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Teresa Kramarz in Global Americans – Birds of Passage: A New Film About Drug Violence, Natural Resource Extraction and Indigenous People. Read more here.

Congratulations in order! EGL Researchers Brianna Scrimshaw Botchwey and Michaela Pedersen-Macnab Finalists in International Policy Ideas Challenge 2018. Read more here.

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Urban Transformative Potential in a Changing Climate. Read more here.

Using the Courts to Protect the Environment in Argentina: Accountability Pitfalls When Judges Have the Last Word. Read more here.

Conversations with Lesley Head about Hope and Grief in the Anthropocene: Reconceptualising Human‐Nature Relations. Read more here.

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Attitudes on Fracking, Energy Politics, and Climate Change. More information here.