How to provision sustainably

From Crossing the Sacred Sea [Cruzando el mar sagrado] by Nathan A. Strait

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  2. (2018) The Biodiversity Finance Initiative: an approach to identify and implement biodiversity-centered finance solutions for sustainable development [i] [d]
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  15. (2018) Ecological distribution conflicts as forces for sustainability: an overview and conceptual framework [d]
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  27. (2017) How long can we keep doing this?: sustainability as a strictly temporal concept [d]
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  106. (2016) Ecosystem services and the value of places [d]
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  167. (2015) Resilience as a universal criterion of health [d]
  168. (2015) Driving water management change where economic incentive is limited [d]
  169. (2015) Ecology in an anthropogenic biosphere [d]
  170. (2015) Food security and trade: reconciling discourses in the Food and Agriculture Organization and the World Trade Organization [d]
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  177. (2015) The ecology of agricultural landscapes: long-term research on the path to sustainability [i]
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  179. (2015) The lean farm: how to minimize waste, increase efficiency, and maximize value and profits with less work [i]
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  186. (2015) Plastic waste inputs from land into the ocean [p] [d]
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  301. (2014) Is there overshoot of planetary limits?: new indicators of human appropriation of the global biogeochemical cycles relative to their regenerative capacity based on 'ecotime' analysis [d]
  302. (2014) Civic intelligence and the making of sustainable food culture(s) [i]
  303. (2014) Urban agriculture of the future: an overview of sustainability aspects of food production in and on buildings [d]
  304. (2014) Retirement income for the wealthy, middle, and poor [d]
  305. (2014) Geospatial technologies and climate change [i] [d]
  306. (2014) Ecosystem services along a management gradient in Michigan (USA) cropping systems [d]
  307. (2014) The social roots of risk: producing disasters, promoting resilience [i]
  308. (2014) A new approach for comparing and categorizing farmers' systems of practice based on cognitive mapping and graph theory indicators [d]
  309. (2014) The unsustainability of car use [i] [d]
  310. (2014) The Earth Charter, ecological integrity and social movements [i]
  311. (2014) When are food deserts?: integrating time into research on food accessibility [d]
  312. (2014) A lighthouse for urban agriculture: university, community, and redefining expertise in the food system [d]
  313. (2014) Can green sustain growth?: from the religion to the reality of sustainable prosperity [i]
  314. (2013) Application of a multi-criteria decision support tool in assessing the feasibility of implementing treated wastewater reuse [d]
  315. (2013) Improved cooking stoves and firewood consumption: quasi-experimental evidence from the Northern Peruvian Andes [d]
  316. (2013) Introducing just sustainabilities: policy, planning, and practice [i]
  317. (2013) Sharing cities: reinventing and reviving sharing to enhance equity, rebuild community and cut resource use [u]
  318. (2013) Kitchen gardening for beginners [i]
  319. (2013) Hungry for change: farmers, food justice and the agrarian question [i]
  320. (2013) Macroeconomics, financial crisis and the environment: strategies for a sustainability transition [d]
  321. (2013) Cultural forests of the Amazon: a historical ecology of people and their landscapes [i]
  322. (2013) Environment, justice and the capability approach [d]
  323. (2013) Geographies of capital formation and rescaling: a historical-geographical approach to the food desert problem [d]
  324. (2013) Pharmacy on a bicycle: innovative solutions to global health and poverty [i]
  325. (2013/2016) Bikenomics: how bicycling can save the economy [i]
  326. (2013) The economics of immigration: theory and policy [i] [d]
  327. (2013) Ecological intensification: harnessing ecosystem services for food security [p] [d]
  328. (2013) The energy for growing and maintaining cities [d]
  329. (2013) Breaking new ground: a personal history [i]
  330. (2013) Browsing nature's aisles: a year of foraging for wild food in the suburbs [i]
  331. (2013) Incentives, land use, and ecosystem services: synthesizing complex linkages [d]
  332. (2013) Sharing is good: how to save money, time and resources through collaborative consumption [i]
  333. (2013) The transition from foraging to farming in prehistory and 'ethnography' [d]
  334. (2013) Toward renewable energy geo-information infrastructures: applications of GIScience and remote sensing that build institutional capacity [d]
  335. (2013) Plasticity facilitates sustainable growth in the commons [d]
  336. (2013) Interactive three-dimensional geovisualization of space–time access to food [d]
  337. (2013) Sociological barriers to developing sustainable discretionary air travel behaviour [d]
  338. (2013) The zero waste solution: untrashing the planet one community at a time [i]
  339. (2013) Amazonia: environment and the law in Amazonia: a plurilateral encounter [i]
  340. (2013) Traveling the power line: from the Mojave Desert to the Bay of Fundy [i]
  341. (2013) Rethinking governance and value in commodity chains through global recycling networks [d]
  342. (2013) Bringing tropical forest biodiversity conservation into financial accounting calculation [d]
  343. (2013) A landscape perspective on sustainability of agricultural systems [d]
  344. (2013) Earth repair: a grassroots guide to healing toxic and damaged landscapes [i]
  345. (2013) Pervasive externalities at the population, consumption, and environment nexus [d]
  346. (2013) What is the relevance of smallholders' agroforestry systems for conserving tropical tree species and genetic diversity in circa situm, in situ and ex situ settings?: a review [d]
  347. (2013) Protected areas within multifunctional landscapes: squeezing out intermediate land use intensities in the tropics? [d]
  348. (2013) Understanding temporal rhythms and travel behaviour at destinations: potential ways to achieve more sustainable travel [d]
  349. (2013) Supply chain transformation: building and executing an integrated supply chain strategy [i]
  350. (2013) It takes a network to get dinner: designing location-based systems to address local food needs [i] [d]
  351. (2013) Global spatial coincidence between protected areas and metal mining activities [d]
  352. (2013) Used planet: a global history [d]
  353. (2013) Beyond sustainababble [i] [d]
  354. (2013) The future of development: a radical manifesto [i]
  355. (2013) The resilient farm and homestead: an innovative permaculture and whole systems design approach [i]
  356. (2013) Beyond reductionism: a passion for interdisciplinarity [i]
  357. (2013) Ecological and evolutionary consequences of living in a defaunated world [d]
  358. (2013) The hidden consequences of credit: an illustration from rural Indonesia [d]
  359. (2013) Take back the economy: an ethical guide for transforming our communities [i]
  360. (2013) Water management in mediterranean river basins: a comparison of management frameworks, physical impacts, and ecological responses [d]
  361. (2013) Green wizardry: conservation, solar power, organic gardening, and other hands-on skills from the appropriate tech toolkit [i]
  362. (2013) Financing our foodshed: growing local food with slow money [i]
  363. (2013) Identity and tourism mobility: an exploration of the attitude–behaviour gap [d]
  364. (2013) Psychological and behavioural approaches to understanding and governing sustainable mobility [d]
  365. (2013) Studying well-being and its environmental impacts: a case study of minimum income receivers in Finland [d]
  366. (2013) Fresh fruit, broken bodies: migrant farmworkers in the United States [i]
  367. (2013) Uncertainties in landscape analysis and ecosystem service assessment [d]
  368. (2013) The car dependent society: a European perspective [i]
  369. (2013) The guide to greening cities [i] [d]
  370. (2013) To value or not to value?: that is not the question [d]
  371. (2013) Could working less reduce pressures on the environment?: a cross-national panel analysis of OECD countries, 1970–2007 [d]
  372. (2013) Understanding quality of life in a northern, rural climate [d]
  373. (2013) Global human appropriation of net primary production doubled in the 20th century [d]
  374. (2013) The ecology of money: debt, growth, and sustainability [i]
  375. (2013) Understanding tourists' perceptions of distance: a key to reducing the environmental impacts of tourism mobility [d]
  376. (2013) The territorial approach to cultural economy: new opportunities for the development of small towns [d]
  377. (2013) Environmental tipping points [d]
  378. (2013) Jobless growth and relative surplus populations [d]
  379. (2013) Six principles for managing forests as ecologically sustainable ecosystems [d]
  380. (2013) Life-cycle assessment of electric power systems [d]
  381. (2013) Completing our streets: the transition to safe and inclusive transportation networks [i] [d]
  382. (2013) The upcycle: beyond sustainability, designing for abundance [i]
  383. (2013) The necessary transition: the journey towards the sustainable enterprise economy [i]
  384. (2013) Making sense of human ecology mapping: an overview of approaches to integrating socio-spatial data into environmental planning [d]
  385. (2013) Food regimes and agrarian questions [i]
  386. (2013) Globalization of land use: distant drivers of land change and geographic displacement of land use [d]
  387. (2013) Beyond sharing: cultivating cooperative transportation systems through geographic information science [d]
  388. (2013) Does ecologically unequal exchange occur? [d]
  389. (2013) The underrated discipline: a plea for strengthening home economics [i] [d]
  390. (2013) Identifying and rating cultural sustainability indicators: a case study of wood-based bioenergy systems in eastern Finland [d]
  391. (2013) Picking up: on the streets and behind the trucks with the sanitation workers of New York City [i]
  392. (2013) Economics, sustainability and democracy: economics in the era of climate change [i]
  393. (2013) Community development agreements in the mining industry: an emerging global phenomenon [d]
  394. (2013) Food choice and sustainability: why buying local, eating less meat, and taking baby steps won't work [i]
  395. (2013) Seed exchange networks for agrobiodiversity conservation: a review [d]
  396. (2013) Designing urban agriculture: a complete guide to the planning, design, construction, maintenance and management of edible landscapes [i]
  397. (2013) Peasants and the art of farming: a Chayanovian manifesto [i]
  398. (2013) Smallholders, forest management, and rural development in the Amazon [i]
  399. (2013) Versatile and cheap: a global history of soy in the first half of the twentieth century [d]
  400. (2013) A farm-scale biodiversity and ecosystem services assessment tool: the Healthy Farm Index [d]
  401. (2013) Heuristic indicators for the design of community off-grid electrification systems based on multiple renewable energies [d]
  402. (2013) Disability: a threat to long-term financial security is growing more serious in a world of increasing individual responsibility [d]
  403. (2013) The balance of nature and human impact [i] [d]
  404. (2013) Global land and water grabbing [d]
  405. (2013) Personalized measures of consumption and development in the context of biodiversity conservation: connecting the ecological footprint calculation with the human footprint map [i] [d]
  406. (2013) Ten principles for a landscape approach to reconciling agriculture, conservation, and other competing land uses [d]
  407. (2013) Flows, funds and the complexity of deprivation: using concepts from ecological economics for the study of poverty [d]
  408. (2013) Observing changing ecological diversity in the anthropocene [d]
  409. (2013) Enabling responsible living [i] [d]
  410. (2013) Creating good work: the world's leading social entrepreneurs show how to build a healthy economy [i] [d]
  411. (2013) Renaissance or requiem: is nuclear energy cost effective in a post-Fukushima world? [d]
  412. (2013) Fire on earth: an introduction [i]
  413. (2013) Contradictions at the confluence of commerce, consumption and conservation; or, an REI shopper camps in the forest, does anyone notice? [d]
  414. (2013) Harvesting the biosphere: what we have taken from nature [i]
  415. (2013) The social and spatial dynamics of community food production: a landscape approach to policy and program development [d]
  416. (2013) New farms and farmers in ethno-cultural communities: aspirations, barriers and needs [u]
  417. (2013) State of the world 2013: is sustainability still possible? [i] [d]
  418. (2013) Get started preserving [i]
  419. (2013) Farms with a future: creating and growing a sustainable farm business [i]
  420. (2013) Embeddedness, marketness, and economic instrumentalism in the Oklahoma Farm-to-School Program [u]
  421. (2013) Socially restorative urbanism: the theory, process and practice of experiemics [i]
  422. (2013) Prospects and challenges for disseminating life cycle thinking towards environmental conscious behaviors in daily lives [d]
  423. (2013) Rethinking biodiversity: from goods and services to 'living with' [d]
  424. (2013) Living within a fair share ecological footprint [i]
  425. (2013) Food miles to assess sustainability: a revision [d]
  426. (2013) Development of a broadened cognitive mapping approach for analysing systems of practices in social–ecological systems [d]
  427. (2013) Reconsidering the bicycle: an anthropological perspective on a new (old) thing [i]
  428. (2013) The mundane bicycle and the environmental virtues of sustainable urban mobility [i]
  429. (2013) Adapt or perish: a review of planning approaches for adaptation under deep uncertainty [d]
  430. (2013) Affluence drives the global displacement of land use [d]
  431. (2013) Bridging knowledges: understanding and applying indigenous and western scientific knowledge for marine wildlife management [d]
  432. (2013) Complexity and sustainability [i]
  433. (2013) Everyday moral economies: food, politics and scale in Cuba [i] [d]
  434. (2013) Cognitive mapping: a method to elucidate and present farmers' risk perception [d]
  435. (2013) A sustainable building promotes pro-environmental behavior: an observational study on food disposal [d]
  436. (2013) Current status and potential of conservation biological control for agriculture in the developing world [d]
  437. (2013) Going beyond the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment: an index system of human dependence on ecosystem services [d]
  438. (2013) Tele-connecting local consumption to global land use [d]
  439. (2013) The new geographies of energy: assessment and analysis of critical landscapes [i]
  440. (2012) Regional strategies for the accelerating global problem of groundwater depletion [d]
  441. (2012) Economies of recycling: the global transformation of materials, values and social relations [i]
  442. (2012) Black, white, and green: farmers markets, race, and the green economy [i]
  443. (2012) Occupation mediates ecosystem services with human well-being [d]
  444. (2012) The restoring ecological health to your land workbook [i] [d]
  445. (2012) Conceptualizing the role of sediment in sustaining ecosystem services: sediment–ecosystem regional assessment (SEcoRA) [d]
  446. (2012) Design like you give a damn 2: building change from the ground up [i]
  447. (2012) Local alternative development through a time-spatial lens: a case study of Ydre inspired by Hägerstrand [i]
