The quest for environmental justice in China: citizen participation and the rural–urban network against Panguanying’s waste incinerator

@article{Johnson2018TheQF,
  title={The quest for environmental justice in China: citizen participation and the rural–urban network against Panguanying’s waste incinerator},
  author={T. Johnson and A. Lora-Wainwright and Jixia Lu},
  journal={Sustainability Science},
  year={2018},
  volume={13},
  pages={733 - 746}
}
Environmental distribution conflicts (EDCs) related to the construction and operation of waste incinerators have become commonplace in China. This article presents a detailed case study of citizen opposition to an incinerator in the village of Panguanying, Hebei Province. Drawing on in-depth fieldwork, we show how this case was notable, because it transcended the local arena to raise bigger questions about environmental justice, particularly in relation to public participation in siting… Expand
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