3 edition of Spaces of environmental justice found in the catalog.
Spaces of environmental justice
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Ryan Holifield, Michael Porter and Gordon Walker.|
|Series||Antipode book series|
|Contributions||Holifield, Ryan., Porter, Michael., Walker, Gordon.|
|LC Classifications||GE220 .S63 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009053131|
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Environmental justice means that all people have a right to a safe and healthy environment with clean drinking water, fresh food, and life-supporting homes. Its inverse, environmental racism, means that environmental hazards disproportionally shape the . The environmental justice movement recognizes the challenges faced by low-income and racially/ethnically diverse communities. As an amenity that can potentially support the quality of the environmental, social, and health of cities, urban green spaces have also been at the forefront of modern discussions on environmental : Viniece Jennings, Matthew H. E. M. Browning, Alessandro Rigolon.
View our complete catalog of authoritative Environment and Sustainability related book titles and textbooks published by Routledge and CRC Press. Publisher of Humanities, Social Science & STEM Books Skip to Geology, Contamination, Environmental Regulations, . Bullard said the environmental justice movement helped to redefine what the environment is and what it isn’t. For the movement, it includes the physical spaces where someone lives, works, plays, learns and worships. “The movement speaks to the issue of how people relate to each other and how people relate to the environment,” Bullard said.
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Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *Brand: Wiley. Ryan Holifield is an assistant professor in the Department of Geography at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.
His research focuses on the nexus between social justice and urban sustainability, with a particular interest in dimensions of environmental justice and injustice in the process of hazardous waste site remediation and risk assessment.
Assembling Justice Spaces: The Scalar Politics of Environmental Justice in North-East England (Karen Bickerstaff, Durham University and Julian Agyeman, Tufts University). Defining and Contesting Environmental Justice: Socio-Natures and the Politics of Scale in the Delta (Julie Sze, Jonathan London, Fraser Shilling, Gerardo Gambirazzio.
Spaces of Environmental Justice (Antipode Book Series) Spaces of Environmental Justice (Antipode Book Series) In this cutting-edge volume, leading scholars examine a diverse range of environmental inequalities from around the world. Shows how far the field has moved beyond its original focus on uneven distributions of pollution in the USA.
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Spaces of Environmental Justice: Frameworks for Critical Engagement. Beyond Distribution and Proximity: Exploring the Multiple Spatialities of Environmental Justice. Actor-Network Theory as a Critical Approach to Environmental Justice: A Case against Synthesis with Urban Political Ecology.
Gendered Geographies of Environmental. Using Environmental Justice to Investigate Waste-related Impacts of Ecotourism in Destination Communities; 7 Assembling Justice Spaces: The Scalar Politics of Environmental Justice in North-east England; 8 Defining and Contesting Environmental Justice: Socio.
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Finney’s book, Black Faces, White Spaces: Reimagining the Relationship of African Americans to the Great Outdoors examines the representation, participation, and history of African Americans in U.S. parks and public lands. Her work asks us to reconsider public lands as racialized spaces and to explore the implications of this for the.
This book raises some very important questions on how our culture views that relationship and also addresses the fears black Americans associate with the environment and the advances that black Americans have contributed to environmental causes.
The book focuses on a number of different topics to demonstrate the problematic and tenuous bond Cited by: Environmental, ecological or green gentrification is a process in which cleaning up pollution or providing green amenities increases local property values and attracts wealthier residents to a previously polluted or disenfranchised neighbourhood.
Green amenities include green spaces, parks green roofs, gardens and green and energy efficient building materials. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. The best selection of multicultural and social justice books for children, YA, and educators.
Guide for Selecting Anti-Bias Children’s Books. Environment / Climate Justice. If you value this book list, please help us promote it and create more book lists. This book series focuses on the intersections between spaces and practices to provide innovative and important interventions on examples of real-world (in)justice.
The geographies of justice are a vibrant and growing area of academic research, which investigates the spatialities of (in)justice and its impacts on practices, relations, discourses. Assembling Justice Spaces: The Scalar Politics of Environmental Justice in North-east England / Karen Bickerstaff and Julian Agyeman ; 8.
Defining and Contesting Environmental Justice: Socio-natures and the Politics of Scale in the Delta / Julie Sze, Jonathan London, Fraser Shilling, Gerardo Gambirazzio, Trina Filan and Mary Cadenasso.
Bridging the fields of environmental history, cultural studies, critical race studies, and geography, Finney argues that the legacies of slavery, Jim Crow, and racial violence have shaped cultural understandings of the "great outdoors" and determined who should and can have access to natural g on a variety of sources from film.
Defining and Contesting Environmental Justice: Socio-natures and the Politics of Scale in the Delta. Antipode. 41 (4): Reprinted in Spaces of Environmental Justice (Antipode Book Series), edited by Ryan Holifield, Michael Porter and Gordon Walker.
Bridging the fields of environmental history, cultural studies, critical race studies, and geography, Finney argues that the legacies of slavery, Jim Crow, and racial violence have shaped cultural understandings of the "great outdoors" and determined 5/5(1).
We create academic and public spaces for discussing and examining environmental justice issues, particularly through the lens of the six focal areas of SoGES (and beyond).
Our organizational aim is to bridge individuals and organizations engaged in environmental justice research and teaching across disciplines, between academics and activists.
The Recent Evolution of Environmental Justice Research. Spaces of Environmental Justice. Future Directions in Unstable Times: Questions for a Critical Environmental Justice Cited by:. Designing Justice + Designing Spaces Creating Restorative Justice Spaces | i Restorative justice is a philosophical approach to justice that is a departure from.
schools draws on the research of environmental designers and the work of Deanna Van Buren, co-founder of Designing Justice + Designing Spaces,File Size: 6MB.Spaces of Environmental Justice Antipode Book by Ryan Holifield Editor Michael Porter Editor.
ebook. Sign up to save your library. With an OverDrive account, you can save your favorite libraries for at-a-glance information about availability. Find out more about OverDrive accounts. "I found this book to be provocative, well thought out, and very much worth the read.
As an academic study it should spark a good deal of debate."--Penny Newman, Executive Director, Center for Community Action and Environmental Justice, Riverside, California4/5(1).