Dr. Shannon Bell discusses her work as an environmental sociologist. Many environmental movements are led by women whose families are affected by pollution from industry. Corporations once dismissed these women as hysterical housewives, but in the fight over fracking, industry has created its own team of mom advocates.
Women in Environmental Justice
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