Vol. 4, No. 1, Summer 2009

Special Issue: Are We Too Many? Sustainability and Population Politics

Articles

Editors’ Introduction
Carme Melo-Escrihuela, Lucinda J. Thompson Keele University    [pp. 1-3]
[Full article]
‘Are We Too Many? Some questions about the population question’
Sherilyn MacGregor, Keele University     [pp. 4-18]
[Full article]
‘Optimum Population Trust: a rebirth of 1970s survivalism, or something new?’
Andy Lockhart, University of Keele     [pp. 19-39]
[Full article]
‘Green Crimes, Petro-Violence and the Tragedy of Oil: The Case of the Niger-Delta in Nigeria’
Chijioke Evoh, The New School University, New York     [pp. 40-60]
[Full article]
‘Toward a Reconceptualisation of Caribbean Basin Security’
Gail Verasammy, Keele University     [pp. 61-82]
[Full article]

Book reviews

Richard Wortley, Lorraine Mazerolle (eds.) (2008), Environmental Criminology and Crime Analysis
Reviewed by Biko Agozino, University of the West Indies     [pp. 83-84]
[Full article]
Matthew Connelly (2008), Fatal Misconception: The Struggle to Control World Population
Reviewed by John Barnhill, Independent     [pp. 85-86]
[Full article]
Susan Greenhalgh, Edwin A. Winckler (2005), Governing China’s Population: From Leninist to Neoliberal Biopolitics
Reviewed by Peter Bloom, University of Essex     [pp. 87-88]
[Full article]
Marcia C.Inhorn (ed.) (2007), Reproductive Disruptions: Gender, Technology, and Biopolitics in the New Millennium
Reviewed by Wei Wei Cao, Keele University     [pp. 89-90]
[Full article]
Susan Greenhalgh (2008), Just One Child: Science and Policy in Deng’s China
Reviewed by Zhiming Cheng, Macquarie University     [pp. 91-92]
[Full article]
Michael Tooma (2008), Safety, Security, Health and Environment Law 
Reviewed by Gaelle Deharo, Reims Management School     [pp. 93-94]
[Full article]
Gill Seyfang (2009), The New Economics of Sustainable Consumption: Seeds of Change
Reviewed by Allison Fraiberg, University of Redlands     [pp. 95-96]
[Full article]
Robin Hambleton, Jill Simone Gross (eds.) (2007), Governing Cities in a Global Era: Urban Innovation, Competition, and Democratic Reform
Reviewed by Govind Gopakumar, California State University     [pp. 97-98]
[Full article]
Edgar Pieterse (2008), City Futures: Confronting the Crisis of Urban Development
Reviewed by Lorna Q. Israel, Miriam College, Philippines     [pp. 99-100]
[Full article]
Thomas L. Friedman (2008), Hot, Flat and Crowded: Why we need a green revolution — and how it can renew America 
Reviewed by Ronda Lee Levine, Independent Scholar     [pp. 101-102]
[Full article]
Steven W. Mosher (2009), Population Control: Real Costs, Illusory Benefits Reviewed by Sybille N. Nyeck, University of California     [pp. 103-104]
[Full article]
Stewart Barr (2008), Environment and Society: Sustainability, Policy and the Citizen 
Reviewed by Norman Weiss, University of Potsdam     [pp. 105-106]
[Full article]
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