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Maria Bargh (Te Arawa, Ngāti Awa) is an associate professor in Māori Studies at Victoria University of Wellington. She researches and teaches in the areas of Māori politics and Māori resource management. She is co-lead of the governance and policy research team for the Biological Heritage National Science Challenge and recipient of the Royal Society 2020 Te Puāwaitanga Research Excellence Award. Julie L MacArthur is an associate professor and Canada Research Chair in Reimagining Capitalism at Royal Roads University. She specialises in environ­ mental political economy, energy democracy, and participatory policy-making. Julie is the author of Empowering Electricity: Cooperatives, Sustainability, and Power Sector Reform in Canada (UBC Press, 2016), alongside a wide range of articles and chapters on community energy, sustainable community development, gendered employment in energy industries, environmental populism, and Green New Deal policies. She chairs the Women & Inclusivity in Sustainable Energy Research (WISER) network, and is a past chair of the New Zealand Environmental Politics and Policy Network.

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