Circular Metabolism
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The Political Ecology of Cities (Interview with Erik Swyngedouw - Uni Manchester) - CMP ep.43

The Political Ecology of Cities (Interview with Erik Swyngedouw - Uni Manchester) - CMP ep.43

📺 Welcome to the 43rd episode of the Circular Metabolism Podcast: The Political Ecology of Cities with Prof. Erik Swyngedouw 📺.

🌎 On today’s episode we will talk about some original topics we have not yet covered that much. We will talk about the metabolic, the cyborg and the post-political city. For this we will have to provide some urban political ecology and critical/Marxist geography foundations.

🎓 To talk about these topics I have Erik Swyngedouw, Professor of Geography at the University of Manchester. He has written numerous academic articles and books including “In the Nature of Cities – Urban Political Ecology and the Politics of Urban Metabolism” which he co-edited with Nik Heynen and Maria Kaika.

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Circular Metabolism
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👋Bonjour et Bienvenu.e au Circular Metabolism Podcast. Le rendez vous bi-hebdomadaire qui interviewe des chercheurs, des décideurs politiques et des praticiens pour mieux comprendre le métabolisme de nos villes et comment réduire leur impact environnemental d’une manière systémique, juste et contextualisée. Ce podcast est produit par Aristide Athanassiadis membre et co-fondateur de Metabolism of Cities.