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Global Environmental Governance, Technology and Politics: The Anthropocene Gap, by Victor Galaz Edward Elgar, 2014, 208 pp, £70 hb, ISBN 9781781955543

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  07 April 2015

Rakhyun E. Kim*
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Griffith University Law School, Brisbane (Australia)

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