Theories, Movements, and Nature
The book uses both environmental movements and political theory to help define what is meant by environmental and ecological justice. It will be attractive to anyone interested in environmental politics, environmental movements, and justice theory.
PART ONE: JUSTICE IN THEORY AND PRACTICE; 1. Defining Environmental Justice; 2. Distribution and Beyond: Conceptions Of Justice In Contemporary Theory And Practice; PART TWO: MOVEMENT DEFINITIONS OF ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE; 3. Defining Environmental Justice in the United States; 4. Environmental Justice and Global Movements; PART THREE: DOING JUSTICE TO NATURE; 5. Justice to Nature 1: Distributive Approaches; 6. Justice to Nature 2: Incorporating Recognition, Capabilities, and Participation; PART FOUR: PLURALITY, REFLEXIVITY, AND ENGAGEMENT; 7. Justice and Plurality; 8. Ecological Reflexivity, Engagement, and Institutions: Implementing Environmental and Ecological Justice