Indigenizing Environmental and Climate Justice: Reconciling the Past May Be the Only Way to a Sustainable Future (Fall 2020)
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“Whereas mainstream discussions of environmental racism typically focus on contemporaneous acts of land use and resource exploitation,” notes the author, “Indigenous environmental issues are deeply rooted in cyclical acts of displacement and alienation.” This article, which looks at the United States overall and Hawai`i in particular, examines the history and considers intersectional environmentalism as “one potential area in which a more holistic approach to environmental injustice and just futures can be considered.”
by Trisha Kehaulani Watson-Sproat