Environmental justice is about fairness, equality and equity in decisions concerning the environment. It is about who benefits or is disadvantaged by environmental conditions - both good and bad. It is about vulnerable communities being recognised, protected and having influence over their localised livelihoods. Explained and understood this way, it is unquestionable that the law, with its universally accepted goals of protection, recognition and equal treatment, should have a role in achieving...[Show more]
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