Environmental justice and conceptions of the green economy

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Ehresman, T.G.; Okereke, Chuks;

Green economy has become one of the most fashionable terms in global environmental public policy discussions and forums. Despite this popularity, and its being selected as one of the organizing themes of the United Nations Rio+20 Conference in Brazil, June 2012, its pro... View more
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