Speaking for ourselves environmental justice in canada julian agyeman is a professor in and chair of the department of urban and environmental policy and planning at tufts universitypeter cole is an associate professor of aboriginal and northern studies at the university college of the northrandolph haluza delay is an assistant professor of sociology at kings university college. Speaking for ourselves book read reviews from worlds largest community for readers environmental justice as a concept has evolved over the past two de. Speaking for ourselves environmental justice in canada edited by julian agyeman et al includes bibliographical references and index isbn 978 0 7748 1618 2 1 environmental justice canada i agyeman julian ge240c3s64 2009 363700971 c2009 900924 2 ubc press gratefully acknowledges the fi nancial support for our publishing. Speaking for ourselves speaking together environmental justice in canada. Speaking for ourselves draws together scholars and activists aboriginal and non aboriginal established and new who bring equity issues to the forefront by considering environmental justice in specifically canadian cases and contexts and from a variety of perspectives including those of first nations and women the contributors expand
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