Mr Mark-Stanton Bailey1, Dr Natalie Osborne1, Professor Jason Byrne2 1Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia, 2University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia   Political ecology studies are replete with examples of governance and economic stressors that impact social and environmental conditions. The socio-spatial distribution...
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Miss Rahwa Kidane1 1University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia   Smallholder farmers’ in Ethiopia are vulnerable to climatic and non-climatic forces. Using a survey of 400 farm households, in-depth interviews and participatory methods that employed a case study approach, the study...
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A/Prof. Krishna Shrestha1, Dr Bisika Thapa2, Professor Eileen Baldry1, Professor  Anthony Zwi1, Dr Hemant Ojha1, Mr Santosh Sharma2 1University of New South Wales , Kensignton, Australia 2CARE Nepal, Lalitpur, Nepal   Justice in the context of disasters is important but...
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Miss Anna Leditschke1, Mr Mark-Stanton Bailey2 1University Of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia 2Cities Research Institute, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia   The extraction of natural resources for human use is an internationally contentious, multifaceted and politically-charged issue. This conflict is often...
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Dr Deborah Cleland1, Dr Miranda Forsyth1 1School Of Regulation And Global Governance (regnet), Anu, Acton, Australia   Restorative justice (RJ) and environmental justice (EJ) arose from a deep dissatisfaction with the outcomes offered through conventional regulatory processes from law making...
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