Oil riches and health inequities: Comparing experiences in the petro-states of the United States and Mexico over the 20th century
Learning Areas:Diversity and culture
Environmental health sciences
Occupational health and safety
Public health or related public policy
Identify ways that national and supranational political economies of resource development may influence local health, disease, and environmental risks Compare ways that the local environmental, medical, and public health engagements and health or health-hazard inequities may differ between resource-rich regions in case studies sent in the developed versus the developing world
Keyword(s): Environmental Health Hazards, Environmental Justice
Qualified on the content I am responsible for because: I have been the principal of an NSF grant for the "Uneven Development of Industrial Hazards," which provided the funds for the research on which I will report. I am also the author of multiples volumes on this topic.
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