Anna Fünfgeld

Just Energy? Structures of energy (In)justice and the Indonesian coal sector

Routledge International Handbooks | 2018


  • Published in

    Routledge Handbook of Climate Justice

    Editor(s)

    Tahseen Jafry

    Series

    Routledge International Handbooks

    Publisher

    Routledge

    Pages

    222-236

    ISBN

    978-1-138-68935-0

    978-1-315-53768-9

    Location

    Abingdon/New York

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