NEW SPECIAL ISSUE ‘Blue degrowth and the politics of the sea: rethinking the blue economy’

NEW SPECIAL ISSUE Blue degrowth and the politics of the sea: rethinking the blue economy edited by Irmak Ertör & Maria Hadjimichael in the journal Sustainability Science.
In this issue
Special Feature: Editorial

Editorial: Blue degrowth and the politics of the sea: rethinking the blue economy

I. Ertör & M. Hadjimichael

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Special Feature: Original Article

Growth in the docks: ports, metabolic flows and socio-environmental impacts

Borja Nogué-Algueró

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Special Feature: Review Article

The Blue Fix: What’s driving blue growth?

Zoe W. Brent, Mads Barbesgaard & Carsten Pedersen

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Special Feature: Original Article

Contesting growth in marine capture fisheries: the case of small-scale fishing cooperatives in Istanbul

Pinar Ertör-Akyazi

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Special Feature: Original Article

Swimming upstream: community economies for a different coastal rural development in Sweden

Milena Arias Schreiber, Ida Wingren & Sebastian Linke

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Special Feature: Original Article

The paradox of sustainable tuna fisheries in the Western Indian Ocean: between visions of blue economy and realities of accumulation

Mialy Andriamahefazafy, Megan Bailey, Hussain Sinan & Christian A. Kull

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Special Feature: Original Article

‘Re-grabbing’ marine resources: a blue degrowth agenda for the resurgence of small-scale fisheries in Malta

Alicia Said & Douglas MacMillan

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Blue Growth and its discontents in the Faroe Islands: an island perspective on Blue (De)Growth, sustainability, and environmental justice

Ragnheiður Bogadóttir

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Special Feature: Original Article

Performing ‘blue degrowth’: critiquing seabed mining in Papua New Guinea through creative practice

John Childs

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Special Feature: Original Article

Lessons for blue degrowth from Namibia’s emerging blue economy

Rosanna Carver

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Special Feature: Original Article

Designing sustainability in blues: the limits of technospatial growth imaginaries

Duygu Kaşdoğan

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Irmak Ertör, PhD
The Ataturk Institute for Modern Turkish History, Bogazici University
Institute of Environmental Science and Technology (ICTA),
Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB)
European Network of Political Ecology (ENTITLE)

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