“And Justice for All”: Is Environmental Justice Thwarted by the Federal Legislative Process?

Photo credit: Susan Melkisethian *Ashli Glatfelter I. Introduction The idea that nature is the “great equalizer” unfortunately seems to have little merit lately.[1] Ideally, clean air, drinking water, and recreational spaces are available to all Americans without discrimination based on race or socioeconomic status.[2] In reality, unequal access to the benefits of these natural resourcesContinue reading ““And Justice for All”: Is Environmental Justice Thwarted by the Federal Legislative Process?”