21 July 2014

Special issue published: "Interdisciplinary Aspects of Public Health and Environmental Justice"

Interdisciplinary Environmental Review 15(2/3) 2014
  • Nature or neoliberalism? Two views on science and the persistence of environmental controversies
  • Propaganda as an environmental justice issue
  • A concern about shifting interactions between indigenous and non-indigenous parties in US climate adaptation contexts
  • Food Sovereignty, Health Sovereignty, and self-organised community viability
  • Evaluating the impact of poor waste disposal management on environmental sustainability and human rights in Nigeria
  • Urban desertification and a phenomenology of sustainability: the case of El Paso, Texas 
  • Doing justice: the role of ethics in integrated ecosystem management and the implementation of the integrated assessment and ecosystem management protocol

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