Conference on climate change and agrarian justice
The way agrarian struggles connect with the huge challenge of climate change is a vital focus for both thinking and action. Climate change is inextricably entwined with capitalism, but how the relationship between capitalism and climate change plays out in the rural world requires deeper analysis.
In a recently-published essay, ‘Climate change and agrarian struggles’, members of the JPS editorial collective lay out a preliminary agenda for future work linking climate change to critical agrarian studies. From across a spectrum of scholarly and activist engagements, and in the lead-up to COP27, we seek contributions that speak to how we can build an anti-capitalist, trans-environmental and agrarian approach to confront climate change in rural settings.
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To attend the conference please complete your registration by September 24.
Format and programme design
The full conference progamme is now available here.
The conference programme is designed to foster dialogue and interaction across a spectrum of scholar and activist communities. To facilitate this, there will be both plenary and parallel sessions.
We are making every effort to secure simultaneous translation for Spanish, French and Chinese, for plenary sessions only.
Journal of Peasant Studies, Transnational Institute, Collective of Agrarian Scholar-Activists of the Global South, Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies
Amita Baviskar, Annie Shattuck, Ian Scoones, Jacobo Grajales, Jennifer Franco, Katie Sandwell, Marc Edelman, Nancy Peluso, Ricado Jacobs, Ruth Hall, Saturnino Borras Jr, Sergio Sauer, Shaila Seshia Galvin, Sinem Kavak, Wendy Wolford.
Papers, programme and other resources will be posted here. Conference fee: There is no conference fee. Twitter: #climateagrarianjustice Queries: climateagrarianconference @ gmail.com