SE Lecture Ejustice

SE Lecture Ejustice - Environmental Justice Final Lecture...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/15/11 Environmental Justice Final Lecture – Sustainable Environments
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4/15/11 Readings On e-reserve 2 chapters from Polluted Promises On BB two small articles to glance at related to environmental justice (1) eco-tourism and (2) while privilege
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4/15/11 Metamessage Environmental burdens are unevenly spread across the landscape and so environmental justice, or lack of, becomes a real barrier to possibilities of sustainable society.
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4/15/11 Definitions and Histories Environmental Justice fights against the inequitable (spatial) distribution 1969 Lawsuit on behalf of six migrant farm workers exposed to DDT. 1970 United States Public Health Services acknowledges that lead poisoning is disproportionately
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Definitions and Histories 1983 $25 million settlement with black residents in Triana, Alabama, a tiny all-black community that was contaminated with DDT from Redstone Arsenal Army base. 1986
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