  448. (2012) Crossing to sustainability: a role for design in overcoming road effects [d]
  449. (2012) General approaches for assessing urban environmental sustainability [d]
  450. (2012) Social conflict, economic development and the extractive industry: evidence from South America [i]
  451. (2012) Toward principles for enhancing the resilience of ecosystem services [d]
  452. (2012) Food sovereignty, urban food access, and food activism: contemplating the connections through examples from Chicago [d]
  453. (2012) Global land grabbing and trajectories of agrarian change: a preliminary analysis [d]
  454. (2012) Land grabbing in Latin America and the Caribbean [d]
  455. (2012) The sustainable sites handbook: a complete guide to the principles, strategies, and practices for sustainable landscapes [i]
  456. (2012) The domestic garden—its contribution to urban green infrastructure [d]
  457. (2012) Ecohealth research in practice: innovative applications of an ecosystem approach to health [i] [d]
  458. (2012) Energy storage: a key factor for large-scale utilization of renewable energy [d]
  459. (2012) Avoiding unintended tradeoffs by integrating life-cycle impact assessment with urban metabolism [d]
  460. (2012) A method for evaluating climate change adaptation strategies for small-scale farmers using survey, experimental and modeled data [d]
  461. (2012) Saving for retirement: intention, context, and behavior [i]
  462. (2012) Ecosystem services and integrated water resource management: different paths to the same end? [d]
  463. (2012) Effects of Internet-based multiple-site conferences on greenhouse gas emissions [d]
  464. (2012) The positive psychology of sustainability [d]
  465. (2012) Hybrid economic–environmental accounts [i]
  466. (2012) Multiple use forestry planning: timber and Brazil nut management in the community forests of Northern Bolivia [d]
  467. (2012) Co-engineering and participatory water management: organisational challenges for water governance [i] [d]
  468. (2012) Farming systems research into the 21st century: the new dynamic [i] [d]
  469. (2012) Planetary opportunities: a social contract for global change science to contribute to a sustainable future [d]
  470. (2012) Darwinian agriculture: how understanding evolution can improve agriculture [i]
  471. (2012) Managing wicked problems in agribusiness: the role of multi-stakeholder engagements in value creation [u]
  472. (2012) Unveiling the modernity bias: a critical examination of the politics of ICT4D [information and communication technology for development] [d]
  473. (2012) Wild seed, domesticated seed: companion species and the emergence of agriculture [u]
  474. (2012) The short- and medium-term impacts of rises in staple food prices [d]
  475. (2012) Uncovering the spatial dynamics of wild rice lakes, harvesters and management across Great Lakes landscapes for shared regional conservation [d]
  476. (2012) Reshaping agriculture for nutrition and health [i] [d] [u]
  477. (2012) Assessing regional virtual water flows and water footprints in the Yellow River Basin, China: a consumption based approach [d]
  478. (2012) Human behavior and sustainability [d]
  479. (2012) Energy consumption in service industries: challenging the myth of non-materiality [d]
  480. (2012) Noise pollution alters ecological services: enhanced pollination and disrupted seed dispersal [d]
  481. (2012) Fundamentals of sustainable dwellings [i] [d]
  482. (2012) Polycentric systems and interacting planetary boundaries: emerging governance of climate change–ocean acidification–marine biodiversity [d]
  483. (2012) The role of ecological models in linking ecological risk assessment to ecosystem services in agroecosystems [d]
  484. (2012) Towards an integrated paradigm in heterodox economics: alternative approaches to the current eco-social crises [i] [d]
  485. (2012) Using private rights to manage natural resources: is stewardship linked to ownership? [d]
  486. (2012) Fundamentals of materials for energy and environmental sustainability [i] [d]
  487. (2012) Power, pollution and the Internet [u]
  488. (2012) Rural resilience through continued learning and innovation [d]
  489. (2012) Rubber tapper identities: political–economic dynamics, livelihood shifts, and environmental implications in a changing Amazon [d]
  490. (2012) Economix: how our economy works (and doesn't work) in words and pictures [i]
  491. (2012) Container freight rates and economic distance: a new perspective on the world map [d]
  492. (2012) Retention forestry to maintain multifunctional forests: a world perspective [d]
  493. (2012) Why gender matters to ecological management and poverty reduction [i] [d]
  494. (2012) People at the well: kinds, usages and meanings of water in a global perspective [i]
  495. (2012) Energy and the wealth of nations: understanding the biophysical economy [i] [d]
  496. (2012) Microcredit participation and nutrition outcomes among women in Peru [d]
  497. (2012) The role of advanced sensing in smart cities [d]
  498. (2012) Breaking through concrete: building an urban farm revival [i]
  499. (2012) Exploiting the co-benefits of ecological sanitation [d]
  500. (2012) Women reclaiming sustainable livelihoods: spaces lost, spaces gained [i] [d]
  501. (2012) Share or die: voices of the get lost generation in the age of crisis [i]
  502. (2012) Why is achieving good ecological outcomes in rivers so difficult? [d]
  503. (2012) Value chains for nutrition [i] [d] [u]
  504. (2012) The geography of need: identifying human service needs in rural America [d]
  505. (2012) Systematic planning for river rehabilitation: integrating multiple ecological and economic objectives in complex decisions [d]
  506. (2012) Vermicomposting toilets, an alternative to latrine style microbial composting toilets, prove far superior in mass reduction, pathogen destruction, compost quality, and operational cost [d]
  507. (2012) Entangled: an archaeology of the relationships between humans and things [i] [d]
  508. (2012) Lo que necesitamos es erradicar el hambre [u]
  509. (2012) Calibrating disaggregate economic models of agricultural production and water management [d]
  510. (2012) Living dangerously on borrowed time during slow, unrecognized regime shifts [d]
  511. (2012) Integrating publicly available web mapping tools for cartographic visualization of community food insecurity: a prototype [d]
  512. (2012) Landscape approaches to achieving food production, natural resource conservation, and the Millennium Development Goals [i] [d]
  513. (2012) Integrating ecology and poverty reduction [i] [d]
  514. (2012) Life cycle assessment of fresh pineapple from Costa Rica [d]
  515. (2012) Microbes at work: from wastes to resources [i] [d]
  516. (2012) Not only subterranean forests: wood consumption and economic development in Britain (1850–1938) [d]
  517. (2012) The quantified traveler: using personal travel data to promote sustainable transport behavior [u]
  518. (2012) The engine of well-being [d]
  519. (2012) Place, ethics, and everyday eating: a tale of two neighbourhoods [d]
  520. (2012) Cooperative banking [i] [d]
  521. (2012) Restoring lands: coordinating science, politics and action: complexities of climate and governance [i] [d]
  522. (2012) Entrepreneurship, social capital and governance: directions for the sustainable development and competitiveness of regions [i]
  523. (2012) The urban watershed continuum: evolving spatial and temporal dimensions [d]
  524. (2012) The right place for the right job in the photovoltaic life cycle [d]
  525. (2012) Owning our future: the emerging ownership revolution [i]
  526. (2012) Occupy money: creating an economy where everybody wins [i]
  527. (2012) Modeling, analysis, and optimization of process and energy systems [i] [d]
  528. (2012) The zero-waste lifestyle: live well by throwing away less [i]
  529. (2012) Bio–geo interactions in metal-contaminated soils [i] [d]
  530. (2012) Tree diversity enhances tree transpiration in a Panamanian forest plantation [d]
  531. (2012) An economic appraisal of using source separation of human urine to contain and treat endocrine disrupters in the USA [d]
  532. (2012) Stewardship of things: the radical potential of product stewardship for re-framing responsibilities and relationships to products and materials [d]
  533. (2012) Business and community approaches to rural development: comparing government-to-local approaches [u]
  534. (2012) Does involvement in food preparation track from adolescence to young adulthood and is it associated with better dietary quality?: findings from a 10-year longitudinal study [d]
  535. (2012) Congruence and coverage: alternative approaches to identifying urban food deserts and food hinterlands [d]
  536. (2012) Designing for zero waste: consumption, technologies and the built environment [i]
  537. (2012) The natural city: re-envisioning the built environment [i]
  538. (2012) International trade drives biodiversity threats in developing nations [d]
  539. (2012) Historical human footprint on modern tree species composition in the Purus-Madeira interfluve, Central Amazonia [d]
  540. (2012) Money and sustainability: the missing link: a report from the Club of Rome–EU Chapter to Finance Watch and the World Business Academy [i]
  541. (2012) A farewell to fossil fuels: answering the energy challenge [u]
  542. (2012) Modos de vivir y sobrevivir: un estudio transcultural de cinco etnias en la Amazonía ecuatoriana [i]
  543. (2012) Impacting community sustainability through behavior change: a research framework [d]
  544. (2012) Recycling reconsidered: the present failure and future promise of environmental action in the United States [i]
  545. (2012) California's Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta conflict: from cooperation to chicken [d]
  546. (2012) Increasing the sustainability of household cooking in developing countries: Policy implications [d]
  547. (2012) Designing cropping systems from nature [d]
  548. (2012) Maximizing your mini farm: self-sufficiency on 1/4 acre [i]
  549. (2012) Material participation: technology, the environment and everyday publics [i] [d]
  550. (2012) Consumption of market goods and wellbeing in small-scale societies: an empirical test among the Tsimane' in the Bolivian Amazon [d]
  551. (2012) Seeds of sustainability: lessons from the birthplace of the Green Revolution [i] [d]
  552. (2012) Free to those who can afford it: the everyday affordance of privilege [d]
  553. (2012) Fly and be damned: what now for aviation and climate change? [i]
  554. (2012) Encyclopedia of sustainability science and technology [i]
  555. (2012) Collective action dynamics under external rewards: experimental insights from Andean farming communities [d]
  556. (2012) Determinants of livelihood strategy variation in two extractive reserves in Amazonian flooded and unflooded forests [d]
  557. (2012) A sense of momentum: mobility practices and dis/embodied landscapes of energy use [d]
  558. (2012) Progress in working towards a more sustainable agri-food industry [d]
  559. (2012) Insights and opportunities offered by a rapid ecosystem service assessment in promoting a conservation agenda in an urban biodiversity hotspot [d]
  560. (2012) Natural amenities and rural development in new urban-rural spaces [d]
  561. (2012) Types of cluster adaptation to climate change: lessons from the port and logistics sector of Northwest Germany [d]
  562. (2012) Remote Autonomous Energy Systems Project: towards sustainability in developing countries [d]
  563. (2012) Expresiones de reciprocidad para una economía saludable: los choba-chobas [u]
  564. (2012) Cycling and sustainability [i]
  565. (2012) Future landscapes: managing within complexity [d]
  566. (2012) Agents, individuals, and networks: modeling methods to inform natural resource management in regional landscapes [d]
  567. (2012) Traditional forest-related knowledge: sustaining communities, ecosystems and biocultural diversity [i] [d]
  568. (2012) Limitations of nuclear power as a sustainable energy source [d]
  569. (2012) The case for open source appropriate technology [d]
  570. (2012) Water transfer laws and policies: tough questions and institutional reform for the western United States [d]
  571. (2012) Walk 'til you run out of water [d]
  572. (2012) Resilience in ecology and urban design: linking theory and practice for sustainable cities [i] [d]
  573. (2012/2015) Food ethics [i]
  574. (2012) Market-based conservation of the Amazonian forests: revisiting win–win expectations [d]
  575. (2012) Beyond 'benefits'?: looking at ecosystem services through the capability approach [d]
  576. (2012) Community managed forests and forest protected areas: an assessment of their conservation effectiveness across the tropics [d]
  577. (2012) Mobile phones, livelihoods and the poor in Sub-Saharan Africa: review and prospect [d]
  578. (2012) City cycling [i]
  579. (2012) Local food systems in old industrial regions: concepts, spatial context and local practices [i]
  580. (2012) Designing institutions for governing planetary boundaries: lessons from global forest governance [d]
  581. (2012) Ecological engineers ahead of their time: the functioning of pre-Columbian raised-field agriculture and its potential contributions to sustainability today [d]
  582. (2012) Urban farms [i]
  583. (2012) A beleza das roças: agrobiodiversidade Mebêngôkre-Kayapó em tempos de globalização [d]
  584. (2012) Environmental impact of screenhouse and open-field cultivation using a life cycle analysis: the case study of green bean production [d]
  585. (2012) How can we know if investors are coherently linking sustainability concepts? [d]
  586. (2012) Energy impacts of ICT: insights from an everyday life perspective [d]
  587. (2012) The oil curse: how petroleum wealth shapes the development of nations [i]
  588. (2012) Vegan is love: having heart and taking action [i]
  589. (2012) Drinking water: a history [i]
  590. (2012) Environmental footprint of foods: the duty to inform [d]
  591. (2012) Capabilities, contributive injustice and unequal divisions of labour [d]
  592. (2012) Groundwater depletion and sustainability of irrigation in the US High Plains and Central Valley [d]
  593. (2012) Effects of pesticide toxicity, salinity and other environmental variables on selected ecosystem functions in streams and the relevance for ecosystem services [d]
  594. (2012) Anticipating critical transitions [d]
  595. (2012) Climate change, human security and violent conflict: challenges for societal stability [i] [d]
  596. (2012) The relationship between social work and environmental sustainability: implications for interdisciplinary practice [d]
  597. (2012) Environmental change, natural resources and social conflict [i] [d]
  598. (2012) Private multi-stakeholder governance in the agricultural market place: an analysis of legitimization processes of the roundtables on sustainable palm oil and responsible soy [u]
  599. (2012) Exploring the social bases of home gardening [d]
  600. (2012) Rethinking habits and their role in behaviour change: the case of low-carbon mobility [d]
  601. (2012) Dangerous trade: histories of industrial hazard across a globalizing world [i]
  602. (2012) Cooler smarter: practical steps for low-carbon living: expert advice from the Union of Concerned Scientists [i] [d]
  603. (2012) Local dollars, local sense: how to shift your money from Wall Street to Main Street and achieve real prosperity [i]
  604. (2012) Long term socio-ecological research: studies in society–nature interactions across spatial and temporal scales [i] [d]
  605. (2012) What moves and works: broadening the consideration of energy poverty [d]
  606. (2012) The nature and causes of the global water crisis: syndromes from a meta-analysis of coupled human-water studies [d]
  607. (2012) Just transitions: explorations of sustainability in an unfair world [i]
  608. (2012) Plastic-free: how I kicked the plastic habit and you can too [i]
