The Green Economy in the South conference held in Tanzania this week highlighted Southern academic perspectives on the green economy – a debate often dominated by Northern voices.
Participants and the organisers have blogged about their experiences at the event and the research they presented.
Future Agricultures blogs
- Why we should care about developing a Green Economy in the global South by Emmanuel Sulle
- Missionary discourses: can the green economy bring climate justice to the South? by Joanes Atela
- A culture of extraction and exclusion: How philanthropy impoverishes the vulnerable by Rebecca Pointer
- Different from the norm: looking ahead to the Green Economy in the South conference by Dan Brockington
- From dream to reality by Thabit Senior
- The Green Economy: 3 crucial questions for Least Developed Countries by Beatrice Ouma
- Whose green economy? Ecotourism, exclusion and enclosure by Rebecca Pointer
- Ceasefire capitalism and community resistance: tensions in the green economy by Rebecca Pointer
- Thinking with and from ‘the South’ by Connor Cavanagh
- ‘Land Rush’ – just a game? by An Ansoms
- Experiencing the ‘Land Rush’ game by Ruth John
- How the Green Economy in the South conference helps young researchers by Nancy Rushohora
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