Azeredo Lobo, Daniel (2011) Why is the environmental justice movement so much stronger in the USA than in Europe? Opticon1826 (11).
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Although there is a vast amount of critically influential knowledge developed by a long history of strong US environmental justice movements (EJM) from which Europe and the rest of the world can learn, in a time of strong post-neoliberal tendencies in Europe it becomes important to understand the nature of this knowledge, its context and dynamics. This research note aims to contribute to the debate on international environmental justice by addressing the different relationships that the USA and Europe establish with the EJM and its influence on the relational configuration of their current societal contexts.
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|Subjects for non-EU documents:||Other > civil society|
EU policies and themes > Policies & related activities > environmental policy (including international arena)
EU policies and themes > External relations > EU-US
EU policies and themes > External relations > development
EU policies and themes > External relations > international economy
Countries > U.K.
EU policies and themes > External relations > conflict resolution/crisis management
EU policies and themes > External relations > globalisation/globalization
EU policies and themes > External relations > international trade
Other > researching and writing the EU (see also integration theory in this section)
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|Depositing User:||Mr Daniel Lobo|
|Official EU Document:||No|
|Date Deposited:||15 Nov 2011 21:19|
|Number of Pages:||5|
|Last Modified:||02 Nov 2013 22:14|
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