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From Social Movements to Non-Governmental Organizations: Civil Society and Local Environmental Governance Under Fordism and Neoliberalism.
This paper presents a meta-modelling framework for estimating the extent of pollution in the Detroit River area of concern and some of the mechanisms leading to this pollution are identified.
The United Auto Workers and the Emergence of Labor Environmentalism
Recent collaboration between labor unions and environmental organizations has sparked significant interest in “blue-green” coalitions. Drawing on archival research, this article explores the United
The neoliberal turn in environmental governance in the Detroit River Area of Concern
This article explores the transition from state-centric environmental governance to neoliberalization through a historical examination of environmental remediation efforts in the Detroit River. I