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Research

Rebecca Nada-Rajah has conducted a review of research into Environmental Justice, which looks at many of the complex issues underlying the simple principle and aspiration that everyone should have the right to live in a clean and healthy environment.

Download the full research below:

A REVIEW OF ‘ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH’  IN THE UK (Rebecca Nada-Rajah, November 2010)

Or, if you would just like to read particular sections, download individual sections below:

1. WHAT IS ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE?

2. ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE AS ‘PRAXIS’: ACTION RESEARCH

3. ARE JUSTICE AND SUSTAINABILITY COMPATIBLE OBJECTIVES?

4. WHERE ‘TOP-DOWN’ MEETS ‘BOTTOM-UP’: ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

5. AN INFRASTRUCTURE OF CONSUMPTION AND EXPLOITATION

6. ADDRESSING THE ‘CORE CULTURAL MYTHOLOGY’

7. THE VIRTUES OF STORYTELLING