Echoes from the poisoned well: global memories of environmental injustice
Lexington Books, Jan 28, 2006 - History - 433 pages
This book is an historical examination of environmental justice struggles across the globe from the perspective of environmentally marginalized communities. It is unique in environmental justice histography because it recounts these struggles by integrating the actual voices and memories of communities who grappled with environmental inequalities.
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Foundations and Origins of Environmental Injustice
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