Introduction: Environmental citizenship in the Indian Ocean regionBenito Cao1. Climate change adaptation: the need for an Indian Ocean regional metamorphosisVictor R. Savage and Lin Qi Feng2. Indian Ocean fisheries regulation: exploring participatory approaches to support small-scale fisheries in six StatesErika Techera3. Ecosocial work through corporate social responsibility: the case of company engagement with civil society in coastal communities in MauritiusBrita Backlund Rambaree4. Crisis, constitutionalism and the geographies of belonging: Indian eco-politics in the AnthropoceneRamya K. Tella5. Contradictions of citizenship and environmental politics in the Arabian littoralIan R. Simpson6. Environmental citizenship for inclusive sustainable development: the case of Kelab Alami in Mukim Tanjung Kupang, Johor, MalaysiaSerina Rahman
Benito Cao is Senior Lecturer in Politics at the University of Adelaide. He has a vast teaching experience and has received numerous teaching awards. He has published in the fields of identity politics, critical thinking, citizenship studies and environmental politics, and is the author of Environment and Citizenship (Routledge 2015).