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    As critical geographers of toxic waste remind us, poorer and indigenous and non-white communities often end up living and working with that waste at surface and sub-surface levels. Thom Davies (2019) has aptly termed such a development as producing ‘toxic geographies’ whereby toxic pollution exploits structural inequalities to mutate into

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