Scandrett, Eurig (2007) Environmental justice in Scotland : policy, pedagogy and praxis. Environmental Research Letters, 2 (4). pp. 1-7.
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Official URL: http://www.iop.org/EJ/abstract/1748-9326/2/4/045002
In the first decade of Scottish devolution, environmental justice became a significant component of environmental policy for the Scottish Executive, especially under First Minister Jack McConnell. This paper analyses how a discourse developed within policy narratives which separated environmental justice from economic growth and the interests of capital. In particular, it explores the role which research has played in justifying this discourse. By contrast, an alternative discourse has developed through reflexive and dialogical research associated with the praxis of the environmental organization Friends of the Earth Scotland. This alternative discourse is embedded in the embryonic environmental justice movement in Scotland, and identifies environmental justice as a social conflict which exposes negative externalities at the heart of economic development.
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