28 Feb 2018

Resistance to Keystone pipeline continues in face of huge spill, South Dakota considers pulling TransCanada’s operating permit

Resistance to Keystone pipeline continues after most recent spill, while South Dakota Public Service Commission warns TransCanada Inc that they…

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05 Dec 2017

Mapping Back: A workshop on counter mapping resource conflicts on Indigenous homelands

Science writer Sunitha Chari attended the MappingBack workshop in October 2017 organized by ACKnowl-EJ, Concordia University, Department of Geography, Planning and…

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13 Sep 2017

Update from the field: crafts transformation and women weavers in Kachchh, India

Women have been integral part of Vannat (handloom weaving) processes since centuries in Kachchh, however, their role and work has…

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25 Jul 2017

On Taking Transformation Seriously: Dreams, speculations, and alternative-building in academia

Lena Weber is a PhD candidate at the Autonomous University of Barcelona and a member of the ACKnowl-EJ network. In…

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22 Jun 2017

Reflection series on ACKnowl-EJ meetings in Beirut, Blog 2: Research, convening and bridging across Transformative Knowledge Networks

Research, convening and bridging: sharing insights from the ISSC’s Transformative Knowledge Networks Our second Beirut-series blog is penned by Adrian…

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23 May 2017

‘Petróleo’ (Barcelona, May 26-27) will reflect on bio-physical limits of economic growth, including talk by ACKnow-EJ Co-Coordinator Leah Temper

Late on the night of November 1st, 1975, Italian filmmaker, poet, and writer Pier Paolo Pasolini was brutally murdered. Decades…

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