Taking away David’s sling*: environmental justice and land-use conflict in extractive resource development

@article{Kennedy2017TakingAD,
  title={Taking away David’s sling*: environmental justice and land-use conflict in extractive resource development},
  author={A. Kennedy and K. Schafft and T. Howard},
  journal={Local Environment},
  year={2017},
  volume={22},
  pages={952 - 968}
}
ABSTRACT Exploring cases of gas and coal extraction in Australia and the U.S.A., this paper considers instances in which legal and political frameworks have been used to prioritise development interests and minimise opportunities for community objection. Two case studies illustrate the role of law and the influence of politics on environmental conflict, conflict resolution, and participation in decision-making associated with resource extraction. A range of barriers to meaningful community… Expand
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