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Andrew Biro

Canada Research Chair in Political Ecology and Environmental Political Theory

Andrew Biro is a Canada Research Chair and Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at Acadia University, in Wolfville, Nova Scotia.

Mr. Biro’s research interests include political philosophy, environmental politics and cultural studies — particularly the intersection of these three areas.

He is the author of “Denaturalizing Ecological Politics” (University of Toronto Press, 2005) and is currently writing a book on the politics of water scarcity, as well as editing a book that applies the critical social theory of the Frankfurt School to contemporary environmental issues.

Mr. Biro received a PhD in Political Science from York University in 2000. He also holds an MA in Political Science from York University and a BA from the University of Toronto in Political Science and History.

Articles by Andrew Biro

Water Wars: Myths and Realities (Part II)

How are conflicts arising from water scarcity in fact class wars?

August 16, 2007

Water Wars: Myths and Realities (Part I)

To what degree are fears of geopolitical chaos over water scarcity justified?

August 15, 2007