Alf Hornborg is an anthropologist and Professor of Human Ecology at Lund University, Sweden. His research focuses on theorizing the cultural and political. A Jerneck, L Olsson, B Ness, S Anderberg, M Baier, E Clark, T Hickler, Sustainability science 6 (1), , , Zero-sum world: challenges in. Alf Hornborg is Professor of Human Ecology at Lund University since He received his Ph.D. in Cultural Anthropology from the University.
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Alf Hornborg – Why you can’t have free trade and save the planet
Towards a thermodynamics of imperialism Alf Hornborg Man: Read the original article. Dualism and hierarchy in lowland South America: Current Anthropology 46 4, Yet such material asymmetry appears to be a side issue for mainstream economists, who continue to assert the overall benefits of free trade. The nine articles discuss theories, methodologies, and empirical case studies pertaining to ecologically unequal exchange, and address its relationship to ecological debt.
One way to assess the occurrence of unequal exchange may be to look at the direction of net flows of energy and materials concrete, productive potentialbut without falling into the trap of equating productive potential with economic value.
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Why a sustainable economy would have to be multicentric Alf Hornborg Culture and Agriculture29 p. Smith, “Amazon Sweet Sea: To explain it in terms of a lack of capital or in terms of the vast land requirements are two sides of the same coin.
So how to break this impasse? This article was originally published on The Conversation. Power, Practices, Technologiesp. Global socioenvironmental change and sustainability since the Neolithic Rethinking environmental history: This article argues that many destructive aspects of the contemporary global economy are consequences of the use of general-purpose money to organize social and human-environmental relations, and that the political ideals of sustainability, justice, and resilience will only be feasible if money itself is redesigned.
This article introduces a Special Section on Ecologically Unequal Exchange EUEan underlying source of most of the environmental distribution conflicts in our time.
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His critics said the US president had not understood how protectionist policies would spell disaster for the world economy. Add Social Profiles Facebook, Twitter, etc. Technology versus economy and other fragmentations Alf Hornborg Knowledge and Policy6 p.
Sydamerika Alf Hornborg Nationalencyklopedin9 p. Alf Hornborg Transformations of kinshipp. In this article, we propose a research agenda that advances the methodological and theoretical understanding of what SS can be, how it can be pursued and what it can contribute. Click here to sign up.
Nor are they magical keys to limitless energy. Towards a transdisciplinary understanding of accumulation Alf Hornborg Challenges in environmental human dimensions research: Being and Acting in Times of Un Certaintyp.
Sustainability science 6 1, The notion of a reasonable market price conceals the fact that what is being exchanged are intact resources for products representing resources already spent. If you are interested in knowing about this project, or even participating in it, we invite you to visit our website elmundofelizdelfuturo.
World-system history and global environmental change Globalization and the Environment Book. Environmentalism, ethnicity, and sacred places Alf Hornborg Voices of the Land: The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute.
Mistranslating relationism and absolving the market: The geology of mankind? Global socioenvironmental change and sustainability since the Neolithic.
The expanding ecological footprints of affluent people are unjust as well as unsustainable. Help Center Find new research papers in: Exchange, personhood, and ecological practice Alf Hornborg Negotiating Nature: Culture, Power, and Environmental Argument2 p.
Outlines of a contextualist paradigm for human ecology Alf Hornborg Nature and society: Global inequalities of economy, technology, and environment A Hornborg Rowman Altamira Footprints in the cotton fields: If we consider, longitudinally along the production process, any given set of fuels and raw materials destined to be transformed into a given product plus waste, its content of available energy will be inversely related to its utility or price. The generic research platform serves to structure and create new knowledge in SS and is a tool for exploring any set of sustainability challenges.
On perspectives lost in estimating the costs and benefits of inequality Alf Hornborg The Give and Take of Sustainability: A view from Amazonia Alf Hornborg Coast to coast – arrival: World-system history and global environmental change Globalization and the Environment Negotiating nature: