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Texas snow storm fuels discourse on environmental injustice

by Anna Warrington, Feb 19
1 minute read

The concept of environmental justice has long been pertinent, but appears to be becoming more present in mainstream discourse. More usually applied to indigenous struggles in biodiversity hotspots for instance, in this case it’s being applied to the Texas snow storm and the resulting energy shortage.

silhouette of man in snow storm

So what?

Perhaps because of its intersection with the BLM movement that has such momentum, could environmental justice finally get the prominence it needs?



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