How to provision sustainably

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

  1. () The mystery of the kibbutz: how egalitarian principles survived in a capitalist world [i] [d]
  2. () The Biodiversity Finance Initiative: an approach to identify and implement biodiversity-centered finance solutions for sustainable development [i] [d]
  3. () Food apartheid: the root of the problem with America's groceries [u]
  4. () Berry farmers break free from big agriculture [u]
  5. () More than a paycheck [u]
  6. () Life in oil: Cofán survival in the petroleum fields of Amazonia [i]
  7. () Ten essentials for action-oriented and second-order energy transitions, transformations and climate change research [d]
  8. () Green burial guidebook: everything you need to plan an affordable, environmentally friendly burial [i]
  9. Eric Freedman & Mark Neuzil [ed] () Biodiversity, conservation and environmental management in the Great Lakes Basin [i]
  10. () Using the social fabric matrix to establish corporate accounting consistent with normative criteria regarding climate change [d]
  11. () The co-op farming model might help save America's small farms [u]
  12. () Inclusive growth: profitable strategies for tackling poverty and inequality [u]
  13. Walter Leal Filho, Diana Mihaela Pociovălișteanu, Paulo Roberto Borges de Brito, & Ismar Borges de Lima [ed] () Towards a sustainable bioeconomy: principles, challenges and perspectives [i] [d]
  14. Alena V. Ledeneva, Anna L. Bailey, Sheelagh Barron, Costanza Curro, & Elizabeth Teague [ed] () The global encyclopaedia of informality: understanding social and cultural complexity [i] [j] [u]
  15. () The legacy of 4,500 years of polyculture agroforestry in the eastern Amazon [p] [d]
  16. () The system made me do it: strategies of survival [i] [j] [u]
  17. () Combining local preferences with multi-criteria decision analysis and linear optimization to develop feasible energy concepts in small communities [d]
  18. () Livestock: food, fiber, and friends [i] [d] [j]
  19. () Tropicalizing sustainable bioeconomy: initial lessons from Ecuador [i] [d]
  20. () A cluster analysis of energy-consuming activities in everyday life [d]
  21. () Dying for a paycheck: how modern management harms employee health and company performance—and what we can do about it [i]
  22. () 'We will not perish; we're going to keep flourishing': race, food access, and geographies of self-reliance [d]
  23. () Ecological distribution conflicts as forces for sustainability: an overview and conceptual framework [d]
  24. () Farms under threat: the state of America's farmland [u]
  25. () Social ecology in the digital age: solving complex problems in a globalized world [i] [d]
  26. Julie Sze [ed] () Sustainability: approaches to environmental justice and social power [i]
  27. () Working, but poor: the good life in rural America? [d]
  28. () The inverse invisible hand and heuristics in managerial decision-making [d]
  29. () Indigenous lessons about sustainability are not just for 'all humanity' [i]
  30. Joshua Zeunert & Tim Waterman [ed] () Routledge handbook of landscape and food [i] [d]
  31. () A precautionary tale: the story of how one small town banned pesticides, preserved its food heritage, and inspired a movement [in Italy] [i]
  32. () The complete bike owner's manual [i]
  33. Iris Borowy & Matthias Schmelzer [ed] () History of the future of economic growth: historical roots of current debates on sustainable degrowth [i]
  34. () The limits to global-warming mitigation by terrestrial carbon removal [d]
  35. Steve Brescia [ed] () Fertile ground: scaling agroecology from the ground up [i]
  36. () Agriculture production as a major driver of the Earth system exceeding planetary boundaries [d]
  37. () How long can we keep doing this?: sustainability as a strictly temporal concept [d]
  38. () Surviving the 21st century: humanity's ten great challenges and how we can overcome them [i] [d]
  39. David Devlaeminck, Zafar Adeel, & Robert Sandford [ed] () The human face of water security [i] [d]
  40. () An anthropology of money: a critical introduction [i]
  41. Denise Griffin Fairchild & Al Weinrub [ed] () Energy democracy: advancing equity in clean energy solutions [i] [d]
  42. () Big hunger: the unholy alliance between corporate America and anti-hunger groups [i] [j]
  43. () The food forest handbook: design and manage a home-scale perennial polyculture garden [i]
  44. () The profit of the earth: the global seeds of American agriculture [i]
  45. () Decommodification as a foundation for ecological economics [d]
  46. () Production, use, and fate of all plastics ever made [d]
  47. () Shared governance for sustainable working landscapes [i]
  48. Iain J. Gordon, Herbert H. T. Prins, & Geoff R. Squire [ed] () Food production and nature conservation: conflicts and solutions [i]
  49. Lesley Head, Katarina Saltzman, Gunhild Setten, & Marie Stenseke [ed] () Nature, temporality and environmental management: Scandinavian and Australian perspectives on peoples and landscapes [i]
  50. () Energy without conscience: oil, climate change, and complicity [i] [d] [u]
  51. Joseph M. Kiesecker & David E. Naugle [ed] () Energy sprawl solutions: balancing global development and conservation [i] [d]
  52. () Mountain agriculture for global markets: the case of greenhouse floriculture in Ecuador [d]
  53. () Exploring the role of neighborhood walkability on community currency activities: a case study of the Crooked River Alliance of TimeBanks [d]
  54. Nicola Labanca [ed] () Complex systems and social practices in energy transitions: framing energy sustainability in the time of renewables [i] [d]
  55. () How to create a vegan world: a pragmatic approach [i]
  56. () Evaluating the environmental impact of debit card payments [d]
  57. () The captured economy: how the powerful enrich themselves, slow down growth, and increase inequality [i]
  58. () Letter to a young farmer: how to live richly without wealth on the new garden farm [i]
  59. () We rise: the Earth Guardians guide to building a movement that restores the planet [i]
  60. () Assessment of energy sources using GIS [i] [d]
  61. () The greenhouse and hoophouse grower's handbook: organic vegetable production using protected culture [i]
  62. () Valuing the bad and the ugly: tasting agrobiodiversity among the indigenous Canela [d]
  63. () The financial diaries: how American families cope in a world of uncertainty [i] [d]
  64. Nina Bandelj, Frederick F. Wherry, & Viviana A. Zelizer [ed] () Money talks: explaining how money really works [i] [d] [j]
  65. () An analysis of everyday life activities and their consequences for energy use [i] [d]
  66. () Doughnut economics: seven ways to think like a 21st century economist [i]
  67. Mark Robison & Lindley Shedd [ed] () Audio recorders to zucchini seeds: building a library of things [i]
  68. () When less is more: innovations for tracking progress toward global targets [d]
  69. () Forest foods and healthy diets: quantifying the contributions [d]
  70. () What is the relationship between food shopping and daily mobility?: a relational approach to analysis of food access [d]
  71. () Toxic inequality: the true costs of poverty and racial injustice for America's families [i]
  72. () Biocultural approaches to well-being and sustainability indicators across scales [p] [d]
  73. () Affluence without abundance: the disappearing world of the Bushmen [i]
  74. () The social safety net after welfare reform: recent developments and consequences for household dynamics [d]
  75. () Sacred soil: biochar and the regeneration of the earth [i]
  76. () The autonomous city: a history of urban squatting [i]
  77. () Creative research in economics [i]
  78. Ian Werkheiser & Zachary Piso [ed] () Food justice in US and global contexts: bringing theory and practice together [i] [d]
  79. () Landscape architecture and environmental sustainability: creating positive change through design [i]
  80. () Mountain ecology, remoteness, and the rise of agrobiodiversity: tracing the geographic spaces of human–environment knowledge [d]
  81. () Street farm: growing food, jobs, and hope on the urban frontier [i]
  82. () Energy, complexity and wealth maximization [i] [d]
  83. () Freegans: diving into the wealth of food waste in America [i] [d] [j]
  84. () Vegecultures and the social–biological transformations of plants and people [d]
  85. Bernardo Bátiz Lazo & Leonidas Efthymiou [ed] () The book of payments: historical and contemporary views on the cashless society [o] [d]
  86. () Alternative foods as a solution to global food supply catastrophes [u]
  87. () Handbook of biophilic city planning & design [i]
  88. () Farm to table: the essential guide to sustainable food systems for students, professionals, and consumers [i]
  89. () Towards an 'accounting view' on money, banking and the macroeconomy: history, empirics, theory [d]
  90. Hans Günter Brauch, Úrsula Oswald Spring, John Grin, & Jürgen Scheffran [ed] () Handbook on sustainability transition and sustainable peace [i] [d]
  91. () Individual choice and social values: choice in the agrifood sector [d]
  92. () Climate change, security risks and conflict reduction in Africa: a case study of farmer–herder conflicts over natural resources in Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana and Burkina Faso 1960–2000 [i] [d]
