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Confronted by ongoing crises in neoliberal capitalism and the environment, a new wave of social mobilizations – concerning resistance to economic austerity measures, and demands for environmental justice – have begun to materialize across the world. For example, on 24 October 2009, a global day of action organized by the 350 campaign saw 5200 actions in 181 countries unite in a call for equitable and meaningful solu-tions to the (unequal) effects of climate change. Under such circumstances it behoves academics to both think through the implications of capitalist and ecological crises for particular places around the world, as well as to theorize andpractiseways to resist them. At such a conjuncture it is a plea

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