Online course: Methodologies to study socio-environmental conflicts in digital sources

Open registrations!

Duration: six weeks, starting February 1, 2021.

Language: Spanish.

Weekly live online lectures. Classes will be recorded and available after each session for all enrollees.

Professors: Marhylda Victoria Rivero Corona and Marx Jose Gomez-Liendo (both are POLLEN members).

The course provides tools to analyze the connections between national and global contexts, identify disputes between different worldviews and valuation languages, reveal actors’ agendas, and analyze socio-environmental conflicts explanation.

Here you can find more information about costs, syllabus, and certification. If you have additional questions, do not hesitate to contact formigas@iberoamericasocial.com

New resources to teach and learn about the political ecology of urban waste management

Original post by Henrik Ernstson of http://situatedupe.net/tlr/

We are proud to present NEW RESOURCES from our #SituatedUPE Collective to teach & learn about the political ecology of urban waste management. We recently finalised our Turning Livelihoods to Waste?-project (TLR) and created this page with outputs: http://situatedupe.net/tlr

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Political Ecology Syllabi

Just a brief note: the POLLEN website now includes a page to facilitate the sharing of political ecology-related course syllabi, curricula, and other teaching resources: https://politicalecologynetwork.wordpress.com/political-ecology-syllabi/

If you have a relevant syllabus that you would like to make available, kindly get in touch via the WordPress online interface, or at politicalecologynetwork@gmail.com

Please join us in improving access to PE-related courses and other teaching materials!