strategy

Redistributing environmental rights

Context:
Often, those who have been enjoying the benefits of environmental resources are wealthier and more politically powerful. Poorer peoples can both have little say in environmental debate as well as suffer most of the effects of environmental degradation. Reducing or taking away the wealthier rights to pollute or to exploit resources can benefit such disenfranchised groups.
Values:
Rights
Subjects:
Environment
Reform
Type Classification:
D: Detailed strategies