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  1. Understanding the Politics and Governance of Climate Change Loss and Damage
  2. Lisa Vanhala, Elisa Calliari, Adelle Thomas
  3. pp. 1-11
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  1. The Effects of Political Knowledge Use by Developing Country Negotiators in Loss and Damage Negotiations
  2. Olivia Serdeczny
  3. pp. 12-31
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  1. From “Loss and Damage” to “Losses and Damages”: Orthographies of Climate Change Loss and Damage in the IPCC
  2. Friederike Hartz
  3. pp. 32-51
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  1. Resilience and Nonideal Justice in Climate Loss and Damage Governance
  2. Ivo Wallimann-Helmer
  3. pp. 52-70
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  1. What Does Loss and Damage Mean at the Country Level? A Global Mapping Through Nationally Determined Contributions
  2. Elisa Calliari, Ben Ryder
  3. pp. 71-85
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  1. Pipeline Politics and the Future of Environmental Justice Struggles in North America
  2. Amy Janzwood
  3. pp. 120-124
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  1. Greening China’s New Silk Roads: The Sustainable Governance of Belt and Road by R. James Ferguson (review)
  2. Usman Ashraf
  3. pp. 127-129
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  1. AI in the Wild: Sustainability in the Age of Artificial Intelligence by Peter Dauvergne (review)
  2. Rachel Tiller
  3. pp. 130-131
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  1. Beyond Climate Breakdown: Envisioning New Stories of Radical Hope by Peter Friederici (review)
  2. Peter J. Jacques
  3. pp. 132-133
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