Articles | Volume 78, issue 2
https://doi.org/10.5194/gh-78-255-2023
https://doi.org/10.5194/gh-78-255-2023
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17 May 2023
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Framing REDD+: political ecology, actor–network theory (ANT), and the making of forest carbon markets

Juliane Miriam Schumacher

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New theoretical approaches like actor–network theory have become influential in human geography, questioning previous approaches to addressing human–environment relations. In this paper, I use the example of a controversial, forest-based climate protection scheme, REDD+, to show how these approaches are changing research foci and practices – from an analysis of the neoliberalization of nature to the making of markets and from the effects on human users to those on non-humans.