Corporate Environmental Crime and Environmental Justice

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Greife, Matthew; Stretesky, Paul; O'Conner Shelley, Tara; Pogrebin, Mark;

Executive Order 12898 (42 U.S.C. § 4321 [2000]) mandates that federal agencies in the United States make it their purpose to achieve environmental justice. As a result, agencies often rely on empirical studies to provide crucial information that can be used to implement... View more
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