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Environmental Injustices, Political Struggles Race, Class and the Environment

Edited By: David E Camacho
Environmental Injustices, Political Struggles
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  • Environmental Injustices, Political Struggles ISBN: 9780822322429 Paperback Mar 1999 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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In the United States, few issues are more socially divisive than the location of hazardous waste facilities and other environmentally harmful enterprises. Do the negative impacts of such polluters fall disproportionately on African Americans, Hispanics, Native Americans, and Asian Americans? "Environmental Injustices, Political Struggles" discusses how political, economic, social, and cultural factors contribute to local government officials' consistent location of hazardous and toxic waste facilities in low-income neighbourhoods and how, as a result, low-income groups suffer disproportionately from the regressive impacts of environmental policy. David E. Camacho's collection of essays examines the value-laden choices behind the public policy that determines placement of commercial environmental hazards, points to the under-representation of people of colour in the policymaking process, and discusses the lack of public advocates representing low-income neighbourhoods and communities. This book combines empirical evidence and case studies-from the failure to provide basic services to the 'colonias' in El Paso County, Texas, to the race for water in Nevada-and covers in great detail the environmental dangers posed to minority communities, including the largely unexamined communities of Native Americans. The contributors call for co-operation between national environmental interest groups and local grassroots activism, more effective incentives and disincentives for polluters, and the adoption by policymakers of an alternative, rather than privileged, perspective that is more sensitive to the causes and consequences of environmental inequities. "Environmental Injustices, Political Struggles" is a unique collection for those interested in the environment, public policy, and civil rights as well as for students and scholars of political science, race and ethnicity, and urban and regional planning. Contributors to this book are: C. Richard Bath, Kate A. Berry, John G. Bretting, David E. Camacho, Jeanne Nienaber Clarke, Andrea K. Gerlak, Peter I. Longo, Diane-Michele Prindeville, Linda Robyn, Stephen Sandweiss, Janet M. Tanski, Mary M. Timney, Roberto E. Villarreal, Harvey L. White.

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This volume is a contribution to the important debates initiated by Robert Bullard and others on the nature and implications of environmental injustice . . a useful introduction to these debates for academics, policymakers, and activists.--Environment and Planning A, 2000, issue 32/1
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