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Title The struggle for ecological democracy : environmental justice movements in the United States / edited by Daniel Faber ; foreword by Carl Anthony
Published New York : Guilford Press, [1998]
©1998

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Description xvi, 366 pages : maps ; 24 cm
Series Democracy and ecology
Democracy and ecology.
Contents Introduction to the Democracy and Ecology Series / James O'Connor -- Foreword / Carl Anthony -- Introduction: The Struggle for Ecological Democracy and Environmental Justice / Daniel Faber -- Ch. 1. The Political Ecology of American Capitalism: New Challenges for the Environmental Justice Movement / Daniel Faber -- Ch. 2. Dying for a Living: Workers, Production, and the Environment / Charles Levenstein and John Wooding -- Ch. 3. Risk and Justice: Capitalist Production and the Environment / Rodger C. Field -- Ch. 4. Environmental Justice from the Grassroots: Reflections on History, Gender, and Expertise / Giovanna Di Chiro -- Ch. 5. Popular Epidemiology and the Struggle for Community Health in the Environmental Justice Movement / Patrick Novotny -- Ch. 6. The Network for Environmental and Economic Justice in the Southwest: An Interview with Richard Moore / Paul Almeida
Ch. 7. The Limits of Environmentalism without Class: Lessons from the Ancient Forest Struggle in the Pacific Northwest / John Bellamy Foster -- Ch. 8. Remapping North American Environmentalism: Contending Visions and Divergent Practices in the Fight over NAFTA / Michael Dreiling -- Ch. 9. Earth First! in Northern California: An Interview with Judi Bari / Douglas Bevington -- Ch. 10. Racism and Resource Colonization / Al Gedicks -- Ch. 11. Ecological Legitimacy and Cultural Essentialism: Hispano Grazing in the Southwest / Laura Pulido -- Ch. 12. The "Brown" and the "Green" Revisited: Chicanos and Environmental Politics in the Upper Rio Grande / Devon Pena and Maria Mondragon-Valdez
Summary A new wave of grassroots environmentalism is building in the United States. Groups that have traditionally been at the periphery of mainstream environmentalism - poor people, working people, and people of color - are fusing the fight for a healthy environment with historical struggles for civil rights and social justice. This timely book brings together leading scholars and activists to provide an ecosocialist perspective on the goals, strategies, and accomplishments of the environmental justice movement, and to explore the emerging principles of ecological democracy that undergird it. It is essential reading for anyone who holds out the hope for lasting solutions to America's social and ecological crises
Notes "A project of the Boston Capitalism, nature, socialism editorial group."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Democracy and environmentalism
Environmental justice -- United States.
Environmental policy -- United States.
Environmentalism -- Political aspects -- United States.
Author Faber, Daniel J.
LC no. 98025564
ISBN 1572303417 (hc.)
1572303425 (paperback)
OTHER TI Capitalism, nature, socialism
Other Titles Capitalism, nature, socialism