Books

Taylor, D.E. (2014). Toxic Communities: Environmental Racism, Industrial Pollution, and Residential Mobility. New York University Press.

Taylor, D.E. (2009). The Environment and the People in American Cities: 1600s-1900s. Disorder, Inequality and Social Change. Durham Duke University.

Articles and Reports

TitleAuthor(s)YearKeywordsLink
College Students and Nature: Differing Thoughts of Fear, Danger, Disconnection, and LoathingTaylor, D.E.2019Race and NatureView
Black Farmers in the U.S. and Michigan: Longevity, Empowerment, and Food SovereigntyTaylor, D.E.2018Food AccessView
Diversity in Environmental Organizations Reporting and Transparency, Report 1Taylor, D. E.2018Transparency and DiversityView
Diversity Pathways: Broadening Participation in Environmental OrganizationsTaylor, D.E., Price, K., and McCoy, E.2018Transparency and Diversity, PathwaysView
Enhancing racial diversity in the Association for Environmental Studies and SciencesTaylor, D.E.2018Transparency and DiversityView
Neighborhood Characteristics and Urban Gardens in the Toledo Metropolitan Area: Staffing and Voluntarism, Food Production, Infrastructure, and Sustainability PracticesBurdine, J. and Taylor, D.E.2018Food AccessView
Racial and Ethnic Differences in Connectedness to Nature and Landscape Preferences Among College StudentsTaylor, D.E.2018Race and NatureView
Racial and Ethnic Differences in the Students' Readiness, Identity, Perceptions of Institutional Diversity, and Desire to Join the Environmental WorkforceTaylor, D.E.2017Green Jobs, Race, GenderView
Gender and Racial Diversity in Conservation Organizations: Uneven Accomplishments and Cause for Concern.Taylor, D.E.2015Transparency and Diversity, Race, GenderView
Food Availability and the Food Desert Frame in Detroit: An Overview of the City’s Food SystemArd, K., Taylor, D.E.2015Food AccessView
Environmental Organizations in the Great Lakes Region: An Assessment of Institutional DiversityTaylor, D.E.2014Transparency and DiversityView
Examining Disparities in Food Access and Enhancing the Food Security of Undeserved Populations in MichiganAhn, S., Johnson, K., Lutton, M., Otudor, I., Pino, J., Yu, C. 2014Food AccessView
The State of Diversity in Environmental OrganizationsTaylor, D.E.2014Transparency and DiversityView
Green Jobs and the Potential to Diversify the Environmental WorkforceTaylor, D.E.2011Green Jobs, DiversityView
The Evolution of Environmental Justice Activism, Research, and ScholarshipTaylor, D.E.2011Environmental JusticeView
Racial and Gender Differences in Job Mobility and Wages of Employees in Environmental OrganizationsTaylor, D.E.2011Green Jobs, Wage inequityView
Equity, Influence and Access: Central Park's Role in Historical and Contemporary Urban Park FinancingTaylor, D.E.2010Race and NatureView
Sustainable Living and Community Building in EcoVillage at Ithaca: The Challenges of Incorporating Social Justice Concerns into the Practices of an Ecological Cohousing CommunityChitewere T., Taylor D.E.2010Sustainable Living, Social JusticeView
Heritage Tourism: A Mechanism to Facilitate the Preservation of Black Family FarmsFreeman S., Taylor D.E.2010Tourism, Race, DiversityView
Why Can't They Work Together? A Framework for Understanding Conflict and Collaboration in Two Environmental Disputes in Southeast MichiganLashley S., Taylor D.E.2010Conflict ResolutionView
Diversity and the Environment: Myth-Making and the Status of Minorities in the FieldTaylor, D.E. 2008Race and Nature, Transparency and DiversityView
Employment Preferences and Salary Expectations of Students in Science and EngineeringTaylor, D.E. 2007Green JobsView
Diversity and Equity in Environmental Organizations: The Salience of These Factors to StudentsTaylor, D.E. 2007Transparency and Diversity, Green JobsView
Race, Class, Gender and EnvironmentalismTaylor, D.E. 2002Race, GenderView
The Rise of the Environmental Justice Paradigm: Injustice Framing and the Social Construction of Environmental DiscoursesTaylor, D.E. 2000Environmental JusticeView