Nature and Society Workshop Panel 2- The Amazon Fires, Livelihoods, and the State

When: Friday, October 11, 2019 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Where: 018 Eggers Hall

Description:

Nature and Society Workshop Panel 2- The Amazon Fires, Livelihoods, and the State


Chair: Jamie Gagliano (TBC). Syracuse University


Pachamama Burning: The Politics of Fire in the Bolivian Amazon. Andrea Marston, Rutgers University


Traditional Land Uses and Ecotourism in the Colombian Amazon: A Critical Socio-Environmental Issue for Communities and Rainforest Conservation. Andrés Urcuqui,  SUNY ESF


Drivers of destruction: What lies behind deforestation and environmental degradation in Peruvian Amazon? Mirella Prettell. Syracuse University


Fires and Indigenous Livelihoods: Political Ecology Approach to Intercultural Engagement in the Bolivian Amazon. Moory Romero, SUNY ESF


What’s old is new again: Amazon deforestation and the cycles of political ecology. Tom Perreault. Syracuse University


For accommodation requests, please contact Deborah Toole at datoole@syr.edu or call 315.443.2606.

  

This is an annual workshop, this year sponsored by the Geography Department of the Maxwell School of Syracuse University.  Other universities joining the workshop include: Clark University, Cornell University, State University of New York- Environmental Science and Forestry, Rutgers University, Temple University, and West Virginia University.  


Accessibility: To request accommodations, please contact the event organizer listed above.

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