ephemera: theory & politics in organization
volume 12, number 1/2
The atmosphere business
Issue editors: Steffen Böhm, Anna-Maria Murtola and Sverre Spoelstra
The contributions collected in this special issue of ephemera question the underlying ideologies and assumptions of carbon markets, and bring to light many of the contradictions and antagonisms that are currently at the heart of ‘climate capitalism’.
Table of contents
- The atmosphere business
Steffen Böhm, Anna-Maria Murtola and Sverre Spoelstra
- Privatising the atmosphere: A solution or dangerous con?
- Carbon markets after Durban
- A dark art: Field notes on carbon capture and storage policy negotiations at COP17
- Durban’s conference of polluters, market failure and critic failure
- The people’s climate summit in Cochabamba: A tragedy in three acts
- Critiquing carbon markets: A conversation
Larry Lohmann and Steffen Böhm
- Capitalizing on chaos: Climate change and disaster capitalism
- The prey of uncertainty: Climate change as opportunity
- Carbon classified? Unpacking heterogeneous relations inscribed into corporate carbon emissions
- A colonial mechanism to enclose lands: A critical review of two REDD+-focused special issues
Joanna Cabello and Tamra Gilbertson
- Mapping REDD in the Asia-Pacific: Governance, marketisation and contention
- Planting trees through the Clean Development Mechanism: A critical assessment
Esteve Corbera and Charlotte Friedli
- The ‘third way’ for climate action
- Carbon trading in South Africa: Plus ça change?
- Can capitalism survive climate change?
David L. Levy
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