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Environmental Justice and the Pursuit of Science

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Title Environmental Justice and the Pursuit of Science
Creator Peplow, Dan
Subject sustainable development Suriname indigenous peoples land rights mining human rights development policy developing countries social impact advocacy social structure tribal peoples water health hazards pollution
Description Peplow will talk about the situation facing the indigenous and tribal people in Suriname. He will introduce the concept of environmental justice as it applies to resource development, indigenous rights, and the ideology of scientific research. Peplow will argue that scientists have an obligation to include indigenous and tribal communities in the design, execution, and analysis of research. This simple act engages the tribal and indigenous people in the process, empowers them to act and...
Publisher University of Washington Water Center
Date 2011-04-22T21:50:46Z 2011-04-22T21:50:46Z 2006-04-18
Type Presentation
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1773/16513
Language en_US

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