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Chapter 2 begins with a discussion of a court case in Northern Australia: a desecration lawsuit that the Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority brought against om Manganese Ltd., a subsidiary of om Holding, for deliberately damaging an Indigenous sacred site, Two Women Sitting Down, at its Bootu Creek manganese mine. The fight over the meaning and significance of the damaging of Two Women Sitting Down is used in two ways. On the one hand, it provides an excellent example of why a growing number of geologists and climate experts are urgently calling for new dialogue among natural sciences, the social sciences,...

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