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Climate Justice: Its Meanings, Its Struggles, and Its Prospects Under Liberal Democracy and Capitalism
The term climate justice, despite wide usage, defies easy definition. I argue that in order to appreciate it in its full complexity, climate justice is best understood as a moral framework with 2 facets. Facet 1 allows us ...
Chemical Intimacies and Toxic Publics
In this dissertation, I detail how capitalism has turned pollution into a generally accepted form of violence perpetuated in the name of economic health. Complete with a corps of risk managers and environmental consultants, ...
Unsettling Revitalization in Toronto: The Fantasy and Apology of the Settler City
At a time when social movements for Indigenous resurgence in Canada are as powerful as ever, and are coupled with state-sponsored reconciliation and recognition efforts (focused primarily on residential schools), it is ...