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Sewer of Progress
by Cindy McCulligh
by Philip Schleifer
Catastrophes, Confrontations, and Constraints
by Tobias Ide
Cooperating for the Climate
by Joanna I. Lewis
Women and Climate Change
by Nicole Detraz
by Marco Armiero, Roberta Biasillo and Wilko Graf von Hardenberg
Translated by James Sievert
by Daniel B. Poneman
Educating for the Anthropocene
by Peter Sutoris
by Teddy Cruz and Fonna Forman
Beyond Climate Breakdown
by Peter Friederici
Foreword by Kathleen Dean Moore