My research mobilizes social and political theory and political economic approaches to understand the making of different environmental landscapes including forestscapes and alternative agrarian spaces. I focus on what brings different people to labour on particular environmental spaces and the social positioning and identities of the workers that make nature. Finally, I examine the political possibilities and constraints at play within varied attempts to make environmental spaces. Current research interests and ongoing projects include: "The Ecological Fix"; "The Antinomies of Unpaid Labour in the Alternative Food Movement"; "Producing he British Columbia Forestscape"; "Gramsci, Geograph and Environmental Hegemony".
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