Virtual Book Display: Environmental Justice & History
This is the final of three blog posts that feature virtual book displays created by library student workers. The blog editors would like to thank all of the students who participated for the planning, research, and creativity that went into these projects!
Environmental Justice & History
By Dakota Wolf & Mariela Breton
Environmental Justice refers to those cultural norms and values, rules, regulations, behaviors, policies, and decisions to support sustainability, where all people can hold with confidence that their community and natural environment is safe and productive.–GreenAction.org
Climate change and the destruction of the natural world are among the biggest problems facing humanity today. In this display, you will find books about the history of the environmentalist movement, environmental issues ranging from climate crimes to pollution, and activism.
Explore the virtual book display below to find books and online resources in our collection (note: display works best in Chrome). To interact with the display, start by clicking the right arrow in the bottom right corner, then navigate by subject. When you find an item that you want to check out, click on “Read Now” to be directed to the library catalog. A list of all titles featured, with links to the e-books and streaming films, is also included below.
Featured Resources By Topic
Note: To access e-resources, you may be prompted to login with your Fordham AccessIT ID.
- Braiding Sweetgrass
- Down to Earth: Nature’s Role in American History
- Energy: A Human History
- Environmental History: As If Nature Existed
- Nature’s Economy: A History of Ecological Ideas
- Climate Futures: Re-imagining Global Climate Justice
- Climate Justice: Vulnerability and Protection
- The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History
Pollution and Resources
- Anthropocene: How Humans Changed the Planet
- Dumping in Dixie: Race, Class, and Environmental Quality
- Race, Place, and Environmental Justice After Hurricane Katrina
- Technoscience and Environmental Justice
- Carbon Criminals, Climate Crimes
- Contaminated Communities: Coping with Residential Toxic Exposure
- Environmental Disasters: A Chronicle of Individual, Industrial, and Governmental Carelessness
- Environmental Disasters and Land Grabs As Crimes Against Humanity
- Silent Spring
- The Spill
- Climate Action in a Globalizing World: Comparative Perspectives on Environmental Movements in the Global North
- Climate Change From The Streets: How Conflict and Collaboration Strengthen the Environmental Justice Movement
- The Degrowth Alternative: A Path to Address our Environmental Crisis?
- Labor And The Environmental Movement : The Quest For Common Ground
- Our History is the Future: Standing Rock Versus the Dakota Access Pipeline, and the Long Tradition of Indigenous Resistance
- This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate
- Voices from the Environmental Movement: Perspectives For a New Era
Thank you to our student workers Dakota Wolf and Mariela Breton for creating this display!