The water pollution blame game: governance and power relations in managing diffuse water pollution from agriculture

As intensive livestock farming has proliferated, externalities such as water pollution have become increasingly concerning, largely due to the associated biodiversity loss and human health risks. Government action to reduce the contributions of agriculture to water pollution is mobilised through …

Reconfiguring farmed animal health and welfare: exploring and transcending borders between spaces, times, species and knowledges

This session will explore emerging discourses and practices associated with persistent health and welfare issues affecting farmed animals. The session is interested in examining the constitution and effects of sets of material and conceptual borders within which farmed animal health …