Environment and Planning E-Nature and Space

(The median citation count of Environment and Planning E-Nature and Space is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
The temporal fragility of infrastructure: Theorizing decay, maintenance, and repair33
Against climate apartheid: Confronting the persistent legacies of expendability for climate justice31
Greening extractivism: Environmental discourses and resource governance in the ‘Lithium Triangle’27
A political ecology of data23
The Creatures Collective: Manifestings23
Magical disruption? Alternative protein and the promise of de-materialization23
The body as infrastructure22
Making India’s cleanest city: Sanitation, intersectionality, and infrastructural violence22
Where species don’t meet: Invisibilized animals, urban nature and city limits20
New extractive frontiers in Ireland and the moebius strip of wind/data19
Procurement, finance and the energy transition: Between global processes and territorial realities18
New political ecologies of renewable energy17
Entangled agencies: Rethinking causality and health in political-ecology16
New data infrastructures for environmental monitoring in Myanmar: Is digital transparency good for governance?16
Gorilla habituation and the role of animal agency in conservation and tourism development at Bwindi, South Western Uganda15
Indigenous climate change adaptation: New directions for emerging scholarship15
Conflicts, cooperation and experimentation: Analysing the politics of urban water through Accra’s heterogeneous water supply infrastructure15
(Counter)mapping renewables: Space, justice, and politics of wind and solar power in Mexico14
Environmental justice, settler colonialism, and more-than-humans in the occupied West Bank: An introduction14
Electricity capital and accumulation strategies in the U.S. electricity system13
Bankrolling biodiversity: The politics of philanthropic conservation finance in Chile13
Attractions of delay: Using deliberative engagement to investigate the political and strategic impacts of greenhouse gas removal technologies13
Industrial dynamics on the commodity frontier: Managing time, space and form in mining, tree plantations and intensive aquaculture13
Wildlife in the Digital Anthropocene: Examining human-animal relations through surveillance technologies13
The ambivalent political work of emotions in the defence of territory, life and the commons12
From “trust” to “trustworthiness”: Retheorizing dynamics of trust, distrust, and water security in North America12
Frictitious commodities: Virtuality, virtue and value in the carbon economy of repair12
Making insects tick: Responsibility, attentiveness and care in edible insect farming12
Labour in transition: A value-theoretical approach to renewable energy labour11
Sustainability as a Real Utopia – Heuristics for transformative sustainability research11
“Everyone wants this market to grow”: The affective post-politics of municipal green bonds11
A manifesto for shadow places: Re-imagining and co-producing connections for justice in an era of climate change11
Between decay and repair: Embodied experiences of infrastructure's materiality10
Environmental governance: Broadening ontological spaces for a more livable world10
Broaching the brook: Daylighting, community and the ‘stickiness’ of water10
Rail-to-park transformations in 21st century modern cities: Green gentrification on track10
From sustainable development to social-ecological justice: Addressing taboos and naturalizations in order to shift perspective10
Towards the arboreal side-effects of marronage: Black geographies and ecologies of the Jamaican forest10
Environmental justice and the politics of pollution: The case of the Formosa Ha Tinh Steel pollution incident in Vietnam10
Mining the air: Political ecologies of the circular carbon economy10
The recalibration of our relationships with science (and nature) by natural hazard risk mitigation practitioners9
Displacing the Anthropocene: Colonisation, extinction and the unruliness of nature in Palestine9
Thermal (In)equity and incarceration: A necessary nexus for geographers9
Towards enriched narrative political ecologies9
Dirty work in the clean city: An embodied Urban Political Ecology of women informal recyclers’ work in the ‘clean city’9
Situating climate change adaptation within plural worlds: The role of Indigenous and local knowledge in Pentecost Island, Vanuatu9
Making global oceans governance in/visible with Smart Earth: The case of Global Fishing Watch8
Nonscalability and generating digital outer space natures in No Man’s Sky8
