Author | Tania AlonsoIn theory, everyone has the right to live and work in a clean environment. But this is just the theory. In practice, ethnic minorities, indigenous peoples and different disadvantaged groups or those at risk of poverty, are forced to live in environmentally dangerous, harmful or toxic conditions.Environmental racism refers to these unfair relationships that divide society in two: those who enjoy clean nature and safe environmental resources and those who do not.
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