Indigenous Resurgence, Decolonization, and Movements for Environmental Justice [Free to all readers!]
This volume of Environment and Society aims to set forth a theoretical and discursive interruption of the dominant, mainstream environmental justice movement by reframing issues of climate change and environmental degradation through an anticolonial lens. Specifically, the writers for this volume are invested in positioning environmental justice within historical, social, political, and economic contexts and larger structures of power that foreground the relationships among settler colonialism, nature, and planetary devastation.
Keywords: climate change; environment; Indigenous; Indigenous knowledge; resistance; social movements
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