Employment, environmental pollution and working class life in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina

@inproceedings{Broto2013EmploymentEP,
  title={Employment, environmental pollution and working class life in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina},
  author={Vanesa Cast{\'a}n Broto},
  year={2013}
}
People's experiences of a polluted space are intimately linked with their relative concerns for quality of life and livelihoods. Thus quality of environment and security of employment are two closely related issues in social conflicts over environmental pollution. Rather than being implicated in a trade-off relationship, environmental quality and job provision are both part of the life of community residents. Bringing together the literature on the political ecology of environmental conflicts… CONTINUE READING

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