  609. (2012) Handbook of critical issues in finance [i] [d]
  610. (2012) Contribution of traditional knowledge to ecological restoration: practices and applications [d]
  611. (2012) What is a responsible supply chain? [d]
  612. (2012) Off-grid mobilities: incorporating a way of life [d]
  613. (2012) Sustainable food planning: evolving theory and practice [i]
  614. (2012) Sustainability of diets: from concepts to governance [d]
  615. (2012) Sustainability science [i] [d]
  616. (2012) Using mobility to gain stability: rural household strategies and outcomes in long-distance labour mobility [u]
  617. (2012) Pest management in food systems: an economic perspective [d]
  618. (2012) Sustainability science: the emerging paradigm and the urban environment [i]
  619. (2012) Car country: an environmental history [i]
  620. (2012) Human health and ecological integrity: ethics, law and human rights [i]
  621. (2012) Learning gardens and sustainability education: bringing life to schools and schools to life [i]
  622. (2012) Bank regulation [i] [d]
  623. (2012) Science education for global sustainability: what is necessary for teaching, learning, and assessment strategies? [d]
  624. (2011) Hazardous wastes, industrial disasters, and environmental health risks: local and global environmental struggles [i] [d]
  625. (2011) This must be the place: underrepresentation of identity and meaning in climate change decision-making [d]
  626. (2011) Forest restoration, biodiversity and ecosystem functioning [d]
  627. (2011) Sustainable webs of interests: property in an interconnected environment [i] [d]
  628. (2011) Glasses as engineering materials: a review [d]
  629. (2011) Research handbook on the economics of property law [i]
  630. (2011) Thermodynamics and the destruction of resources [i] [d]
  631. (2011) Palm harvest impacts in north-western South America [d]
  632. (2011) The trilogy of distance, speed and time [d]
  633. (2011) 'We are the lungs of the world': popular environmentalism and the local politics of climate change in the Ecuadorian Amazon [u]
  634. (2011) Ecosystem-based management for marine fisheries: an evolving perspective [i] [d]
  635. (2011) Palm management in South America [d]
  636. (2011) Ecophilosophy in a world of crisis: critical realism and the Nordic contributions [i]
  637. (2011) The personal life of the behavior analyst [p] [d]
  638. (2011) Coping with global environmental change, disasters and security: threats, challenges, vulnerabilities and risks [i] [d]
  639. (2011) Ecosystem services and fictitious commodities [d]
  640. (2011) Lessons learned from flame retardant use and regulation could enhance future control of potentially hazardous chemicals [d]
  641. (2011) World on the edge: how to prevent environmental and economic collapse [i] [u]
  642. (2011) Social licences to operate: for better not for worse; for richer not for poorer?: the impacts of unplanned mining closure for 'fence line' residential communities [d]
  643. (2011) Environmental inequalities beyond borders: local perspectives on global injustices [i]
  644. (2011) The real cost of cheap food [i]
  645. (2011) Place orientation and rural-urban interdependence [d]
  646. (2011) Myopia and the global financial crisis: context-specific reasoning, market structure, and institutional governance [d]
  647. (2011) Farmer attitudes toward production of perennial energy grasses in east central Illinois: implications for community-based decision making [d]
  648. (2011) Sustainable and resilient communities: a comprehensive action plan for towns, cities, and regions [i]
  649. (2011) Making healthy places: designing and building for health, well-being, and sustainability [i] [d]
  650. (2011) Applying the ecosystem services concept to poverty alleviation: the need to disaggregate human well-being [d]
  651. (2011) What's wrong with my vegetable garden?: 100% organic solutions for all your vegetables, from artichokes to zucchini [i]
  652. (2011) Financial regulation at the crossroads: implications for supervision, institutional design and trade [i]
  653. (2011) Urban pest management: an environmental perspective [i] [d]
  654. (2011) Comparisons of Mayan forest management, restoration, and conservation [d]
  655. (2011) The geography of finance: form and functions [d]
  656. (2011) Small green roofs: low-tech options for greener living [i]
  657. (2011) Broke but unbroken: grassroots social movements and their radical solutions to poverty [i]
  658. (2011) Food systems, planning and quantifying access: using GIS to plan for food retail [d]
  659. (2011) Peasants' rights and the UN system: quixotic struggle? Or emancipatory idea whose time has come? [d]
  660. (2011) Sustainability as a driving force in contemporary library design [d]
  661. (2011) Human dimensions of ecological restoration: integrating science, nature, and culture [i] [d]
  662. (2011) The global politics of food: a critical overview [u]
  663. (2011) Beyond the consumption bubble [i]
  664. (2011) Visualizing energy consumption activities as a tool for making everyday life more sustainable [d]
  665. (2011) Property: Faustian pact or new covenant with earth? [i] [d]
  666. (2011) Full cost accounting for the life cycle of coal [d]
  667. (2011) Fungi, trees, people, nematodes, beetles, and weather: ecologies of vulnerability and ecologies of negotiation in matsutake commodity exchange [d]
  668. (2011) Running to stay in place: the time-use implications of automobile oriented land-use and travel [d]
  669. (2011) Commons, anticommons, semicommons [i]
  670. (2011) Living with herds: human–animal coexistence in Mongolia [i] [d]
  671. (2011) Protecting indigenous values in water management: a challenge to conventional environmental flow assessments [d]
  672. (2011) Methodology and indicators of economy-wide Material Flow Accounting: state of the art and reliability across sources [d]
  673. (2011) Solutions for a cultivated planet [d]
  674. (2011) Doing the right thing: measuring wellbeing for public policy [u]
  675. (2011) Urban reconciliation ecology: the potential of living roofs and walls [d]
  676. (2011) The metabolic pattern of societies: where economists fall short [i]
  677. (2011) The dragons of inaction: psychological barriers that limit climate change mitigation and adaptation [d]
  678. (2011) Backcasting energy futures using industrial ecology [d]
  679. (2011) Water-use efficiency and productivity: rethinking the basin approach [d]
  680. (2011) Collaborative transportation sharing: from theory to practice via a case study from France [i] [d]
  681. (2011) The disentangled bank: how loss of habitat fragments and disassembles ecological networks [d]
  682. (2011) Reconstructing automobility: the making and breaking of modern transportation [d]
  683. (2011) Carrot city: creating places for urban agriculture [i]
  684. (2011) 'Consumption' [d]
  685. (2011) Property rights and sustainability: the evolution of property rights to meet ecological challenges [i] [d]
  686. (2011) A landowner's guide to managing your woods: how to maintain a small acreage for long-term health, biodiversity, and high-quality timber production [i]
  687. (2011) 'Because you got to have heat': the networked assemblage of energy poverty in eastern North Carolina [d]
  688. (2011) Corporate social responsibility in the food sector [d]
  689. (2011) Conservation value of dispersed tree cover threatened by pasture management [d]
  690. (2011) Transparency, consultation and conflict: assessing the micro-level risks surrounding the drive to develop Peru's Amazonian oil and gas resources [d]
  691. (2011) Value chains, social inclusion, and economic development: contrasting theories and realities [i]
  692. (2011) My work is that of conservation: an environmental biography of George Washington Carver [i]
  693. (2011) Reform or transformation?: the pivotal role of food justice in the U.S. food movement [d]
  694. (2011) Toward an integrated GIScience and energy research agenda [d]
  695. (2011) Interpreting industry's impacts: micropolitical ecologies of divergent community responses [d]
  696. (2011) Powering 'progress': regulation and the development of Michigan's electricity landscape [d]
  697. (2011) Enforcing scarcity: oil, violence, and the making of the market [d]
  698. (2011) Assessing the proximity of healthy food options and food deserts in a rural area in Maine [d]
  699. (2011) Where artisanal mines and forest meet: socio-economic and environmental impacts in the Congo Basin [d]
  700. (2011) The planet in 2050: the Lund discourse of the future [i]
  701. (2011) Geographies of shit: spatial and temporal variations in attitudes towards human waste [d]
  702. (2011) Measuring and locating footprints: a case study of Taiwan's rice and wheat consumption footprint [d]
  703. (2011) Water, cultural diversity, and global environmental change: emerging trends, sustainable futures? [i] [d]
  704. (2011) Virtuous circles: values, systems and sustainability [u]
  705. (2011) Food globalization in prehistory [d]
  706. (2011) Making nature whole: a history of ecological restoration [i] [d]
  707. (2011) Tiny homes: simple shelter: scaling back in the century [i]
  708. (2011) Food security: an ecological–social analysis to promote social development [d]
  709. (2011) Ecological economics and institutional change [d]
  710. (2011) Tropical ecology [i]
  711. (2011) Public versus private risk sharing [d]
  712. (2011) Establishing a sustainable mining operation: an overview [d]
  713. (2011) Deforestation and the social impacts of soy for biodiesel: perspectives of farmers in the south Brazilian Amazon [d]
  714. (2011) The gardens of democracy: a new American story of citizenship, the economy, and the role of government [i]
  715. (2011) Reinventing fire: bold business solutions for the new energy era [i]
  716. (2011) Unsustainable development: could it be a Ponzi scheme? [u]
  717. (2011) Powering the dream: the history and promise of green technology [i]
  718. (2011) Environmental protection, inequality, and institutional change [d]
  719. (2011) Another fork in the trail: vegetarian and vegan recipes for the backcountry [i]
  720. (2011) Fixing the game: bubbles, crashes, and what capitalism can learn from the NFL [i]
  721. (2011) Domestic wastewater treatment as a net energy producer: can this be achieved? [d]
  722. (2011) White-tailed deer management strategies and domestication processes [d]
  723. (2011) Growing Buffalo's capacity for local food: a systems framework for sustainable agriculture [d]
  724. (2011) A philosophical analysis of David Orr's theory of ecological literacy: biophilia, ecojustice and moral education in school learning communities [d]
  725. (2011) Plastic ocean: how a sea captain's chance discovery launched a determined quest to save the oceans [i]
  726. (2011) Energy return on investment, peak oil, and the end of economic growth [d]
  727. (2011) Rethinking macroeconomics for sustainability [i]
  728. (2011) 'Papering' over space and place: product carbon footprint modeling in the global paper industry [d]
  729. (2011) Homegrown & handmade: a practical guide to more self-reliant living [i]
  730. (2011) Slow violence and the environmentalism of the poor [i] [d]
  731. (2011) How are WEEE doing?: a global review of the management of electrical and electronic wastes [p] [d]
  732. (2011) Designing our future: local perspectives on bioproduction, ecosystems and humanity [i]
  733. (2011) Visualizing energy consumption activities as a tool for developing effective policy [d]
  734. (2011) Los territorios kechwa-Lamas y la superposición de sus modos ancestrales de relacionarse con la tierra [u]
  735. (2011) Changing land management: adoption of new practices by rural landholders [i]
  736. (2011) Projected water consumption in future global agriculture: scenarios and related impacts [p] [d]
  737. (2011) Beyond postdevelopment: civic responses to regional integration in the Amazon [d]
  738. (2011) Provision of decision support in environmental management [d]
  739. (2011) The Amazon várzea: the decade past and the decade ahead [i] [d]
  740. (2011) Resilience, spirituality and posttraumatic growth: reshaping the effects of climate change [i] [d]
  741. (2011) Sustainable development: capabilities, needs, and well-being [i]
  742. (2011) Envisioning adaptive strategies to change: participatory scenarios for agropastoral semiarid systems in Nicaragua [u]
  743. (2011) Drinking water treatment: focusing on appropriate technology and sustainability [i] [d]
  744. (2011) Returning home and making a living: employment strategies of returning migrants to rural US communities [u]
  745. (2011) The campesino-to-campesino agroecology movement of ANAP in Cuba: social process methodology in the construction of sustainable peasant agriculture and food sovereignty [d]
  746. (2011) Farm anatomy: the curious parts & pieces of country life [i]
  747. (2011) Foraging and farming as niche construction: stable and unstable adaptations [d]
  748. (2011) 'Food desertification': the loss of a major supermarket in New Haven, Connecticut [d]
  749. (2011) Governance ecosystems: CSR in the Latin American mining sector [i] [d]
  750. (2011) Allocating logging rights in Peruvian Amazonia—does it matter to be local? [d]
  751. (2011) Fields of learning: the student farm movement in North America [i]
  752. (2011) Environmental literacy in science and society: from knowledge to decisions [i] [d]
  753. (2011) Trophically balanced sustainable agriculture [d]
  754. (2011) How many slaves are working for you? [u]
  755. (2011) The evolution of local partnerships for sustainable agriculture [d]
  756. (2011) Physiological parameters of plants as indicators of water quality in a constructed wetland [d]
  757. (2011) A political economy approach to foreign investment and local welfare [d]
  758. (2011) Future visioning of local climate change: a framework for community engagement and planning with scenarios and visualisation [d]
  759. (2011) Waste and recycling: theory and empirics [i]
  760. (2011) What will work: fighting climate change with renewable energy, not nuclear power [i] [d]
  761. (2011) Using native plants to restore community: in southwest Michigan and beyond [i]
  762. (2011) Science, energy, ethics, and civilization [i]
  763. (2011) General patterns of niche construction and the management of 'wild' plant and animal resources by small-scale pre-industrial societies [d]
  764. (2011) The edible front yard: the mow-less, grow-more plan for a beautiful, bountiful garden [i]
  765. (2011) Contesting the future of nuclear power: a critical global assessment of atomic energy [i]
  766. (2011) Water resources in Mexico: scarcity, degradation, stress, conflicts, management, and policy [i] [d]
  767. (2011) Beyond the vertical?: using value chains and governance as a framework to analyse private standards initiatives in agri-food chains [d]
  768. (2011) Boundary shifts: from management to engagement in complexities of ecosystems and social contexts [i] [d]
  769. (2011) Microbiology is the basis of sustainable agriculture: an opinion [d]
  770. (2011) Core issues in the economics of biodiversity conservation [d]
  771. (2011) Restoring disturbed landscapes: putting principles into practice [i] [d]
  772. (2011) Legal and administrative regulation of palms and other NTFPs in Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia [d]
  773. (2011) Transnational migration and human security: the migration–development–security nexus [i] [d]
  774. (2011) Metabolic profile of the Colombian economy from 1970 to 2007 [d]
  775. (2011) The ecology of agroecosystems [i]
  776. (2011) Participatory approach to identify interventions to improve the health, safety, and work productivity of smallholder women vegetable farmers in the Gambia [d]
  777. (2011) Packaging for sustainability [i] [d]
  778. (2011) Natural and human economies compared [d]
  779. (2011) Factors influencing food buying practices in residents of a low-income food desert and a low-income food oasis [d]
