EDITORIAL
Feminist Political Ecology
by Raijeli Nicole

A Note from the Guest Editor
by Jo M. Villanueva

TALKING POINTS
Shifting Feminisms: From Inter-sectionality to Political Ecology Lanka
by Sunila Abeysekera

ONE ON ONE
Yvone Underhill-Sem on Feminist Political Ecology: Linking the Local to the Global
by Janice Lopez

FEATURES
In the Aftermath of the Tsunami Disaster: Gender Identities in Sri Lanka
by Sepali Kottegoda

Rural Women and Natural Resources in Nepal: Women’s Roles in Survival versus Hegemonies
by Sabrina Regmi

From Eco-religion to Political Ecology in India: Feminist Interventions in Development
by Kiran Prasad

A River Dies in Siocon: Canadian Mining Company Disrupts Peace among the Subanons
by Alyansa Tigil Mina

Wild Politics: A vision for the next 40,000 years
by Susan Hawthorne

PHOTO ESSAY
The Sites and Sights of Women and Environment
Doc 1

Doc 2
by Marvic Leonen

COMMUNITY AND INDEPENDENT MEDIA
Women, Community Radio, and Post-Disaster Recovery Process
by Ade Tanesia

WE'VE GOT MALE
A Conversation with Fr. Albert Alejo: Women, Power Struggles, and the Environment
by Janice Lopez

ISIS REVIEWS
Politicians and the Shaping of Masculinities: Mr. Gore Goes to Washington
by Jasmine Nadua Trice

 

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