Sustainable commons governance and climate justice : ecofeminist insights and indigenous traditions
This paper brings together North American and global examples of traditional and new forms of "commons" which help to meet local subsistence needs and develop communities' social, political and economic resilience in the face of climate change. Commons governance represents a dynamic means of risk reduction which addresses the shortcomings of both market and state-oriented governance and is becoming increasingly relevant as climate change threatens human subsistence worldwide. Indigenous traditions and leadership are central to this (re-)emergent phenomenon. Drawing on the literatures of ecological ...
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