Environmental justice, settler colonialism, and more-than-humans in the occupied West Bank: An introduction

@article{Braverman2021EnvironmentalJS,
  title={Environmental justice, settler colonialism, and more-than-humans in the occupied West Bank: An introduction},
  author={Irus Braverman},
  journal={Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space},
  year={2021},
  volume={4},
  pages={3 - 27}
}
  • Irus Braverman
  • Published 1 March 2021
  • Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space
Our special issue provides a first-of-its kind attempt to examine environmental injustices in the occupied West Bank through interdisciplinary perspectives, pointing to the broader settler colonial and neoliberal contexts within which they occur and to their more-than-human implications. Specifically, we seek to understand what environmental justice—a movement originating from, and rooted in, the United States—means in the context of Palestine/Israel. Moving beyond the settler-native dialectic… 
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