|Sustainability Plan / Environmental Justice / References|
|1. A similar question was asked by Charles Lee,
Director of Research, United Church of Christ, Commission for Racial Justice, in
an article, “Evidence of Environmental Racism” (1990).
2. Bullard, Robert D., “Environmental Justice: A New Framework for Action,” Environmental Law News, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 3-9 (Spring 1996).
3. EDGE, “Beyond Fear: Addressing Population and Sustainability Concerns in California” (1995). “Sustainability” has also been defined as having at least three broad components: access for all to safe livelihoods that pay livable wages, protection of environmental health, and the equal participation of all communities in decisions that affect their lives. Urban Habitat Program, “Sustainability & Justice” (1995).