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  • Recommended by CHOICE Reviews - The Elements of Environmental Pollution

    "This makes his volume a good complement to some other works that address topics like global warming, energy choices, water scarcity, and biodiversity loss, which are not emphasized here....There is a good selection of end-of-chapter references, and most of them are from very recent research, mainly since 2000. Overall, a valuable resource for libraries seeking a more current discussion of this topic for their collection. Summing Up: Recommended. Undergraduate and graduate students." -

    H. E. Pence, SUNY College at Oneonta, CHOICE Reviews February 2016 (click on the post to read the full review)

  • World Water Day 2019

    To celebrate World Water Day, download free chapters from selected books and discover our curated collection of books, exploring subjects such as Hydrology, Water Engineering, Environmental Policy and more. You can also save 20% on our  Environment and Sustainability collection by using code S037*.

  • A Q&A with Walter R. Erdelen and Jacques G. Richardson

    We are pleased to share with you our Q&A session with Walter R. Erdelen and Jacques G. Richardson, authors of Managing Complexity: Earth Systems and Strategies for the Future, 1st Edition. Find out more about how the field of sustainability is evolving today and what the inspiration was for the book.

  • A Q&A with Graham Riches

    We are pleased to share with you a Q&A session with Graham Riches, author of the published title Food Bank Nations: Poverty, Corporate Charity and the Right to Food. Find out more about the inspiration behind the book and what the main developments are in this field of research.

  • A Q&A with Jody M. Prescott

    We are pleased to share with you a Q&A session with Jody M. Prescott, author of the recently published Armed Conflict, Women and Climate Change, 1st Edition. Find out more about the inspiration behind the book and what the main developments are in this field of research.

  • Featured Author: Haydn Washington

    Meet Haydn Washington, Routledge's latest Featured Author and creator of the recently published book, A Sense of Wonder Towards Nature: Healing the Planet through Belonging. Read our interview to learn more!

  • An Interview with Christopher Schlottmann

    We are pleased to present our Q&A session with Christopher Schlottmann, one of the co-authors of Food, Animals and the Environment.

  • Author Q&A Session with Andrew Cunningham

    Routledge is pleased to share with you our author Q&A session with Andrew Cunningham, author of the published title International Humanitarian NGOs and State Relations. Cunningham is a humanitarian practitioner and consultant. He has 23 years’ experience in the aid sector, including 14 years with Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), ten years of which was in the field and four in HQ. Andrew’s specialty is in highly insecure contexts and civil society space in humanitarian crises. Since leaving MSF Andrew has completed his PhD in War Studies at King’s College London, where he is a Research Fellow. Andrew works as a consultant and trainer for humanitarian organizations and is a member of the Board of MSF International.

  • Author Q&A Session with Elizabeth J. Grant

    Routledge is pleased to share with you our author Q&A session with Elizabeth J. Grant, author of the published title Integrating Building Performance with Design. Grant is an associate professor at the School of Architecture + Design at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia, USA. She is a registered architect and the Associate Director of the Center for High Performance Environments. Her interests include environmentally sensitive design, building enclosures, and building systems integration.

  • FreeBook: Pathways to Health and Sustainability

    The second FreeBook produced in partnership with the ESRC STEPS Centre