By Fabio De Castro, Barbara Hogenboom, Michiel Baud
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The members examine a extensive diversity of rising socio-environmental demanding situations confronted by means of modern Latin the United States. through the use of environmental governance as an overarching analytical inspiration, they go territorial, sectorial, and institutional limitations to handle the nature/society nexus.
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