Catholic clerical responses to climate change and Pope Francis’s Laudato Si’8
Clean development or the development of dispossession? The political economy of wind parks in Southern Mexico7
Mobilizing ‘impermaculture’: Temporary urban agriculture and the sustainability fix7
Powering racial capitalism: Electricity, rate-making, and the uneven energy geographies of Atlanta7
Alternative energy capital of the world? Fix, risk, and solar energy in Los Angeles’ urban periphery7
Water with larvae: Hydrological fertility, inequality, and mosquito urbanism7
Knowing bears: An ethnographic study of knowledge and agency in human–bear cohabitation7
Superimposition: How Indian city bureaucracies are responding to climate change7
Contested estuary ontologies: The conflict over the fairway adaptation of the Elbe River, Germany7
Slippery ontologies of tidal flats7
Gender, households and sustainability: Disentangling and re-entangling with the help of ‘work’ and ‘care’7
Race, citizenship, and belonging in the pursuit of water and climate justice in California7
AirPods and the earth: Digital technologies, planned obsolescence and the Capitalocene7
Replacing cheap nature? Sustainability, capitalist future-making and political ecologies of robotic pollination7
For multispecies autoethnography7
Contested Sovereignties: Indigenous disputes over plurinational resource governance6
Just water transitions at the end of sugar in Maui, Hawai‘i6
The social life of mangroves: Neoliberal development and mangrove conservation in the changing landscape of Kutch6
Tiger atmospheres and co-belonging in mangrove worlds6
Commons, Commoning and Co-Becoming: Nurturing Life-in-Common and Post-Capitalist Futures (An Introduction to the Theme Issue)6
Environmental justice and the state6
For “a no-state yet to come”: Palestinian urban place-making in Kufr Aqab, Jerusalem6
The Political Ecology of Death: Chinese Religion and The Affective Tensions of Secularised Burial Rituals in Singapore6
Hocus pocus? Spirituality and soil care in biodynamic agriculture6
Water for whom? Desalination and the cooptation of the environmental justice frame in Southern California6
Greenwashing in Palestine/Israel: Settler colonialism and environmental injustice in the age of climate catastrophe6
Feminist digital natures6
Energy transition, rural transformation and local land-use planning: Insights from Ontario, Canada5
Caring for water in Northern Peru: On fragile infrastructures and the diverse work involved in irrigation5
Individual animal geographies for the more-than-human city: Storying synanthropy and cynanthropy with urban coyotes5
Reparative accumulation? Financial risk and investment across socio-environmental crises5
Environmental imaginaries and the environmental sciences of antimicrobial resistance5
Introduction: Uneven geographies of electricity capital5
Multi-species, ecological and climate change temporalities: Opening a dialogue with phenology5
How to govern a sustainable supply chain: Standards, standardizers, and the political ecology of (in)advertence5
A multiplicity ofprek(s): Enacting a socionatural mosaic in the Cambodian upper Mekong delta5
The infrastructures of White settler perception: A political phenomenology of colonialism, genocide, ecocide, and emergency5
Urban informality and the state: Repairing Cairo’s waters through Gehood Zateya5
Living with cows, sheep and endemic disease in the North of England: Embodied care, biosocial collectivities and killability5
Endless modernisation: Power and knowledge in the Green Morocco Plan5
Political ecology and the Foucault effect: A need to diversify disciplinary approaches to ecological management?5
Earth in practice: Uncertainty, expertise and the expected Istanbul earthquake5
Disappearing reeds on Chongming Island: An environmental microhistory of Chinese eco-development5
The epistemic tensions of nuclear waste siting in a nuclear landscape4
Energopower, statecraft and political legitimacy4
In pursuit of diverse energy futures: The political economy of electricity in Senegal4
Holding water for the city: Emergent geographies of storage and the urbanization of nature4
Revisiting power and powerlessness: Speculating on West Virginia’s energy future and the externalities of the socioecological fix4
Overflow: The oppositional life of an environmental impact study in a Senegalese mining negotiation4
Expelled from the garden? Understanding the dynamics of green gentrification in Vancouver, British Columbia4
Explaining public risk acceptance of a petrochemical complex: A delicate balance of costs, benefits, and trust4
