Home       About us   Issues     Search     Submission Subscribe   Contact    Login 
Conservation and Society
An interdisciplinary journal exploring linkages between society, environment and development
Conservation and Society
Users Online: 931 Home Print this page Email this page Small font sizeDefault font sizeIncrease font size

    Article Cited by others

ARTICLE

Neoliberal environmentality: Towards a poststructuralist political ecology of the conservation debate

Fletcher Robert

Year : 2010| Volume: 8| Issue : 3 | Page no: 171-181

   This article has been cited by
 
1 Hybrid Arrangements as a Form of Ecological Modernization: The Case of the US Energy Efficiency Conservation Block Grants
Anya Galli,Dana Fisher
Sustainability. 2016; 8(1): 88
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
2 Reassessing Fortress Conservation? New Media and the Politics of Distinction in Kruger National Park
Bram Büscher
Annals of the American Association of Geographers. 2016; 106(1): 114
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
3 Neoliberal and disciplinary environmentality and ‘sustainable seafood’ consumption: storying environmentally responsible action
Teresa Lloro-Bidart
Environmental Education Research. 2015; : 1
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
4 The neoliberalisation of forestry governance, market environmentalism and re-territorialisation in Uganda
Adrian Nel
Third World Quarterly. 2015; 36(12): 2294
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
5 Towards an Explicit Justice Framing of the Social Impacts of Conservation
Adrian Martin,Nicole Gross-Camp,Anne Akol
Conservation and Society. 2015; 13(2): 166
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
6 The social implications of using drones for biodiversity conservation
Chris Sandbrook
Ambio. 2015; 44(S4): 636
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
7 Valuing nature: A reply to Esteve Corbera
Brett Sylvester Matulis
Ecological Economics. 2015;
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
8 Nature is a nice place to save but I wouldn’t want to live there: environmental education and the ecotourist gaze
Robert Fletcher
Environmental Education Research. 2015; : 1
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
9 Governing carbon, transforming forest politics: A case study of Indonesiaæs REDD+ Task Force
Rini Astuti,Andrew McGregor
Asia Pacific Viewpoint. 2015; 56(1): 21
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
10 Neoliberal Environmentality among Elites: Becoming “Responsible Producers” in Santarém, Brazil
Ryan Thomas Adams
Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment. 2015; 37(2): 84
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
11 Introductory essay: environmental justice – just livelihoods
Mangala Subramaniam,Laura Zanotti
Politics, Groups, and Identities. 2015; 3(4): 649
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
12 Responding to the green economy: how REDD+ and the One Map Initiative are transforming forest governance in Indonesia
Rini Astuti,Andrew McGregor
Third World Quarterly. 2015; 36(12): 2273
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
13 Participation dynamics and institutional change in the Scolel Té carbon forestry project, Chiapas, Mexico
Cary Y. Hendrickson,Esteve Corbera
Geoforum. 2015; 59: 63
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
14 Blinded by the stars? Celebrity, fantasy, and desire in neoliberal environmental governance
Robert Fletcher
Celebrity Studies. 2015; 6(4): 457
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
15 Wells and well-being: neoliberalism and holistic sustainability in the shale energy debate
Anna J. Willow
Local Environment. 2015; : 1
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
16 Accumulation by Conservation
Bram Büscher,Robert Fletcher
New Political Economy. 2014; : 1
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
17 Property institutions for rural land conservation: Towards a post-neoliberal agenda
Ian D. Hodge,William M. Adams
Journal of Rural Studies. 2014;
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
18 Collaborative Event Ethnography: Between Structural Power and Empirical Nuance?
Bram Büscher
Global Environmental Politics. 2014; : 133
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
19 Contesting forest neoliberalization: Recombinant geographies of ‘illegal’ logging in the Balkans
Saska Petrova
Geoforum. 2014; 55: 13
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
20 Effectiveness of locally run conservation initiatives in north-east Peru
Noga Shanee,Sam Shanee,Robert H. Horwich
Oryx. 2014; : 1
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
21 Border Crossings: New Geographies of Protection and Production in the Galápagos Islands
Gabriela Valdivia,Wendy Wolford,Flora Lu
Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 2014; 104(3): 686
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
22 Defining the forest, defending the forest: Political ecology, territoriality, and resistance to a protected area in the Dominican Republic
George Holmes
Geoforum. 2014; 53: 1
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
23 Green grabbing and the dynamics of local-level engagement with neoliberalization in Tanzaniaæs wildlife management areas
Kathryn E. Green,William M. Adams
The Journal of Peasant Studies. 2014; : 1
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
24 Introduction: Moving Beyond the 'Rational Actor' in Environmental Governance and Conservation
NicoleD Peterson,Cindy Isenhour
Conservation and Society. 2014; 12(3): 229
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
25 Hybrid Uptakes of Neoliberal Conservation in Namibian Tourism-based Development
Julie A. Silva,Nicole Motzer
Development and Change. 2014; : n/a
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
26 Beyond “Win–Win” Narratives: The Varieties of Eastern and Southern African Carbon Forestry and Scope for Critique
Adrian Nel,Douglas Hill
Capitalism Nature Socialism. 2014; : 1
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
27 Collective troubles: Transforming neoliberalism through interactions with nonhumans
Braden Leap
Geoforum. 2014; 56: 182
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
28 Liberalisation Failed: Understanding Persistent State Power in the Burkinabè Cotton Sector from 1990 to 2004
Brian Dowd-Uribe
Development Policy Review. 2014; 32(5): 545
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
29 Degradation Discourse and Green Governmentality in the Xilinguole Grasslands of Inner Mongolia
