Publications

 

Pinderhughes, R. and Valentine, D. The Imperative of a Climate Mitigation Plan that Reduces Poverty:The Role of Green Collar Jobs in Promoting Climate Justice the United States. chapter in Climate Justice. Editors: Robert Bullard and Peggy Sheppard, forthcoming 2011.

 

 

Ella Baker Center Initiative and Pinderhughes. Making Green Work: Best Practices for Green Collar Job Training (contributing author),

 

________, __________, and Pinderhughes.The Greening of Corrections: Creating a Sustainable System through Facilities, Programs, and Partnerships). White Paper for the Federal Department of Corrections, Washington, DC, November, 2010.

 

Lin, J., Pinderhughes, R., and Levitt, Z. Equitable Green Development and Green Jobs in Richmond, California, East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy, 2010. 

 

 

Pinderhughes, R. Roots of Success Environmental Literacy Curriculum, January 2010.

 

 

Pinderhughes, R. and Schecter, D. Green Collar Jobs: Pathways Out of Poverty for Bay Area Residents with Barriers to Employment. Commissioned paper for REDF (formally the Roberts Foundation), February 2008.

 

Pinderhughes, R. Alternative Urban Futures. Book chapter in International Urban Planning Association Series on Sustainable Urban Development. Edited by Lauren Heberle, 2008.

 

 

Pinderhughes, R. Green Collar Jobs: An Analysis of the Capacity of Green Businesses to Provide High Quality Jobs for Men and Women with Barriers to Employment. Commissioned Report for the City of Berkeley, December 2007.

 

Pinderhughes, R. Green Collar Jobs: Work Force Opportunities in the Growing Green Economy, Journal of Race, Poverty and the Environment, Vol 13, No 1, Summer 2006.

 

 

Pinderhughes, R. Alternative Urban Futures: Planning for Sustainable Development in Cities Throughout the World. Rowman and Littlefield Inc. 2004.

 

Pinderhughes, R. Democratizing Environmental Assets: The Role of Urban Gardens and Farms in Reducing Poverty in Democratizing Environmental Assets, Boyce and Shelly (Eds.), Russell Sage Publications, 2003.

 

Pinderhughes, R. and Miner, J. Good Farming, Healthy Communities: Strengthening Regional Sustainable Agriculture Sectors and Local Food Systems, 2002.

 

 

Pinderhughes, R. Murphy, C. and Gonzalez, M. Urban Agriculture in Havana, Cuba. In Down to Earth, Centre for Science and the Environment, New Delhi, India, Spring 2001.

 

 

Moore, J. and Pinderhughes, R. The Latino Population: The Importance of Economic Restructuring, Race, Class and Gender, Anderson and Collins (Eds.), Wadsworth Publishing Company, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Editions.

 

Pinderhughes, R. Book Review of Challenging Fronteras: Structuring Latina and Latino Lives in the U.S. in Journal of American Ethnic History, Vol. 19, No 1. Fall 1999.

 

Cordova, C & Pinderhughes, R. Central and South Americans in the United States in, A Nation of Peoples: A Sourcebook on America'sMulticultural Heritage, Elliot Barkan (Ed), Greenwood Press, 1997.

 

Pinderhughes, R. Who Decides What Constitutes a Pollution Problem? Journal of Race, Gender and Class. Vol 5, No 1, 130-152, 1997.

 

 

Pinderhughes, R. "Economic and Social Inequality in San Francisco: A Case Study of Environmental Risks in the City's Mission District." Hastings West-Northwest Journal of Environmental Law and Policy, University of California, Hastings College of Law, Volume 3,

Number 3; Fall 1996. 

Pinderhughes, R. The Impact of Race on Environmental Quality: An Empirical and Theoretical Discussion. Sociological Perspectives: Special Issue on the Environment, Fall 1996.

 

Pinderhughes, R. Confronting Environmental Racism through Music. Race, Poverty and the Environment, Vol IV, No 3, Fall 1993:35-36, 1996.

 

Gottlieb, B., Pinderhughes, R, Ramo, A, and Roque, J. An Environmental Justice Report; California Environmental Protection Agency (CAL EPA), Comparative Risk Project, January 1994.

 

Moore, J. and Pinderhughes, R. (Eds.). In the Barrios: Latinos and the Underclass Debate. Russell Sage, New York, 1993. Hardback and Paperback, 1993.

 

Pinderhughes, R. Toxics in West Berkeley. Other Voices, West Berkeley Fund for Community Progress, Summer 1993.

 

Pinderhughes, R. Methodologies and Instruments Developed for the Berkeley Food System Assessment Project in USDA Guide to Conducting a Food System Assessment United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), 2003.

 

Pinderhughes, R. The Berkeley Food System Assessment in Community Food Coalition in Guide to Conducting a Food System Assessment Josephs and Fisher (Eds), Spring 2001.

 

Pinderhughes, et al. Towards a Sustainable Campus: San Francisco State University Preliminary Environmental Audit, Monograph, 1999.

 

Pinderhughes, R., Tsui, F., Wong, A., Webster, R. and Kerr, C.; THE LATSTAT REPORT Poverty and Social Inequality in San Francisco: Focus on Latino Families and Children, Monograph, The Urban Institute, San Francisco State University, 1996.

 

 

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