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Structive practices reverberate across time frames thereby raising serious uestions about the value of conventional of the copresence of sources of climate harm and frames thereby raising serious uestions about the value of conventional interpretations of the copresence of sources of climate harm and effects on the health and environmental living standards of all peoples If injuries provoked by environmental degradation emerge across multiple time frames and affect enerations differentially where do we draw the boundaries of the just society and how do we identify its most relevant subjectsThis book explores how such uestions have the just society and how do we identify its most relevant subjectsThis book explores how such uestions have one of the most important debates on democratic justice in recent years that between en. ,