  780. (2011) Water security: managing at the water–food–energy–climate nexus: the World Economic Forum water initiative [i] [d]
  781. (2011) Climate change and human well-being: global challenges and opportunities [i] [d]
  782. (2011) Sisters of the soil: urban gardening as resistance in Detroit [d]
  783. (2011) Backyard harvest: a year-round guide to growing fruits and vegetables [i]
  784. (2011) How can the financial sector better serve people and the planet?: the need to reimagine finance [d]
  785. (2011)—experiences from using linked open data for environmental impact information [i] [u]
  786. (2011) Diverting indirect subsidies from the nuclear industry to the photovoltaic industry: energy and financial returns [d]
  787. (2011) How does consumer behavior influence regional ecological footprints?: an empirical analysis for Chinese regions based on the multi-region input–output model [d]
  788. (2011) Water flowing north of the border: export agriculture and water politics in a rural community in Baja California [d]
  789. (2011) Ethical principles and economic transformation—a Buddhist approach [i] [d]
  790. (2010) Climate change resilience and adaptation: perspectives from a century of water resources development [d]
  791. (2010) Evaluating municipal water conservation policies using a dynamic simulation model [d]
  792. (2010) A profile of Canadian agritourists and the benefits they seek [u]
  793. (2010) Deforestation drivers in Southwest Amazonia: comparing smallholder farmers in Iñapari, Peru, and Assis Brasil, Brazil [d]
  794. (2010) Building resilience to climate change: ecosystem-based adaptation and lessons from the field [i] [u]
  795. (2010) Water resources [i]
  796. (2010) Restoring ecological health to your land [i]
  797. (2010) Bypassing globalization: barter markets as a new indigenous economy in Peru [d]
  798. (2010) The Amazonian formative: crop domestication and anthropogenic soils [d]
  799. (2010) Ecosystems and human well-being: a manual for assessment practitioners [i] [u]
  800. (2010) State of the world 2010: transforming cultures: from consumerism to sustainability [i]
  801. (2010) Transparency in nonstate certification: consequences for accountability and legitimacy [d]
  802. (2010) Crossing the energy divide: moving from fossil fuel dependence to a clean-energy future [i]
  803. (2010) Who decides what is fair in fair trade?: the agri-environmental governance of standards, access, and price [d]
  804. (2010) Privatizing water: governance failure and the world's urban water crisis [i]
  805. (2010) Habitat as architecture: integrating conservation planning and human health [d]
  806. (2010) Contingent diversity on anthropic landscapes [d]
  807. (2010) Participatory action research and environmental learning: implications for resilient forests and communities [d]
  808. (2010) Social-ecological memory in urban gardens—retaining the capacity for management of ecosystem services [d]
  809. (2010) The atlas of world hunger [i]
  810. (2010) Human ecology: contemporary research and practice [i] [d]
  811. (2010) From hunting fish to managing populations: fisheries science and the destruction of Newfoundland cod fisheries [d]
  812. (2010) Measuring sustainable welfare: a new approach to the ISEW [d]
  813. (2010) The roles and values of wild foods in agricultural systems [d]
  814. (2010) Buying local food: shopping practices, place, and consumption networks in defining food as 'local' [d]
  815. (2010) Why didn't agriculture develop in Japan?: a consideration of Jomon ecological style, niche construction, and the origins of domestication [d]
  816. (2010) Shepherds of the mountains: sheep farming in a north Norwegian alpine landscape as a community of practice [u]
  817. (2010) Integrating poverty and environmental concerns into value-chain analysis: a conceptual framework [d]
  818. (2010) Fair deals for watershed services: lessons from a multi-country action-learning project [i] [u]
  819. (2010) Constructing sustainable palm oil: how actors define sustainability [d]
  820. (2010) Working to eat: vulnerability, food insecurity, and obesity among migrant and seasonal farmworker families [p] [d]
  821. (2010) The Earth Charter: a framework for global governance [i]
  822. (2010) Oceans: the threats to our seas and what you can do to turn the tide: a participant media guide [i]
  823. (2010) Food security, food sovereignty, and local challenges for transnational agrarian movements: the Honduras case [d]
  824. (2010) Does plantation forestry restore biodiversity or create green deserts?: a synthesis of the effects of land-use transitions on plant species richness [d]
  825. (2010) The political-economics of developing markets versus satisfying food needs [d]
  826. (2010) Minimum dwelling [i]
  827. (2010) Water ethics: foundational readings for students and professionals [i]
  828. (2010) Civilizing the economy: a new economics of provision [i] [d]
  829. (2010) Perceptions of climate change, multiple stressors and livelihoods on marginal African coasts [d]
  830. (2010) Coastal governance [i] [d]
  831. (2010) Death and disposal: the universal, environmental dilemma [d]
  832. (2010) Origin and domestication of native Amazonian crops [d]
  833. (2010) Between a pristine myth and an impoverished future [d]
  834. (2010) Lifestyle and energy consumption: a comparison of four collective communities in transition [d]
  835. (2010) Agriculture on the edge: strategies to abate urban encroachment onto agricultural lands by promoting viable human-scale agriculture as an integral element of urbanization [d]
  836. (2010) Of stakes, stems, and cuttings: the importance of local seed systems in traditional Amazonian societies [d]
  837. (2010) Offsetting benefits?: analyzing access to forest carbon [d]
  838. (2010) Moving people: sustainable transport development [i]
  839. (2010) Forecast skill and farmers' skills: seasonal climate forecasts and agricultural risk management in the southeastern United States [d]
  840. (2010) The death of great ships: photography, politics, and waste in the global imaginary [d]
  841. (2010) Creating a forest garden: working with nature to grow edible crops [i]
  842. (2010) Forests, food, and fuel in the tropics: the uneven social and ecological consequences of the emerging political economy of biofuels [d]
  843. (2010) Alternative energy and the energy–environment disconnect [u]
  844. (2010) Global social economy: development, work and policy [i]
  845. (2010) The resilient gardener: food production and self-reliance in uncertain times [i]
  846. (2010) One planet communities: a real-life guide to sustainable living [i]
  847. (2010) International differences in well-being [i]
  848. (2010) Too smart for our own good: the ecological predicament of humankind [i] [d]
  849. (2010) Wastewater irrigation and health: assessing and mitigating risk in low-income countries [i]
  850. (2010) A geographic approach to place and natural resource use in local food systems [d]
  851. (2010) Democracy, ecological integrity and international law [i]
  852. (2010) Overcoming information limitations for the prescription of an environmental flow regime for a Central American river [u]
  853. (2010) Conservation through the economics lens [d]
  854. (2010) Sociometabolic regimes in indigenous communities and the crucial role of working time: a comparison of case studies [u]
  855. (2010) Acculturation, socioeconomic status, and health among Hispanics [d]
  856. (2010) Beyond environmental law: policy proposals for a better environmental future [i] [d]
  857. (2010) Promoting walking and bicycling: assessing the evidence to assist planners [d]
  858. (2010/2014) Smart power: climate change, the smart grid, and the future of electric utilities [i]
  859. (2010) Farm together now: a portrait of people, places, and ideas for a new food movement [i]
  860. (2010) One less car: bicycling and the politics of automobility [i]
  861. (2010) Birds as suppliers of seed dispersal in temperate ecosystems: conservation guidelines from real-world landscapes [d]
  862. (2010) Changing taste preferences, market demands and traditions in Pearl Lagoon, Nicaragua: a community reliant on green turtles for income and nutrition [d]
  863. (2010) Challenges in merging fisheries research and management: the Upper Mississippi River experience [d]
  864. (2010) Beyond the biophysical: knowledge, culture, and politics in agriculture and natural resource management [i] [d]
  865. (2010) Rethinking the dynamics of rural transformation: performing different development pathways in a Philippine municipality [d] [j]
  866. (2010) Fields of dreams: negotiating an ethanol agenda in the Midwest United States [d]
  867. (2010) The conversion to sustainable agriculture: principles, processes, and practices [i]
  868. (2010) Scaling up from gardens: biodiversity conservation in urban environments [d]
  869. (2010) Metal spectra as indicators of development [d]
  870. (2010) Challenges in integrating the concept of ecosystem services and values in landscape planning, management and decision making [d]
  871. (2010) Ignorance and surprise: science, society, and ecological design [i]
  872. (2010) Unsettled account: the evolution of banking in the industrialized world since 1800 [i] [j]
  873. (2010) Foundations of ecological resilience [i]
  874. (2010) The next rural economies: constructing rural place in global economies [i]
  875. (2010) Informal planting of squashes and gourds by rural farmers in southwestern Tamaulipas, Mexico, and implications for the local adoption of food production in prehistory [d]
  876. (2010) Gender and mobility: new approaches for informing sustainability [d]
  877. (2010) Value chain coordination for agrobiodiversity conservation [i]
  878. (2010) When technology fails: getting back to nature [d]
  879. (2010) Spaces of environmental justice [i]
  880. (2010) International trade and environmental justice: toward a global political ecology [i]
  881. (2010) Plants, health and healing: on the interface of ethnobotany and medical anthropology [i]
  882. (2010) Fresh market to supermarket: nutrition transition insights from Chiang Mai, Thailand [d]
  883. (2010) Sustainable natural systems for treatment and disposal of food processing wastewater [d]
  884. (2010) Consulting the genius of the place: an ecological approach to a new agriculture [i]
  885. (2010) Between soil and soil [u]
  886. (2010) Examining the interrelationships between supply chain integration scope and supply chain management efforts [d]
  887. (2010) Permapoesis and artist as family [u]
  888. (2010) Transborder governance of forests, rivers, and seas [i]
  889. (2010) Role of farmers in improving the sustainability of sanitation systems [i] [d]
  890. (2010) Secondary forests on anthropogenic soils in Brazilian Amazonia conserve agrobiodiversity [d]
  891. (2010) Edible wild plants: wild foods from dirt to plate [i]
  892. (2010) Coevolutionary ecological economics [d]
  893. (2010) Food consumption trends and drivers [d]
  894. (2010) Human footprint: everything you will eat, use, wear, buy, and throw out in your lifetime [i]
  895. (2010) Cultivating an ecological conscience: essays from a farmer philosopher [i]
  896. (2010) Place oriented ecological footprint analysis: the case of Israel's grain supply [d]
  897. (2010) Mapping biological resources in the coastal zone: an evaluation of methods in a pioneering study from Norway [d]
  898. (2010) Edible backyards: a qualitative study of household food growing and its contributions to food security [d]
  899. (2010) Indigenous peoples and climate change in Latin America and the Caribbean [i]
  900. (2010) Impacts, adaptation and vulnerability to global environmental change: challenges and pathways for an action-oriented research agenda for middle-income and low-income countries [d]
  901. (2010) Wild product governance: finding policies that work for non-timber forest products [i]
  902. (2010) Material geographies of household sustainability [i]
  903. (2010) The 'demonization' of rainforest migrants, or: what conservation means to poor colonist farmers [i] [d]
  904. (2010) Trade-offs in conservation: deciding what to save [i]
  905. (2010) Scaling up local perceptions of poverty to country level: a proof of concept for rural Honduras [d]
  906. (2010) Sacrifice zones: the front lines of toxic chemical exposure in the United States [i]
  907. (2010) Subjective well-being in rural India: the curse of conspicuous consumption [d]
  908. (2010) Agriculture, biodiversity and markets: livelihoods and agroecology in comparative perspective [i]
  909. (2010) Wastewater management through the ages: a history of mankind [d]
  910. (2010) Holy shit: managing manure to save mankind [i]
  911. (2010) Engineering and sustainable community development [i]
  912. (2010) Global value chains, local collective action and corporate social responsibility: a review of empirical evidence [d]
  913. (2010) Carjacked: the culture of the automobile and its effect on our lives [i]
  914. (2010) Farmers facing rapid agricultural land condition changes in two villages in the Upper Amazon, Peru: can action learning contribute to resilience? [d]
  915. (2010) Traditional ecological knowledge (TEK): ideas, inspiration, and designs for ecological engineering [d]
  916. (2010) Forest certification as a global environmental governance tool: what is the macro-effectiveness of the Forest Stewardship Council? [d]
  917. (2010) A pivotal moment: population, justice, and the environmental challenge [i]
  918. (2010) Towards the development of a GIS method for identifying rural food deserts: geographic access in Vermont, USA [d]
  919. (2010) Chemical ecology in coupled human and natural systems: people, manioc, multitrophic interactions and global change [d]
  920. (2010) Benevolent and benign?: using environmental justice to investigate waste-related impacts of ecotourism in destination communities [i]
  921. (2010) Reframing individual responsibility for sustainable consumption: lessons from environmental justice and ecological citizenship [d] [j]
  922. (2010) On Gandhi's path: Bob Swann's work for peace and community economics [i]
  923. (2010) Food prices and modern retail: the case of Delhi [d]
  924. (2010) 'Opting out': a case study of smallholder rejection of research in western Kenya [i] [d]
  925. (2010) A coevolutionary understanding of agroenvironmental change: a case-study of a rural community in Brazil [d]
  926. (2010) Long-term ecological research: between theory and application [i] [d]
  927. (2010) Lifespan of commodities, Part I: the creation of a database and its review [d]
  928. (2010) Back-end users: the unrecognized stakeholders in demand-driven sanitation [d]
  929. (2010/2015) The sustainability practitioner's guide to social analysis and assessment [i]
  930. (2010) Ethnobiology for a diverse world: microbial ethnobiology and the loss of distinctive food cultures [d]
  931. (2010) Fairness and ethicality in their place: the regional dynamics of fair trade and ethical sourcing agendas in the plantation districts of South India [d]
  932. (2010) Dead planet, living planet: biodiversity and ecosystem restoration for sustainable development: a rapid response assessment [i] [u]
  933. (2010) Provisioning responsibilities: how relationships shape the work that women do [d]
  934. (2010) Optimising economic, environmental, and social objectives: a goal-programming approach in the food sector [d]
  935. (2010) Water sustainability: anthropological approaches and prospects [d]
  936. (2010) Sacred forests of India: a strong tradition of community-based natural resource management [d]
  937. (2010) Co-ordinating passages: understanding the resources needed for everyday mobility [d]
  938. (2010) Obscuring ecosystem function with application of the ecosystem services concept [d]
  939. (2010) Policy review: thoughts on addressing population and climate change in a just and ethical manner [d]
