Environment and social justice: rapid research and evidence review

Lucas, K., Walker, G., Eames, M., Fay, H. and Poustie, M. 2004. Environment and social justice: rapid research and evidence review. London, UK Policy Studies Institute.

TitleEnvironment and social justice: rapid research and evidence review
AuthorsLucas, K., Walker, G., Eames, M., Fay, H. and Poustie, M.
TypeProject report
Year2004
PublisherPolicy Studies Institute
Place of publicationLondon, UK
Publication dates
Published2004
ISBN0853748217
Web address (URL)http://www.psi.org.uk/sdrn/SDRN%20environment%20and%20social%20justice%20report%20-%20revised.pdf

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