Publications - Dr Adrian Nel
  • Nel, A. 2015. The Choreography of Sacrifice: Neoliberal Biopolitics, Environmental Damage and Assemblages of Market Environmentalism. Geoforum. 65, 246-254.
  • Nel, A. 2015. The neoliberalisation of forestry governance, market environmentalism and re-territorialisation in Uganda. Third World Quarterly 36 (12), 2294-2315
  • Nel A. 2015. “Zones of Awkward Engagement in Ugandan Carbon Forestry”. In Scoones, I., and Leach, M. Carbon Forestry in Africa. Brighton: University of Sussex
  • Nel, A. Forthcoming. “Carbon Forestry and Forestry Governance”. In Paladino, S., and Fiske, S. (eds). The Carbon Fix.San Francisco: Left Coast Press (in production).
  • Nel, A. and Hill, D. 2015. The Complexities of Community, Carbon sequestration and State Protected Areas in Uganda. In Barrett, G., Brooks, S., Josefsson, J. and Zulu, N. (eds) The Changing Face of Land and Conservation in Post-colonial Africa. London: Routledge
  • Nel, A and Hill, D. 2014 Comparing project orientations and commercialisation logics within Carbon Forestry projects in Eastern and Southern Africa. in Capitalism Nature Socialism. Volume 25, Issue 4, 2014 p 19-35.
  • Nel, A and Hill, D. 2013. Constructing Walls of Carbon – The Complexities of Community, Carbon sequestration and State Protected Areas in Uganda. In Journal of Contemporary African Studies. Volume 31, Issue 3, p 421-440.
  • Nel, A. 2011. Green Development Paradigms: A Zimbabwean Example. In Kennet, M., Mekonen, M., and Felton, J (eds). Green Economics: Voices of Africa. Reading: GEI.

 

Working Papers, Reports and Journalism

 

  • Nel, A. 2015. Assembling value in Carbon Forestry. Leverhulme Centre for the Study of Value Working Paper Series. University of Manchester. Available:http://thestudyofvalue.org/publications/
  • Nel, A. 2015. Climate change, local political ecology, and race in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe. EKOSIASA: The politics of ecology in East Africa and Beyond. Available: https://ekosiasa.wordpress.com/2015/01/19/guest-post-climate-change-local-political-ecology-and-race-in-hwange-national-park-zimbabwe/
  • Nel, A and Turner, T. (2014) Fracking exporation and Grassroots Resistance in Canada. University of Arizona Public Political Ecology Lab (PPEL) special focus on the Political Ecologies of Extractive Industries and Indigenous Peoples. Available: http://ppel.arizona.edu/?cat=65
  • Nel, A and Sharife, K. 2012. East African trees and the Green Resource Curse. In Bond, P (Ed). The CDM in Africa Cannot Deliver the Money. Durban: University of KwaZulu Natal Centre for Civil Society (CCS) and Dartmouth College Climate Justice Research Project (USA).

 

Videography Publications (Emergent Productions – Science and Social Science communication)

 

  • Nel, A. 2015. Climate Change Impacts and Imperatives Series 3. Hwange Game Count: The connections between climate change, Water and Wildlife Management in Southern Africa. Biosphere Defence Project (BDP), International Institute of Climate Action and Theory. University of California. Available: http://www.iicat.org/iicat-biosphere-defense-project/
  • Nel, A 2015. (Fortchoming) Climate Change Impacts and Imperatives Series 2: Glaciers in Tanzania, New Zealand and Antarctica. Biosphere Defense Project (BDP), International Institute of Climate Action and Theory (IICAT.org) University of California.
  • Nel, A. 2014. Climate Change Impacts and Imperatives: Smallholder Agriculture and Livestock Farming in Southern Africa. Biosphere Defense Project (BDP), International Institute of Climate Action and Theory (IICAT.org) University of California. Available: https://vimeo.com/114330899
  • Nel, A. 2014. Critical Voices on the Green Economy in the South. Biosphere Defense Project (BDP), International Institute of Climate Action and Theory (IICAT.org) University of California. Available: https://vimeo.com/101229966
  • Nel, A. 2012. The Mighty Tasman Glacier: A Shrinking Beast. University of Otago Departments of Geography and Surveying, and the Institute of Geological and Nuclear Science (GNS Science) New Zealand. Available: https://vimeo.com/62319613

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