Environmental Justice

Envisioning Disabled and Just Futures- Mutual Aid as an Adaptive Strategy for Environmental Change and Ecological Disablement

Mutual aid networks of care offer models of local level adaptive strategies in the face of mass disabling events such as climate change and biodiversity loss.

Does racism have inertia? A study of historic redlining's impact on present-day associations between development and air pollution in US cities

Historical redlining is associated with present day pollution, and intensifies the relationship between development and pollution as well.

Social drivers of water utility privatization in the United States- an examination of the presence of variegated neoliberal strategies in the water utility sector

Water utility privatization in the United States follows the logic of a variegated neoliberalism and constitutes a form of environmental injustice.