  940. (2010) Evaluating the role of co-management in improving governance of marine protected areas: an experimental approach in the Colombian Caribbean [d]
  941. (2010) Nature and culture: rebuilding lost connections [i]
  942. (2010) The ecological limits of hydrologic alteration (ELOHA): a new framework for developing regional environmental flow standards [d]
  943. (2010) Analyzing water institutions in the 21st century: guidelines for water researchers and professionals [d]
  944. (2010) The top 100 questions of importance to the future of global agriculture [d]
  945. (2010) The biofuel connection—transnational activism and the palm oil boom [d]
  946. (2010) Untangling the environmentalist's paradox: why is human well-being increasing as ecosystem services degrade? [d]
  947. (2010) Integrating poverty and environmental concerns into value-chain analysis: a strategic framework and practical guide [d]
  948. (2010) Evolving power and environmental policy: explaining institutional change with group selection [d]
  949. (2010) Participatory methods of integrated assessment—a review [d]
  950. (2010) Understanding food insecurity among Latino immigrant families in rural America [d]
  951. (2010) Facilitating sustainable innovation through collaboration: a multi-stakeholder perspective [i] [d]
  952. (2010) Pennsylvania farm-to-school programs and the articulation of local context [d]
  953. (2010) The politics of food: the global conflict between food security and food sovereignty [i]
  954. (2010) Challenges to legitimacy at the Forest Stewardship Council [d]
  955. (2010) Communal sanitation alternatives for slums: a case study of Kibera, Kenya [d]
  956. (2010) Global water pollution and human health [d]
  957. (2010) Agricultural knowledge in urban and resettled communities: applications to social-ecological resilience and environmental education [d]
  958. (2010) Toward sustainable transport: conventional and disruptive approaches in the U.S. context [d]
  959. (2010) Mindful consumption: a customer-centric approach to sustainability [d]
  960. (2010) Pedagogy of passion for sustainability [u]
  961. (2010) Valuing cattle on mixed smallholdings in the Eastern Amazon [d]
  962. (2010) Local studies manual: a researcher's guide for investigating the social metabolism of local rural systems [u]
  963. (2010) Dealing with environmental responsibilities: living everyday life as political participation [i]
  964. (2010) Energy transitions: history, requirements, prospects [i]
  965. (2010) Two prime movers of globalization: the history and impact of diesel engines and gas turbines [i]
  966. (2010) Environmental policy and household behaviour: sustainability and everyday life [i]
  967. (2010) Seed systems and farmers' seed choices: the case of maize in the Peruvian Amazon [d]
  968. (2010) Food shopping transition: socio-economic characteristics and motivations associated with use of supermarkets in a North African urban environment [d]
  969. (2010) Nature's garden: a guide to identifying, harvesting, and preparing edible wild plants [i]
  970. (2010) Plant use and management in homegardens and swiddens: evidence from the Bolivian Amazon [d]
  971. (2010) The wisdom of property and the politics of the middle classes [i]
  972. (2010) Why the world economy needs a financial crash and other critical essays on finance and financial economics [i]
  973. (2010) Speed kills: the complex links between transport, lack of time and urban health [d]
  974. (2010) United We Can: resource recovery, place and social enterprise [d]
  975. (2010) The human footprint as a conservation planning tool [i] [d]
  976. (2010) Ecosystem valuation [d]
  977. (2010) What do banks do, what should they do and what public policies are needed to ensure best results for the real economy? [u]
  978. (2010) Sustainable development: principles, frameworks, and case studies [i]
  979. (2010) Global environment outlook: Latin America and the Caribbean [i] [u]
  980. (2010) Corporate transparency and green management [d]
  981. (2010) Put 'em up!: a comprehensive home preserving guide for the creative cook, from drying and freezing to canning and pickling [i]
  982. (2010) Social perspectives on the sanitation challenge [i] [d]
  983. (2010) Ethnobotanical knowledge and agrobiodiversity in subsistence farming: case study of home gardens in Phong My commune, central Vietnam [d]
  984. (2010) Global threats to human water security and river biodiversity [d]
  985. (2010) Reducing energy and material flows in cities [d]
  986. (2010) A review of the ecological footprint indicator—perceptions and methods [d]
  987. (2010) Beyond eating right: the emergence of civic dietetics to foster health and sustainability through food system change [d]
  988. (2010) The data-driven life [u]
  989. (2010) Cultivating beyond-capitalist economies [d]
  990. (2010) Women's participation in development programs and food security status [d]
  991. (2010) Accounting for ecosystem services in Life Cycle Assessment, part II: toward an ecologically based LCA [d]
  992. (2010) Accounting for ecosystem services in Life Cycle Assessment, part I: a critical review [d]
  993. (2009) El buen vivir: una via para el desarrollo [i]
  994. (2009) Governing sustainability [i] [d]
  995. (2009) Experiential household food insecurity in an urban underserved slum of North India [d]
  996. (2009) Close to the edge, down by the river?: joining up managed retreat and place attachment in a climate changed world [d]
  997. (2009) Speaking for ourselves: environmental justice in Canada [i]
  998. (2009) Recycling and recovery routes of plastic solid waste (PSW): a review [p] [d]
  999. (2009) Toward a typology for social-ecological systems [u]
  1000. (2009) Pandora's locks: the opening of the Great Lakes–St. Lawrence Seaway [i]
  1001. (2009) Taking the long view: environmental sustainability and delay of gratification [d]
  1002. (2009) Latino farmworkers in the Eastern United States: health, safety and justice [i] [d]
  1003. (2009) Using Total Material Requirement to reduce the global environmental burden [d]
  1004. (2009) Frontiers of commodity chain research [i]
  1005. (2009) Sustainability in the food industry [i]
  1006. (2009) Institutional challenges for mining and sustainability in Peru [d]
  1007. (2009) Understanding relationships among multiple ecosystem services [p] [d]
  1008. (2009) Implementing the results of Material Flow Analysis [d]
  1009. (2009) Coupling agent-based models of subsistence farming with individual-based forest models and dynamic models of water distribution [d]
  1010. (2009) Using strategic sustainable development as an approach to conflict resolution [d]
  1011. (2009) Poverty and proximity to food assistance programs are inversely related to community food security in an Appalachian Ohio region [d]
  1012. (2009) Sustainable agroecosystem management: integrating ecology, economics, and society [i]
  1013. (2009) Tropical turmoil: a biodiversity tragedy in progress [d]
  1014. (2009) Facing global environmental change: environmental, human, energy, food, health and water security concepts [i] [d]
  1015. (2009) The world water crisis: the failures of resource management [i]
  1016. (2009) Material worlds: natural resources, resource geography and the material economy [d]
  1017. (2009) The seasons on Henry's farm: a year of food and life on a sustainable farm [i]
  1018. (2009) A survey of energy and environmental applications of glass [d]
  1019. (2009) Right relationship: building a whole earth economy [i]
  1020. (2009) Cuban home gardens and their role in social-ecological resilience [d]
  1021. (2009) Wants, needs and satisfaction: a comparative study in Thailand and Bangladesh [d]
  1022. (2009) Farm city: the education of an urban farmer [i]
  1023. (2009) Population and deforestation: why rural migration matters [d]
  1024. (2009) Principles of ecosystem stewardship: resilience-based natural resource management in a changing world [i] [d]
  1025. (2009) Renewable energy from agro-residues in China: solid biofuels and biomass briquetting technology [d]
  1026. (2009) Tropical botanical gardens: at the in situ ecosystem management frontier [d]
  1027. (2009) Food insecurity and risk of poor health among US-born children of immigrants [p] [d]
  1028. (2009/2017) Power from the sun: a practical guide to solar electricity [i]
  1029. (2009) Rethinking global commodity chains: integrating extraction, transport, and manufacturing [d]
  1030. (2009) Public participation and better environmental decisions: the promise and limits of participatory processes for the quality of environmentally related decision-making [i] [d]
  1031. (2009) The winter harvest handbook: year-round vegetable production using deep-organic techniques and unheated greenhouses [i]
  1032. (2009) Consumer demand for local produce at extended season farmers' markets: guiding farmer marketing strategies [d]
  1033. (2009) Water, food and livelihoods in river basins [d]
  1034. (2009) Human modification of a large meandering Amazonian river: genesis, ecological and economic consequences of the Masisea cutoff on the central Ucayali, Peru [d]
  1035. (2009) Does farm worker health vary between localised and globalised food supply systems? [d]
  1036. (2009) Ecosystem services in decision making: time to deliver [d]
  1037. (2009) Three anathemas on limiting economic growth [d]
  1038. (2009) Energy policy today and tomorrow—toward sustainability? [u]
  1039. (2009) Managing genetic variation in tropical trees: linking knowledge with action in agroforestry ecosystems for improved conservation and enhanced livelihoods [d]
  1040. (2009) 'In a country as affluent as America, people should be eating': experiences with and perceptions of food insecurity among rural and urban Oregonians [p] [d]
  1041. (2009) Agenda for a sustainable America [i]
  1042. (2009) Paid and unpaid labour in the social economy: an international perspective [i] [d]
  1043. (2009) Footprints to the future [d]
  1044. (2009) Recreational hunting, conservation, and rural livelihoods [i] [d]
  1045. (2009) Bicycling for transportation and health: the role of infrastructure [d]
  1046. (2009) Banking seed: use and value in the conservation of agricultural diversity [d]
  1047. (2009) The work of environmental governance networks: traceability, credibility and certification by the Forest Stewardship Council [d]
  1048. (2009) From wasteland to waste site: the role of discourse in nuclear power's environmental injustices [d]
  1049. (2009) Well-being for all: concepts and tools for social cohesion = Le bien-être pour tous: concepts et outils de la cohésion sociale [i]
  1050. (2009) Well-being is a process of becoming: respondent-led research with organic farmers in Madagascar [d]
  1051. (2009) Using test communities to demonstrate household waste separation procedures in Brazil [d]
  1052. (2009) The unbounded home: property values beyond property lines [i]
  1053. (2009) Integrating resilience thinking and optimisation for conservation [d]
  1054. (2009) Defining and classifying ecosystem services for decision making [d]
  1055. (2009) Origins of the Maya forest garden: Maya resource management [d]
  1056. (2009) Sink: the dirt of systems [d]
  1057. (2009) The virtue of simplicity [d]
  1058. (2009) Prospects for tropical forest biodiversity in a human-modified world [d]
  1059. (2009) Catalyzing collaboration: Wisconsin's agency-initiated basin partnerships [d]
  1060. (2009) Unquenchable: America's water crisis and what to do about it [i]
  1061. (2009) New perspectives on agri-environmental policies: a multidisciplinary and transatlantic approach [i]
  1062. (2009) The history of ecosystem services in economic theory and practice: from early notions to markets and payment schemes [d]
  1063. (2009) The end of money and the future of civilization [i]
  1064. (2009) Escaping the bondage of the dominant agrifood system: community-based cooperative strategies [u]
  1065. (2009) Chasing molecules: poisonous products, human health, and the promise of green chemistry [i] [d]
  1066. (2009) Experience-based measures of food and water security: biocultural approaches to grounded measures of insecurity [d]
  1067. (2009) A new global monitoring system for food insecurity? [p] [d]
  1068. (2009) The progressive increase of food waste in America and its environmental impact [d]
  1069. (2009) Squeezed: what you don't know about orange juice [i]
  1070. (2009) Environmental decision-making: exploring complexity and context [i]
  1071. (2009) Hours of work and the ecological footprint of nations: an exploratory analysis [d]
  1072. (2009) Creating alternatives: a participant observer's reflections on the emerging local food system in Kansas City [u]
  1073. (2009) The emergence of human uniqueness: characters underlying behavioral modernity [d]
  1074. (2009) Novel ecosystems: implications for conservation and restoration [d]
  1075. (2009) A cross-national analysis of how economic inequality predicts biodiversity loss [d]
  1076. (2009) Increased biofuel production in the coming decade: to what extent will it affect global freshwater resources? [d]
  1077. (2009) Zero-sum world: challenges in conceptualizing environmental load displacement and ecologically unequal exchange in the world-system [d]
  1078. (2009) Visualizing food system concentration and consolidation [u]
  1079. (2009) Housing you can afford [u]
  1080. (2009) Food sovereignty and the international assessment of agricultural knowledge, science and technology for development [d]
  1081. (2009) Prosperity without growth: economics for a finite planet [i]
  1082. (2009) Guide to supply chain management [i]
  1083. (2009) Good for a national cemetery: questions of land use and an 1888 Botanical Expedition across Northern Michigan [d]
  1084. (2009) The sociology of unequal exchange in ecological context: a panel study of lower-income countries, 1975–2000 [d]
  1085. (2009) The evolutionary and ecological roots of human social organization [d]
  1086. (2009) Footprints on the prairies: degradation and sustainability of Canadian agricultural land in a globalizing world [d]
  1087. (2009) A research agenda for improving national Ecological Footprint accounts [d]
  1088. (2009) Can tropical farmers reconcile subsistence needs with forest conservation? [d]
  1089. (2009) Agrobiodiversity conservation and economic development [i]
  1090. (2009) Payments for ecosystem services as commodity fetishism [d]
  1091. (2009) Globalization and the connection of remote communities: a review of household effects and their biodiversity implications [d]
  1092. (2009) Developing conditions for environmentally sustainable consumption: drawing insight from anti-smoking policy [d]
  1093. (2009) Growth in global materials use, GDP and population during the 20th century [d]
  1094. (2009) Measuring the subjective well-being of nations: national accounts of time use and well-being [i]
  1095. (2009) Indigenous peoples' food systems: the many dimensions of culture, diversity and environment for nutrition and health [i]
  1096. (2009) Source separation: will we see a paradigm shift in wastewater handling? [d]
  1097. (2009) Aboriginal environmental knowledge: rational reverence [i]
  1098. (2009) Environment and employment: a reconciliation [i]
  1099. (2009) Sustainable production consumption systems [i] [d]
  1100. (2009) The governance of ecosystem services from tropical upland watersheds [d]
  1101. (2009) The globalization and re-localization of material flows: four phases of food regulation [d]
  1102. (2009) Integrated water resources management in practice: better water management for development [i]
  1103. (2009) Mapping international flows of electronic waste [d]
  1104. (2009) The paradigm of management, management systems, and resource stewardship [d]
  1105. (2009) Payment for environmental services in agricultural landscapes: economic policies and poverty reduction in developing countries [i]
