Can democracy in crisis deal with the climate crisis?
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Can democracy in crisis deal with the climate crisis?

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How can a struggling democracy tackle one of the most critical challenges the world faces? Contributors from across the disciplines share their ideas on the interconnections between rejuvenating the democratic process and addressing the climate crisis. How do you perceive a moral pathway forward? We encourage you to share your insights with our thinking community. 

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