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Robert Fletcher
Robert Fletcher
Associate Professor, Sociology of Development and Change
Verified email at wur.nl
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Neoliberal environmentality: towards a poststructuralist political ecology of the conservation debate
R Fletcher
Conservation and society 8 (3), 171-181, 2010
9032010
The conservation revolution: radical ideas for saving nature beyond the Anthropocene
B Buscher, R Fletcher
Verso Books, 2020
4012020
Sustaining tourism, sustaining capitalism? The tourism industry's role in global capitalist expansion
R Fletcher
Tourism Geographies 13 (3), 443-461, 2011
3752011
Accumulation by conservation
B Büscher, R Fletcher
New political economy 20 (2), 273-298, 2015
3702015
Half-Earth or Whole Earth? Radical ideas for conservation, and their implications
B Büscher, R Fletcher, D Brockington, C Sandbrook, WM Adams, ...
Oryx 51 (3), 407-410, 2017
3142017
Towards convivial conservation
B Büscher, R Fletcher
Conservation and Society 17 (3), 283-296, 2019
3092019
Tourism and degrowth: an emerging agenda for research and praxis
R Fletcher, IM Mas, A Blanco-Romero, M Blázquez-Salom
Tourism and Degrowth, 1-19, 2020
3012020
Nature Inc.: environmental conservation in the neoliberal age
B Büscher, W Dressler, R Fletcher
University of Arizona Press, 2014
2552014
Destructive creation: Capital accumulation and the structural violence of tourism
B Büscher, R Fletcher
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 25 (5), 651-667, 2017
2522017
Questioning REDD+ and the future of market-based conservation
R Fletcher, W Dressler, B Büscher, ZR Anderson
Conservation Biology 30 (3), 673-675, 2016
2472016
Environmentality unbound: Multiple governmentalities in environmental politics
R Fletcher
Geoforum 85, 311-315, 2017
2462017
Market mechanism or subsidy in disguise? Governing payment for environmental services in Costa Rica
R Fletcher, J Breitling
Geoforum 43 (3), 402-411, 2012
2462012
Romancing the wild: Cultural dimensions of ecotourism
R Fletcher
Duke University Press, 2014
2212014
Decoupling: A key fantasy of the post-2015 sustainable development agenda
R Fletcher, C Rammelt
The Politics of Destination in the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals, 115-132, 2018
2122018
Connection with nature is an oxymoron: A political ecology of “nature-deficit disorder”
R Fletcher
The Journal of Environmental Education 48 (4), 226-233, 2017
2022017
Ecotourism discourse: Challenging the stakeholders theory
R Fletcher
Journal of ecotourism 8 (3), 269-285, 2009
1922009
Living on the edge: The appeal of risk sports for the professional middle class
R Fletcher
Sociology of sport journal 25 (3), 310-330, 2008
1902008
The PES conceit: Revisiting the relationship between payments for environmental services and neoliberal conservation
R Fletcher, B Büscher
Ecological economics 132, 224-231, 2017
1862017
Using the master's tools? Neoliberal conservation and the evasion of inequality
R Fletcher
Development and change 43 (1), 295-317, 2012
1772012
Contradictions in tourism: The promise and pitfalls of ecotourism as a manifold capitalist fix
R Fletcher, K Neves
Environment and Society 3 (1), 60-77, 2012
1632012
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