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The Resource Justice and natural resources : concepts, strategies, and applications, edited by Kathryn M. Mutz, Gary C. Bryner, and Douglas S. Kenney, (electronic resource)

Justice and natural resources : concepts, strategies, and applications, edited by Kathryn M. Mutz, Gary C. Bryner, and Douglas S. Kenney, (electronic resource)

Label
Justice and natural resources : concepts, strategies, and applications
Title
Justice and natural resources
Title remainder
concepts, strategies, and applications
Statement of responsibility
edited by Kathryn M. Mutz, Gary C. Bryner, and Douglas S. Kenney
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Subject
Language
eng
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Related
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
333.7
LC call number
GE220
LC item number
.J87 2002
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  • 1951-
  • 1964-
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  • Mutz, Kathryn M
  • Bryner, Gary C.
  • Kenney, Douglas S.
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  • Environmental justice
  • Conservation of natural resources
Summary expansion
Just over two decades ago, research findings that environmentally hazardous facilities were more likely to be sited near poor and minority communities gave rise to the environmental justice movement. Yet inequitable distribution of the burdens of industrial facilities and pollution is only half of the problem; poor and minority communities are often denied the benefits of natural resources and can suffer disproportionate harm from decisions about their management and use.Justice and Natural Resourcesis the first book devoted to exploring the concept of environmental justice in the realm of natural resources. Contributors consider how decisions about the management and use of natural resources can exacerbate social injustice and the problems of disadvantaged communities. Looking at issues that are predominantly rural and western -- many of them involving Indian reservations, public lands, and resource development activities -- it offers a new and more expansive view of environmental justice.The book begins by delineating the key conceptual dimensions of environmental justice in the natural resource arena. Following the conceptual chapters are contributions that examine the application of environmental justice in natural resource decision-making. Chapters examine: how natural resource management can affect a range of stakeholders quite differently, distributing benefits to some and burdens to others the potential for using civil rights laws to address damage to natural and cultural resources the unique status of Native American environmental justice claims parallels between domestic and international environmental justice how authority under existing environmental law can be used by Federal regulators and communities to address a broad spectrum of environmental justice concerns Justice and Natural Resourcesoffers a concise overview of the field of environmental justice and a set of frameworks for understanding it. It expands the previously urban and industrial scope of the movement to include distribution of the burdens and access to the benefits of natural resources, broadening environmental justice to a truly nationwide concern
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Justice and natural resources : concepts, strategies, and applications, edited by Kathryn M. Mutz, Gary C. Bryner, and Douglas S. Kenney, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Machine generated contents note: Part One. Frameworks -- Chapter 1. Beyond "Traditional" Environmental Justice 3 -- DAVID H. GETCHES AND DAVID N. FELLOW -- Chapter 2. Assessing Claims of Environmental Justice: Conceptual Frameworks 31 -- GARY C. BRYNER -- Chapter 3. Water, Poverty, Equity, and Justice in Colorado: A Pragmatic Approach 57 -- JAMES L. WESCOAT JR., SARAH HALVORSON, -- LISA HEADINGTON, AND JILL REPLOGLE -- Chapter 4. International Environmental Protection: Human Rights and the North-South Divide 87 -- TSEMING YANG -- Part Two. Concepts -- Chapter 5. The Coincidental Order of Environmental Injustice 117 -- JEFF ROMM -- Chapter 6. Environmental Justice in an Era of Devolved Collaboration 139 -- SHEILA FOSTER -- Chapter 7. Tribal Sovereignty and Environmental Justice 161 -- SARAH KRAKOFF -- Part Three. Strategies and Applications -- Chapter 8. Expanding Civil Rights Protections in -- Contested Terrain: Using Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 187 -- LUKE W. COLE -- Chapter 9. Forest Management and Environmental Justice in Northern New Mexico 209 -- HENRY H. CAREY -- Chapter 10. NEPA in Indian Country: Compliance Requirement to Decision-Making Tool 225 -- DEAN B. SUAGEE -- Chapter 11. A Framework to Assess Environmental Justice Concerns for Proposed Federal Projects 253 -- JAN BUHRMANN -- Chapter 12. Protecting Natural Resources and the Issue of Environmental Justice 285 -- BARRY E. HILL AND NICHOLAS TARG -- Chapter 13. Mineral Development: Protecting the Land and Communities 307 -- KATHRYN M. MUTZ -- Conclusion -- Chapter 14. Hoping Against History: Environmental Justice in the Twenty-first Century 337 -- PATRICIA NELSON LIMERICK
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000186730
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unknown
Isbn
9781559638975
Isbn Type
(hc : alk. paper)
Lccn
2001005666
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000186730
Label
Justice and natural resources : concepts, strategies, and applications, edited by Kathryn M. Mutz, Gary C. Bryner, and Douglas S. Kenney, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Machine generated contents note: Part One. Frameworks -- Chapter 1. Beyond "Traditional" Environmental Justice 3 -- DAVID H. GETCHES AND DAVID N. FELLOW -- Chapter 2. Assessing Claims of Environmental Justice: Conceptual Frameworks 31 -- GARY C. BRYNER -- Chapter 3. Water, Poverty, Equity, and Justice in Colorado: A Pragmatic Approach 57 -- JAMES L. WESCOAT JR., SARAH HALVORSON, -- LISA HEADINGTON, AND JILL REPLOGLE -- Chapter 4. International Environmental Protection: Human Rights and the North-South Divide 87 -- TSEMING YANG -- Part Two. Concepts -- Chapter 5. The Coincidental Order of Environmental Injustice 117 -- JEFF ROMM -- Chapter 6. Environmental Justice in an Era of Devolved Collaboration 139 -- SHEILA FOSTER -- Chapter 7. Tribal Sovereignty and Environmental Justice 161 -- SARAH KRAKOFF -- Part Three. Strategies and Applications -- Chapter 8. Expanding Civil Rights Protections in -- Contested Terrain: Using Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 187 -- LUKE W. COLE -- Chapter 9. Forest Management and Environmental Justice in Northern New Mexico 209 -- HENRY H. CAREY -- Chapter 10. NEPA in Indian Country: Compliance Requirement to Decision-Making Tool 225 -- DEAN B. SUAGEE -- Chapter 11. A Framework to Assess Environmental Justice Concerns for Proposed Federal Projects 253 -- JAN BUHRMANN -- Chapter 12. Protecting Natural Resources and the Issue of Environmental Justice 285 -- BARRY E. HILL AND NICHOLAS TARG -- Chapter 13. Mineral Development: Protecting the Land and Communities 307 -- KATHRYN M. MUTZ -- Conclusion -- Chapter 14. Hoping Against History: Environmental Justice in the Twenty-first Century 337 -- PATRICIA NELSON LIMERICK
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000186730
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9781559638975
Isbn Type
(hc : alk. paper)
Lccn
2001005666
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000186730

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