|Dear POLLEN Members and Friends,|
During these turbulent times we were happy to receive a large amount of input from members across the network. It’s great to see that the POLLEN sense of community is being upheld, despite the challenges we all face during the pandemic.
This month we have a lot of exciting new publications and blog posts, information about a new page on the website with tips for moving our (working) lives online, a couple of PhD announcements and some other bits and bobs. We are also sad to announce the cancellation of POLLEN20 this coming June. Read more about all this by scrolling down.
NOTE: the updates below are a copy of the original newsletter, and therefore might not contain all hyperlinks and media. To access the original with full content, as well as to see previous newsletters, follow this link: https://us20.campaign-archive.com/home/?u=71814a42a0d2d8f390cbee1be&id=3fe97edf35
When: 20-23 September, 2020
Where: Wageningen University, Wageningen, The Netherlands
Deadline for organised session submissions: 31 March 2020
Deadline for abstract submissions: 10 April, 2020Read full description below
By Robert Fletcher, Ivan Murray Mas, Macià Blázquez-Salom & Asunción Blanco-Romero
Cover photo Source: Ultima Hora
The COVID-19 crisis shows what degrowth in the global tourism industry could look like. But it would need much more concerted planning to address the social impacts of this transition.Read more
Following the recent publication of our new book The Conservation Revolution: Radical Ideas for Saving Nature beyond the Anthropocene, we have invited a range of readers to respond with their own thoughts on the book and the proposals it advances. These responses are collected below, under this blog post. If you would like to include your own response in this exchange please contact Bram or Rob.
Dear POLLEN friends,
As a way of trying to help the POLLEN community and others adapt to the measures taken to slow down the spread of COVID19, we would like to gather and share resources that can inspire/help us moving conference panels, workshops, teaching, etc. online. If you know of any such resources, please share them with us on firstname.lastname@example.org! We will add a page a page under Political Ecology Resources where you will be able to find these materials.
Looking forward to reading your inputs!
As many of us are seeing our lives changed by COVID19 and the measures taken to delay and contain it, we believe there is value in trying to uphold the POLLEN sense of community.
Thus, as always, we hope those of you who are able to, will share with us your updates, new publications, blog posts, and anything else you think is interesting for the upcoming POLLEN newsletter. Please send these to email@example.com by Wednesday, 25th of March.
Please also make sure that your input is academic and surrounding political ecology.
Where: School of Social Sciences, Monash University
Deadline to apply: 5 pm, 6th of April, 2020
International students welcomeRead more below