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Main Title Struggle for ecological democracy : environmental justice movements in the United States /
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Faber, Daniel J.
Publisher Guilford Press,
Year Published 1998
OCLC Number 39257170
ISBN 1572303417 (hc.) 1572303425 (pbk.)
Subjects Environmental justice--United States ; Environmental policy--United States ; Environmentalism--Political aspects--United States
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EIAM  GE180.S84 1998 * New Books * Region 2 Library/New York,NY 12/26/2003 STATUS
EJAM  GE180.S84 1998 Region 3 Library/Philadelphia, PA 12/04/1998 STATUS
EOA GE180.S84 1998 EJ Region 8 Technical Library/Denver,CO 03/04/2009
Collation xvi, 366 p. : maps ; 24 cm.
"A project of the Boston Capitalism, nature, socialism editorial group." Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
Introduction to the democracy and ecology series / James O'Connor -- The struggle for ecological democracy and environmental justice / Daniel Faber -- The political ecology of American capitalism : new challenges for the environmental justice movement / Daniel Faber -- Dying for a living : workers, production, and the environment / Charles Levenstein and John Wooding -- Risk and justice : capitalist production and the environment / Rodger C. Field -- Environmental justice from the grassroots : reflections on history, gender, and expertise / Giovanna Di Chiro -- Popular epidemiology and the struggle for community health in the environmental justice movement / Patrick Novotny -- The network for environmental and economic justice in the Southwest : an interview with Richard Moore / Paul Almeida -- The limits of environmentalism without class : lessons from the ancient forest struggle in the Pacific Northwest / John Bellamy Foster -- Remapping North American environmentalism : contending visions and divergent practices in the fight over NAFTA / Michael Dreiling -- Earth first! in Northern California : an interview with Judi Bari / Douglas Bevington -- Racism and resource colonization / Al Gedicks -- Ecological legitimacy and cultural essentialism : Hispano grazing in the Southwest / Laura Pulido -- The "brown" and the "green" revisited : Chicanos and environmental politics in the upper Rio Grande / Devon Pe na and Maria Mondragon-Valdez.