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About Julie Klinger

Julie Klinger, PhD, is the associate director of the Land Use and Livelihoods Initiative at the Global Development Policy Center, and an assistant professor at the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University.

Julie Klinger, PhD, es directora asociada de la Land Use and Livelihoods Initiative del Centro de Políticas de Desarrollo Global, y profesora asistente de la Escuela de Estudios Globales Frederick S. Pardee de la Universidad de Boston.

 

 

 

 

Articles by Julie Klinger

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Metales tecnológicos para un mundo más limpio, pero no a costa de destruir ecosistemas en América Latina

El incremento de la demanda de “metales tecnológicos” como el litio, el niobio y el coltán, atiza el debate sobre el futuro de lugares icónicos de América Latina. English

Lithium, niobium, coltan: technological metals destroy Latin American ecosystems for a cleaner world

The anticipated spike in demand for “technology metals,” including rare earth elements lithium, niobium, and coltan, has ignited fierce debates over the development of some of Latin America’s most iconic places. Español

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