Zoe W. Brent
Zoe W. Brent
Institute of Social Studies (ISS); Transnational Institute (TNI)
Verified email at iss.nl
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The global political economy of climate change, agriculture and food systems
J Clapp, P Newell, ZW Brent
The Journal of Peasant Studies 45 (1), 80-88, 2018
862018
Territorial restructuring and resistance in Argentina
ZW Brent
Global Land Grabbing and Political Reactions ‘from Below’, 205-228, 2017
632017
Contextualising food sovereignty: The politics of convergence among movements in the USA
ZW Brent, CM Schiavoni, A Alonso-Fradejas
Third World Quarterly 36 (3), 618-635, 2015
572015
China and Latin America: towards a new consensus of resource control?
B M. McKay, A Alonso-Fradejas, ZW Brent, S Sauer, Y Xu
Third World Thematics: A TWQ Journal 1 (5), 592-611, 2016
272016
Social and solidarity economy in South American regional governance
M Saguier, Z Brent
Global Social Policy 17 (3), 259-278, 2017
252017
Converging social justice issues and movements: implications for political actions and research
SM Borras Jr, T Moreda, A Alonso-Fradejas, ZW Brent
Third World Quarterly 39 (7), 1227-1246, 2018
182018
The Blue Fix: Unmasking the politics behind the promise of blue growth
ZW Brent, M Barbesgaard, C Pedersen
TNI Issue Brief, 2018
152018
Grounding the US Food Movement
TM Kerssen, ZW Brent
The new food activism: Opposition, cooperation, and collective action, 284-315, 2017
142017
Regionalismo y Economía Social y Solidaria en Sudamérica
M Saguier, Z Brent
Revista Relaciones Internacionales 24 (48), 133-154, 2015
132015
Regional policy frameworks of social solidarity economy in South America
M Saguier, Z Brent
UNRISD Occasional Paper: Potential and Limits of Social and Solidarity Economy, 2014
122014
The Blue Fix: What's driving blue growth?
ZW Brent, M Barbesgaard, C Pedersen
Sustainability Science 15 (1), 31-43, 2020
82020
The ‘tenure guidelines’ as a tool for democratising land and resource control in Latin America
ZW Brent, A Alonso-Fradejas, G Colque, S Sauer
Third World Quarterly 39 (7), 1367-1385, 2018
82018
Why the World Bank is neither monitoring, nor complying with the FAO guidelines on responsible tenure of land, fisheries and forests
S Monsalve Suárez, ZW Brent
72014
The challenge of interpretation and implementation of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National …
Z Brent, A Alonso‐Fradejas, SM Borras Jr, G Colque, S Sauer
Global governance/politics, climate justice & agrarian/social justice …, 2016
62016
A Toolkit for Participatory Action Research
R Hall, Z Brent, J Franco, M Isaacs, T Shegro
International Development Research Centre (IDRC)-Canada, 2017
42017
No Time to Lose Common Ground: Why land matters in nutrition debates
Z Brent, C Schiavoni, A Alonso-Fradejas
Development 57 (2), 218-225, 2014
42014
Land & Resource Grabs in the United States: Five Sites of Struggle and Potential Transformation
T Kerssen, Z Brent
Policy Brief (Oakland, CA: Food First, 2014), https://foodfirst. org …, 2014
32014
Land Conflicts in Argentina: From resistance to systemic transformation
Z Brent
http://foodfirst.org/publication/land-conflicts-in-argentina-from-resistance …, 2013
32013
Marine Spatial Planning: Resolving or entrenching conflicts
T Josse, M Hadiwinata, H Pratama, ZW Brent, M Barbesgaard
Transnational Institute,, Amsterdam, 2019
22019
Marine Spatial Planning Resolving or entrenching conflicts over and in ocean space?
T Josse, M Hadiwinata, H Pratama, Z Brent, M Barbesgaard
Policy, 2018
22018
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