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Environmental Victims New Risks, New Injustice

Edited By: Christopher Williams
188 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Earthscan
Environmental Victims
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  • Environmental Victims ISBN: 9781853835247 Paperback Dec 1998 Usually dispatched within 6 days
  • Environmental Victims ISBN: 9781853835346 Hardback Dec 1998 Out of Print #77362
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About this book

Examines the implications of environmental problems for justice and security.


Part 1 Concepts: an environmental victimology; environmental victims and state sovereignty; reflections on environmental justice. Part 2 Case studies: the anthropology of oil; the movement in Bhopal and its lessons; ecocide, industrial chemical contamination and the corporate profit imperative; environmental security and displaced people in Southern Africa. Part 3 Solutions: good neighbour agreements; the occupational health needs of workers; the charter of rights against industrial hazards.

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Edited By: Christopher Williams
188 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Earthscan
Media reviews
A must read for anybody who is interested in social justice: Koos Neefjes, Policy Advisor for Environment and Development (Oxfam).
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