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Liza Grandia

speculate on risk as a business opportunity, whereas millennial Indigenous cultures more wisely recognize their common precarity to external threats. Indeed, race and gender appear to inflect risk perception far more than income or education. White men rank

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Natalie Bump Vena, Paige Dawson, Thomas De Pree, Sarah Hitchner, George Holmes, Sudarshan R Kottai, Daniel J Murphy, Susan Paulson, Victoria C. Ramenzoni, and Kathleen Smythe

discriminated against on account of gender, race, sexual orientation, caste or other social locations is vital in giving voice to those who are harmed disproportionately by environmental damage. Thus, working to reduce inequality in society goes a long way in

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Out of Place in Outer Space?

Exploring Orbital Debris through Geographical Imaginations

Hannah Hunter and Elizabeth Nelson

Dooren 2017: 186), interstellar flourishing pushes beyond imaginations of extraterrestrial extension as a “biological imperative” ( Gorman 2005: 103 ) of a homogeneous human race, who all benefit or are harmed equally by these endeavors (Kearnes and Van

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Latin America

A challenging prospect for regionalism

Ernesto Vivares

region internationally. These arguments point almost exclusively to the external domain bias, hiding the historical and unequal internal social configurations (based on classes, race, and ethnicity) that are functional for the international insertion and

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Navigating Shifting Regimes of Ocean Governance

From UNCLOS to Sustainable Development Goal 14

Ana K. Spalding and Ricardo de Ycaza

more than 8.4 percent of EEZs considered being under some level of protection ( Pinheiro et al. 2019 ). Despite broad scientific support for large marine protected areas as tools to achieve those targets, some critics argue that the race to establish