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SUBMIT PROPOSALS: Routledge/ISDRS Book Series
The Routledge/ISDRS Book Series in Sustainable Development Research welcomes submissions for high-level cutting-edge research books that push thinking about sustainability in new directions by challenging current conceptualizations and developing new ones. The series offers theoretical, methodological, and empirical advances that can be used by professionals and as supplementary reading in courses in sustainability science, environment and sustainability, development studies, planning, and a wide range of academic disciplines.
To submit proposals, please contact the Editor, Rebecca Brennan ([email protected], Twitter: @BrennanRebecca1), or the Series Editors, Walter Vermeulen ([email protected]) and Pauline Deutz ([email protected]).
Edited by Ian Scoones and Andy Stirling - STEPS Centre at the University of Sussex
This book series addresses core challenges around linking science and technology and environmental sustainability with poverty reduction and social justice. It is based on the work of the Social, Technological and Environmental Pathways to Sustainability (STEPS) Centre, a major investment of the UK Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). The STEPS Centre brings together researchers at the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) and SPRU (Science and Technology Policy Research) at the University of Sussex with a set of partner institutions in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
This series uniquely brings together original and cutting-edge research on Sustainable Development. The books in this series tackle difficult and important issues in Sustainable Development including values and ethics; sustainability in higher education; climate compatible development; resilience; capitalism and de-growth; sustainable urban development; gender and participation; and well-being.
Systemic Structural Constellations and Sustainability in Academia: A New Method for Sustainable Higher Education
December 02, 2016 by Routledge