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Environmental Justice

Environmental Justice developed as a concept in the United States during the 1980’s and has two distinct uses: Environmental Justice describes a social movement with the focus on the equal distribution of environmental benefits as well as the problems. The other is an interdisciplinary body of social science literature including theories of environment, justice, environmental law and governance, policy and planning, as well as sustainability and political ecology.  

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