The Worldeater(s) in Process: Uncovering the Nexus of Conventional and ‘Green’ Extraction

  • Alexander Dunlap
  • Jostein Jakobsen


This chapter interrogates the subtle shifts and blurring lines between conventional extraction—mineral and hydrocarbon—and ‘green’ extraction—intensive agriculture and renewable energy. Through the careful assembly of extensive amounts of empirics straddling these modalities of extraction, we identify and uncover a crucial nexus. We argue that this nexus is key in animating the present imperative of total extractivism. The nexus further reveals the violent technologies of extraction at work as it lays out further dimensions of the organization of the rapaciously devouring machinery spreading its grid across ever-increasing portions of the earth. The chapter thus traces the infrastructure—the ‘body’ of the Worldeater(s)—through mines, plantations, factory farms and renewable energy to chart the formation and/or spread of the Worldeater.


Conventional extraction Green extraction Extractivism Infrastructure Renewable energy 


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  • Alexander Dunlap
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  • Jostein Jakobsen
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  1. 1.Centre for Development & the EnvironmentUniversity of OsloOsloNorway

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