Environmental Justice: Law, Policy, and Regulation
The environmental justice movement is concerned with the disparate environmental harms and benefits experienced by low income communities and communities of color. The selections in the reader provide graduate and undergraduate students with an introduction to environmental justice, whether or not they have a gackground in environmental law.
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