From Extraction to Emancipation Development Reimagined

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From Extraction to Emancipation Development Reimagined

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Rachael E. Salcido, Rethinking Environmental Impact Assessment, in From Extraction to Emancipation Development Reimagined 71 (Raquel Aldana & Steven W. Bender, eds., Carolina Academic Press 2018).

Karrigan Bork, Community-Based Biomonitoring: An Antidote to Insufficient Governmental Water Quality Monitoring and Enforcement, in From Extraction to Emancipation Development Reimagined 93 (Raquel Aldana & Steven W. Bender, eds., Carolina Academic Press 2018).

Julie Davies, The Impact of Mining on Self-Determination of Rural Guatemalan Communities, in From Extraction to Emancipation Development Reimagined 153 (Raquel Aldana & Steven W. Bender, eds., Carolina Academic Press 2018).

Blake Nordahl, A Migration Story from the Sugar Fields of Southwest Guatemala: A Case for Treating Corporations as Persecutors under Asylum and Refugee Law, in From Extraction to Emancipation Development Reimagined 237 (Raquel Aldana & Steven W. Bender, eds., Carolina Academic Press 2018).

This edited volume uses Guatemala as a case study to examine broad global themes arising from development practices in emerging economies. It offers important lessons to investors and policymakers on strategies to improve distributional justice and respect for the rule of law, including human rights and environmental norms. The book examines global themes such as climate change, extractive industries, labor regimes, and forced migration, all of which have transborder implications and across-border commonalities.

ISBN

978-1-5310-1018-8

Publication Date

2018

Publisher

Carolina Academic Press

City

Chicago, Illinois

Disciplines

Environmental Law | Immigration Law | Law | Water Law

From Extraction to Emancipation Development Reimagined

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