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Landscapes of Environmental Injustice: The Environmental Justice Movement in Context

Landscapes of Environmental Injustice: The Environmental Justice Movement in Context

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Title: Landscapes of Environmental Injustice: The Environmental Justice Movement in Context
Author: Chan, Emily S.
Abstract: In this paper, the environmental justice movement is introduced through a study of its historical context, and the structures of environmental, economic and social disparities in North America. The principles of environmental justice and its primary community organizing strategies are addressed to illustrate how environmental justice is alternative to mainstream environmentalism. Also discussed are some of the tensions and challenges within the environmental justice movement. Contrary to some arguments in published literature, I argue that the movement for environmental justice is not a branch of mainstream environmentalism, but a movement in its own right.
Type: Other
Rights: http://www.yorku.ca/fes/research/students/outstanding/index.htm
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10315/18108
Published: Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University
Series: Vol. 6;No. 1
Citation: FES Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Series
ISSN: 1702-3548
Date: 2000

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