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From the Publisher"A thought-provoking argument links the chapters of this edited volume... JustSustainabilities contains enough interesting material to make this a useful introduction to the issues, and a worthwhile addition to reading lists, particularly for upper level undergraduate and graduate courses." Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy
" Just Sustainabilities: Development in an Unequal World does a remarkable job of presenting the theories and challenges that exist practically and philosophically with regard to environmental and social justice and sustainability." Nicole M. Smith Culture andAgriculture
"This book provides an integrated approach to the questions of sustainable development, environmental justice and equity." Oxfam
"The authors have undertaken the important task of linking research, activism, and discourses around environmental justice and sustainable development. This is a crucial project because of the real divisions that exist between proponents of each vision. The book is quite original and well researched, and the range of the case studies, literatures employed, and theoretical perspectives chosen is impressive."—David Naguib Pellow, Ethnic Studies Department,University of California, San Diego, author of *Garbage Wars: The Struggle for Environmental Justice in Chicago*
"*Just Sustainabilities* is a significant work. This diverse and sophisticated compilation offers both documentation and trenchant analysis of the global links among environmental degradation, racial oppression, and economic exploitation. It's also a compelling road map for addressing them in a sustainable fashion."—Luke Cole, Center on Race, Poverty and theEnvironment
"*Noxious New York* is a breath of fresh air in a world suffocating from pollution.
Julie Sze has established herself as an authoritative voice on environmental justice movements. She uncovers two of the most ominous forces shaping all our lives today - and particularly the lives of the disenfranchised: the scourges of privatization and deregulation. Corporate power dominates our society from top to bottom, and the best hope for taking the planet back lies in the hands of activists like those featured in this outstanding book."—David Naguib Pellow, Ethnic StudiesDepartment, University of California, San Diego, author of *Garbage Wars: The Struggle forEnvironmental Justice in Chicago*