Environmental Political Theory

We are pleased to present series of posts by political theorists on the issues addressed in this blog. Posts in the series will appear roughly every other week through summer, 2016—and (we hope) beyond—under the “Environmental Political Theory” category. The initial posts are based on papers presented at a European Consortium for Political Research workshop held last month in Pisa, Italy, on “Reframing Environmentalism? Environmental Political Theory in the Anthropocene.” (For examples of work in environmental political theory that examines the idea of habitability, please see the site associated with sessions on “Habitability, Habitation, Justice” at the 2015 American Political Science Association meeting.)

Posts in the series are collected here.