Unsettling Ecological Imperialism by Reconciling South-North Interests?

Post doctoral researcher Ayonghe raises questions about accommodating different interests in the use of nature and natural resources in the HELSUS Global South Blog.

A blog post from post doctoral researcher Ayonghe Akonwi Nebasifu discusses the concept of ecological imperialism and its role in global ecological crises. He highlights the need to be cautious of its dangers, including institutionalized inequalities, economic growth, and land distribution issues resulting resulting from ecologically unequal exchanges in capitalism. He also mentions the potential for sustainability insights from the Global South, particularly in indigenous knowledge.

Read the blog post here