- Title Pages
1The Law as a Source of Environmental Injustice in the Russian Federation
2Thinking Globally, Limited Locally: The Russian Environmental Movement and Sustainable Development
3Places and Identities on Sakhalin Island: Situating the Emerging Movements for “Sustainable Sakhalin”
4Oil Wealth, Environment, and Equity in Azerbaijan
5Civil Society and the Debate over Pipelines in Tunka National Park, Russia
6The Role of Culture and Nationalism in Latvian Environmentalism and the Implications for Environmental Justice
7The Fight for Community Justice against Big Oil in the Caspian Region: The Case of Berezovka, Kazakhstan
8Viliui Sakha of Subarctic Russia and Their Struggle for Environmental Justice
9Environmental Justice and Sustainability in Post-Soviet Estonia
10Environmental Injustices, Unsustainable Livelihoods, and Conflict: Natural Capital Inaccessibility and Loss among Rural Households in Tajikistan
- Environmental Justice and Sustainability in the Former Soviet Union
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