Table of contents for Urban political ecology / edited by Erik Swyngedouw, Nikolas C. Heynen and Maria Kaika.

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FOREWORD			
						Neil Smith
Chapter 1. URBAN POLITICAL ECOLOGY - Politicising the Production of Urban Natures
						Nik Heynen, Maria Kaika, 
and Erik Swyngedouw
Chapter 2. METABOLIC URBANISATION -The making of Cyborg Cities
Erik Swyngedouw
Chapter 3. METROPOLITICS AND METABOLICS - Rolling out Environmentalism in Toronto
Roger Keil and Julie-Anne Boudreau
Chapter 4. Urban nature and the ecological imaginary
Matthew Gandy
Chapter 5. SEQ CHAPTER \h \r 1Nature'S CARNIVAL - The Ecology of Pleasure at Coney Island
	 Eliza Darling
Chapter 6. The desire to metabolize nature - Edward Loveden Loveden, William Vanderstegen, and the disciplining of the river Thames
Stuart Oliver
Chapter 7. Turfgrass subjects - The Political Economy of Urban Monoculture
Paul Robbins and Julie Sharp
Chapter 8. JUSTICE OF EATING IN THE CITY - The Political Ecology of Urban Hunger 
Nik Heynen
Chapter 9. Metabolisms of Obecity - Flows of Fat through Bodies, Cities, and Sewers
Simon Marvin and Will Medd
Chapter 10. The political ecology of water scarcity - The 1989-91 Athenian Drought.
						Maria Kaika 
Chapter 11. THE METABOLIC PROCESSES OF CAPITAL ACCUMULATION IN DURBAN'S WATERSCAPE 	
Alex Loftus
Chapter 12. The public/private conundrum of urban water -
A view from South Africa
Laila Smith and Greg Ruiters
Chapter 13. Inherited Fragmentations and Narratives of Environmental Control in Entrepreneurial Philadelphia
Alec Brownlow
Chapter 14. Transnational Alliances and Global Politics - New Geographies of Urban Environmental Justice Struggles
David N. Pellow
Chapter 15. Urban Metabolism as Target - Contemporary War as Forced Demodernisation
Stephen Graham

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Urban ecology.
Political ecology.