Energy & Minerals Sources
Angel, James (May 2016). Towards Energy Democracy. Discussions and outcomes from an international workshop. Transnational Institute.

De Ridder, M. (2013). The geopolitics of mineral resources for renewable energy technologies. The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies.

Energy Democracy, n.d. “What is Energy Democracy.” Climate Justice Alliance.

FACT SHEET: Battery Minerals for the Clean Energy Transition, EarthWorks

Gauthier, Philippe (November 21, 2018). “The Limits of Renewable Energy and the Case for Degrowth.” Post Carbon Institute.

“Good Energy Bad Energy? Transforming Our Energy System for People and the Planet”(2013). Friend of the Earth International. https://gebe.foei.org/

Sweeney, Sean (2018). Another Energy Is Possible. Volume 44.2 of the Publication Series Ecology. Edited by the Heinrich Böll Foundation 2018.

Food Sources

Boelens, Rutgerd & Perreault, Tom & Vos, Jeroen. (2018). Water justice.

Bordignon, Marta & Greco, Roberta. (2013). Water Grabbing and Water Rights: Indigenous ‘Sovereignty’ v. State Sovereignty?

Bromels, John. (2019). After the DowDuPont Split: An Investor’s Guide to the 3 New Companies

Browne, M., Riesman, C., and Xochitl, E. 2019. Queering Ecology: Toward a View that Affirms All Life. EcoFarm: Ecological Farming Association.

Chalet, Andrew & Iredale, Felicity & Bukoye, Temitayo. (2019). Major restructurings in the agriculture industry.

Deconinck, Koen. (2919). From Big Six to Big Four: New OECD Study Sheds Light on Concentration and competition in seed markets.

ETC Group. 2017. Who Will Feed Us? The Peasant Food Web vs. The Industrial Food Chain.

Figueroa-Helland, L., Thomas, C., and Pérez Aguilera, A.. (2018). “Decolonizing Food Systems: Food Sovereignty, Indigenous Revitalization, and Agroecology as Counter-Hegemonic Movements.”

Gonzalez, C. 2011. Climate Change, Food Security, and Agrobiodiversity: Toward a Just, Resilient, and Sustainable Food System. New York: Fordham Environmental Law Review.

Gonzalez, C. 2016. The Environmental Justice Implications of Biofuels. Los Angeles: UCLA.

Ford, A., Nigh, R. (2015). The Maya Forest Garden. New York: Routledge

Friends of the Earth International. (2018). Agroecology: Innovating for Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems.

IPES-Food. (2017). Too Big to Feed: Exploring the impacts of mega-mergers, consolidation and concentration of power in the agri-food sector

IPES-Food. (2016) From uniformity to diversity: a paradigm shift from industrial agriculture to diversified agroecological systems

Nyeleni. (2014). Agroecology and Climate

Ormsby, Alison A. and Bhagwat, Shonil A. (2010). Sacred forests of India: a strong tradition of community- based natural resource management. Environmental Conservation, 37(3) pp. 320–326.

Sandwell, Katie. (2019). Mega-Mergers and the fight for our food system.

Pimbert, Michael P. (2017) Constructing Knowledge for Food Sovereignty, Agroecology and Biocultural Diversity.

Pimbert, Michael P. (2017) Democratizing Knowledge and Ways of Knowing for Food Sovereignty, Agroecology and Biocultural Diversity.

Transnational Institute. 2013. The Global Land Grab, A primer

UNCTAD. (2009). World Investment Report. Chapter 2 -- Transnational Corporations, Agricultural Production, and Development. United Nations.

Wartman, Paul & Acker, Rene & Martin, Ralph. (2018). Temperate Agroforestry: How Forest Garden Systems Combined with People-Based Ethics Can Transform Culture. Sustainability.

Land Sources

De Loggans, Regan. (n.d.) Let’s Talk Land Back. Indigenous Kinship Collective. 

Fenelon JV, Hall TD. Revitalization and Indigenous Resistance to Globalization and Neoliberalism. American Behavioral Scientist. 2008;51(12):1867-1901.

Friends of the Earth International, (2018) “Can market-based approaches address critical loss of biodiversity?” Friends of the Earth International & Green Finance Observatory.

Maffi, L., & Woodley, E. 2010. Biocultural diversity conservation: A global sourcebook. London: Sterling, VA.

Maffi, L. A Primer on Biocultural Diversity. 2014. “Biocultural Diversity Toolkit: An Introduction to Biocultural Diversity” Volume 1. Terralingua.

McAfee, Kathleen. (2015) Green economy and carbon markets for conservation and development: a critical view. International Environmental Agreements. 10.1007/s10784-015-9295-4.

Gamblin, Ronald.(n.d.) LAND BACK! What do we mean? 4Rs Youth Movement.

Humphreys, David (2018). Forest politics, neoliberalism and the limits of international environmental policy. In: Kütting, Gabriela and Herman, Kyle eds. Global Environmental Politics: Concepts, Theories and Case Studies, 2nd edition. London: Routledge

Parotta, J. A. and R. L. Trosper, 2012. Traditional Forest-Related Knowledge: Sustaining Communities, Ecosystems and Biocultural Diversity. New York: Springer.

