This section includes a number of conceptual and theoretical contributions advancing the academic discussions on environmental justice. This includes, among others, work on environmental racism, postcolonial approaches and recent contributions on multispecies environmental justice.
Agyeman, J., et al., Eds. (2003). Just Sustainabilities – Development in an Unequal World. Urban and Industrial Environments. Cambridge, MIT Press.
Agyeman, J., et al. (2010). “Exploring the Nexus: Bringing Together Sustainability, Environmental Justice and Equity.” Space and Polity 6(1): 77-90.
Agyeman, J., et al. (2016). “Trends and Directions in Environmental Justice: From Inequity to Everyday Life, Community, and Just Sustainabilities.” Annual Review of Environment and Resources, Vol 41 41(1): 321-340.
Bullard, R. D., Ed. (1993). Confronting Environmental Racism: Voices From the Grassroots. Cambridge, South End Press.
Bullard, R. D. (1994). “Environmental Justice for All: It’s the Right Thing to Do.” Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation 9(2): 281-308.
Bullard, R. D., et al. (2014). Environmental Justice: Milestones and Accomplishments: 1964-2014. Houston, Texas Southern University.
Caniglia, B. S., et al., Eds. (2016). Resilience, Environmental Justice and the City. Abingdon, New York, Routledge.
Chakraborty, J., et al. (2016). “Environmental Justice Research: Contemporary Issues and Emerging Topics.” Int J Environ Res Public Health 13(11): 1072.
Curran, D. (2018). “Environmental Justice Meets Risk-Class: The Relational Distribution of Environmental Bads.” Antipode 50(2): 298-318.
Foreman, C. H. (1998). The Promise and Peril of Environmental Justice. Washington D.C., The Brookings Institution.
Foster, S. (1998). “Justice from the ground up: Distributive inequities, grassroots resistance, and the transformative politics of the environmental justice movement.” California Law Review 86(4): 775-841.
Haller, T., et al., Eds. (2019). The Commons in a Glocal World. Earthscan Studies in Natural Resource Management. Abingdon
New York, Routledge.
Haraway, D. (2018). “Staying with the trouble for multispecies environmental justice.” Dialogues in Human Geography 8(1): 102-105.
Holifield, R., et al., Eds. (2018). The Routledge Handbook of Environmental Justice. Routledge International Handbooks. Abingdon
New York, Routledge.
Holifield, R., et al., Eds. (2010). Spaces of Environmental Justice. Malden USA, Oxford UK, Wiley-Blackwell.
Houston, D., et al. (2017). “Make kin, not cities! Multispecies entanglements and ‘becoming-world’ in planning theory.” Planning Theory 17(2): 190-212.
Kuehn, R. R. (2000). “A Taxonomy of Environmental Justice.” Environmental Law Reporter 30(9): 10681 -10703.
Martínez-Alier, J. (2012). “Environmental Justice and Economic Degrowth: An Alliance between Two Movements.” Capitalism Nature Socialism 23(1): 51-73.
Mohai, P., et al. (2009). “Environmental Justice.” Annual Review of Environment and Resources 34(1): 405-430.
Morgera, E. (2015). “Justice, Equity and Benefit-Sharing Under the Nagoya Protocol to the Convention on Biological Diversity.” Edinburgh School of Law Research Paper 2015/16(5): 26.
Ott, K. (2010). Umweltethik zur Einführung. Hamburg, Junius.
Pellow, D. N. (2016). “Toward a Critical Environmental Justice Studies: Black Lives Matter as an Environmental Justice Challenge.” Du Bois Review: Social Science Research on Race 13(2): 221-236.
Pellow, D. N. (2018). What is Critical Environmental Justice? Cambridge, Polity Press.
Pellow, D., Brehm, H. (2016). From the New Ecological Paradigm to Total Liberation. The emergence of a social movement frame. The Sociological Quarterly 56 (1), 185–212.
Pulido, L. (2017). Geographies of race and ethnicity II. Environmental racism, racial capitalism and state-sanctioned violence. Progress in Human Geography 41 (4), 524–533.
Pulido, L. and J. De Lara (2018). “Reimagining ‘justice’ in environmental justice: Radical ecologies, decolonial thought, and the Black Radical Tradition.” Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space 1(1-2): 76-98.
Schlosberg, D. (2004). “Reconceiving Environmental Justice: Global Movements And Political Theories.” Environmental Politics 13(3): 517-540.
Schlosberg, D. (2009). Defining Environmental Justice: Theories, Movements, and Nature. New York, Oxford University Press.
Schlosberg, D. (2013). “Theorising environmental justice: the expanding sphere of a discourse.” Environmental Politics 22(1): 37-55.
Schlosberg, D. and L. B. Collins (2014). “From environmental to climate justice: climate change and the discourse of environmental justice.” Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 5(3): 359-374.
Schlosberg, D., et al. (2017). “Adaptation policy and community discourse: risk, vulnerability, and just transformation.” Environmental Politics 26(3): 413-437.
Schrader-Frechette, K. (2002). Environmental Justice: Creating Equality, Reclaiming Democracy. New York, Oxford University Press.
Williams, M. J. (2017). “Care-full Justice in the City.” Antipode 49(3): 821-839.