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Sheila M. Huss, Paul B. Stretesky & Michael J. Lynch

In: Environmental Leadership: A Reference Handbook

Chapter 83: Characteristics of the Formalized Environmental Justice Movement: Implications for Environmental Governance

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Characteristics of the Formalized Environmental Justice Movement: Implications for Environmental Governance
Characteristics of the formalized environmental justice movement: Implications for environmental governance
Sheila M.HussUniversity of Colorado, Denver
Paul B.StreteskyUniversity of Colorado, Denver
Michael J.LynchUniversity of South Florida

The environmental justice movement opposes behaviors and policies that result in “environmental destruction in low-income and racially distinct ...

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