By JoAnn Carmin, Julian Agyeman
This ebook is a shining instance of engaged scholarship. Carmin and Agyeman goal to enhance our realizing of, and talent to behave upon, environmental inequalities all over the world, and so they accomplish that twofold goal well. In my box of city and nearby making plans, the position of associations that the e-book highlights is more and more key, and that i see this ebook as a superb contribution to my box in addition to to sociology, political technological know-how, anthropology, overseas reviews, ethnic experiences, and environmental wellbeing and fitness stories. -- Keith Pezzoli , city reviews and making plans software, college of California, San Diego
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Capitalist growth and cycles of investments and devalorization also are influential at the local level. For instance, patterns of urban renewal and growth force the poor to live in marginalized neighborhoods with poor living conditions 22 Chapter 2 (Merrifield and Swyngedouw 1997; Soja 2000). The social organization of urban space often is reflected in local politics because wealthier communities tend to have greater access to political power, and subsequently achieve better services and infrastructure for their neighborhoods (Soja 2009; Fainstein 2006).
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Environmental Inequalities Beyond Borders: Local Perspectives on Global Injustices (Urban and Industrial Environments) by JoAnn Carmin, Julian Agyeman