Full title: Natural resources and environmental justice : Australian perspectives / Anna Lukasiewicz, Stephen Dovers, Libby Robin, Jennifer McKay, Steven Schilizzi and Sonia Graham (editors).
Author/creator: Lukasiewicz, Anna, 1981-, Dovers, Stephen, Robin, Libby, 1956-, McKay, J. M. (Jennifer M.), Schilizzi, Steven, Graham, Sonia, CSIRO.
Call Numbers: H 2017/542
Record Identifier: 74VKV3wvdBpb
Contents: pages., , , , 1. Environment and Justice: Defining the Field -- PART 1: CONTEXT AND CONCEPTS -- 2. A history of global ideas about environmental justice -- 3. Justice Research in Practice: How can it influence environmental policy and planning? -- 4. Justice approaches: methods and methodologies in environmental justice research -- PART 2: FROM THE GROUND UP -- 5Concept of public interest in the Adelaide Desalination Plant delivery: lessons for public policy makers on improving social justice -- 6. Company-community relations in the mining context: A relational justice perspective -- 7. Accounting for justice in local government responses to sea-level rise: evidence from two local councils in Victoria, Australia -- 8. Exploring the justice in forestry negotiations: trading justice for politics -- PART 3: LENSES INTO JUSTICE -- 9. Enduring and persistent injustices in water access in Australia -- 10. Animal property rights: justice or conservation? -- 11. Justice in water resource management -- 12. Legal determinations, geography and justice in Australia’s coal seam gas debate -- 13. The justice implications of focusing on the economically efficient use of natural resources and environmental impacts -- PART 4: THE WAY FORWARD -- 14. Politics of innovation and the spirit of justice -- 15. How can environmental justice be assessed when different stakeholders disagree on what is just? A practical solution -- 16. Australian jurisprudence of justice in water management: present limitations, future issues and law reform suggestions -- 17. The Social Justice Framework: Untangling the Maze of Justice Complexities -- 18. Exploring environmental justice and public policy -- 19. Current status and future prospects for justice research in environmental management.
Publishers: Clayton, Vic. CSIRO Publishing, 2017.
"This edited volume is an outcome of the 2015 'Justice, fairness and equity in natural resource management' workshop, funded by the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia and hosted by the Fenner School for Environment and Society at the Australian National University. Held on 12th and 13th October 2015 ..." --Acknowledgements, page v.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
MMS ID: 991024084516002626