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Contours of Climate Justice Ideas for shaping new climate and energy politics

  title={Contours of Climate Justice Ideas for shaping new climate and energy politics},
  author={Edgardo Lander and Tadzio Mueller and Kolya Abramsky and Alberto Acosta and Walden Flores Bello and Achim Brunnengr{\"a}ber and Ewa Charkiewicz and Anne Laure Constantin and Gopal Dayaneni and Eduardo Gudynas and Mike Hodson and Enrique Leff},
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