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Social Science and Public Policy

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

October 11, 2019 at 2:00pm3:30pm EDT

Eggers Hall, 018

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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

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.

This event was published on October 9, 2019.

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