The Bolivian Climate Justice Movement Mobilizing Indigeneity in Climate Change Negotiations
The Bolivian Platform against Climate Change is a coalition of civil society and social movement organizations working to address the effects of global warming in Bolivia and to influence the global community. Many of the organizations use indigenous philosophy and worldviews to contest normative conceptions of development. A study of the growth of this movement drawing on ethnographic fieldwork in 2010 reveals a complex relationship between state and nonstate actors that has had a striking impact on the global community despite the failure of multilateral climate change negotiations.
Latin American Perspectives
Hicks, K., & Fabricant, N. (2016). The Bolivian Climate Justice Movement Mobilizing Indigeneity in Climate Change Negotiations. Latin American Perspectives, 43 (4), 87-104. https://doi.org/10.1177/0094582X16630308