Multiple conceptualizations of nature are key to inclusivity and legitimacy in global environmental governance

Luca Coscieme*, Håkon da Silva Hyldmo, Álvaro Fernández-Llamazares, Ignacio Palomo, Tuyeni H. Mwampamba, Odirilwe Selomane, Nadia Sitas, Pedro Jaureguiberry, Yasuo Takahashi, Michelle Lim, Maria P. Barral, Juliana S. Farinaci, Julio Diaz-José, Sonali Ghosh, Joyce Ojino, Amani Alassaf, Bernard N. Baatuuwie, Lenke Balint, Zeenatul Basher, Fanny BoeraeveSugeng Budiharta, Ruishan Chen, Maylis Desrousseaux, Gregory Dowo, Catherine Febria, Houda Ghazi, Zuzana V. Harmáčková, Rodolfo Jaffe, Mphatso M. Kalemba, Cosmas K. Lambini, Felicia P.S. Lasmana, Assem A.A. Mohamed, Aidin Niamir, Patricio Pliscoff, Rahat Sabyrbekov, Uttam B. Shrestha, Aibek Samakov, Anna A. Sidorovich, Laura Thompson, Mireia Valle

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