Green Social Work and Environmental Justice

NASW 2017: Call for Environmental Justice

https://www.socialworkers.org/News/NASW-News/ID/1604/Environmental-justice-challenge-awaits

“…Ilan Kelman, a researcher on risk and disaster reduction, writing for The Conversation, (who) argues that “weather and climate don’t cause disasters — vulnerability does.

We have witnessed this as various news reports have documented that the least well off suffered, and will continue to suffer, disproportionately in the aftermath of the hurricanes.”

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Environmental Justice

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Univ. of So. Carolina School of Social Work: Green Social Work

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