Speaking wild plants in the languages of Global and Chinese capitalism

With the global race for natural resources in full swing, and no signs of China’s appetite for natural resources abating, placing an emphasis on lesser known potential resources in remote and less accessible locations is becoming a key priority for the global extractive industries. One of the last global resource frontiers in accessible proximity to China’s borders includes natural environments with little human development. These areas are located on China’s margins: Russian Siberia and the Far East, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan.

Speaking plants I , Speaking plants II


Small is beautiful? Rural transformation and production networks of tea smallholdings in Assam, India, Stefan Schütte on 2. Dezember 2020