Who is the Law For?

By March 15, 2020 No Comments

Many remote Australian communities regularly experience water contamination and supply failures, shortfalls which are often excused with references to localised factors like droughts or infrastructural damage. However, Incubator researchers Kirsty Howey and Liam Grealy argue that this “archipelagic” water governance is symptomatic of a wider climate justice issue that privileges certain populations over others. See their article on the Sydney Environment Institute blog here.

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