Through original research conducted in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland, Places of Possibility
shows how community land ownership can open up the political, social, environmental, and economic terrain to more socially just and sustainable possibilities than private ownership.
- Reveals how community land ownership is more just and sustainable than private ownership
- Features original theoretical insights into ideas of property and nature that disrupt the process of neoliberalisation
- Based on original research conducted by the author in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland
Keywords: Environmental Geography, Outer Hebrides, Scotland, , human geography, , economic geography, private ownership, neoliberalisation, antipode