Do fires discriminate? Socio-economic disadvantage, wildfire hazard exposure and the Australian 2019–20 ‘Black Summer’ fires
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KeywordsSocio-economic vulnerability; Poverty; Climate change; Extreme weather events; Disaster justice;
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