GTI FORUM

The tragic Sixth Extinction has sparked a search for new conservation paradigms. One approach advocates massive market interventions; by contrast, another urges the creation of vast protected areas. The opening essay proposes a third path, one rooted in democratic processes, engagement with nature, and post-capitalism. Commenters debate what a revolution in conservation would look like.

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Title

Conservation at the Crossroads

Buscher Fletcher Opener

Opening Essay

Radical Conservation:
Misdirections, New Directions

Bram Büscher & Robert Fletcher

Alejandro Argumedo

Supporting Indigenous
Practices

Alejandro Argumedo

Guy Dauncey

A Practical
Utopian Agenda

Guy Dauncey

Ashley Dawson

Give Back Stolen Land

Ashley Dawson

Eileen Crist

Eileen Crist

In Defense of Protection

Shiba Desor

The Danger of Cooptation

Shiba Desor

Neva Goodwin

Focus on Ecosystem Health

Neva Goodwin and the EcoHealth Network

Annie James

Theorizing Deep Change

Annie James

Lisi Krall

Respecting the
More-Than-Human World

Lisi Krall

Orion Kriegman

Urban Grassroots

Orion Kriegman

Diana Pound

Building Radical Consensus

Diana Pound

Vettese and Pendergrass

Towards Half-Earth Socialism

Troy Vettese & Drew Pendergrass

Response

Response to Panelists

Bram Büscher & Robert Fletcher

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