Name: Ariel Salleh
Organization: University of Sydney/ Friedrich Schiller University Jena/ Nelson Mandela Metropolitan U
She is one of the founding members of the Global University for Sustainability.
- Salleh’s transdisciplinary writing is seminal political ecology as the study of humanity-nature relations. Her embodied materialism emphasises reproductive or regenerative labour in the world system and by restoring value to local everyday care giving skills and indigenous knowledges, reframes justice and sustainability questions: www.systemicalternatives.org
- This academic work draws on activist experience in anti-nuclear politics, water catchments, biodiversity protection, and support for women creating community alternatives. Publications include - Ecofeminism as Politics (1997), Eco-Sufficiency & Global Justice (2009), and some 180 articles: www.arielsalleh.info
Articles:"Class, Race, and Gender Discourse in the Ecofeminism/Deep Ecology Debate" (106.4 KB) 1993-01-01 Author: Ariel Salleh.
Second Thoughts on Rethinking Ecofeminist Politics: A Dialectical Critique (1.8 MB) 1993-09-01 Author: Ariel Salleh.
‘‘We in the North are the Biggest Problem for the South’’ A Conversation with Hilkka Pietila (274.8 KB) 2005-01-01 Author: Ariel Salleh.
Climate Strategy: Making the Choice between Ecological Modernisation or Living Well (265.0 KB) 2010-01-01 Author: Ariel Salleh.
How the Ecological Footprint is Sex-Gendered: Some Implications of Eco-feminism for an Eco-socialist Theory and Praxis (657.5 KB) 2010-01-01 Author: Ariel Salleh.
Fukushima: A Call for Women’s Leadership (141.4 KB) 2011-05-09 Author: Ariel Salleh.
Contents: Journal of Environmental Thought & Education (No.5, 2011) (231.8 KB) 2011-05-09 Author: Various Authors .
Green Economy or Green Utopia? Rio+20 and the Reproductive Labor Class (120.6 KB) 2012-07-09 Author: Ariel Salleh.
The ‘Green Economy’: Class Hegemony and Counter-Hegemony (106.4 KB) 2013-07-04 Author: Ariel Salleh.
Listening to Ecological Voices from the global South (168.1 KB) 2015-03-24 Author: Ariel Salleh.
Eco-socialism and “Ecological Civilization” in China (78.2 KB) 2015-04-08 Author: Ariel Salleh.
From Metabolic Rift to Metabolic Value: Reflections on Environmental Sociology and the Alternative Globalization Movement (159.9 KB) 2015-04-08 Author: Ariel Salleh.
Another Climate Strategy Is Possible (224.4 KB) 2016-01-08 Author: Ariel Salleh.