MOHAIMuseum of History and Industry (Seattle, Washington)
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Mr Mohai also served as a Member of the Provincial Legislature in the Free State from 2001 and was the Chief Whip of the majority party.
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Despite this expectation of a clean and safe environment, many in the society have been historically discriminated against in this regard (Bullard, 2000; Church of Christ Commission, 1987; Mohai & Saha, 2007).
"There are no minimum requirements in Michigan for how far away from homes and schools industry must be," says Paul Mohai, a University of Michigan professor who has researched the cumulative impacts of children's pollution exposure.
Migrants and refugees walk through a field to avoid checkpoints along the railway tracks at the border between Hungary and Serbia Balazs Mohai
As China turns to be a key market in Asia and it continues its economic development, increasingly affluent and educated Chinese consumers have become more concerned about the adverse impact of pollution on their quality of life (Mohai et al., 2010).
At MOHAI, the many threads of history are woven together on multiple looms, among them traditional, scientific and commercial.
Fue a partir de ese momento que se comenzo a integrar el concepto de justicia ambiental, entendida como la reivindicacion de derechos por actividades contaminantes, en virtud de que se habia evidenciado que en las comunidades de bajos ingresos existia un desproporcionado riesgo ambiental y en salud (Eckerd & Keeler 2012; Esnard, Gelobter & Morales, 2004; Grineski & Collins, 2008; Mohai & Saha, 2006; Wu & Heberling, 2013; Zaferatos, 2006).
environment); Paul Mohai & Bunyan Bryant, Environmental Racism:
In terms of race, Blacks have been found to be more concerned about environmentalism than Whites but they may have lower concern for the environment relative to other public issues due to time and money constraints (Mohai 1990; Mohai 1992; Mohai and Twight 1987; Dietz et al.
A national study examining environmental inequities found that almost one-third of low-income urban communities hosted hazardous waste facilities (Bullard, Mohai, Saha, & Wright, 2007).