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2019 Environmental Justice Conference in the UK

The University of East Anglia invites you to the 2019 Environmental Justice Conference ‘Transformative Connections’ to be held at University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK, 2 July – 4 July 2019. The conference is …

Colombia: is democracy the price for peace?

By Evi Declercq. Local referenda swept Colombia after one village succeeded in using them to stop a massive mine. Until the Colombian constitutional court took their power away.A small community in Colombia …

Fish farming at industrial scale: a Turkish case study

By Irmak Ertör. One of the world’s fastest-growing food production industries, aquaculture, is harming the marine environment and people’s lives with intensive fish farms. Fish farming was promoted to contribute …

The toxic trade of obsolete ships

By Nicola Mulinaris and EnvJustice.When ships reach the end of their operational life they are taken apart to recover the steel. Recycling valuable materials makes economic and environmental sense, as …

The women who keep the gold in the ground

By V’cenza Cirefice and EnvJustice.Mining last took place in Mathiatis – in the Troodos mountain range in Cyprus – during the military occupation by the British. But now mining is …

Presentations from the EnvJustice team in Mexico, Malmö, China and Brussels

In the space of only 5 weeks time, the EnvJustice / EjAtlas team has been presenting findings and debating in panels dozens of times, on 3 continents. Here we try …


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