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Working on earth : class and environmental justice
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Éditeur University of Nevada Press
Année cop. 2015
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Working on earth : class and environmental justice
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Description
1 vol. (XII-281 p.) ; 24 cm
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Notes bibliogr.. Index.
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Classification Dewey
363.700973
Résumé
"Working on Earth: Class and Environmental Justice is a collection of scholarly essays that examine the relationship between the exploitation of the working-class and environment injustices in the US and Canada. These scholars, from the fields of environmental humanities and environmental social sciences, seek to assess the current unprecedented rates of environmental degradation, expanding economic inequality, and wide-spread social injustice. Without dividing worker from wilderness, or labor from landscape, they present solutions to the global climate crisis. Ultimately, this book advances the idea of a working-class ecology that must be an integral part of achieving just and sustainable human development"--
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978-0-87417-963-7
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