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The Extractivist Paradigm

Arctic Resources and the Planetary Mine
Authors: Sörlin, Sverker;

The Extractivist Paradigm

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Part of book: ISBN 978-1-009-10023-6QC 20221219

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Sweden
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History, Social and Economic Geography, Social och ekonomisk geografi, Historia

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