Presentation on theme: "Van Jones, “Beyond Eco-Apartheid” (1968-). Three Waves of Environmentalism Conservation (oriented to the past) Regulation (oriented to the present) Investment."— Presentation transcript:
Three Waves of Environmentalism Conservation (oriented to the past) Regulation (oriented to the present) Investment (oriented to the future)
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What is Eco-Apartheid? A situation in which white and affluent communities reap the tremendous benefits of clean and green economic development, while poor communities and communities of color fall further behind. In a state of Eco-Apartheid, benefits of the new economic activity that the Green Wave generates will bypass the very communities most in need of new investment, new jobs, and better environmental stewardship.
What is Eco-Equity? The opposite of Eco-Apartheid. In a state of Eco-Equity, poor communities and communities of color (people who were locked out of the old, pollution-based economy) are locked into the new, clean, and green economy.