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Joan Martinez-Alier, Giuseppe Munda and John O’Neill

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Hali Healy, Joan Martinez-Alier and Giorgos Kallis

This chapter argues for a cross-fertilization of political ecology with ecological economics. More specifically, it calls for greater efforts to link political ecology with ongoing movements outside academia, such as the global environmental justice movement and the degrowth movement in Europe. First, the authors consider the links between ecological economics and political ecology and some of the ways in which cross-fertilization has occurred. They then present a line of ecological economics research that employs a particular political ecological–economic vocabulary and analytic framework to analyse environmental conflicts and injustices, both of which are central subjects of political ecology. The focus is in particular on a ‘political’ stream of work within ecological economics concerned with intra-and intergenerational distribution and conflicting languages of valuation. Emergent work around the eco-egalitarian imaginary of ‘degrowth’ is subsequently introduced and briefly described. The authors argue that ecological economics has valuable insights to offer to political ecologists seeking to supplant the depoliticizing discourse of ecological modernization. They conclude that a deepening of exchange and collaboration between political ecology and ecological economics holds considerable transformative potential, especially since the relevance of political ecology lies in its ability to contribute to the construction of a more sustainable future.
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Joan Martínez-Alier and Inge Røpke

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Joan Martínez-Alier and Inge Røpke

Ecological economics is an increasingly important subject that addresses the current conflict between positive economic growth and negative environmental consequences. In this research review the authors, both leading scholars in their field, have selected the most important recently published papers on the subject.
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Joan Martínez-Alier and Inge Røpke

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Joan Martínez-Alier and Inge Røpke

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Joan Martínez-Alier and Roldan Muradian

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Joan Martínez-Alier and Roldan Muradian

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Edited by Joan Martínez-Alier and Roldan Muradian

This Handbook provides an overview of major current debates, trends and perspectives in ecological economics. It covers a wide range of issues, such as the foundations of ecological economics, deliberative methods, the de-growth movement, ecological macroeconomics, social metabolism, environmental governance, consumer studies, knowledge systems and new experimental approaches. Written by leading authors in their respective areas of specialisation, the contributions systematize the “state of the art” in the selected topics, and draw insights about new knowledge frontiers.
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Beatriz Rodríguez-Labajos and Joan Martínez-Alier