  1106. (2009) Circuits of scrap: closed loop industrial ecosystems and the geography of US international recyclable material flows 1995–2005 [d]
  1107. (2009) The politics of sewerage: contested narratives on growth, science, and nature [d]
  1108. (2009) Potential availability of urban wood biomass in Michigan: implications for energy production, carbon sequestration and sustainable forest management in the U.S.A. [d]
  1109. (2009) Managing Amazonian palms for community use: a case of aguaje palm (Mauritia flexuosa) in Peru [d]
  1110. (2009) Pedaling revolution: how cyclists are changing American cities [i]
  1111. (2009) Diet and the environment: does what you eat matter? [d]
  1112. (2009) Socially sustainable economic de-growth [d]
  1113. (2009) Earth in our care: ecology, economy, and sustainability [i]
  1114. (2009) Cross-movement coalition formation: bridging the labor–environment divide [d]
  1115. (2009) When fantasy has consequences [d]
  1116. (2009) Social learning through evaluation: a case study of overcoming constraints for management of dryland salinity [d]
  1117. (2009) Living above the store: building a business that creates value, inspires change, and restores land and community [i]
  1118. (2009) Green guide for artists: nontoxic recipes, green art ideas, & resources for the eco-conscious artist [i]
  1119. (2009) Third-party certification, food standards and quality assurance in supply chains [d]
  1120. (2009) The excess of modernity: garbage politics in Oaxaca, Mexico [d]
  1121. (2009) Getting to better water quality outcomes: the promise and challenge of the citizen effect [d]
  1122. (2009) Sustainable development in practice: sustainomics methodology and applications [i] [d]
  1123. (2009) The raw material equivalents of international trade: empirical evidence for Latin America [d]
  1124. (2009) Where our food comes from: retracing Nikolay Vavilov's quest to end famine [i]
  1125. (2009) Biodiversity, ecosystem functioning, and human wellbeing: an ecological and economic perspective [i] [d]
  1126. (2009) Institutional analysis and praxis: the social fabric matrix approach [i] [d]
  1127. (2009) Hidden costs of energy: unpriced consequences of energy production and use [i] [d] [u]
  1128. (2009) Value chain struggles: institutions and governance in the plantation districts of South India [i]
  1129. (2009/2017) Resilient cities: overcoming fossil fuel dependence [or: Resilient cities: responding to peak oil and climate change] [i] [d]
  1130. (2009) The provisioning responsibilities of older women [d]
  1131. (2009) Improving environmental sanitation, health, and well-being: a conceptual framework for integral interventions [d]
  1132. (2009) Understanding the functional principles of nature—proposing another type of ecosystem services [d]
  1133. (2009) Public produce: the new urban agriculture [i]
  1134. (2009) Ecosystem services: from eye-opening metaphor to complexity blinder [d]
  1135. (2009) 'Life here is just scraping by': livelihood strategies and social networks among peasant households in Honduras [d]
  1136. (2009) Scientific bases of macroenvironmental indicators [d]
  1137. (2009) Growing and eating green: careers in farming, producing, and marketing food [i]
  1138. (2009) Beyond foodscapes: considering geographies of Indigenous well-being [d]
  1139. (2009) Water, ecology and health: ecosystems as settings for promoting health and sustainability [d]
  1140. (2009) Hunting for sustainability in tropical secondary forests [d]
  1141. (2009) Ecosystem services: foundations, opportunities, and challenges for the forest products sector [d]
  1142. (2009) Breakthrough communities: sustainability and justice in the next American metropolis [i]
  1143. (2009) Not all salmon are created equal: Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of global salmon farming systems [d]
  1144. (2009) Nature's matrix: linking agriculture, conservation and food sovereignty [i]
  1145. (2009) Foodshed analysis and its relevance to sustainability [d]
  1146. (2009) Design revolution: 100 products that empower people [i]
  1147. (2009) Food versus biofuels: environmental and economic costs [d]
  1148. (2009) Cambio climático y sabiduría andino amazónica, Perú: prácticas, percepciones y adaptaciones indígenas [o] [u]
  1149. (2009) Stakeholder analysis and social network analysis in natural resource management [d]
  1150. (2009) Integrated pest management: concepts, tactics, strategies and case studies [i] [d]
  1151. (2009) Mapping community values for natural capital and ecosystem services [d]
  1152. (2009) Landscaping with fruit: a homeowner's guide [i]
  1153. (2009) XS future: new ideas, small structures [i]
  1154. (2009) Fishing, foraging and farming in the Bolivian Amazon: on a local society in transition [i] [d]
  1155. (2009) E-waste: an assessment of global production and environmental impacts [d]
  1156. (2009) From management to negotiation: technical and institutional innovations for integrated water resource management in the Upper Comoé River Basin, Burkina Faso [d]
  1157. (2009) Dietary associations of household food insecurity among children of Mexican descent: results of a binational study [d]
  1158. (2009) Kitchen table sustainability: practical recipes for community engagement with sustainability [i]
  1159. (2009) Ecologically unequal exchange, world polity, and biodiversity loss: a cross-national analysis of threatened mammals [d]
  1160. (2009) Measuring potential access to food stores and food-service places in rural areas in the U.S. [d]
  1161. (2009) Voluntary simplicity: an exploration of market interactions [d]
  1162. (2009) Biodiversity, food consumption and ecological niche dimension: a study case of the riverine populations from the Rio Negro, Amazonia, Brazil [d]
  1163. (2009) Resource resilience, human niche construction, and the long-term sustainability of pre-Columbian subsistence economies in the Mississippi river valley corridor [d]
  1164. (2009) Feeding the city: towards a new research and planning agenda [d]
  1165. (2009) Socioeconomic dimensions of mercury pollution abatement: engaging artisanal mining communities in Sub-Saharan Africa [d]
  1166. (2009) Cleaning up water? Or building rural community? Community watershed organizations in Pennsylvania [d]
  1167. (2009) Waste: uncovering the global food scandal [i]
  1168. (2009) Constrained choice and ethical dilemmas in land management: environmental quality and food safety in California agriculture [d]
  1169. (2009/2012) The survival handbook: essential skills for outdoor adventure [i]
  1170. (2009) Sustainable recycling of municipal solid waste in developing countries [p] [d]
  1171. (2009) A water accounting system for strategic water management [d]
  1172. (2009) Water in a changing world [i] [u]
  1173. (2009) Botanical literacy: what and how should students learn about plants? [d]
  1174. (2009) Scale, composition, and technology [d]
  1175. (2009) Conceptualizing sustainable development: an assessment methodology connecting values, knowledge, worldviews and scenarios [d]
  1176. (2009) Connected community and household food-based strategy (CCH-FBS): its importance for health, food safety, sustainability and security in diverse localities [d]
  1177. (2009) Today's food system: how healthy is it? [d]
  1178. (2009) Event ecology, causal historical analysis, and human–environment research [d]
  1179. (2009) Measuring the benefits of compact development on vehicle miles and climate change [d]
  1180. (2009) Home gardening for tropical biodiversity conservation [d]
  1181. (2009) Food provisioning strategies, food insecurity, and stress in an economically vulnerable community: the Northern Cheyenne case [d]
  1182. (2009) The politics of food supply: U.S. agricultural policy in the world economy [i]
  1183. (2009) The organic farmer's business handbook: a complete guide to managing finances, crops, and staff—and making a profit [i]
  1184. (2009) Reworking the metabolic rift: La Vía Campesina, agrarian citizenship, and food sovereignty [d]
  1185. (2009) Intrahousehold disparities in women and men's experiences of water insecurity and emotional distress in urban Bolivia [d]
  1186. (2008) Local food economies: driving forces, challenges, and future prospects [d]
  1187. (2008) Global integration of subsistence economies and women's empowerment: an experience from Nepal [i]
  1188. (2008) What makes organic agriculture move: protest, meaning or market?: a polyocular approach to the dynamics and governance of organic agriculture [d]
  1189. (2008) Scaling up agroecological approaches for food sovereignty in Latin America [d]
  1190. (2008) Protected landscapes and agrobiodiversity values [i]
  1191. (2008) Rural population change in developing countries: lessons for policymaking [d]
  1192. (2008) Connecting hand, mind, and community: vocational education for social and environmental renewal [u]
  1193. (2008) Saving biological diversity: balancing protection of endangered species and ecosystems [i] [d]
  1194. (2008) Strategies to enhance and maintain quality of life: the case of nonmetropolitan Illinois [u]
  1195. (2008) Can plantations develop understory biological and physical attributes of naturally regenerated forests? [d]
  1196. (2008) The emergence and framing of farm-to-school initiatives: civic engagement, health and local agriculture [d]
  1197. (2008) Sustainable energy production and consumption: benefits, strategies and environmental costing [i] [d]
  1198. (2008) Contention and ambiguity: mining and the possibilities of development [d]
  1199. (2008) Expanding architecture: design as activism [i]
  1200. (2008) Managing abandoned farmland: the need to link biological and sociological aspects [d]
  1201. (2008) Contesting expertise: the politics of environmental knowledge in northern Indian groundwater practices [d]
  1202. (2008) The last taboo: opening the door on the global sanitation crisis [i]
  1203. (2008) Globalization and environmental challenges: reconceptualizing security in the 21st century [i] [d]
  1204. (2008) River futures: an integrative scientific approach to river repair [i]
  1205. (2008) Plantation forests and biodiversity: oxymoron or opportunity? [d]
  1206. (2008) Family farms are still around: time to invert the old agrarian question [d]
  1207. (2008) Toward a relational concept of uncertainty: about knowing too little, knowing too differently, and accepting not to know [u]
  1208. (2008) A striking profile: soil ecological knowledge in restoration management and science [d]
  1209. (2008) Biodiversity conservation issues of Northeast India [d]
  1210. (2008) Sustaining life: how human health depends on biodiversity [i]
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  1213. (2008) Community-based food systems in Michigan: cultivating diverse collaborations from the ground up [u]
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  1220. (2008) Moroccan households in the world economy: labor and inequality in a Berber Village [i]
  1221. (2008) 75 green businesses you can start to make money and make a difference [i]
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  1243. (2008) Economy's tension: the dialectics of community and market [i]
  1244. (2008) Recovering resources—recycling citizenship: urban poverty reduction in Latin America [i]
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  1250. (2008) Principles of integrated agricultural systems: introduction to processes and definition [d]
  1251. (2008) South Asia: an environmental history [i]
  1252. (2008) Ecology and the limits of justice: establishing capability ceilings in Nussbaum's capabilities approach [d]
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  1256. (2008) Introduction of floating gardening in the north-eastern wetlands of Bangladesh for nutritional security and sustainable livelihood [d]
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  1261. (2008) Human health effects of air pollution [p] [d]
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  1270. (2008) Understanding persistent food insecurity: a paradox of place and circumstance [d]
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  1310. (2008) Locating backup facilities to enhance supply chain disaster resilience [d]
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  1313. (2008) Human impacts on ancient marine ecosystems: a global perspective [i]
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  1316. (2008) Food sovereignty and the contemporary food crisis [d]
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  1323. (2008) Saving forests, protecting people?: environmental conservation in Central America [i]
  1324. (2008) Biodiversity conservation and agricultural sustainability: towards a new paradigm of 'ecoagriculture' landscapes [d]
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  1328. (2008) Energy in nature and society: general energetics of complex systems [i]
  1329. (2008) 'I'm getting desperate': what we know about farmers' markets that fail [d]
  1330. (2008) Rural mothers' use of formal programs and informal social supports to meet family food needs: a mixed methods study [d]
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  1332. (2008) Inquiries into the nature of slow money: investing as if food, farms, and fertility mattered [i]
  1333. (2008) Domesticated landscapes [i]
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  1336. (2008) A comparison of The Limits to Growth with 30 years of reality [d]
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  1339. (2008) Sustainable food consumption among young adults in Belgium: theory of planned behaviour and the role of confidence and values [d]
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  1341. (2008) Kitchen literacy: how we lost knowledge of where food comes from and why we need to get it back [i]
  1342. (2008) Aquatic habitats in sustainable urban water management: science, policy and practice [i]
  1343. (2008) Against the grain: the Vayda tradition in human ecology and ecological anthropology [i]
  1344. (2008) The ecosystem approach: complexity, uncertainty, and managing for sustainability [i]
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  1346. (2008) Increasing acres to decrease inches: comparing the agricultural land requirements of a low-carbohydrate, high-protein diet with a MyPyramid diet [d]
  1347. (2008) Civic dietetics: opportunities for integrating civic agriculture concepts into dietetic practice [d]
  1348. (2008) Closing the food gap: resetting the table in the land of plenty [i]
  1349. (2008) The use of system dynamics simulation in water resources management [d]
  1350. (2008) Agroecological economics: sustainability and biodiversity [i]
  1351. (2008) Pedal power: the quiet rise of the bicycle in American public life [i]
  1352. (2008) The fight over food: producers, consumers, and activists challenge the global food system [i]
  1353. (2007) Sustainable agriculture: towards a conflict management based agricultural extension [u]
  1354. (2007) Beans: a history [i]
  1355. (2007) Energy supply, its demand and security issues for developed and emerging economies [d]
  1356. (2007) Assessment of the nutrition and physical activity education needs of low-income, rural mothers: can technology play a role? [d]
  1357. (2007) Handbook of sustainable development [i]
  1358. (2007) Nature farming: integration of traditional knowledge systems with modern farming in rice [u]
  1359. (2007) Impeding ecological sustainability through selective moral disengagement [d]
  1360. (2007) Cultural mosaics and mental models of nature [d]
  1361. (2007/2014) Sustainability accounting and accountability [i]
  1362. (2007) Caring for the community: an exploratory comparison of waste reduction behaviour by British and Brazilian consumers [d]
  1363. (2007) Biodiversity in agricultural production systems [i]
  1364. (2007) Adaptive co-management: collaboration, learning, and multi-level governance [i]
