-19 and subsequent lockdown on single women farmers of Maharashtra. Report prepared by Seema Kulkarni, Pallavi Harshe, Swati Satpute, Sneha Bhat Society for Promoting Participative Ecosystem Management (SOPPECOM), Pune

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Big words, small farmers: exploring academic overflows and ‘surplus water’ in Motupe, Peru

Domínguez Guzmán, C. (2019). Grandes narrativas, pequeños agricultores:. Estudios Atacameños (En línea), (63), 365-381.

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Modern temples and sacred spaces: Entangled hydrosocial territories in Cuchoquesra, Peru

Verzijl, A., Boelens, R., & Núñez, O. (2019). Templos modernos y espacios sagrados:. Estudios Atacameños (En línea), (63), 251-274.