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Natural resources and transnational governance

Published in The Ashgate Research Companion in Border Studies. Aldershot: Ashgate. 2011, p. 627-641
Abstract This chapter explores some of the themes emerging in current research around themes of boundless nature and bounded political spaces and people. It explores how natural resources and transnational governance are global phenomena with uneven geographies, constructed in particular places by particular people and with effects in distant places. This chapter will review some of the key themes and scholarship on nature, politics, boundaries and the re-grounding of the nation-state. The aim throughout is not to be comprehensive but rather to give some idea of current debates.
Keywords Political bordersNatural resourcesProtected areasInvasive species
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FALL, Juliet Jane. Natural resources and transnational governance. In: The Ashgate Research Companion in Border Studies. Aldershot : Ashgate, 2011. p. 627-641. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:19271

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