These books use geographical perspectives to understand contemporary society, politics and the environment. Including critiques of existing government policies and alternatives to staid ways of thinking about our societies, this series focuses on action needed to make positive changes that are radical, achievable, real and relevant. The series editors are, Danny Dorling, Professor of Geography at the University of Oxford // Matthew T. Huber, Associate Professor of Geography and the Environment at Syracuse University // Jenny Pickerill, Professor in Environmental Geography at the University of Sheffield.
Lessons learned from the powerful climate justice campaign in Aotearoa New Zealand
Who shapes our digital landscapes, and why are so many people excluded from them?
An introduction to learning how to protect ourselves and organise against Big Data
A radical geography of nuclear warfare.
A sharp, critical perspective on what the state is and does, drawing on anarchist, decolonial and indigenous thought