Solidarity after Bhopal: Building a Transnational Environmental Justice Movement (R. Pariyadath and R. Shadaan)

Authors Renu Pariyadath, Reena Shadaan Keywords Bhopal, Environmental Justice, India, Solidarity, Transnational Environmental Justice Movement Abstract Environmental Justice is the essential peer-reviewed journal that explores the equitable treatment of all people, especially minority and low-income populations, with respect to the development, implementation, and enforcement of environmental laws, regulations, and policies. Published bimonthly Citation (2014) 7(5) Environmental Justice 146-150 […]

Gandhi’s Nightmare: Bhopal and the Need for a Mindful Jurisprudence (N. A. Patel, K. Petlakh)

Authors Nehal A. Patel and Ksenia Petlakh Keywords mindful, legal theory, non-western, Gandhi, jurisprudence, transnational, international, human rights, environment, corporation, industrial Abstract For decades, activists and academics have been lamenting the disparate impact of global environmental decay on populations less endowed with legal resources. However, the implicit biases of legal theory itself remain unchallenged even […]