11 edition of Environmental justice found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||David E. Newton.|
|Series||Contemporary world issues|
|LC Classifications||JC578 .N485 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 271 p. :|
|Number of Pages||271|
|LC Control Number||96026539|
The partnership focuses on outreach, fair returns to minority and other small farmers and rural communities, farmworker working conditions, environmental protection and food safety. This, too, is not a perennial feature of environmental law, but developed in the s because of specific institutional decisions. But they should be clear that their mission is more than technical. Gaul, a Pulitzer Prize-winner, recounts the history of coastal development or over-development, to be precise and lays out the case for changing the way we regulate and subsidize risky construction.
The Strategic Plan targets Responsible Officials, meaning office and program managers, for the trainings, as well as the SES-level points of contact required by the Secretary's message. In these southern communities, black churches and other voluntary associations are used to organize resistance efforts, including research and demonstrations, such as the protest in Warren County, North Carolina. Environmentalism is also defined by a set of advocacy organizations that grew up in the same years: the Natural Resources Defense Council, the Environmental Defense Fund, the Sierra Club Legal Defense Club which later became Earthjustice, the major environmental litigation groupand the Environmental Law Institute either appeared or took their current form in these years. Submit a letter to the editor or write to letters theatlantic. Ethical Eating We recognize the moral consequences of our food choices and pay attention to the impact of our involvement in the food system.
The Supreme Court removed an essential protection against disparate environmental impacts in the form of constitutional Equal Protection challenges. Provide targeted training and capacity-building to EJ communities. The same questions attach to spending the remediation fund from the Gulf of Mexico Deepwater Horizon oil spill, and would attach to the revenue from many kinds of national or trans-national carbon tax or cap-and-trade schemes. The United States Commission on Civil Rights has concluded that the African-American community has been disproportionately affected by Cancer Alley as a result of Louisiana's current state and local permit system for hazardous facilities, as well as their low socio-economic status and limited political influence.
Heart on Holiday
Spying Out the Land
Personal And Historical Sketches And Facial History Of, And By, Members Of The Seventh Regiment Michigan Volunteer Cavalry 1862-1865
X-ray microanalysis and computer-aided imaging
TNCs and India
Drums of doom
The Hague conventions and declarations of 1899 and 1907
Fairy Folk Tales of Ireland
Reauthorization of the Export Administration Act
Access to information about toxic waste facilities has improved, while the increase in pollution is now more visible.
Following E. Bullard continued to act on behalf of struggling African American groups across the U. For example, in the United Kingdom, there is a rule that the claimant may have to cover the fees of their opponents, which further exacerbates any cost issues, especially with lower-income minority groups; also, the only way for environmental justice groups to hold companies accountable for their pollution and breaking any licensing issues over waste disposal would be to sue the government for not enforcing rules.
As Washington outlines in a passionate, thorough argument, the IQ gap along with many other effects used pejoratively against minorities, such as lower job performance can be largely explained by the environmental poisoning of minority communities.
By John R. Be the first. Who will decide what that means, and what will the criteria be? We care for our environment so that it may sustain life for generations to come. An agency that violates Title VI can lose its federal funding.
A second, much less commonly cited reason is environmentally-mediated cognitive impairment. The volume's authors consider the links between expanded patterns of environmental injustice and the structures and forces underlying and shaping the international political economy.
From untilthe tribe leased land to mining companies who did Environmental justice book obtain consent from Navajo families or report any consequences of their activities. To give just one example, lax regulation of industrial agriculture, especially animal-feeding operations where thousands or tens of thousands of livestock are jammed together in factory-like conditions, exposes people living nearby to a bunch of hazardous pollutants.
Environmental Protection Agency. Bullard, residents of Houston's Northwood Manor opposed the decision of the city and Browning Ferris Industries to construct a solid waste facility near their mostly African-American neighborhood.
Each edition reviews books that follow a similar theme. Under Executive Order agencies must develop strategies that identify and address these effects by: promoting enforcement of all health and environmental statutes in areas with minority and low-income populations; ensuring greater public participation ; improving research and data collection relating to the health and environment of minority and low-income populations; and identifying differential patterns of consumption of natural resources among minority and low-income populations.
A more confrontational environmentalism will find new allies, like the Native American activists of Standing Rock and the military veterans who showed up there just before the Army Corps of Engineers announced it would not approve the controversial pipeline route.
Diversity in both membership and leadership of environmental groups is slowly increasing. Economic power, racial inequality, and the struggles of indigenous peoples are not optional or supplemental.EJSCREEN is an environmental justice screening and mapping tool that provides EPA and the public with a nationally consistent approach to characterizing potential areas may warrant further consideration, analysis, or outreach.
Buy the Book. This deep green book presents more than just a critique of solar cells, wind turbines, biofuels, and electric cars. It delivers three dozen first steps around the themes of environmental justice, overpopulation, rebound effects, energy economics, degrowth, taxes, bicycling, livable neighborhoods, and energy conservation.
Request. Environmental Justice: Legal Theory and Practice provides a thought-provoking exposition and comprehensive review of the complex mixture of environmental laws and civil rights legal theories that are central to this still-evolving area of law.
The book, now in its 4th edition, includes all of the significant cases and developments that have.
Pesticide Drift and the Pursuit of Environmental Justice presents pesticide drift as a compelling example of an invisible, persistent socio-technical environmental problem with serious, ongoing public health implications for marginalized rural communities.
It is a richly textured book, presenting voices from affected communities; discussions of. WMEAC is excited to host an environmental book club where people from across the region are able to learn more about the history of the environmental movement and get more in touch with our community.
Everyone is welcome to join us for our book club meetings or to follow along on their own. The article concludes with a discussion of the globalization of the environmental justice movement, discourse, and issues, as well as with some policy implications of finding and understanding.