Environmental Justice

Environmental justice unifies social and environmental movements, and is designed to address environmental inequality endured typically by underdeveloped nations, minorities, the poor, and women.

The environmental justice movement has fought neocolonial resource exploitation, as well as the disproportionate toxic burdens placed on communities and workplaces populated by indigenous people and people of color.

Keywords: demographic transition, agribusiness, TRIPS, food security, GMOS, privatization, sustainability, resource wars, Doha Rounds, climate change

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