Introduction Part I Urban Ecosystem Justice Theory Chapter 1: Ecological Alienation: Roots and Remedies Chapter 2: Exclusion of Social Sustainability and Emergence of Enviro-Technocratic Governance Part II Urban Ecosystem Justice Applications Chapter 3: Urban Soil Justice: Ecoremediation versus the Toxisphere Chapter 4: Urban Water Justice: DIY River Remediation in the Aquatic Commons Chapter 5: Urban Atmospheric Justice Chapter 6: Urban Compost Justice Chapter 7: Urban Biodiversity Justice Part III Urban Ecosystem Justice Pedagogy Chapter 8: The Radix Experiment Conclusion
Scott Kellogg has been Educational Director of the Radix Ecological Sustainability Center, an urban environmental education and just sustainabilities advocacy non-profit based in Albany, New York, since 2009. Prior to Radix, Scott was a co-founder and collective member of the Rhizome Collective in Austin, Texas, an urban sustainability and activist center which functioned from 2000 to 2009. Scott has a PhD in Science and Technology Studies from Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute, a master's degree in Environmental Science and Policy from Johns Hopkins, and a bachelor's degree in Humanities from the New College of California. He teaches in a number of graduate and undergraduate programs in universities throughout the Northeast, including Bard College's Masters in Environmental Education program. Scott is the coauthor of Toolbox for Sustainable City Living: A Do-It-Ourselves Guide (2008).