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by Daniel Richard Faber

  • ISBN: 1572303417
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  • Author: Daniel Richard Faber
  • Subcategory: Science & Mathematics
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: The Guilford Press; 1 edition (July 30, 1998)
  • Pages: 366 pages
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This collection of twelve articles provides a provocative profile of the environmental justice movement throughout the United States

This collection of twelve articles provides a provocative profile of the environmental justice movement throughout the United States. These prominent contributors have produced a compelling narrative of how environmental injustice affects people of color and low-income groups. It reveals the questionable practice of market forces and how they impact human and nonhuman life. It chronicles culture, race and class issues and the critical role of women and their contribution to the movement. People are making a difference.

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Series: Guilford Democracy and Ecology Series. This collection of twelve articles provides a provocative profile of the environmental justice movement throughout the United States. Publisher: Guilford Publishing.

The Struggle for Ecological Democracy: Environmental Justice Movements in the United States, Guilford . Faber, . and Krieg, E. (2001)

The Struggle for Ecological Democracy: Environmental Justice Movements in the United States, Guilford, New York. (2001). Unequal Exposure to Ecological Hazards: Environmental Injustices in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Northeastern University, Boston.

If Ecological Economics (EE) is to inform the transition to societies capable of living within the bounds imposed by nature, it must assume the . The exceptional legislative committees found in the United States are discussed.

If Ecological Economics (EE) is to inform the transition to societies capable of living within the bounds imposed by nature, it must assume the epistemological and ethical challenges that this invo lves. This requires a renewed commitment to explore alternative forms of social organization that remove themselves from the marketplace and the overwhelming influence of a single measure of value on all resources and activities.

Collins-Chobanian, Shari. Bibliographic Citation. Environmental Ethics 2000 Fall; 22(3): 319-322. Related Items in Google Scholar.

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This timely book brings together leading scholars and activists to provide an ecosocialist perspective on the goals, strategies, and accomplishments of the environmental justice movement, and to explore the emerging.

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Corporate America increasingly relies on environmentally unsustainable forms of production, and not all Americans bear their costs equally. People of color are 47 percent more likely than whites to live near a hazardous waste facility. Fifty-seven percent of whites live in areas with poor air quality, compared to 80 percent of Latinos. Nationwide, nearly a thousand farm workers die of pesticide poisoning each year. Illuminating manifold connections between the exploitation of nature and the exploitation of vulnerable communities, a new wave of grassroots environmentalism is building in the United States. Groups that have traditionally been at the periphery of mainstream environmentalism--poor people, working people, and people of color--are fusing the fight for a healthy environment with historical struggles for civil rights and social justice. This timely book brings together leading scholars and activists to provide an ecosocialist perspective on the goals, strategies, and accomplishments of the environmental justice movement, and to explore the emerging principles of ecological democracy that undergird it.

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