Graeme Wynn is a historical geographer and environmental historian who has published extensively on Canada, New Zealand, Australia, and South Africa. Through forty years at the University of British Columbia, he has been an administrative and organizational leader, a long-serving journal editor, and the editor of the Nature | History | Society series from the University of British Columbia Press.
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With appreciation for both regional and chronological variation, this volume’s contributors track the global concept of environmental justice to analyze its influence in South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Lesotho and to expand popular understandings of social-environmental harm.