  93. () In search of coproduction: smart services as reciprocal activities [d]
  94. () The scoop on poop: safely capturing and recycling the nutrients in greywater, humanure, and urine [i]
  95. () Decision making and sustainability in built environments [i] [d]
  96. () America's most sustainable cities and regions: surviving the 21st century megatrends [i] [d]
  97. () Evicted: poverty and profit in the American city [i]
  98. Iddo Dror, Jean-Joseph Cadilhon, Marc Schut, Michael Misiko, & Shreya Maheshwari [ed] () Innovation platforms for agricultural development: evaluating the mature innovation platforms landscape [i]
  99. () Community wealth building forms: what they are and how to use them at the local level [d]
  100. () Political dynamics of transnational agrarian movements [i]
  101. () Profit and gift in the digital economy [i] [d]
  102. Joshua C. Farley & Deepak Malghan [ed] () Beyond uneconomic growth: economics, equity and the ecological predicament [i]
  103. () Production, consumption, and protection: perspectives from North America on the multifunctional transition in rural planning [d]
  104. () When trucks stop running: energy and the future of transportation [i] [d]
  105. Jay D. Gatrell, Ryan R. Jensen, Mark W. Patterson, & Nancy Hoalst-Pullen [ed] () Urban sustainability: policy and praxis [i] [d]
  106. Aaron Golub, Melody L. Hoffmann, Adonia E. Lugo, & Gerardo F. Sandoval [ed] () Bicycle justice and urban transformation: biking for all? [i]
  107. () Environmental behavior's dirty secret: the prevalence of waste management in discussions of environmental concern and action [p] [d]
  108. () Dude making a difference: bamboo bikes, dumpster dives and other extreme adventures across America [i]
  109. () System dynamics-based evaluation of interventions to promote appropriate waste disposal behaviors in low-income urban areas: a Baltimore case study [p] [d]
  110. () Pharaoh's dream revisited: an integrated US Midwest field research network for climate adaptation [d]
  111. () Urban recycling cooperatives: building resilient communities [i]
  112. () Where are the garden(er)s?: examining gardener motivations and community garden participation-sheds in Austin, Texas [i] [d]
  113. () State-of-the-art practices in farmland biodiversity monitoring for North America and Europe [p] [d]
  114. () Trailersteading: how to find, buy, retrofit, and live large in a mobile home [i]
  115. () Managing adaptively for multifunctionality in agricultural systems [d]
  116. () Finding purpose: environmental stewardship as a personal calling [i]
  117. () Global magic: technologies of appropriation from ancient Rome to Wall Street [i]
  118. () Ecosystem services and the value of places [d]
  119. () Biomimicry for designers: applying nature's processes and materials in the real world [i]
  120. () Food–energy–water metrics across scales: project to system level [d]
  121. () Food hubs: connecting farms with local and regional markets [i] [d]
  122. () System failure?: why humanitarian assistance can't meet its objectives without systems thinking—and why it finds it so hard to use it [i] [d]
  123. () Designing the business models for circular economy—towards the conceptual framework [d]
  124. () Unequal gains: American growth and inequality since 1700 [i] [d]
  125. () Social metabolism and conflicts over extractivism [i] [d]
  126. () Quantifying and sustaining biodiversity in tropical agricultural landscapes [p] [d]
  127. V. Ernesto Méndez, Christopher M. Bacon, Roseann Cohen, & Stephen R. Gliessman [ed] () Agroecology: a transdisciplinary, participatory and action-oriented approach [i]
  128. John M. Meyer & Jens Kersten [ed] () The greening of everyday life: challenging practices, imagining possibilities [i] [d]
  129. () The paradigm of forests and the survival of the fittest [i]
  130. () Who are forest-dependent people?: a taxonomy to aid livelihood and land use decision-making in forested regions [d]
  131. () The bulldozer in the watershed: conservation, water, and technological optimism in the post–World War II United States [d]
  132. () National accounting and the valuation of ecosystem assets and their services [d]
  133. () Information seeking and use in the context of minimalist lifestyles [d]
  134. () Environmental planning for oceans and coasts: methods, tools, and technologies [i] [d]
  135. Vikash Ramiah & Greg N. Gregoriou [ed] () Handbook of environmental and sustainable finance [i] [d]
  136. () Social networks, strategic doing, and sustainable management of local food systems [i] [d]
  137. () Participatory systems approaches for urban and peri-urban agriculture planning: the role of system dynamics and spatial group model building [d]
  138. () Becoming ecological citizens: connecting people through performance art, food matter and practices [d]
  139. () The curse of cash: how large-denomination bills aid crime and tax evasion and constrain monetary policy [i]
  140. () Restoring heritage grains: the culture, diversity, resilience, and cuisine of ancient wheats [i]
  141. () Terra preta: how the world's most fertile soil can help reverse climate change and reduce world hunger: with instructions on how to make this soil at home [i]
  142. () Just where does local food live?: assessing farmers' markets in the United States [d]
  143. Karen Ching-Yee Seto, William D. Solecki, & Corrie Griffith [ed] () The Routledge handbook of urbanization and global environmental change [i] [d]
  144. () The farmer's office: tools, tips and templates to successfully manage a growing farm business [i]
  145. () Beyond the supermarket solution: linking food deserts, neighborhood context, and everyday mobility [d]
  146. () Toward a #soilpractice + #socialpractice manifesto: ending the art system and restoring aesthetic ecology [u]
  147. () The Index of Vulnerability: an anthropological method linking social-ecological systems to mental and physical health outcomes [p] [d]
  148. () A realistic (holistic) approach to climate mitigation [d]
  149. () The carbon farming solution: a global toolkit of perennial crops and regenerative agriculture practices for climate change mitigation and food security [i]
  150. () The historical ecological footprint: from over-population to over-consumption [d]
  151. () Backyard woodland: how to maintain and sustain your trees, water, and wildlife [i]
  152. () Data that warms: waste heat, infrastructural convergence and the computation traffic commodity [d]
  153. () Garden revolution: how our landscapes can be a source of environmental change [i]
  154. Emma-Jayne Abbots, Anna Lavis, & Luci Attala [ed] () Careful eating: bodies, food and care [i]
  155. () The gardener's guide to weather & climate [i]
  156. () Historical ecology and ethnobiology: applied research for environmental conservation and social justice [d]
  157. () Land for food & land for nature? [d]
  158. () Eight principles of integrated pest management [d]
  159. () Exploring (un)sustainable growth of digital technologies in the home [i] [d]
  160. () Resilience to global food supply catastrophes [d]
  161. () Navigating austerity: currents of debt along a South Asian river [i]
  162. () Estimating the size and impact of the ecological restoration economy [p] [d]
  163. () The food activist handbook: big & small things you can do to help provide fresh, healthy food for your community [i]
  164. () Integrating life cycle costing and life cycle assessment using extended material flow cost accounting [d]
  165. Reinette Biggs, Maja Schlüter, & Michael L. Schoon [ed] () Principles for building resilience: sustaining ecosystem services in social-ecological systems [i] [d]
  166. () The end of plenty: the race to feed a crowded world [i]
  167. () The color of food: stories of race, resilience and farming [i]
  168. () Political landscapes: forests, conservation, and community in Mexico [i] [d]
  169. Peter G. Brown & Peter Timmerman [ed] () Ecological economics for the anthropocene: an emerging paradigm [i] [d]
  170. () Earth jurisprudence: private property and the environment [i]
  171. () Creating value together: the emerging design space of peer-to-peer currency and exchange [i] [d]
  172. () How plants work: the science behind the amazing things plants do [i]
  173. () Material flow cost accounting: a review and agenda for future research [d]
  174. () How crises shaped economic ideas and policies: wiser after the events? [i] [d]
  175. () Making conversation about ethical consumption with followthethings.com [u]
  176. () Farmer seed networks make a limited contribution to agriculture?: four common misconceptions [d]
  177. () The Tao of vegetable gardening: cultivating tomatoes, greens, peas, beans, squash, joy, and serenity [i]
  178. () Sustaining the conversation: the farm crisis and the Midwest [d]
  179. () Resilience as a universal criterion of health [d]
  180. () Driving water management change where economic incentive is limited [d]
  181. () Ecology in an anthropogenic biosphere [d]
  182. () Food security and trade: reconciling discourses in the Food and Agriculture Organization and the World Trade Organization [d]
  183. () Give a man a fish: reflections on the new politics of distribution [i] [d]
  184. Roberto Gambino & Attilia Peano [ed] () Nature policies and landscape policies: towards an alliance [i] [d]
  185. Alexandros Gasparatos & Katherine J. Willis [ed] () Biodiversity in the green economy [i]
  186. () Fracking the neighborhood: reluctant activists and natural gas drilling [i] [d]
  187. () The new bread basket: how the new crop of grain growers, plant breeders, millers, maltsters, bakers, brewers, and local food activists are redefining our daily loaf [i]
  188. Lars K. Hallstrom, Nicholas P. Guehlstorf, & Margot W. Parkes [ed] () Ecosystems, society, and health: pathways through diversity, convergence, and integration [i]
  189. Stephen K. Hamilton, Julie E. Doll, & G. Philip Robertson [ed] () The ecology of agricultural landscapes: long-term research on the path to sustainability [i]
  190. () Everybody eats: using hunger banquets to teach about issues of global hunger and inequality [d]
  191. () The lean farm: how to minimize waste, increase efficiency, and maximize value and profits with less work [i]
  192. () Roads: an anthropology of infrastructure and expertise [i] [d] [j]
  193. () Afterburn: society beyond fossil fuels [i]
  194. () The permaculture city: regenerative design for urban, suburban, and town resilience [i]
  195. () A tempered and humane economy: markets, families, and behavioral economics [i]
  196. () Environmental effects of sustainability management tools: an empirical analysis of large companies [d]
  197. () Using our agrobiodiversity: plant-based solutions to feed the world [d]
  198. () Plastic waste inputs from land into the ocean [p] [d]
  199. () Understanding the roles of forests and tree-based systems in food provision [i] [u]
  200. () How much sustainability substance is in urban visions?: an analysis of visioning projects in urban planning [d]
  201. Roger L. Kemp & Carl J. Stephani [ed] () Urban transportation innovations worldwide: a handbook of best practices outside the United States [i]
  202. () Civic ecology: adaptation and transformation from the ground up [i] [d]
  203. () A social–ecological approach to managing multiple agro-ecosystem services [d]
  204. () Agroecological engineering [d]
  205. () Unearthing conflict: corporate mining, activism, and expertise in Peru [i] [d]
  206. () Bike battles: a history of sharing the American road [i]
  207. () Mindful capability [d]
  208. (/2016) The permaculture transition manual: a comprehensive guide to resilient living [i]
  209. Anthony Masys [ed] () Disaster management: enabling resilience [i] [d]
  210. () Sharing cities: a case for truly smart and sustainable cities [i] [d]
  211. () The woodland homestead: how to make your land more productive and live more self-sufficiently in the woods [i]
  212. () Engaging the everyday: environmental social criticism and the resonance dilemma [i] [d] [j]
  213. Peter Akong Minang, Meine van Noordwijk, Olivia E. Freeman, Cheikh Mbow, Jan de Leeuw, & Delia Catacutan [ed] () Climate-smart landscapes: multifunctionality in practice [i] [u]
  214. () Introduction of material flow cost accounting (MFCA) to the supply chain: a questionnaire study on the challenges of constructing a low-carbon supply chain to promote resource efficiency [d]
  215. Roni A. Neff [ed] () Introduction to the US food system: public health, environment, and equity [i]
  216. () Sustainable values, sustainable change: a guide to environmental decision making [i]
  217. () Beyond the war on invasive species: a permaculture approach to ecosystem restoration [i]
  218. () Transformative sustainable development: participation, reflection and change [i]
  219. () Water governance in the face of global change: from understanding to transformation [i] [d]
  220. () Consequences of residential development for biodiversity and human well-being [d]
  221. () Advances in restoration ecology: rising to the challenges of the coming decades [d]
  222. () A space time alarm [i] [d]
  223. () The 'triple depreciation line' instead of the 'triple bottom line': towards a genuine integrated reporting [d]
  224. () Andean waterways: resource politics in highland Peru [i]
  225. () Interrelating material flow cost accounting with management control systems to introduce resource efficiency into strategy [d]
  226. () A sustainable agriculture? [d]
  227. Ricardo Rozzi, F. Stuart Chapin, J. Baird Callicott, Steward T. Pickett, Mary E. Power, Juan J. Armesto, & Roy H. May [ed] () Earth stewardship: linking ecology and ethics in theory and practice [i] [d]
  228. Fernando Santos-Granero [ed] () Images of public wealth or the anatomy of well-being in indigenous Amazonia [i] [j]
  229. () Sustainable livelihoods and rural development [i]
  230. () The pet poo pocket guide: how to safely compost and recycle pet waste [i]
  231. () The local economy solution: how innovative, self-financing 'pollinator' enterprises can grow jobs and prosperity [i]
  232. () Food production systems in the Amazon [i] [d]
  233. () Risk management is not enough: a conceptual model for resilience and adaptation-based vulnerability assessments [d]
  234. () The bicycle: towards a global history [i] [d]
  235. () Choosing not to choose: understanding the value of choice [i]
  236. () Make garbage great: the TerraCycle family guide to a zero-waste lifestyle [i]
  237. () Mapping the frontiers and front lines of global environmental justice: the EJAtlas [global environmental justice atlas] [d] [u]
  238. () Governance capabilities for dealing wisely with wicked problems [d]
  239. () How to thrive in the next economy: designing tomorrow's world today [i]
  240. () From field to fork: food ethics for everyone [i] [d]
  241. () Agroecology as a vehicle for contributive justice [d]
  242. () Off the grid: re-assembling domestic life [i]
  243. Bhaskar Vira, Christoph Wildburger, & Stephanie Mansourian [ed] () Forests, trees and landscapes for food security and nutrition: a global assessment report [i] [u]
  244. () Climate change demands behavioral change: what are the challenges? [u]
  245. Stephen Zavestoski & Julian Agyeman [ed] () Incomplete streets: processes, practices and possibilities [i]
  246. () So long to genetic diversity, and thanks for all the fish [d]
  247. () Should we build more large dams?: the actual costs of hydropower megaproject development [d]
  248. Alain Atangana, Damase Khasa, Scott Chang, & Ann Degrande [ed] () Tropical agroforestry [i] [d]
  249. () Economic evaluation of ecosystem goods and services under different landscape management scenarios [d]
  250. () Roads, deforestation, and the mitigating effect of protected areas in the Amazon [d]
  251. () The end of sustainability [d]
  252. () Non-motorized travel as a sustainable travel option [i] [d]
  253. Rajeev Bhat & Vicente M. Gómez-López [ed] () Practical food safety: contemporary issues and future directions [i] [d]
  254. () A literature and practice review to develop sustainable business model archetypes [d]
  255. () The rebirth of distance in the context of urban sustainability [i] [d]
  256. () Sustainable compromises: a yurt, a straw bale house, and ecological living [i]
  257. () Before we eat: from farm to table [i]
  258. () 40 years of dialogue on food sovereignty: a review and a look ahead [d]
  259. Jaz Hee-jeong Choi, Marcus Foth, & Greg Hearn [ed] () Eat, cook, grow: mixing human–computer interactions with human–food interactions [i]
  260. () Green home building: money-saving strategies for an affordable, healthy, high-performance home [i]
  261. () The management of tree genetic resources and the livelihoods of rural communities in the tropics: non-timber forest products, smallholder agroforestry practices and tree commodity crops [d]
  262. () Residential location and daily travel distances: the influence of trip purpose [d]
  263. () Mindfulness and sustainability [d]
  264. () Energy for transport [d]
  265. Manfred M. Fischer & Peter Nijkamp [ed] () Handbook of regional science [i] [d]
  266. () The good life: aspiration, dignity, and the anthropology of wellbeing [i]
  267. () Rural Studio at twenty: designing and building in Hale County, Alabama [i]
  268. () American bottles: the road to no return [d]
  269. () The need to change how people think about the consequences of travel [i] [d]
  270. Tommy Gärling, Dick Ettema, & Margareta Friman [ed] () Handbook of sustainable travel [i] [d]
  271. J. Edward Gates, David L. Trauger, & Brian Czech [ed] () Peak oil, economic growth, and wildlife conservation [i] [d]
  272. () More than money: five forms of capital to create wealth and eliminate poverty [i]
  273. () Economic complexity and human development: how economic diversification and social networks affect human agency and welfare [i]
  274. () Operationalizing ethics in food choice decisions [d]
  275. () The appropriation of ecological space: agrofuels, unequal exchange and environmental load displacements [i]
  276. Jody Heymann & Magda Barrera [ed] () Ensuring a sustainable future: making progress on environment and equity [i] [d]
  277. () History's contributions to energy research and policy [d]
  278. Maria Anna Jankowska [ed] () Focus on educating for sustainability: toolkit for academic libraries [i]
  279. Michael Jones [ed] () Accounting for biodiversity [i]
  280. () Tensions in livelihoods: a rural perspective [i] [d]
  281. () Spatial resilience and urban planning: addressing the interdependence of urban retail areas [d]
  282. () The emergent agriculture: farming, sustainability and the return of the local economy [i]
  283. () Large-scale forest restoration [i]
  284. () A global strategy for road building [d]
  285. () Gene everlasting: a contrary farmer's thoughts on living forever [i]
  286. () Making better buildings: a comparative guide to sustainable construction for homeowners and contractors [i]
  287. Dinesh K. Maheshwari [ed] () Bacterial diversity in sustainable agriculture [o]
  288. Dinesh K. Maheshwari [ed] () Composting for sustainable agriculture [i] [d]
  289. () The dark side of the sharing economy—and how to lighten it [d]
  290. () Foodscapes and the geographies of poverty: sustenance, strategy, and politics in an urban neighborhood [d]
  291. () Food community networks as leverage for social embeddedness [d]
  292. () Accounting for the impact of conservation on human well-being [d]
  293. () Stuff matters: exploring the marvelous materials that shape our manmade world [i]
  294. Dilip Nandwani [ed] () Sustainable horticultural systems: issues, technology and innovation [i] [d]
  295. () The psychology of environmental decisions [d]
  296. () Effects of continuous feedback on households' electricity consumption: potentials and barriers [d]
  297. () Agricultural and food controversies: what everyone needs to know [i]
  298. Paulo A. L. D Nunes, Pushpam Kumar, & Tom Dedeurwaerdere [ed] () Handbook on the economics of ecosystem services and biodiversity [i]
  299. () Regeneración de los paisajes bioculturales en la amazonía alta del Perú [u]
  300. () Energy systems modeling for twenty-first century energy challenges [d]
  301. () Green guidance [i] [d]
  302. () Food security in a perfect storm: using the ecosystem services framework to increase understanding [p] [d]
  303. () Lakeshore living: designing lake places and communities in the footprints of environmental writers [i] [j]
  304. () Harnessing reciprocity to promote cooperation and the provisioning of public goods [d]
  305. Stamatina Th. Rassia & Panos M. Pardalos [ed] () Cities for smart environmental and energy futures: impacts on architecture and technology [i] [d]
  306. () Traditional occupations in a modern world: career guidance, livelihood planning, and crafts in the context of globalization [i] [d]
  307. () Reasons for returning and not returning to rural U.S. communities [d]
  308. () Think globally, research locally: paradigms and place in agroecological research ['a feeling for the ecosystem'] [d]
  309. () Chasing water: a guide for moving from scarcity to sustainability [i] [d]
  310. () Sustainability principles and practice [i]
  311. () Farming for ecosystem services: an ecological approach to production agriculture [d]
  312. () Swarm planning for climate change: how transformations can be achieved [i] [d]
  313. () Organizing anarchy: the food security–biodiversity–climate crisis and the genesis of rural land use planning in the developing world [d]
  314. () Sustainability of plant-based diets: back to the future [p] [d]
  315. () Making the modern world: materials and dematerialization [i]
  316. () 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]
  317. () Civic intelligence and the making of sustainable food culture(s) [i]
  318. () Urban agriculture of the future: an overview of sustainability aspects of food production in and on buildings [d]
  319. () Retirement income for the wealthy, middle, and poor [d]
  320. Janardhanan Sundaresan, K. M. Santosh, Andrea Déri, Rob Roggema, & Ramesh Singh [ed] () Geospatial technologies and climate change [i] [d]
  321. () Ecosystem services along a management gradient in Michigan (USA) cropping systems [d]
  322. () The social roots of risk: producing disasters, promoting resilience [i]
  323. () A new approach for comparing and categorizing farmers' systems of practice based on cognitive mapping and graph theory indicators [d]
  324. () The unsustainability of car use [i] [d]
  325. Laura Westra & Mirian Vilela [ed] () The Earth Charter, ecological integrity and social movements [i]
  326. () When are food deserts?: integrating time into research on food accessibility [d]
  327. () A lighthouse for urban agriculture: university, community, and redefining expertise in the food system [d]
  328. John Zysman & Mark Huberty [ed] () Can green sustain growth?: from the religion to the reality of sustainable prosperity [i]
  329. () Application of a multi-criteria decision support tool in assessing the feasibility of implementing treated wastewater reuse [d]
  330. () Improved cooking stoves and firewood consumption: quasi-experimental evidence from the Northern Peruvian Andes [d]
  331. () Introducing just sustainabilities: policy, planning, and practice [i]
  332. () Sharing cities: reinventing and reviving sharing to enhance equity, rebuild community and cut resource use [u]
