Ecopoetics Along Shorelines

WRITING IN THE FIELD

April 24, 2018
caramisch

In the Sze et al reading, it is obvious that at present, the top priority of decision makers regarding Delta Vision is the contribution to state economy and industrial agriculture. In terms of environmental justice, the reading emphasizes the need to focus on the human communities (scale down) while considering a broader geographic context (scale up). However, when referred to as “reformist rather than radical,” an interesting prospect is brought up as to whether “the master’s tools… can dismantle the master’s house.” So, does a nontraditional (extra-systemic) route to change need to be taken to benefit the Delta’s disadvantaged communities?

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