"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)
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The Renewable Energy Landscape: Preserving Scenic Values in our Sustainable Future has been awarded the 2017 EDRA Great Places Award (Research Category).
Phyto: Principles and Resources for Site Remediation and Landscape Design has been awarded the 2017 CBHL Literature Award of Excellence in Landscape Design and Architecture. This award recognises a work that makes a significant contribution to the literature of botany or horticulture.
Congratulations to Routledge author and Director of the Institute of Development Studies, Professor Melissa Leach, who has been appointed as a CBE for services to Social Science in the Queen’s Birthday 2017 Honours List.
We have curated a collection of titles and resources to help with researching our oceans in celebration of World Oceans Day on June 8th.
13th May 2017 is World Fair Trade day organised by the World Fair Trade Organization. To celebrate we have curated a collection of titles relating to fair trade and the issues surrounding it.
Dipak Gyawali, co-editor of Aid, Technology and Development: The Lessons from Nepal, written with Michael Thompson and Marco Verweij, recently did an interview with Nepel editor thethirdpole.net on the “destructive and constructive” roles international aid has played in Nepal.
Find out more about the editors and the title below, or click here for the full interview!
In this exclusive blog post, Pamela Mason and Tim Lang, authors of Sustainable Diets: How Ecological Nutrition Can Transform consumption and the Food System argue for the need to address the huge problems within the food system by shifting what we eat.