Socioecological Movements in Urban Ecosystems (MOVE)

This project aims to link the study of collective action as it has been concieved and studied by social movement scholars, with biophysical studies of urban ecology. The project strives to understand how collective action can be viewed as not only producing cultural, social or political changes, but indeed also biophysical or ecological changes.

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  • Henrik Ernstson

    The Cape Town Civil Society Conference, 6 June 2015

    The Cape Town Civil Society Conference invites Cape Town’s civil society organisations to reflect on and share their experiences in mobilizing and influencing the urban environment, from struggles around housing and service delivery, to the protection of habitat and biodiversity.