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This special issue shows that environmental justice perspectives are useful for analysing current socio-ecological conflicts. It aims at exploring climate and marine narratives, environmental knowledge claims, multiple ontologies, climate change adaptation, and the spatial and temporal shaping of socio-ecological struggles for climate and marine justice in more detail. Furthermore, it takes up current strands of climate and marine justice scholarship and explores avenues for further research.
GH | Articles | Volume 76, issue 3
Geogr. Helv., 76, 305–314, 2021
https://doi.org/10.5194/gh-76-305-2021

Special issue: Special edition Social Geography: Climate and marine justice...

Geogr. Helv., 76, 305–314, 2021
https://doi.org/10.5194/gh-76-305-2021

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Introduction to the special issue “Climate and marine justice – debates and critical perspectives”

Anna Lena Bercht et al.

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This special issue shows that environmental justice perspectives are useful for analysing current socio-ecological conflicts. It aims at exploring climate and marine narratives, environmental knowledge claims, multiple ontologies, climate change adaptation, and the spatial and temporal shaping of socio-ecological struggles for climate and marine justice in more detail. Furthermore, it takes up current strands of climate and marine justice scholarship and explores avenues for further research.
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