'In this beautifully written book, Julian Agyeman builds on his groundbreaking concept of just sustainabilities to include an exploration of how food, space, place, and culture shape our capacities to imagine and pursue a world of possibilities.'
David Naguib Pellow, author of Resisting Global Toxics
'Agyeman's engaging analysis brings the concept of 'just sustainabilities' to the centre of the stage, right where it deserves to be.'
Yvonne Rydin, University College London
'Julian Agyeman has done more than any other scholar to emphasise the potential in the relationship between environmental justice and ecological sustainability.'
David Schlosberg, The University of Sydney
'Julian Agyeman has produced a powerful new statement of the need to integrate justice and sustainability. Building on his own ground-breaking work, he analyses the key themes of food, space, place, and culture, showing how equity, justice and inclusion are fundamental to any enduring practical expression of sustainability.'
Andrew Dobson, author of Citizenship and the Environment
Readers looking for a clear and concise review of the concept and underpinning ideas, as well as those wanting compelling examples of its practical application will be more than satisfied.'
Gordon Walker, Lancaster Universit
'By eloquently making the case that the loss of human potential is as detrimental to our future as the loss of environmental potential, Agyeman shows that we need to transform the way we treat each other as well as the planet.'
Mark Roseland, author of Toward Sustainable Communities
'Agyeman presents the issues involved in the movement, specifically as to how they relate to other social justice movements more focused on race and class. In the process, he provides an important, essential and convincing challenge to modern sustainablity movements and their approach to questions of race and class.'
Ron Jacobs, Counterpunch