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The Resource From Polarisation to Multispecies Relationships : Re-Generation of the Commons in the Era of Mass Extinctions, edited by Janet J. McIntyre-Mills, Yvonne Corcoran-Nantes, (electronic resource)

From Polarisation to Multispecies Relationships : Re-Generation of the Commons in the Era of Mass Extinctions, edited by Janet J. McIntyre-Mills, Yvonne Corcoran-Nantes, (electronic resource)

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From Polarisation to Multispecies Relationships : Re-Generation of the Commons in the Era of Mass Extinctions
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From Polarisation to Multispecies Relationships
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Re-Generation of the Commons in the Era of Mass Extinctions
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edited by Janet J. McIntyre-Mills, Yvonne Corcoran-Nantes
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eng
Summary
This book explores the concept of multi-species relationships and suggests critical systemic pathways to protect shared habitats. This book discusses how the eradication of species as a result of rapid urbanisation places humanity at risk. This book demonstrates how narrow anthropocentrism has focused on the rights of human beings at the expense of other species and the environment. This book explores a priori norms and a posteriori measures and indicators to include and protect multiple species. This book aims to strengthen institutional capacity and powers to address and extend the UN 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda by drawing on local wisdom but also the need to implement laws to prevent ecocide. This book highlights that our fragile interdependence requires a recognition of our hybridity and interconnectedness within the web of life and suggests ways to reframe policy within and beyond the nation state to support living systems of which we are a strand.--
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  • McIntyre-Mills, Janet J
  • Corcoran-Nantes, Yvonne
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  • Contemporary Systems Thinking,
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  • Economic development
  • Social change
  • Economic policy
  • Public policy
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  • Urban economics
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From Polarisation to Multispecies Relationships : Re-Generation of the Commons in the Era of Mass Extinctions, edited by Janet J. McIntyre-Mills, Yvonne Corcoran-Nantes, (electronic resource)
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https://eui.idm.oclc.org/login?url=https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-33-6884-2
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Contents
Section 1 : Rethinking Human Security and Resilience as Vulnerable Multispecies Relationships -- Chapter 1: communication and culture : a multispecies endeavour: recognising kinship with multiple species -- Chapter 2: Pandemic in South Africa: reflections on lock down -- Chapter 3: From old to new taxonomies of rights, relationships and responsibilities to protect habitat -- Chapter 4:Interview: Recognising our Hybridity and interconnectedness' -- Chapter 5: Consciousness for Balancing Individualism and Collectivism -- Chapter 6: Prospects for sustainable development linked to a focus on interrelatedness, interdependence and mutuality: Some African perspectives -- Chapter 7: Habitat loss and near extinction of plants and insects in South Africa -- Chapter 8: Stewardship : an anthropocentric misnomer -- Chapter 9 : Social engagement to redress the banality of evil and the frontiers of justice: Limitations of the social contract to protect habitat and why an international law to prevent the crime of ecocide matters -- Chapter 10 : From polarisation to multispecies relationships: re-membering narratives -- Chapter 11: Vignette: Why thinking matters: constructivism, relationships and the performative universe -- Chapter 12 : Responsibly and Performatively researching multispecies relationality -- Chapter 13: City life in Vietnam: Autoethnographic reflection and application of Nussbaums's ten capabilities -- Section 2: Reframing and Re-claiming the commons through a-Priori and aposteriori approaches -- Chapter 14: Social and environmental justice: the legacy of Structured Democratic Dialogue and the potential of Pathways to Wellbeing -- Chapter 15: Social engagement to protect multispecies habitat: implications for re-generation and food security -- Chapter: 16 Educational curriculum and multispecies relations -- Chapter 17: The potential of eco-facturing: Towards social and environmental justice through vocational education and training -- Chapter 18: From Eduation as usual to creating a post national learning community -- Chapter 19: The co-laboratory of democracy archetypes: Engaging stakeholders in deliberative democracy to respond proactively to diversity -- Section 3: Case Studies and Vignettes: Loss, Hope and Common Ground -- Chapter 20: McIntyre-Mills, J. The Greta factor: turning point and need for transformative research -- Chapter 21: Gender Quotas in Local Government: Implications for Community-Climate Action in Bangladesh -- Chapter 22: Balancing the interests of wildlife and humans resulting in sustainable ecotourism: the case of Boabeng-Fiema monkeys' sanctuary, Ghana -- Chapter 23: Agent Orange, Women of the Resistance and Reproductive Rights: a tale of deliberate human and environmental devastation in Vietnam -- Chapter 24: Reflection on the Changing Role of Women in a Post Disaster Environment, Central Sulawesi Indonesia -- Chapter 25: Vignette: At the margins -- Chapter 26 : Biopolitics and food security to protect social and environmental justice -- Chapter 27: Vignette: Cannibalising the South Pacific -- Chapter 28: Systemic Praxis : narratives on steps towards re-generation -- Chapter 29: Crisis : what crisis? -- Chapter 30 Vignette: Creating Common Ground.-Chapter 31: Advancing a modern ethos for oneness with all life through archaic story title.-Chapter 32: Vignette: Relationships, narrative and memory -- Chapter 33: Vignette : Knackered , 'We are all flesh' -- Chapter 34: Vignette :Emergence , Regeneration and hope in the context of extinctions? -- Chapter 35: Objectifying intersubjectivity for a scientific (re)volution through inclusion -- Chapter 36 : Natural Inclusiveness -- Chapter 37 : Voices from below for social and environmental justice
