This chapter highlights the local patterns and process of the unequal environmental burdens and the subsequent mobilization, demanding environmental justice in that process, as well as how that movement contributes to redistributive urban politics. The discussions of this chapter also have the implications on public policy discourse focusing on environmental rights, movements, and citizens-centered politics in the megacities of the Global South, with renewed relationships between the state and its citizens.
Ahmed, S. (2014), "Implications of the Environmental Justice Movement on Redistributive Urban Politics: An Example from Megacity Dhaka, Bangladesh", Occupy the Earth: Global Environmental Movements (Advances in Sustainability and Environmental Justice, Vol. 15), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp. 255-274. https://doi.org/10.1108/S2051-503020140000015010Download as .RIS
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