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A Cosmopolitan Agenda for Climate Justice: Embracing Non-State Actors

Dietzel, Alix, and Paul G. Harris. , 2019. A Cosmopolitan Agenda for Climate Justice: Embracing Non-State Actors.In P.G. Harris (eds) A Research Agenda for Climate Justice. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 77-90.


In A Research Agenda for Climate Justice, edited by P.G. Harris. More information about the book and the article available here

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