Diamond a struggle for environmental justice in louisianas chemical corridor urban and industrial environments steve lerner robert d bullard on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers the story of how a mixed income minority community in louisianas chemical corridor fought shell oil and won for years. Diamond a struggle for environmental justice in louisianas chemical corridor by steve lerner and a great selection of related books art and collectibles available now at abebookscom. I liked it a lot its a great story telling through the community residents testimonies other stakeholders testimonies such as local national and international ngos individual activists corporate officials case analysis of environmental justice movement started out of a small community of diamond in louisianas notorious chemical corridor. Steve lerner is the author of eco pioneers practical visionaries solving todays environmental problems 1998 and diamond a struggle for environmental justice in louisianas chemical corridor 2006 both published by the mit press robert d bullard is ware professor of sociology and director of the environmental justice resource center at clark atlanta university. Diamond a struggle for environmental justice in louisianas chemical corridor steve lerner for years the residents of diamond louisiana lived with an inescapable acrid metallic smell the toxic bouquet of pollution and a mysterious chemical fog that seeped into their houses urban and industrial environments
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