Vignette: Limits to Growth, the Rohingya, and Planetary Health
The repeated expulsions and flights of the Rohingya people from Myanmar, documented to occur periodically for over two centuries, are widely and correctly interpreted as egregious examples of human rights violations. It is here hypothesized that this violence has ecological causes in addition to the better recognized social factors, such as intolerance, inequality, and religious and cultural differences. Furthermore, this case study shares characteristics found in an increasing number of...[Show more]
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