- Title Pages
- Introduction Popular Environmentalism and Social Justice in Latin America
- 1 Tracing Race: Mapping Environmental Formations in Environmental Justice Research in Latin America
- 2 Contesting Trade Politics in the Americas: The Politics of Environmental Justice
- 3 Grassroots Reframing of Environmental Struggles in Brazil
- 4 Environmental Conflicts and Environmental Justice in Argentina
- 5 Waste Practices and Politics: The Case of Oaxaca, Mexico
- 6 Where Local Meets Global: Environmental Justice on the US-Mexico Border
- 7 Environmental Justice in Mexico: The Peñoles Case
- 8 Ecotourism, Park Systems, and Environmental Justice in Latin America
- 9 Environmental Justice and Agricultural Development in the Brazilian <i>Cerrado</i>
- 10 Popular Protest and Unpopular Policies: State Restructuring, Resource Conflict, and Social Justice in Bolivia
- 11 The Struggle for Environmental Justice in Vieques, Puerto Rico
- 12 Cultural Politics and the Essence of Life: Who Controls the Water?
- About the Contributors
- Urban and Industrial Environments
- Environmental Justice in Latin America
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