  1365. (2007) From material flow analysis to material flow management, part II: the role of structural agent analysis [d]
  1366. (2007) From material flow analysis to material flow management, part I: social sciences modeling approaches coupled to MFA [d]
  1367. (2007) How everyday products make people sick: toxins at home and in the workplace [i]
  1368. (2007) Sustainable economic organisation: simply a matter of reconceptualisation or a need for a new ethics? [d]
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  1373. (2007) Principles and processes for enhancing sustainable rural livelihoods: collaborative learning in Uganda [d]
  1374. (2007) When homes become prisons: the relational spaces of postsocialist energy poverty [d]
  1375. (2007) Biocomplexity and conservation of biodiversity hotspots: three case studies from the Americas [d]
  1376. (2007) Fair future: resource conflicts and global justice [i]
  1377. (2007) Encyclopedia of energy engineering and technology [i]
  1378. (2007) Food insufficiency in urban Latino families [d]
  1379. (2007) Hunger of the body and hunger of the mind: African American women's perceptions of food insecurity, health and violence [p] [d]
  1380. (2007) Circles of association: the connections of community-based food systems [d]
  1381. (2007) Old fields: dynamics and restoration of abandoned farmland [i]
  1382. (2007) Measures of the effects of agricultural practices on ecosystem services [d]
  1383. (2007) Education for sustainability in local government: handbook [u]
  1384. (2007) Teaching of energy issues: a debate proposal for a global reorientation [d]
  1385. (2007) From sago to rice, from forest to town: the consequences of sedentarization for the nutritional ecology of Punan former hunter-gatherers of Borneo [p] [d]
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  1391. (2007) Foraging in the fallows: hunting patterns across a successional continuum in the Peruvian Amazon [d]
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  1450. (2007) Energy efficiency and conservation for individual Americans [d]
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  1453. (2007) Water-flushing toilets: systemic development and path-dependent characteristics and their bearing on technological alternatives [d]
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  1462. (2007) Concepts and applications in environmental geochemistry [i]
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  1465. (2007) The grasslands of the United States: an environmental history [i]
  1466. (2007) Design for the other 90% [i]
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  1468. (2007) African American environmental thought: foundations [i]
  1469. (2007) Kitchenscapes, tablescapes, platescapes, and foodscapes: influences of microscale built environments on food intake [d]
  1470. (2007) United States West Coast: an environmental history [i]
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  1473. (2007) Agriculture and working-class political culture: a lesson from The grapes of wrath [d]
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  1475. (2007) Un/re-constructing the agrarian dream: going back-to-the-land with an organic marketing co-operative in south-central Pennsylvania, USA [d]
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  1483. (2007) Multi-stakeholder platforms for integrated water management [i]
  1484. (2007) Mahinga kai [d]
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  1487. (2007) Canada and arctic North America: an environmental history [i]
  1488. (2007) Ecosystem services and dis-services to agriculture [d]
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  1490. (2006) The social ecology of tropical forests: migration, populations and frontiers [i]
  1491. (2006) Sociedades caboclas amazônicas: modernidade e invisibilidade [i]
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  1493. (2006) Ethical sourcing in the global food system [i]
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  1495. (2006) Riquezas del bosque: frutas, remedios y artesanías en América Latina [i] [u]
  1496. (2006) Luxus consumption: wasting food resources through overeating [d]
  1497. (2006) The ecology of learning: sustainability, lifelong learning, and everyday life [i]
  1498. (2006) Redesigning agriculture [d]
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  1502. (2006) Rural leaders, rural places: problem, privilege, and possibility [u]
  1503. (2006) Traditional medicinal plant use in Northern Peru: tracking two thousand years of healing culture [d]
  1504. (2006/2013) Market farming success: the business of growing and selling local food [i]
  1505. (2006) Planted forests and biodiversity [o] [u]
  1506. (2006) Do you see what I see?: examining the epistemic barriers to sustainable agriculture [d]
  1507. (2006) Ecology for transformation [d]
  1508. (2006) Where the poor are: an atlas of poverty [i] [u]
  1509. (2006) Effect of historical changes in land use and climate on the water budget of an urbanizing watershed [d]
  1510. (2006) The end of the line: how overfishing is changing the world and what we eat [i]
  1511. (2006) Commonalities in the experience of household food insecurity across cultures: what are measures missing? [p] [d]
  1512. (2006) Sustainable consumption research as democratic expertise [d]
  1513. (2006) Children of the sun: a history of humanity's unappeasable appetite for energy [i]
  1514. (2006) The ecology of transportation: managing mobility for the environment [i]
  1515. (2006) Southern United States: an environmental history [i]
  1516. (2006) The emergence of agriculture in New Guinea: a model of continuity from pre-existing foraging practices [i] [j]
  1517. (2006) Biodiversity loss threatens human well-being [d]
  1518. (2006) Environmental citizenship [i]
  1519. (2006) Freshwater biodiversity: importance, threats, status and conservation challenges [d]
  1520. (2006) Production of biodiesel from waste frying oils [p] [d]
  1521. (2006) A framework for sustainable materials management [d]
  1522. (2006) Agricultural biodiversity, nutrition, and health: making a difference to hunger and nutrition in the developing world [p] [d]
  1523. (2006) The effects of the local food environment and social support on rural food insecurity [d]
  1524. (2006) What organic and fair trade labels do not tell us: towards a place-based understanding of certification [d]
  1525. (2006) Product design for the environment: a life cycle approach [i]
  1526. (2006) Wood: craft, culture, history [i]
  1527. (2006) Beyond affluent foragers: rethinking hunter-gatherer complexity [i]
  1528. (2006) High tech trash: digital devices, hidden toxics, and human health [i]
  1529. (2006) How much should a person consume?: environmentalism in India and the United States [i]
  1530. (2006) Reflections on nutritional health and the environment: the journey to sustainability [d]
  1531. (2006) The global socioeconomic energetic metabolism as a sustainability problem [d]
  1532. (2006) From LTER to LTSER: conceptualizing the socioeconomic dimension of long-term socioecological research [u]
  1533. (2006) River of love in an age of pollution: the Yamuna River of northern India [i]
  1534. (2006) Plant conservation: an ecosystem approach [i]
  1535. (2006) Policymaking for a good society: the social fabric matrix approach to policy analysis and program evaluation [i] [d]
  1536. (2006) A history of organic farming: transitions from Sir Albert Howard's War in the soil to USDA national organic program [d]
  1537. (2006) Spatial scales, stakeholders and the valuation of ecosystem services [d]
  1538. (2006) Better land husbandry: from soil conservation to holistic land management [i]
  1539. (2006) Fruit and vegetable access in four low-income food deserts communities in Minnesota [d]
  1540. (2006) Corridor ecology: the science and practice of linking landscapes for biodiversity conservation [i]
  1541. (2006) Campesino a campesino: voices from Latin America's farmer to farmer movement for sustainable agriculture [i]
  1542. (2006) Demonstrating environmental citizenship?: a study of everyday life among green activists [i]
  1543. (2006) Environmentalism and the bicycle [d]
  1544. (2006/2016) What is environmental history? [i]
  1545. (2006) Zonificación ecológica económica de la provincia de Tocache [u]
  1546. (2006) Farming and the fate of wild nature: essays in conservation-based agriculture [i]
  1547. (2006) High value forests, hidden economies and elite capture: evidence from forest user groups in Nepal's Terai [d]
  1548. (2006) Victual vicissitudes: consumer deskilling and the (gendered) transformation of food systems [d]
  1549. (2006) Linking ecological footprints with ecosystem valuation in the provisioning of urban freshwater [d]
  1550. (2006) Linking biodiversity, diet and health in policy and practice [p] [d]
  1551. (2006) Behavioral ecology and the transition to agriculture [i] [j]
  1552. (2006) The earth knows my name: food, culture, and sustainability in the gardens of ethnic Americans [i]
  1553. (2006) Handbook of the economics of giving, altruism and reciprocity [i]
  1554. (2006) On the paradox of corporate social responsibility: how can we use social science and natural science for a new vision? [d]
  1555. (2006) Tropical homegardens: a time-tested example of sustainable agroforestry [i] [d]
  1556. (2006) Land-use and land-cover change: local processes and global impacts [i]
  1557. (2006) The box: how the shipping container made the world smaller and the world economy bigger [i]
  1558. (2006) Habitat fragmentation and landscape change: an ecological and conservation synthesis [i]
  1559. (2006) Networks of agri-environmental action: temporality, spatiality and identity in agricultural environments [d]
  1560. (2006) Sustainability of mangrove harvesting: how do harvesters' perceptions differ from ecological analysis? [u]
  1561. (2006) Teaming with microbes: a gardener's guide to the soil food web [i]
  1562. (2006) Cultural transmission of ethnobotanical knowledge in a rural community of northwestern Patagonia, Argentina [d]
  1563. (2006) Corporate social responsibility in the supply chain: an application in the food industry [d]
  1564. (2006) Action research on land management in the western Amazon, Peru—a research process, its outcomes and the researcher's role [d]
  1565. (2006) Settler welfare on tropical forest frontiers in Latin America [d]
  1566. (2006) The piassaba palm: conservation and development in the buffer zone of Peru's Cordillera Azul National Park [o]
  1567. (2006) Culture and resource conflict: why meanings matter [i]
  1568. (2006) Household food insecurity and food expenditure in Bolivia, Burkina Faso, and the Philippines [p] [d]
  1569. (2006) A media legua: repensando el desarrollo rural [i]
  1570. (2006/2017) People and nature: an introduction to human ecological relations [i]
  1571. (2006) Worlds of food: place, power, and provenance in the food chain [i]
  1572. (2006) Land, ecology, and democracy: a twenty-first century view [p] [d] [j]
  1573. (2006) Mapping the future of world population: projected gain and loss from 1995 to 2025 [u]
  1574. (2006) 'Trabajando duro todos los días': learning from the life experiences of Mexican-origin migrant families [d]
  1575. (2006) When the rivers run dry: water, the defining crisis of the twenty-first century [i]
  1576. (2006) Eating fossil fuels: oil, food and the coming crisis in agriculture [i]
  1577. (2006) Eating and healing: traditional food as medicine [i]
  1578. (2006) Transforming knowledge and ways of knowing for food sovereignty [i] [u]
  1579. (2006) The humane metropolis: people and nature in the 21st-century city [i]
  1580. (2006) Human impacts on Amazonia: the role of traditional ecological knowledge in conservation and development [i]
  1581. (2006) ¿Acaso comemos plata? [o] [u]
  1582. (2006) Energetics of coal substitution by briquettes of agricultural residues [d]
  1583. (2006) Experiences of Latino immigrant families in North Carolina help explain elevated levels of food insecurity and hunger [p] [d]
  1584. (2006) Learning and livelihood [u]
  1585. (2006) Trade liberalization and the diet transition: a public health response [d]
  1586. (2006) Development with identity: community, culture and sustainability in the Andes [i]
  1587. (2006) Earth-sheltered houses: how to build an affordable underground home [i]
  1588. (2006) Less: alternative living strategies = Strategie alternative dell'abitare [i]
  1589. (2006) Regional patterns in global resource extraction [d]
  1590. (2006) Creating a sustainable world: past experience/future struggle [i]
  1591. (2006) Human ecology: biocultural adaptations in human communities [i] [d]
  1592. (2006) After collapse: the regeneration of complex societies [i]
  1593. (2006) Além da madeira: certificação de produtos florestais não-madeireiros [i] [u]
  1594. (2006) Recycle: the essential guide [i]
  1595. (2006) Design like you give a damn: architectural responses to humanitarian crisis [i]
  1596. (2006) Challenging the chip: labor rights and environmental justice in the global electronics industry [i]
  1597. (2006) Eastern North America as an independent center of plant domestication [d]
  1598. (2006) Writers and the war against nature [i]
  1599. (2006) Governing environmental flows: global challenges to social theory [i]
  1600. (2006) Sustainable development in the rural US Midwest: the m-commerce solution: the wireless critical infrastructure [d]
  1601. (2006) The Earthscan reader in rural–urban linkages [i]
  1602. (2006) Harvested, hunted and home grown: the prevalence of self-provisioning in rural Canada [u]
  1603. (2006) The forager's harvest: a guide to identifying, harvesting, and preparing edible wild plants [i]
  1604. (2006) From landscape research to landscape planning: aspects of integration, education and application [i]
  1605. (2006) Self-sufficient agriculture: labour and knowledge in small-scale farming [i]
  1606. (2006) Coming to understanding: developing conservation through incremental learning in the Pacific Northwest [d]
  1607. (2006) Water: a shared responsibility [i] [u]
  1608. (2006) The role of human, social, built, and natural capital in explaining life satisfaction at the country level: toward a National Well-Being Index (NWI) [d]
  1609. (2006) Resilience thinking: sustaining ecosystems and people in a changing world [i]
  1610. (2006) Saberes de siempre en la crianza del monte y de la chacra kechua-Lamista [i] [u]
  1611. (2006) Wireless sensors in agriculture and food industry: recent development and future perspective [d]
  1612. (2006) Footprints in the soil: people and ideas in soil history [i]
  1613. (2006) Extending agroecology: grower participation in partnerships is key to social learning [d]
  1614. (2006) Measuring household food insecurity: why it's so important and yet so difficult to do [p] [d]
  1615. (2006) Wicked policies and righteous economists [u]
  1616. (2006) Fast food/slow food: the cultural economy of the global food system [i]
  1617. (2006) Doing the barter system one better: I'll teach you to throat sing if she teaches me to crochet [u]
  1618. (2006) The advantages of a rooftop garden and other things [d]
  1619. (2006) Globalization & new geographies of conservation [i]
  1620. (2005) A review of intervention studies aimed at household energy conservation [d]
  1621. (2005) Sustainable communities and the challenge of environmental justice [i]
  1622. (2005) Tending the wild: Native American knowledge and the management of California's natural resources [i]
  1623. (2005) Everyone eats: understanding food and culture [i]
  1624. (2005) Wet growth: should water law control land use? [i]
  1625. (2005) The paternalism of partnership: a postcolonial reading of identity in development aid [i]
  1626. (2005) Gender-specific out-migration, deforestation and urbanization in the Ecuadorian Amazon [d]
  1627. (2005) Rural poverty dynamics: development policy implications [d]
