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shed light on innovative technologies in the domain of resource extraction and mining. Although mining projects always use established technologies in combination with new approaches, we understand them as emerging technologies because they relate to uncertainties, ambivalences, and unanswered

In: Perspectives on Global Development and Technology

1 Introduction Social conflict related to resource extraction is typically attributed to environmental or economic concerns. While these factors are important, I will show that social conflict related to resource extraction, specifically in Andean Latin America, is rather a response to social

In: Perspectives on Global Development and Technology

Environment: Change and Natural Resource Extraction: Egypt Environment: Change and Natural Resource Extraction: Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria Environment: Change and Natural Resource Extraction: Palestine Environment: Change and Natural Resource Extraction: Sub-Saharan Africa Environment: Change

indigenous peoples. Such standards include the involvement of Sámi people in resource extraction projects, facilitating their consultation and expression of free, prior and informed consent and opening the opportunity for their effective influence on projects that may have detrimental impacts on their lives

In: Nordic Journal of International Law

In many respects, Turkey is unexceptional in terms of relationships between women, gender relations, and environmental change and natural resource extraction. For instance, evidence from Turkey is suggestive of ways that women's societal and work roles condition women's interest in dif ferentiated

Women and gender issues relate to environment change and natural resource extraction depending on both the geographical setting – semi-arid, humid, and forest, as well as environmental zones with great mineral wealth – and people's beliefs and cultural practices surrounding resource use. Sub

Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, Ecology is an international academic journal that studies the relationships between religion, culture, and ecology worldwide. The journal addresses how cultural and ecological developments influence the world's major religions, giving rise to new forms of religious expression, and how in turn religious belief and cultural background can influence peoples' attitudes toward ecology.

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Christiana Z. Peppard and Andrea Vicini (eds.), Just Sustainability: Technology, Ecology, and Resource Extraction . Maryknoll, NY : Orbis Books, 2015. 292 pps. ( PB ) $ 42.00. ISBN : 978-1-62698-132-4. Just Sustainability is a collection of 28 essays, introduced by Christiana Peppard

In: Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology

to guarantee the access of decolonized countries to the economic benefits derived from natural resource extraction in their territories. This, in turn, allowed the new independent states to disregard agreements and contracts signed by foreign companies with colonial states that were harmful to the

In: International Human Rights Law Review