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If we want a whole Earth, Nature Needs Half: a response to Büscher et al.

  • Philip Cafaro (a1), Tom Butler (a2), Eileen Crist (a3), Paul Cryer (a4), Eric Dinerstein (a5), Helen Kopnina (a6), Reed Noss (a7), John Piccolo (a8), Bron Taylor (a9), Carly Vynne (a10) and Haydn Washington (a11)...
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Oryx
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