Steffen, W., Rockström, J., Richardson, K., Lenton, T. M., Folke, C., Liverman, D., Summerhayes, C.P., Barnosky, A.D., Cornell, S.E., Crucifix, M. Donges, J.F., Fetzer, I., Lade, S.J., Scheffer, M., Winkelmann, R., Schellnhuber, H.J. 2018. Trajectories of the Earth System in the Anthropocene. Cambridge: PNAS vol. 115 pp 8252-8259
Tuck, Eve, and K. Yang. 2012. “Decolonization Is Not a Metaphor.” Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society 1(1): 1-40.

Vadrot, A.B.M, (2018) Endangered species, biodiversity and the politics of conservation. In: Kütting, G. (Ed.). Global Environmental Politics. Concepts, Theories and Case Studies. London & New York, 198-226.

Wartman, Paul & Acker, Rene & Martin, Ralph. (2018). Temperate Agroforestry: How Forest Garden Systems Combined with People-Based Ethics Can Transform Culture. Sustainability. 10. 2246. 10.3390/su10072246.

Waste Sources

Mishra, Siba & Mishra, Durga. (2018). Waste Generation and Management in Anthropocene epoch: An objective appraisal of Indian condition.

Lehman, Steffen. (2011). Optimizing Urban Material Flows and Waste Streams in Urban Development through Principles of Zero Waste and Sustainable Consumption.

Heinrich Böll Foundation & Break Free From Plastic (2019). Plastic Atlas: Facts and figures about the world of synthetic polymers.

Shedroff, Nathan. (2009). Design is the Problem: The Future of Design Must be Sustainable

Pellow, David Naguib. (2007) Resisting Global Toxics: Transnational Movements for Environmental Justice
ETC group. (2017). Who will feed us? The Industrial Food Chain vs. The Peasant Food Web. Etc Group, 3rd.

Patel, D., Moon, D., Tangri, N. & Wilson, M. (2020). All Talk and No Recycling: An Investigation of the U.S. “Chemical Recycling” Industry. Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives.

PlastEurope. (2018, July). Closure of operation in Italy / Phthalates issue under REACH brings down European PVC recycling project.

Rollinson, A. & Oladejo, J.  (2020). Chemical Recycling: Status, Sustainability, and Environmental Impacts. Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives.

Tabrizi S, Rollinson A, Hoffmann M & Favoino E. (2020). Understanding the Environmental Impacts of Chemical Recycling - ten concerns with existing life cycle assessments. Zero Waste Europe.
Tangri, N. & Wilson, M. (2017). Waste Gasification & Pyrolysis: High Risk, Low Yield Processes for Waste Management. Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives.

Water Sources

Bordignon, Marta & Greco, Roberta. (2013). Water Grabbing and Water Rights: Indigenous ‘Sovereignty’ v. State Sovereignty?.
Boelens , R. (2015a). Water Justice in Latin America: The Politics of Difference, Equality, and Indifference . Amsterdam : CEDLA and University of Amsterdam

Davids, K. F., Dalin, C., DeFries, R., Galloway, J. N., Leach, A. M., & Mueller, N. D. (2019, January 1). Sustainable Pathways for Meeting Future Food Demand (P. Ferranti, E. M. Berry, & J. R. Anderson (eds.)). ScienceDirect; Elsevier.
Davis, K. F., Rulli, M. C., & D’Odorico, P. (2015). The global land rush and climate change. Earth’s Future, 3(8), 298–311.

Davis, K. F., et al. (2015). “The Global Land Rush and Climate Change.” AGU Journals, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 14 Aug. 2015.

Dell'Angelo, Jampel & Rulli, Maria Cristina & D'Odorico, Paolo. (2018). The Global Water Grabbing Syndrome. Ecological Economics.

Franco, Jennifer & Borras, Saturnino & Alonso-Fradejas, Alberto & Buxton, Nick & Herre, R. & Kay, Sylvia & Feodoroff, T.. (2013). The Global Land Grab: A Primer. 

Harris, Leila & Mckenzie, Scott & Rodina, Lucy & Shah, Sameer & Wilson, Nicole. (2018). Water justice: key concepts, debates and research agendas.

Magdoff, Fred and Foster, John B. (2010). Topics: Ecology. “What Every Environmentalist Needs to Know About Capitalism.” Monthly Review, 26 Aug. 2010

Roy, Arundhati, and Aradhana Seth. Dam/age: A Film with Arundhati Roy. Brooklyn, NY: First Run/Icarus Films, 2004. Internet resource. 

Transnational Institute. (2019). The Global Water Grab: A Primer

Transnational Institute. (2018). The future for democratic public water: resistance and alternatives. 
Water Commoning. (2019). Countering water colonialism: Indigenous peoples’ rights, responsibilities and international water governance frameworks. 

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