Kate Ervine

Associate Professor
Faculty of Arts
International Development Studies

Faculty Member Information

Scholarly Contributions

Book Reviews

Ervine Kate. (2015)"Review of This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate, by Naomi Klein 36(3): 416-418.", Canadian Journal of Development Studies 3:36, 416-418

Book

Ervine Kate. "Carbon " (Fall - 2018)
Ervine Kate, Gavin Fridell. "Ervine, Kate, and Gavin Fridell (eds.). Beyond Free Trade: Alternative Approaches to Trade, Politics, and Power " (Fall - 2015)

Book Chapters

Ervine Kate. (2015). "Trading Carbon: Offsets, Human Rights, and Environmental Regulation", Beyond Free Trade: Alternative Approaches to Trade, Politics, and Power, 247-266
Ervine Kate, Fridell Gavin. (2015). "Introduction: Beyond Free Trade", Beyond Free Trade: Alternative Approaches to Trade, Politics, and Power, 1-14
Fridell Gavin, Ervine Kate. (2015). "Trade Policy and Politics: From Comparative Advantage to Trade Gamble ", Beyond Free Trade: Alternative Approaches to Trade, Politics, and Power, 287-296
Ervine Kate, Fridell Gavin, Konings Martijn. (2013). "Al Gore as Carbon Warrior: The Politics of Inaction", Age of Icons: Exploring Philanthrocapitalism in the Contemporary World, 93-113

Journal Articles

Ervine Kate. "How Low Can It Go? Analyzing the Political Economy of Carbon Market Design and Low Carbon Prices ", New Political Economy (Fall - 2017), Online First - https://doi.org/10.1080/13563467.2018.1384454
Ervine Kate. "Diminishing Returns: Carbon Market Crisis and the Future of Market-Dependent Climate Change Finance ", New Political Economy 19:5 (Fall - 2014), 723-747
Ervine Kate. "Carbon Markets, Debt, and Uneven Development", Third World Quarterly 34:4 (Winter - 2013), 653-670
Ervine Kate. "The Politics and Practice of Carbon Offsetting: Silencing Dissent", New Political Science 34:1 (Winter - 2012), 1-20
Ervine Kate. "Conservation and Conflict: The Intensification of Property Rights Disputes under Market-Based Conservation in Chiapas, Mexico", Journal of Political Ecology 18:2011 (Winter - 2011), 66-80
Ervine Kate. "Participation Denied: The Global Environment Facility, its Universal Blueprint, and the Mexico-Mesoamerican Biological Corridor in Chiapas", Third World Quarterly 31:5 (Winter - 2010), 773-790
Ervine Kate. "The Greying of Green Governance: Power Politics and the Global Environment Facility", Capitalism, Nature, Socialism 18:4 (Winter - 2007), 125-142