‘As dead as a dodo’: Extinction narratives and multispecies justice in the museum4
Fossilized conservation, or the unsustainability of saving nature in South Africa4
Towards conceptions of green gentrification as more-than-human4
Infrastructuring drip irrigation: The gendered assembly of farmers, laborers and state subsidy programs4
Policy framing and crisis narratives around food safety in Vietnam4
Constructing captive ecology at the aquarium: Hierarchy, care, violence, and the limits of control4
The new green apartheid? Race, capital and logics of enclosure in South Africa’s wildlife economy4
Against settler sustainability: California’s groundwater as a vertical frontier4
Soil drugs of the future: The sustainability of BioAg and the repair of arable land4
The role of hydrosocial heritages produced by hydrosocial territories in understanding environmental conflicts: The case of Sélune dam removals (France)4
Debating animal agriculture in contemporary India: Ethics, politics, ecologies4
Conserving inequality: How private conservation and property developers ‘fix’ spatial injustice in South Africa4
Driving development in the Amazon: Extending infrastructural citizenship with political ecology in Bolivia4
From fish to fishworker traceability in Thai fisheries reform4
Rethinking life-in-common in the Australian landscape4
Climate and energy justice along the Brahmaputra river in Northeast India4
Making land grabbable: Stealthy dispossessions by conservation in Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania4
What limits Muslim communities’ access to nature? Barriers and opportunities in the United Kingdom4
Invasive Plant Relations in a Global Pandemic: Caring for a “Problematic Pesto”4
(Dis)Entangling livestock marketplaces: Cattle purchasing, fluid engineering and market displays4
Solar power for some? Energy transition injustices in Kerala, India3
The cene scene: Who gets to theorize global time and how do we center indigenous and black futurities?3
Corrosive flows, faulty materialities: Building the brine collector in the Llobregat River Basin, Catalonia3
Sanitary governmentalities: Producing and naturalizing social differentiation in Maputo City, Mozambique (1887–2017)3
Pathways, targets and temporalities: Analysing English agriculture's net zero futures3
Imaginaries on ice: Sociotechnical futures of data centre development in Norway and Iceland3
Urbanizing Islands: A Critical History of Singapore's Offshore Islands3
Complexities of multispecies coexistence: Animal diseases and diverging modes of ordering at the wildlife–livestock interface in Southern Africa3
How “wild” are hatchery salmon? Conservation policy and the contested framing of nature in Canada and the United States3
The politics of evaporation and the making of atmospheric territory in Australia’s Murray-Darling Basin3
“I am Sapelo”: Racialized uneven development and land politics within the Gullah Geechee Corridor3
Chennai flyways: birds, biodiversity, and ecological decay3
Lively water infrastructure: Constructed wetlands in more-than-human waterscapes3
Explaining societal change through bricolage: Transformations in regimes of water governance3
Extending the boundaries of ‘urban society’: The urban political ecologies and pathologies of Ebola Virus Disease in West Africa3
Governing caterpillar fungus: Participatory conservation as state-making, territorialization, and dispossession in Dolpo, Nepal3
Contesting the greening of the urban growth machine: Ecological modernization and the promethean counter-discourse3
Tracing institutional surprises in the water–energy nexus: Stalled projects of Chile’s small hydropower boom3
Biocultural nation making: Biopolitics, cultural-territorial belonging, and national protected areas3
Fossil neoliberalism and its limits: Governing coal in South India3
Le terroir, c’est la vie’: Re-animating a concept among Burgundy’s wine producers3
Jatikaran: Caste, Rats, and the control of space at the Karni Mata Mandir3
‘Thinking with Kaipara’: A decolonising methodological strategy to illuminate social heterogenous nature–culture relations in place3
Negawatt resource frontiers: Extracting energy efficiency from private spaces3
The emotional life of rupture at Cambodia's Lower Sesan 2 hydropower dam3
Politicizing disaster governance: Can a board game stimulate discussions around disasters as matters of concern?3
The violence of involuntary resettlement and emerging resistance in Mozambique's Limpopo National Park: The role of physical and social infrastructure3
Working with the end of water: Infrastructure, labour, and everyday futures of socio-environmental collapse in Mexico city3
