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New ESG Working Paper – Postapocalyptic environmentalism

A new Earth system Governance Working Paper has been released: ‘Postapocalyptic environmentalism: A movement for transformational climate adaptation?‘ written by Joost de Moor.

Earth System Governance Working Papers are peer-reviewed online publications that broadly address questions raised by the Project’s Science and Implementation Plan. The series is open to all colleagues who seek to contribute to this research agenda, and submissions are welcome at any time (see guidelines for authors).

The Working Paper is available here

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