Connor Joseph Cavanagh
Connor Joseph Cavanagh
Associate Professor, Department of Geography, University of Bergen
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Virtual nature, violent accumulation: The ‘spectacular failure’of carbon offsetting at a Ugandan National Park
C Cavanagh, TA Benjaminsen
Geoforum 56, 55-65, 2014
A review of the social impacts of neoliberal conservation: Formations, inequalities, contestations
G Holmes, CJ Cavanagh
Geoforum 75, 199-209, 2016
Guerrilla agriculture? A biopolitical guide to illicit cultivation within an IUCN Category II protected area
CJ Cavanagh, TA Benjaminsen
Journal of Peasant Studies 42 (3-4), 725-745, 2015
Securitizing REDD+? Problematizing the emerging illegal timber trade and forest carbon interface in East Africa
CJ Cavanagh, PO Vedeld, LT Trædal
Geoforum 60, 72-82, 2015
Political ecology, variegated green economies, and the foreclosure of alternative sustainabilities
CJ Cavanagh, TA Benjaminsen
Journal of Political Ecology 24, 201-216, 2017
Biopolitics, environmental change, and development studies
CJ Cavanagh
Forum for Development Studies 41 (2), 273-294, 2014
Speaking power to “post-truth”: Critical political ecology and the new authoritarianism
B Neimark, J Childs, AJ Nightingale, CJ Cavanagh, S Sullivan, ...
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 109 (2), 613-623, 2019
Collaborative resource management and rural livelihoods around protected areas: A case study of Mount Elgon National Park, Uganda
C Nakakaawa, R Moll, P Vedeld, E Sjaastad, CJ Cavanagh
Forest Policy and Economics 57, 1-11, 2015
“Much in blood and money”: Necropolitical ecology on the margins of the Uganda Protectorate
CJ Cavanagh, D Himmelfarb
Antipode 47 (1), 55-73, 2015
Linking notions of justice and project outcomes in carbon offset forestry projects: Insights from a comparative study in Uganda
JA Fisher, CJ Cavanagh, T Sikor, DM Mwayafu
Land Use Policy 73, 259-268, 2018
Political ecologies of biopower: diversity, debates, and new frontiers of inquiry
CJ Cavanagh
Journal of Political Ecology 25 (1), 402-425, 2018
The political economy of conservation at Mount Elgon, Uganda: Between local deprivation, regional sustainability, and global public goods
P Vedeld, C Cavanagh, JG Petursson, C Nakakaawa, R Moll, E Sjaastad
Conservation and Society 14 (3), 183-194, 2016
Old wine, new bottles? Investigating the differential adoption of ‘climate-smart’agricultural practices in western Kenya
CJ Cavanagh, AK Chemarum, PO Vedeld, JG Petursson
Journal of rural studies 56, 114-123, 2017
Unready for REDD+? Lessons from corruption in Ugandan conservation areas
C Cavanagh
U4 Brief 2012 (3), 2012
Resilience, class, and the antifragility of capital
CJ Cavanagh
Resilience 5 (2), 110-128, 2017
Anthropos into humanitas: Civilizing violence, scientific forestry, and the ‘Dorobo question’in eastern Africa
CJ Cavanagh
Environment and planning D: Society and space 35 (4), 694-713, 2017
Anthropocene conservation: governing environmental change, biodiversity and local resistance at Mount Elgon, Uganda
JC Cavanagh
Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Ås, 2012
Kony 2012 and the Political Economy of Conflict Representation
CJ Cavanagh
The Nordic Africa Institute 3, 2012
Protected area governance, carbon offset forestry, and environmental (in) justice at Mount Elgon, Uganda
C Cavanagh
DEV Reports and Policy Paper Series, The School of International Development …, 2015
Guerrilla agriculture
C Cavanagh, T Benjaminsen
A biopolitical guide to illicit cultivation within an IUCN Category II …, 2015
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