Fathoming postnatural oceans: Towards a low trophic theory in the practices of feminist posthumanities3
Unruly Mountains: Hydropower assemblages and geological surprises in the Indian Himalayas3
Beyond remediation: Containing, confronting and caring for the Giant Mine Monster3
Crafting ecologies of existence: More than human community making in Colombian textile craftivism3
They’re part of what we are’: Interspecies belonging, animal life and farming practice on the Isle of Skye3
Million Trees for Warsaw: Managing pollution crisis through green renewal3
Interdependencies, caring, and commoning: The case of herders in Ethiopia and Germany3
Learning to be human again: Being and becoming in the home garden commons3
All dried up: The materiality of drought in Ladismith, South Africa3
Biomass logistics: Mythistory and sociotechnical imaginary in trans-Atlantic wood pellet assemblage3
The ‘brother layer problem’: Routine killing, biotechnology and the pursuit of ‘ethical sustainability’ in industrial poultry3
The genetically modified organism shall not be refused? Talking back to the technosciences2
“A little portion of our 40 acres”: A black agrarian imaginary in the city2
Go to the forest! Exploring the orderings of Swedish Nature-Based Integration2
The colonialism of carbon capture and storage in Alberta's Tar Sands2
Oysteropolis: Animals in coastal gentrification2
Watershed or bank-to-bank? Scales of governance and the geographic definition of Great Lakes Areas of Concern2
Doing environmental justice: Prospects for sustainable engagement—From classroom to fieldwork2
The bioeconomy, carbon sinks, and depoliticization in Finnish forest politics2
Slow Food as one in many a semiotic network approach to the geographical development of a social movement2
Obliqueness as a feminist mode of analysing waterscapes: Learning to think with overflows2
‘Our humanism cannot be captured in the bylaws’: How moral ecological rationalities and care shape a smallholder irrigation scheme in Zimbabwe2
Analysis of ocean ontologies in three frameworks: A study of law of the sea discourse2
Airplanes, cameras, computers, wildebeests: The technological mediation of spaces for humans and wildlife in the Serengeti since 19502
Regulation by impasse: Pesticide registration, capital and the state in Costa Rica2
Introduction: Accumulation by restoration and political ecologies of repair2
Ecological Deviance: The Botanical Politics of Public-Sex Environments in Parks2
Making development legible to capital: The promise and limits of ‘innovative’ debt financing for the Sustainable Development Goals in Indonesia2
Bouncing back? Kangaroo-human resistance in contemporary Australia2
Seeing no net loss: Making nature offset-able2
The cartographic dispossession of Bears Ears: Confronting settler colonialism in contemporary struggles over “public land”2
Feral violence: The Pelorus experiment2
Decolonizing conservation? Indigenous resurgence and buffalo restoration in the American West2
Democracy in a deluge: Epistemic agency of marginalized voices in Oaxaca's storm governance2
The politics of genetic technoscience for conservation: The case of blight-resistant American chestnut2
Urban oceans: Social differentiation in the city and the sea2
Restoration as world-making and repair: A pragmatist agenda2
An urban ‘age of timber’? Tensions and contradictions in the low-carbon imaginary of the bioeconomic city2
The end of the experiment? The energy crisis, neoliberal energy, and the limits to a socio-ecological fix2
Theft: Grave robbery, territorial conquest, and irrigation2
The technopolitics of energy transitions: Materiality, expertise, and fixed capital in Japan’s power grid disputes2
A necessary evil? Examining the complexities of care and commodification2
The power of lament: Reckoning with loss in an urban forest2
Inflammatory agriculture: Political ecologies of health and fertilizers in India2
The eternal return: Imagining security futures at the Doomsday Vault2
‘Without white people, the animals will go!’: COVID-19 and the struggle for the future of South African conservation2
What justice and for whom? A political ecology of voice study into ‘senses of justice’ in Peru's Loreto Region2
Foregrounding the community: Geo-historical entanglements of community energy, environmental justice, and place in Taihsi Village, Taiwan2
The “laborless fuel”: Landscape, energy transitions and natural gas in the postwar U.S.2
Nature and the extended city: Wasteland governmentality, the sacred, and anti-wasteland politics in the Aravalli region2