Åshild Kolås
Development and Change. 2014; : n/a
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
30 The New ‘Passive Revolution’ of the Green Economy and Growth Discourse: Maintaining the ‘Sustainable Development’ of Neoliberal Capitalism
Thomas Wanner
New Political Economy. 2014; : 1
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
31 Community Forests for Business or Subsistence? Reassembling the Van Panchayats in the Indian Himalayas
Clare Tompsett
Forum for Development Studies. 2014; 41(2): 295
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
32 Governing Through Resilience? Exploring Flood Protection in Dresden, Germany
Gérard Hutter,Markus Leibenath,Annika Mattissek
Social Sciences. 2014; 3(2): 272
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
33 Global environmental justice and biodiversity conservation
Adrian Martin,Shawn McGuire,Sian Sullivan
The Geographical Journal. 2013; 179(2): 122
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
34 Banking Nature? The Spectacular Financialisation of Environmental Conservation
Sian Sullivan
Antipode. 2013; 45(1): 198
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
35 Environmental citizenship, gender, and the emergence of a new conservation politics
Harry W. Fischer,Ashwini Chhatre
Geoforum. 2013; 50: 10
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
36 Nature 2.0
Bram Büscher
Geoforum. 2013; 44: 1
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
37 Governmentality, environmental subjectivity, and urban intensification
Donald Leffers,Patricia Ballamingie
Local Environment. 2013; 18(2): 134
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
38 Water reform governmentality in Ecuador: Neoliberalism, centralization, and the restraining of polycentric authority and community rule-making
Rutgerd Boelens,Jaime Hoogesteger,Michiel Baud
Geoforum. 2013;
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
39 There’s no real choice but to sign: neoliberalization and normalization of hydraulic fracturing on Pennsylvania farmland
Stephanie Malin
Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences. 2013;
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
40 Green governmentality and swidden decline on Palawan Island
Wolfram Dressler
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers. 2013; : n/a
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
41 Cultural politics and the hydrosocial cycle: Water, power and identity in the Andean highlands
Rutgerd Boelens
Geoforum. 2013;
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
42 “Life Is Not for Sale!”: Confronting Free Trade and Intellectual Property in Costa Rica
Thomas W. Pearson
American Anthropologist. 2013; 115(1): 58
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
43 The competitive (dis)advantages of ecotourism in Northern Thailand
Megan Youdelis
Geoforum. 2013; 50: 161
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
44 Carbon forestry in West Africa: The politics of models, measures and verification processes
Melissa Leach,Ian Scoones
Global Environmental Change. 2013; 23(5): 957
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
45 Nature™ Inc.: Changes and Continuities in Neoliberal Conservation and Market-based Environmental Policy
Murat Arsel,Bram Büscher
Development and Change. 2012; 43(1): 53
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
46 Market-oriented conservation governance: The particularities of place
Robin J. Roth,Wolfram Dressler
Geoforum. 2012; 43(3): 363
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
47 Negotiating neoliberalism: Conservationists’ role in the development of payments for ecosystem services
Sophie Wynne-Jones
Geoforum. 2012; 43(6): 1035
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
48 Market mechanism or subsidy in disguise? Governing payment for environmental services in Costa Rica
Robert Fletcher,Jan Breitling
Geoforum. 2012; 43(3): 402
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
49 The Virtuous Tourist: Consumption, Development, and Nongovernmental Governance in a Mozambican Village
João Afonso Baptista
American Anthropologist. 2012; 114(4): 639
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
50 Fracking and the Neoliberalization of the Hydro-Social Cycle in Pennsylvaniaæs Marcellus Shale
Michael H. Finewood,Laura J. Stroup
Journal of Contemporary Water Research & Education. 2012; 147(1): 72
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
51 Artificial persons against nature: environmental governmentality, economic corporations, and ecological ethics
Michael S. Northcott
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 2012; 1249(1): 104
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
52 THE FINANCIAL CRISIS AND ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE ‘AFTER’ NEOLIBERALISM
JAMES MCCARTHY
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie. 2012; 103(2): 180
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
53 Toward a more transformative participation in the conservation of Madagascar’s natural resources
Paul W. Hanson
Geoforum. 2012; 43(6): 1182
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
54 Consuming the Forest in an Environment of Crisis: Nature Tourism, Forest Conservation and Neoliberal Agriculture in South India
Daniel Münster,Ursula Münster
Development and Change. 2012; 43(1): 205
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
55 The Natural Contract: From Lévi-Strauss to the Ecuadorian Constitutional Court
Erin Fitz-Henry
Oceania. 2012; 82(3): 264
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
56 “We Don’t Take the Pledge”: Environmentality and environmental skepticism at the epicenter of US wind energy development
Wendy Jepson,Christian Brannstrom,Nicole Persons
Geoforum. 2012; 43(4): 851
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
57 Using the Masteræs Tools? Neoliberal Conservation and the Evasion of Inequality
Robert Fletcher
Development and Change. 2012; 43(1): 295
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
58 Towards a Synthesized Critique of Neoliberal Biodiversity Conservation
Bram Büscher,Sian Sullivan,Katja Neves,Jim Igoe,Dan Brockington
Capitalism Nature Socialism. 2012; 23(2): 4
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]
59 UNEVEN DEVELOPMENT AND ACCUMULATION BY DISPOSSESSION IN NATURE CONSERVATION: COMPARING RECENT TRENDS IN THE AZORES AND TANZANIA
KATJA NEVES,JIM IGOE
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie. 2012; 103(2): 164
  [Google Scholar] [DOI]

 

Read this article