Indigeneity in Geoengineering Discourses: Some Considerations

Ethics, Policy and Environment 21 (3):289-307 (2018)
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Indigenous peoples are referenced at various times in communication, debates, and academic and policy discussions on geoengineering. The discourses I have in mind f...



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