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AP Environmental Science Environmental Justice Movement Environmental Science
chemistry chapter 1 – Flashcards 109 terms
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Dennis Jennings
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AP Environmental Science Environmental Justice Movement Environmental Science Genuine Progress Indicator The Environmental Protection Agency
EXAM 6 REVIEW – Flashcards 31 terms
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Rebecca Mallory
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AP Environmental Science Environmental Justice Movement Environmental Science Ethics Genuine Progress Indicator The Environmental Protection Agency
APES CH 6 REVIEW – Flashcards 25 terms
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Carol Rushing
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AP Environmental Science Environmental Justice Movement Environmental Science Ethics Genuine Progress Indicator Gross Domestic Product Policy And Practice
ENVR 1401 Chapter 6 HW LAB – Flashcards 33 terms
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Jessica Forbes
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Environmental Justice Movement Environmental Science Genuine Progress Indicator Improve The Environment
Chapter 5 environmental science – Flashcards 57 terms
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Richard Lattimore
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In readings and class lecture we have considered how pollution is a critical medical issue. Select and discuss 2 key figures or cases that illustrate the themes of the environmental justice movement. In your response, be sure to explain how this movement differs from other public health models covered in class.
Love Canal Cancer
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The environmental justice movement emerged from the opposition of a PCB landfill in Warren County, North Carolina.
The environmental justice movement started because _______.
people realized that environmental damage is not equally distributed among all classes and racial groups; minority and low-income communities tend to contain a much larger share of the environmental damage (such as landfills, incinerators, toxic waste sites, etc.)
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