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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Environmental injustices, political struggles.
Durham : Duke University Press, 1998
|All Authors / Contributors:||
David E Cuesta Camacho
|ISBN:||0822322250 9780822322252 0822322420 9780822322429|
|Description:||viii, 232 p. : maps ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||The environmental justice movement : a political framework / David E. Camacho --
The social construction of environmental justice / Stephen Sandweiss --
Race, class, and environmental hazards / Harvey L. White --
Environmental racism in southern Arizona? : the reality beneath the rhetoric / Jeanne Nienaber Clarke and Andrea K. Gerlak --
Race for water? : Native Americans, Eurocentrism, and western water policy / Kate A. Berry --
The failure to provide basic services to the Colonias of El Paso County : a case of environmental racism? / C. Richard Bath, Janet M. Tanski, and Roberto E. Villarreal --
Environmental justice and the role of indigenous women organizing their communities / John G. Bretting and Diane-Michele Prindeville --
Environmental injustices and traditional environmental organizations : potential for coalition building / Peter J. Longo --
Environmental injustices : examples from Ohio / Mary M. Timney --
Bishigendan Akii : respect the earth / Linda Robyn and David E. Camacho --
Environmental ethics as a political choice / David E. Camacho.
|Responsibility:||David E. Camacho, editor.|
"This volume is a contribution to the important debates initiated by Robert Bullard and others on the nature and implications of environmental injustice . . a useful introduction to these debates for