Social Innovation in the Service of Social and Ecological Transformation The Rise of the Enabling State
Post-Pandemic Sustainable Tourism Management The New Reality of Managing Ethical and Responsible Tourism
Effective Forms of Environmental Diplomacy
Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Global Pandemics Biodiversity and Planetary Health Beyond Covid-19
Edited By Paige Castellanos, Carolyn E. Sachs, Ann R. Tickamyer
October 15, 2021
This book documents how COVID-19 impacts gender, agriculture, and food systems across the globe with on-the-ground accounts and personal reflections from scholars, practitioners, and community members. During the coronavirus pandemic with many people under lockdown, continual agricultural ...
By Olivier De Schutter, Tom Dedeurwaerdere
October 15, 2021
This book explores how the State can play a role as an enabler of citizen-led social innovations, to accelerate the shift to viable sustainable and socially just lifestyles. To meet the twin challenges of environmental degradation and the rise of inequalities, societal transformation is urgent. ...
Edited By Hiromi Yamashita
July 30, 2021
This book examines a wide range of innovative approaches for coastal wetlands restoration and explains how we should use both academic research and practitioners’ findings to influence learning, practice, policy and social change. For conservationists, tidal flats and coastal wetlands are ...
By Laura Onofri
July 02, 2021
This book presents contemporary case studies on selected Italian food and wine products to explore how traditional production and consumption models address and adapt to the sustainability challenges in the Italian high-excellence agri-food sector. Sustainability in High-Excellence Italian Food ...
By Blanche Verlie
June 17, 2021
This imaginative and empowering book explores the ways that our emotions entangle us with climate change and offers strategies for engaging with climate anxiety that can contribute to social transformation. Climate educator Blanche Verlie draws on feminist, more-than-human and affect theories to ...
By Marko Koščak, Tony O’Rourke
June 17, 2021
Tourism, as with many parts of the economy, is at a pause-reflect-rest stage in the post pandemic world. This book puts forward some positive and practical concepts for the reset stage in terms of pushing towards wholly sustainable tourism. The COVID-19 pandemic has been disastrous in terms of the ...
By Leila Nicolas, Elie Kallab
June 11, 2021
This book holistically covers the issue of environmental diplomacy by building a firm foundation for readers to understand the different dimensions of the topic. The book begins by exploring the progress the world community has made in understanding the importance of diplomacy in preserving the ...
By Lynda Collins
May 21, 2021
The Ecological Constitution integrates the insights of environmental constitutionalism and ecological law in a concise, engaging and accessible manner. This book sets out the necessary components of any constitution that could be considered "ecological" in nature. In particular, it argues that an ...
By Doris Fuchs, Marlyne Sahakian, Tobias Gumbert, Antonietta Di Giulio, Michael Maniates, Sylvia Lorek, Antonia Graf
March 04, 2021
Consumption Corridors: Living a Good Life within Sustainable Limits explores how to enhance peoples’ chances to live a good life in a world of ecological and social limits. Rejecting familiar recitations of problems of ecological decline and planetary boundaries, this compact book instead offers a...
By Ngozi Finette Unuigbe
March 01, 2021
This book demonstrates the importance and potential role of Traditional Ecological Knowledge in foreseeing and curbing future global pandemics. The reduction of species diversity has increased the risk of global pandemics and it is therefore not only imperative to articulate and disseminate ...
By Dhanasree Jayaram
February 23, 2021
This book analyses the role of the BASIC countries – Brazil, South Africa, India and China – in the international climate order. Climate Diplomacy and Emerging Economies explores the collective and individual positions of these countries towards climate diplomacy, focusing in particular on the ...
By Charlotte Unger
January 26, 2021
This book focuses on the linking of the European Union Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) with other independent regional ETS. While rich practical and academic research has evolved on the economic and technical side of ETS linking, political drivers and barriers have so far been underrepresented ...