This section provides an overview of the open-source special issues published by EnJust members.
Special Issue 2020:
Narratives and practices of environmental justice. DIE ERDE – Journal of the Geographical Society of Berlin, 151(2-3).
The first special issue “Narratives and practices of environmental justice” compiles the results of the first Enjust workshop in 2019. It includes a diverse set of empirical and conceptual contributions on environmental justice. The articles advance new conceptual ideas (e.g. participation, epistemic justice, socioecological justice, Environmental Justice Incommensurabilities Framework) and provide interesting insights into ongoing struggles for environmental justice and into the role that narratives play in such struggles. Empirically, the contributions range from resistance against hydropower initiatives (Turkey and Brazil), to movements against coal (Egypt) and bio-ethanol production (Argentina) to spatial flood risk management (Austria and Netherlands) and urban mobility (Mexico).
Special Issue 2021:
Climate and Marine Justice – Debates and Critical Perspectives. Geographica Helvetica 75/76.
The second special issue “Climate and Marine Justice – Debates and Critical Perspectives” shows that environmental justice perspectives are useful for analysing current socio-ecological conflicts. It aims at exploring climate and marine narratives, environmental knowledge claims, multiple ontologies, climate change adaptation, and the spatial and temporal shaping of socio-ecological struggles for climate and marine justice in more detail. Furthermore, it takes up current strands of climate and marine justice scholarship and explores avenues for further research.