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Environmental racism: a challenge to community development

Collin, Robert W. ; Beatley, Timothy ; Harris, William

Journal of Black Studies, Jan, 1995, Vol.25(3), p.354(23) [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Environmental racism: a challenge to community development
  • Autor: Collin, Robert W. ; Beatley, Timothy ; Harris, William
  • Assuntos: Human Ecology -- Ethical Aspects
  • É parte de: Journal of Black Studies, Jan, 1995, Vol.25(3), p.354(23)
  • Descrição: Environmental planners, unlike housing and community development planners, have ignored the question of distributional inequities in society, and a broadening of environmental ethics is required to prevent inadvertent racism. Preserving the natural resource base is the prime concern of environmentalists, who justify their actions on the basis of the rights of future generations and the intrinsic value of nature. Inequities in waste and other pollutant siting, the principle of good environment for all and grass roots planning efforts indicate that distributional inequity should become a part of environmental concerns.

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