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Part 1 Introduction 1 False Promises Nik Heynen, James McCarthy, Scott Prudham and Paul Robbins Part 2 Enclosure and Privatization 2 The Last Enclosure: Resisting Privatization of Wildlife in the Western United States Paul Robbins and April Luginbuhl 3 Privatizing Conditions of Production: Trade Agreements as Neoliberal Environmental Governance James McCarthy 4 Dispossessing H20: The contested terrain of water privatization Erik Swyngedouw 5 Neoliberalism in the oceans: ¿rationalization,¿ property rights, and the commons question Becky Mansfield 6 Acts of enclosure: claim staking and land conversion in Guyana¿s gold fields Gavin Bridge Part 2 Commentary 7 Enclosure and Privatization of Neoliberal Environments Nancy Peluso 8 Neoliberal Primitive Accumulation Jim Glassman Part 3 Commodification and Marketization 9 Neoliberalizing nature? Market environmentalism in water supply in England and Wales Karen Bakker 10 The Neoliberalization of Ecosystem Services: Wetland Mitigation Banking and the Problem of Measurement Morgan Robertson 11 Weak or Strong Multifunctionality? Agri-environmental Resistance to Neoliberal Trade Policies Gail Hollander 12 Re-regulating the Urban Water Regime in Neoliberal Toronto Douglas Young and Roger Keil Part 3 Commentary 13 Neoliberalism and the regulation of environment¿ Neil Brenner and Nik Theodore Part 4 Devolution and Neoliberal Governmentalities 14 Poisoning the Well: Neoliberalism and the Contamination of Municipal Water in Walkerton, Ontario Scott Prudham 15 Un-Real Estate: Proprietary Space And Public Gardening Nick Blomley 16 Scalar Dialectics in Green: Urban Private Property and the Contradictions of the Neoliberalization of Nature Nik Heynen and Harold Perkins 17 Neoliberalism and environmental justice policy Ryan Holifield Part 4 Commentary 18 Neoliberal Governmentalities Wendy Larner 19 Neoliberal Environments, Technologies of Governance and Governance of Technologies Dianne Rocheleau Part 5 Resistance 20 A ¿Continuous and Ample Supply¿: Sustained Yield Timber Production in Northern New Mexico David Correia 21 Neo-liberalism and the Struggle for Land in Brazil Wendy Wolford 22 Enclosure and Economic Identity in New England Fisheries Kevin St. Martin Part 5 Commentary 23 Researching Resistance in a Time of Neoliberal Entanglements Juanita Sundberg 24 What Might Resistance To Neo-Liberalism Consist Of? Michael Watts Part 6 Final Commentary and Conclusions 25 Neoliberal Ecologies Noel Castree 26 Unnatural Consequences Nik Heynen, James McCarthy, Scott Prudham and Paul Robbins
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Natural resources -- Management.
Conservation of natural resources.