Environment & Urbanization

World leading environmental and urban studies journal

Book notes

Socially Engaged Art and the Neoliberal City explores how socially engaged art can influence and challenge how we live in, imagine and think about our cities – something that is increasingly dictated by neoliberal and technocratic visions.

Climate Change, Vulnerability and Migration explores the impact of climate change on migration, particularly on the socioeconomically poor who are disproportionately vulnerable and bear the worst impacts from climate change-related events.

The emerging megacity of the book’s title is Hyderabad, a quickly growing city of about 9 million people in the southern Indian state of Telangana.

Dead Labor attempts to conceptualize a political economy of premature death, arguing that this can be characterized by an emerging “necrocapitalism”. Under necrocapitalism, the social relations of capitalism condition premature death through the unequal commodification of living labour.

Tomatoes & Taxi Ranks is based on the findings from the Consuming Urban Poverty research project.

Social Sustainability, Climate Resilience and Community-Based Urban Development argues that built environments implemented according to a socially aware planning process can support pro-community behaviours that (1) contribute to daily social sustainability and (2) help strengthen climat

Future Cities is a philosophically and culturally wide-ranging look at the usefulness of imagined cities.

Pathways to Well-Being in Design attempts to illuminate how different disciplines approach the shared goal of supporting human well-being.

The number of refugees living in towns and cities has greatly increased since the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) released its urban refugee policy in 2009.

Renew Orleans interrogates the political economy of urban development in New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

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