Ludivine Eloy organise et coordoone ce dossier "Firing up: Policy, politics and polemics under new and old burning regimes" pour la revue The Geographical Journal (Wiley-Blackwell), avec Angela Steward (UFPA), Susanna Hecht (UCLA) et Jayalaxshmi Mistry (Royal Holloway) dont le volume 185, Issue 1 (pages 1-128, Mars 2019) est tout juste disponible en ligne. Elle y signe également l'introduction ainsi qu'un article.
Résumé du dossier :
The recent alarm over widespread wildfires throughout the world has given extraordinary prominence to the extent and intensity of the 2018 fire season. Changing fire regimes in the context of climate change call for new understandings of their diversity, use, policies, practices and politics. This themed section uses research conducted in different countries and biomes of Latin America to explore the historical and current tensions around forms of knowledge construction within different disciplines ‐ that is, the development of the science of burning by local populations and stakeholders, the relationships between fire control policies, science, and rural livelihoods, and the evolution of political factors and ideologies that contribute to fire management conflicts and solutions.
Firing up: Policy, politics and polemics under new and old burning regimes
- Eloy L, Hecht S, Steward A, Mistry J. Firing up: Policy, politics and polemics under new and old burning regimes. Geogr J. 2019;185:2–9.