Engaging with environmental justice: Governance, education and citizenship.
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Engaging with Environmental Justice: Governance, Education and Citizenship presents a range of works about the impact of science, economy, laws, education, practice, and policy on social groups and their surrounding environments. The chapters in this E-book go from the philosophical underpinnings of the causes of environmental injustices to case studies of the empirical work of practitioners who faced first hand the successes and failures of environmental practices and research. As a true inter-disciplinary compilation, this volume shows the links and the gaps between theory and practice and between viewpoints and disciplines. It exposes both the current fragility of the current state of environmental justice studies and the promise carried by initiatives that go beyond intellectual exercises and attempt to reach real integrated solutions for an ever pressing matter.
Motta, Bernardo Heisler and Cotton, Michael, "Engaging with environmental justice: Governance, education and citizenship." (2011). Faculty Books. 137.