  1628. (2005) Environmental and sustainability ethics in supply chain management [p] [d]
  1629. (2005) Forests, water, and people in the humid tropics: past, present, and future hydrological research for intergrated land and water management [i] [d]
  1630. (2005) The snake with golden braids: society, nature, and technology in Andean irrigation [i]
  1631. (2005) A land of ghosts: the braided lives of people and the forest in far western Amazonia [i]
  1632. (2005) The complex forest: communities, uncertainty, and adaptive collaborative management [i]
  1633. (2005) The equitable forest: diversity, community, and resource management [i]
  1634. (2005) Holistic Darwinism: synergy, cybernetics, and the bioeconomics of evolution [i]
  1635. (2005) Northeast and Midwest United States: an environmental history [i]
  1636. (2005) Converting or not converting to organic farming in Austria: farmer types and their rationale [d]
  1637. (2005) Proceed and be bold: Rural Studio after Samuel Mockbee [i]
  1638. (2005) A psychosocial analysis of the human-sanitation nexus [d]
  1639. (2005) Insurance against poverty [i]
  1640. (2005) A life course perspective: understanding food choices in time, social location, and history [d]
  1641. (2005) Design, lifestyles and sustainability: aesthetic consumption in a world of abundance [d]
  1642. (2005) Sustainable consumption of food: a framework for analyzing scenarios about changes in diets [d]
  1643. (2005) Good growing: why organic farming works [i]
  1644. (2005) Sustainability: living with the imperfections [d]
  1645. (2005) Attitudes, beliefs, and prevalence of dumpster diving as a means to obtain food by Midwestern, low-income, urban dwellers [d]
  1646. (2005) Feeding the world: an economic history of agriculture, 1800–2000 [i] [j]
  1647. (2005/2008) Linking conservation and poverty reduction: landscapes, people and power [i]
  1648. (2005/2008) Planetwalker: 22 years of walking, 17 years of silence [i]
  1649. (2005) A framework for assessing the vulnerability of food systems to future shocks [d]
  1650. (2005/2006) The new indicators of well-being and development [i]
  1651. (2005) Training in modest housing construction for those who need it most: an example from Nicaragua [i] [d]
  1652. (2005) Trading down: Africa, value chains, and the global economy [i]
  1653. (2005) Surplus possibilities: postdevelopment and community economies [d]
  1654. (2005) At home in nature: modern homesteading and spiritual practice in America [i]
  1655. (2005) Exploring the frontier of livelihoods research [d]
  1656. (2005) Women and the politics of place [i]
  1657. (2005) The challenge to power: money, investing, and democracy [i]
  1658. (2005) Third-party certification in the global agrifood system [d]
  1659. (2005) Agricultural governance: globalization and the new politics of regulation [i]
  1660. (2005) Economic growth, material flows and the environment: new applications of structural decomposition analysis and physical input-output tables [i]
  1661. (2005) Sustainable development: mapping different approaches [d]
  1662. (2005) Towards a politics of dwelling [u]
  1663. (2005) Modeling historical ecology, thinking about contemporary systems [d]
  1664. (2005) Eating outside the box: FoodShare's Good Food Box and the challenge of scale [d]
  1665. (2005) The renewable energy handbook: a guide to rural independence, off-grid and sustainable living [i]
  1666. (2005) Governance in the global agro-food system: backlighting the role of transnational supermarket chains [d]
  1667. (2005) Maya children: helpers at the farm [i]
  1668. (2005) Ecological sanitation—a way to solve global sanitation problems? [d]
  1669. (2005) Zoned out: regulation, markets, and choices in transportation and metropolitan land-use [i]
  1670. (2005) Water storage: tanks, cisterns, aquifers and ponds [i]
  1671. (2005) Losing ground: farmland preservation, economic utilitarianism, and the erosion of the agrarian ideal [d]
  1672. (2005) Framing the elusive concept of sustainability: a sustainability hierarchy [d]
  1673. (2005) Environmental tipping points: a new paradigm for restoring ecological security [u]
  1674. (2005) Public utilities: management challenges for the 21st century [i]
  1675. (2005) A revolution in eating: how the quest for food shaped America [i]
  1676. (2005) Hungry planet: what the world eats [i]
  1677. (2005) An appraisal of the critique of anthropocentrism and three lesser known themes in Lynn White's 'The historical roots of our ecologic crisis' [d]
  1678. (2005) Seeing the forest and the trees: human–environment interactions in forest ecosystems [i]
  1679. (2005) Speaking of hunger and coping with food insecurity: experiences in the Afro-Ecuadorian highlands [d]
  1680. (2005) Conservation: linking ecology, economics, and culture [i]
  1681. (2005) Fighting standards with standards: harmonization, rents, and social accountability in certified agrofood networks [d]
  1682. (2005) The new atlas of planet management [i]
  1683. (2005) Riparia: ecology, conservation, and management of streamside communities [i]
  1684. (2005) Heirloom seeds and their keepers: marginality and memory in the conservation of biological diversity [i]
  1685. (2005) Nature, culture, and civil society [d]
  1686. (2005) Sustainability: a dissent [d]
  1687. (2005) 'Provisioning': conceptualizing the work of women for 21st century social policy [d]
  1688. (2005) Fragmentation and flow regulation of the world's large river systems [d]
  1689. (2005) Scaling alternative economic practices?: some lessons from alternative currencies [d] [j]
  1690. (2005) Understanding the process of economic change [i] [d]
  1691. (2005) Living on wild plants: evaluation of the rural household economy in Nigeria [d]
  1692. (2005) Slash-and-burn agriculture: the search for alternatives [i]
  1693. (2005) Co-management of natural resources: opportunities for and barriers to working with citizen volunteers [d]
  1694. (2005) Participatory extension as basis for the work of rural extension services in the Amazon [d]
  1695. (2005) Community-based monitoring in support of local sustainability [d]
  1696. (2005) Palms, pastures, and swidden fields: the grounded political ecology of 'agro-extractive/shifting-cultivator peasants' in Maranhão, Brazil [d]
  1697. (2005) Going broke the hard way: the economics of rural failure [u]
  1698. (2005) The pesticide detox: towards a more sustainable agriculture [i]
  1699. (2005/2009) The travels of a T-shirt in the global economy: an economist examines the markets, power, and politics of world trade [i]
  1700. (2005) Norma técnica para elaboración de planes de manejo de castaña [o]
  1701. (2005) Gone tomorrow: the hidden life of garbage [i]
  1702. (2005) Economic development and environmental management in the uplands of Southeast Asia: challenges for policy and institutional development [d]
  1703. (2005) Time strategies, innovation, and environmental policy [i]
  1704. (2005) The Earthscan reader in forestry and development [i]
  1705. (2005) The ecozones of the world: the ecological divisions of the geosphere [i]
  1706. (2005) Interdependence between consumption in the North and sustainable communities in the South [d]
  1707. (2005) Ecological debt: the health of the planet and the wealth of nations [i]
  1708. (2005) Garden game: shifting cultivation, indigenous hunting and wildlife ecology in western Panama [d]
  1709. (2005) Industrial ecology and input-output economics: an introduction [d]
  1710. (2005) On the importance of tightening feedback loops for sustainable development of food systems [d]
  1711. (2005/2016) The world peace diet: eating for spiritual health and social harmony [i]
  1712. (2005) Living beyond our means: natural assets and human well-being [o] [u]
  1713. (2005) Ecosystems and human well-being: synthesis [i] [u]
  1714. (2005) Introducción al monitoreo de la variabilidad de cultivos nativos y sus parientes silvestres [i] [u]
  1715. (2005) Forests at the wildland–urban interface: conservation and management [i]
  1716. (2005) The irony of environmentalism: the ecological futility but political necessity of lifestyle change [d]
  1717. (2005) Material flows accounts: a tool for making environmental policy [i]
  1718. (2005) It's all connected: a comprehensive guide to global issues and sustainable solutions [i]
  1719. (2005) Surviving the city: urban home gardens and the economy of affection in the Brazilian Amazon [d]
  1720. (2005) Food plants of the world: an illustrated guide [i]
  1721. (2005) Big cotton: how a humble fiber created fortunes, wrecked civilizations, and put America on the map [i]
  1722. (2004) Global profit and global justice: using your money to change the world [i]
  1723. (2004) Local services and amenities, neighborhood social capital, and health [d]
  1724. (2004/2011) Sustainable development in practice: case studies for engineers and scientists [i] [d]
  1725. (2004) Home gardens in Amazonian Peru: diversity and exchange of planting material [d]
  1726. (2004) Mapping vulnerability: disasters, development, and people [i]
  1727. (2004) Lean logistics: the nuts and bolts of delivering materials and goods [i]
  1728. (2004) Native to nowhere: sustaining home and community in a global age [i]
  1729. (2004) Survival for a small planet: the sustainable development agenda [i]
  1730. (2004) The no-nonsense guide to water [i]
  1731. (2004/2009) The atlas of water: mapping the world's most critical resource [i]
  1732. (2004) In the way of development: indigenous peoples, life projects, and globalization [i]
  1733. (2004) Facility siting: risk, power and identity in land use planning [i]
  1734. (2004) Connecting levels: a systems view on stakeholder dialogue for sustainability [d]
  1735. (2004) Food supply chain management [i]
  1736. (2004) Contested terrain: mining and the environment [d]
  1737. (2004) Influence of farm management style on adoption of biologically integrated farming practices in California [d]
  1738. (2004) Farmers' bounty: locating crop diversity in the contemporary world [i]
  1739. (2004) Ethnobotany and conservation of biocultural diversity [i]
  1740. (2004) Forest products, livelihoods, and conservation: case studies of non-timber forest product systems [i]
  1741. (2004) World agriculture and the environment: a commodity-by-commodity guide to impacts and practices [i]
  1742. (2004) Borrowed from the future: challenges and guidelines for community-based natural resource management [o] [u]
  1743. (2004) Encyclopedia of energy [i]
  1744. (2004) The challenge of tourism carrying capacity assessment [i]
  1745. (2004) Cultivated plant species diversity in home gardens of an Amazonian peasant village in northeastern Peru [d]
  1746. (2004) Rain forest 'conservation-through-use'?: chambira palm fibre extraction and handicraft production in a land-constrained community, Peruvian Amazon [d]
  1747. (2004) Targeting conservation–development initiatives in tropical forests: insights from analyses of rain forest use and economic reliance among Amazonian peasants [d]
  1748. (2004/2010) Ecological economics: principles and applications [i]
  1749. (2004/2014) The environmental planning handbook for sustainable communities and regions [i]
  1750. (2004) No longer nomadic: changing Punan Tubu lifestyle requires new health strategies [u]
  1751. (2004/2008) Planting green roofs and living walls [i]
  1752. (2004) The ECO guide to careers that make a difference [i]
  1753. (2004) Deeper roots: strengthening community tenure security and community livelihoods [o] [u]
  1754. (2004) The retreat of the elephants: an environmental history of China [i]
  1755. (2004/2015) Hunger, duty, and ecology: on what we owe starving humans [or: Taking hunger seriously] [i]
  1756. (2004) Quenching urban thirst: growing cities and their impacts on freshwater ecosystems [d]
  1757. (2004) The forest for the trees: how humans shaped the north woods [i]
  1758. (2004) Sabores y saberes: comida campesina andina [i] [u]
  1759. (2004) Multi-scale integrated analysis of agroecosystems [i]
  1760. (2004) North-south trade and the distribution of environmental goods and burdens: a biophysical perspective [d]
  1761. (2004) 'As Earth's testimonies tell': wilderness conservation in a changing world [d]
  1762. (2004) Amazonian dark earths: explorations in space and time [i]
  1763. (2004) Help or hindrance?: the global environment facility, biodiversity conservation, and indigenous peoples [u]
  1764. (2004) Land change science: observing, monitoring and understanding trajectories of change on the earth's surface [i]
  1765. (2004) Ecological footprints and human appropriation of net primary production: a comparison [d]
  1766. (2004) Progress towards sustainability?: what the conceptual framework of material and energy flow accounting (MEFA) can offer [d]
  1767. (2004) Gender, the work-life course, and livelihood strategies in a South Indian fish market [d]
  1768. (2004) The transport geography of logistics and freight distribution [d]
  1769. (2004) Gracias a los animales: análisis de la crianza pecuaria familiar en Latinoamérica: con estudios de caso en los valles y el altiplano de Bolivia [i]
  1770. (2004) The Trust for Public Land's conservation finance handbook: how communities are paying for parks and land conservation [i]
  1771. (2004) Earthbag building: the tools, tricks and techniques [i]
  1772. (2004) Establishment success of conservation tree plantations in relation to silvicultural practices in Indiana, USA [d]
  1773. (2004) Space–time constructs for linking information and communication technologies with issues in sustainable transportation [d]
  1774. (2004) Biocultural diversity in the sustainability of developing-country food systems [p] [d]
  1775. (2004) Psychology and consumer culture: the struggle for a good life in a materialistic world [i]
  1776. (2004) Gardens and dwelling: people in vernacular gardens [d]
  1777. (2004) Elemental cycles: a status report on human or natural dominance [d]
  1778. (2004) Collaborative environmental management: what roles for government? [i]
  1779. (2004) The enigma of tropical homegardens [d]
  1780. (2004) Resource recovery and reuse in organic solid waste management [i]
  1781. (2004/2009) Global crises, global solutions [i] [d]
  1782. (2004) Riches of the forest: fruits, remedies, and handicrafts in Latin America [i] [u]
  1783. (2004) Civic agriculture: reconnecting farm, food, and community [i]
  1784. (2004) Natural amenities, tourism and income distribution [d]
  1785. (2004) The cognitive mechanics of economic development and institutional change [i]
  1786. (2004) The dugout canoe trade in Central America's Mosquitia: approaching rural livelihoods through systems of exchange [d]
  1787. (2004) Ecological engineering and ecosystem restoration [i]
  1788. (2004) Materials count: the case for material flows analysis [i] [d] [u]
  1789. (2004) Understanding supply chains: concepts, critiques, and futures [i]
  1790. (2004) Processes of social learning in integrated resources management [d]
  1791. (2004) Out of time: fast subjects and slow living [d]
  1792. (2004) Unhealthy landscapes: policy recommendations on land use change and infectious disease emergence [p] [d]
  1793. (2004) Alternative urban futures: planning for sustainable development in cities throughout the world [i]
  1794. (2004) Medicinal and aromatic plants in agroforestry systems [d]
  1795. (2004) Criar y dejarse criar: una modalidad de regeneración de saberes andinos [i]
  1796. (2004) Saberes de vida por el bienestar de las nuevas generaciones [i]
  1797. (2004) Timescapes of community resilience and vulnerability in the circumpolar north [d] [j]
  1798. (2004) Still a man's labor market: the long-term earnings gap [i]
  1799. (2004) Markets drive the specialization strategies of forest peoples [j] [u]
  1800. (2004) The science of sustainable development: local livelihoods and the global environment [i] [d]
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