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Environmental justice in interdisciplinary perspective

Empirical research on environmental justice often simplifies normative implications, and ethical investigations in these fields often lack real-world complexity. A new working group bridges these gaps.

Environmental justice in interdisciplinary perspective
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Publishing house: Oekom
Pages: 126-128



Xenia Junge
Swiss Academic Society for Environmental Research and Ecology (saguf)
Riedtlistrasse 9
8006 Zürich