Tag: radical-right environmentalism

‘Make ecology right again’: Reading radical right eco-publications

While the radical right has long had an ideologically-driven affinity towards environmental protection, the latter has become increasingly associated with the left since the 1970s. However, in recent years, we have seen renewed attempts to ‘make ecology right again’. Bernhard Forchtner Radical right ecological thinking has a long history. This history, which dates back to… Continue reading “‘Make ecology right again’: Reading radical right eco-publications”

Eco-Nationalism: The Nature Within Our Borders

Although the transnational nature of radical-right environmentalism is often publicly overlooked, eco-nationalism seems to be resurfacing in this time of global climate change. The ongoing fires wreaking havoc in the Amazon appear as a painful reminder of the radical right’s negligence of the natural environment, given the incompetency of Brazilian president, Jair Bolsonaro, and his… Continue reading “Eco-Nationalism: The Nature Within Our Borders”