Marie Michael Library

Title

Environment and morality: confronting environmental racism in the United States

Author

Bullard, Robert D

Description

Environmental decision making often mirrors the power arrangements of the dominant society and its institutions. It disadvantages people of colour while providing advantages or privileges for corporations and individuals in the upper levels of society. The questions of who pays and who benefits from environmental and industrial policies is central to this analysis of environmental racism.

File No

UNRISD-IC8

Agency

UNRISD

Date

Oct-04

Subject(s)

Environment, racism

Pages

31

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