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The final chapter of the book reckons with the daunting threat that the fight against global warming may not succeed, as the window to curb greenhouse gas emissions and limit catastrophic climate change is closing right now. How to keep on fighting when carbon-fueled capitalism keeps winning? Reflecting on the words of wisdom proposed by CHamoru human rights activist Julian Aguon, the conclusion interrogates the importance of mourning in the fight for climate justice. Perhaps Pacific (post)apocalyptic nuclear stories deliver a most important lesson in the “arts of living on a damaged planet” and encourage us to find love and beauty even in nuclear ruins.

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