Stemming from rejecting the conception of our time as condemned to an inescapable injustice and ‘‘apocalyptic end to all things’’, the special issue "Earth System at Risk: Challenging Environmental (In)Justice" proposes to open an arena for understanding the various forms of action for empowering the most marginalized communities, with an undisciplined approach.

Earth System at Risk: Challenging Environmental (In)Justice

Privitera Elisa;Pappalardo Giusy
2023-01-01

Abstract

Stemming from rejecting the conception of our time as condemned to an inescapable injustice and ‘‘apocalyptic end to all things’’, the special issue "Earth System at Risk: Challenging Environmental (In)Justice" proposes to open an arena for understanding the various forms of action for empowering the most marginalized communities, with an undisciplined approach.
2023
Environmental humanities, socio-ecological justice, trans-disciplinary research
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