The Networked Infrastructure of Fossil Capitalism: Implications of the New Pipeline Debates for Environmental Justice in Canada

  • Dayna Nadine Scott

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  • Dayna Nadine Scott
    Associate Professor, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, Toronto, Ontario

The author wishes to thank two anonymous reviewers for useful critiques and suggestions. Excellent research assistance was provided by Jesse-Ross Cohen and Sarah Colgrove. The author benefitted from opportunities to test the argument in presentations of earlier versions of this paper at the University of Ottawa conference on Environmental Justice and Human Rights in November 2012, and the faculty research seminar at Osgoode Hall Law School in January 2013.

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