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978-981-33-6884-2
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unknown
Edition
1st ed. 2021.
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1 online resource (XLI, 777 pages)
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multiple file formats
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  • online
  • electronic
Isbn
9789813368842
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uncompressed
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computer
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93 illustrations, 90 illustrations in color.
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remote
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(OCoLC)1263262252
Label
From Polarisation to Multispecies Relationships : Re-Generation of the Commons in the Era of Mass Extinctions, edited by Janet J. McIntyre-Mills, Yvonne Corcoran-Nantes, (electronic resource)
Link
https://eui.idm.oclc.org/login?url=https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-33-6884-2
Publication
Antecedent source
mixed
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
not applicable
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Section 1 : Rethinking Human Security and Resilience as Vulnerable Multispecies Relationships -- Chapter 1: communication and culture : a multispecies endeavour: recognising kinship with multiple species -- Chapter 2: Pandemic in South Africa: reflections on lock down -- Chapter 3: From old to new taxonomies of rights, relationships and responsibilities to protect habitat -- Chapter 4:Interview: Recognising our Hybridity and interconnectedness' -- Chapter 5: Consciousness for Balancing Individualism and Collectivism -- Chapter 6: Prospects for sustainable development linked to a focus on interrelatedness, interdependence and mutuality: Some African perspectives -- Chapter 7: Habitat loss and near extinction of plants and insects in South Africa -- Chapter 8: Stewardship : an anthropocentric misnomer -- Chapter 9 : Social engagement to redress the banality of evil and the frontiers of justice: Limitations of the social contract to protect habitat and why an international law to prevent the crime of ecocide matters -- Chapter 10 : From polarisation to multispecies relationships: re-membering narratives -- Chapter 11: Vignette: Why thinking matters: constructivism, relationships and the performative universe -- Chapter 12 : Responsibly and Performatively researching multispecies relationality -- Chapter 13: City life in Vietnam: Autoethnographic reflection and application of Nussbaums's ten capabilities -- Section 2: Reframing and Re-claiming the commons through a-Priori and aposteriori approaches -- Chapter 14: Social and environmental justice: the legacy of Structured Democratic Dialogue and the potential of Pathways to Wellbeing -- Chapter 15: Social engagement to protect multispecies habitat: implications for re-generation and food security -- Chapter: 16 Educational curriculum and multispecies relations -- Chapter 17: The potential of eco-facturing: Towards social and environmental justice through vocational education and training -- Chapter 18: From Eduation as usual to creating a post national learning community -- Chapter 19: The co-laboratory of democracy archetypes: Engaging stakeholders in deliberative democracy to respond proactively to diversity -- Section 3: Case Studies and Vignettes: Loss, Hope and Common Ground -- Chapter 20: McIntyre-Mills, J. The Greta factor: turning point and need for transformative research -- Chapter 21: Gender Quotas in Local Government: Implications for Community-Climate Action in Bangladesh -- Chapter 22: Balancing the interests of wildlife and humans resulting in sustainable ecotourism: the case of Boabeng-Fiema monkeys' sanctuary, Ghana -- Chapter 23: Agent Orange, Women of the Resistance and Reproductive Rights: a tale of deliberate human and environmental devastation in Vietnam -- Chapter 24: Reflection on the Changing Role of Women in a Post Disaster Environment, Central Sulawesi Indonesia -- Chapter 25: Vignette: At the margins -- Chapter 26 : Biopolitics and food security to protect social and environmental justice -- Chapter 27: Vignette: Cannibalising the South Pacific -- Chapter 28: Systemic Praxis : narratives on steps towards re-generation -- Chapter 29: Crisis : what crisis? -- Chapter 30 Vignette: Creating Common Ground.-Chapter 31: Advancing a modern ethos for oneness with all life through archaic story title.-Chapter 32: Vignette: Relationships, narrative and memory -- Chapter 33: Vignette : Knackered , 'We are all flesh' -- Chapter 34: Vignette :Emergence , Regeneration and hope in the context of extinctions? -- Chapter 35: Objectifying intersubjectivity for a scientific (re)volution through inclusion -- Chapter 36 : Natural Inclusiveness -- Chapter 37 : Voices from below for social and environmental justice
Control code
978-981-33-6884-2
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
1st ed. 2021.
Extent
1 online resource (XLI, 777 pages)
File format
multiple file formats
Form of item
  • online
  • electronic
Isbn
9789813368842
Level of compression
uncompressed
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
93 illustrations, 90 illustrations in color.
Quality assurance targets
absent
Reformatting quality
access
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1263262252

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