Third World Environmental Justice

@article{Schroeder2008ThirdWE,
  title={Third World Environmental Justice},
  author={Richard A. Schroeder and Kevin St. Martin and Bradley R. Wilson and Debarati Sen},
  journal={Society \& Natural Resources},
  year={2008},
  volume={21},
  pages={547 - 555}
}
This special issue relates the key analytical constructs of environmental justice scholarship – distributive justice, procedural justice and environmental racism – to a series of Third World case studies. It calls attention to the need to theorize both distributive burdens and benefits; treat the relative salience of race as a category of differentiation as an empirical question; and examine new avenues of procedural justice that have opened up to transnational environmental justice activists… 

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