Vijay Kolinjivadi

Vijay Kolinjivadi (he/him) is an ecological economist and political ecologist, interested in how environment-making unfolds historically in racialised, colonial, and gendered ways. His research focuses on social and environmental (in)justice questions associated with payments for ecosystem service (PES) programs. He is currently a postdoctoral fellow at the Institute of Development Policy at the University of Antwerp, a writer with the Earth Negotiations Bulletin, following multilateral environmental processes;  and co-editor of Uneven Earth, a website focusing on environmental politics. In addition to academic publications, he has been published in Al Jazeera, New Internationalist, Truthout, The Conversation, and Mongabay.


The “White Saviour” Deal for Nature

Recent proposals to preserve biodiversity rely on flawed ways of interacting with nature.

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