Jennifer is a visiting assistant professor at Bucknell University. She received her PhD from the Harvard History of Science program in 2013, with a dissertation entitled “From Wilderness to the Toxic Environment: Health and American Environmental Politics, 1945-Present”. Her current research explores the significance of health for the American left in the post-WWII period.

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In recent years, “climate justice” has emerged as a new framing for climate change activism, one in which the grassroots energy of the environmental justice movement intersects with the global catastrophe that is climate change. A broad range of individuals and organizations identify as climate justice activists, from the well-known (Bill …

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