Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (2021)

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Corey Katz
Saint Louis University
Sarah Kenehan
Marywood College
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This volume will address whether and to what extent those working to better understand or achieve climate justice should think about the real-world feasibility of their theories or proposals.
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