Ferdinand Malcom

is a political scientist at the Université Paris Diderot and a researcher at CNRS (IRISSO). He is the author of Une écologie décoloniale. Penser l’écologie depuis le monde caribéen (Édition du Seuil, 2019), winner of the Fondation de l’écologie politique literature prize in 2019.


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Why we need a decolonial ecology

An interview with Malcom Ferdinand

Environmental destruction and social oppression have always gone hand in hand. Colonialism and slavery are deeply connected to the ongoing ecological crisis, so to address it, Europe’s whitewashed past must be recast and the demands of the colonized taken seriously.

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