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5 Founding Frameworks

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Self-determination is an ideal based on the freedom to think, choose and act on one’s own path in life. Self-determination is based upon the principle that the individual is the best judge of his or her own interests and that each person has the right to make his or her own decisions.

Environmental Justice

Environmental justice embraces the principle that all people and communities have a right to equal protection and equal enforcement of environmental laws and regulations.

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Food Justice

Food justice is a viewpoint that looks at access to fresh, healthy, affordable food as a human rights issue...Food justice goes beyond superficial access, and addresses structural barriers that prevent everyone from having access to fresh, healthy, affordable foods.

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Climate Justice

Climate justice is defined as the remediation of the impacts of climate change on poor people and people of color—those who are impacted the first and worst—and compensation for harm suffered by such communities due to climate change.

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Energy Justice

Energy justice enables all people to participate in the transition to sustainable energy, and prioritizes equitable distribution of energy benefits and burdens

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