  333. () Kitchen gardening for beginners [i]
  334. () Hungry for change: farmers, food justice and the agrarian question [i]
  335. () Macroeconomics, financial crisis and the environment: strategies for a sustainability transition [d]
  336. () Cultural forests of the Amazon: a historical ecology of people and their landscapes [i]
  337. () Environment, justice and the capability approach [d]
  338. () Geographies of capital formation and rescaling: a historical-geographical approach to the food desert problem [d]
  339. () Pharmacy on a bicycle: innovative solutions to global health and poverty [i]
  340. (/2016) Bikenomics: how bicycling can save the economy [i]
  341. () The economics of immigration: theory and policy [i] [d]
  342. () Ecological intensification: harnessing ecosystem services for food security [p] [d]
  343. () The energy for growing and maintaining cities [d]
  344. () Breaking new ground: a personal history [i]
  345. () Browsing nature's aisles: a year of foraging for wild food in the suburbs [i]
  346. () Incentives, land use, and ecosystem services: synthesizing complex linkages [d]
  347. () Sharing is good: how to save money, time and resources through collaborative consumption [i]
  348. () The transition from foraging to farming in prehistory and 'ethnography' [d]
  349. () Toward renewable energy geo-information infrastructures: applications of GIScience and remote sensing that build institutional capacity [d]
  350. () Plasticity facilitates sustainable growth in the commons [d]
  351. () Interactive three-dimensional geovisualization of space–time access to food [d]
  352. () Sociological barriers to developing sustainable discretionary air travel behaviour [d]
  353. () The zero waste solution: untrashing the planet one community at a time [i]
  354. James M. Cooper, Christine Hunefeldt, & Yesenia Acosta [ed] () Amazonia: environment and the law in Amazonia: a plurilateral encounter [i]
  355. () Traveling the power line: from the Mojave Desert to the Bay of Fundy [i]
  356. () Rethinking governance and value in commodity chains through global recycling networks [d]
  357. () Bringing tropical forest biodiversity conservation into financial accounting calculation [d]
  358. () A landscape perspective on sustainability of agricultural systems [d]
  359. () Earth repair: a grassroots guide to healing toxic and damaged landscapes [i]
  360. () Pervasive externalities at the population, consumption, and environment nexus [d]
  361. () 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]
  362. () Protected areas within multifunctional landscapes: squeezing out intermediate land use intensities in the tropics? [d]
  363. () Understanding temporal rhythms and travel behaviour at destinations: potential ways to achieve more sustainable travel [d]
  364. () Supply chain transformation: building and executing an integrated supply chain strategy [i]
  365. () It takes a network to get dinner: designing location-based systems to address local food needs [i] [d]
  366. () Global spatial coincidence between protected areas and metal mining activities [d]
  367. () Used planet: a global history [d]
  368. () Beyond sustainababble [i] [d]
  369. () The future of development: a radical manifesto [i]
  370. () The resilient farm and homestead: an innovative permaculture and whole systems design approach [i]
  371. Katharine Farrell, Tommaso Luzzati, & Sybille van den Hove [ed] () Beyond reductionism: a passion for interdisciplinarity [i]
  372. () Ecological and evolutionary consequences of living in a defaunated world [d]
  373. () The hidden consequences of credit: an illustration from rural Indonesia [d]
  374. () Take back the economy: an ethical guide for transforming our communities [i]
  375. () Water management in mediterranean river basins: a comparison of management frameworks, physical impacts, and ecological responses [d]
  376. () Green wizardry: conservation, solar power, organic gardening, and other hands-on skills from the appropriate tech toolkit [i]
  377. () Financing our foodshed: growing local food with slow money [i]
  378. () Identity and tourism mobility: an exploration of the attitude–behaviour gap [d]
  379. () Psychological and behavioural approaches to understanding and governing sustainable mobility [d]
  380. () Studying well-being and its environmental impacts: a case study of minimum income receivers in Finland [d]
  381. () Fresh fruit, broken bodies: migrant farmworkers in the United States [i]
  382. () Uncertainties in landscape analysis and ecosystem service assessment [d]
  383. () The car dependent society: a European perspective [i]
  384. () The guide to greening cities [i] [d]
  385. () To value or not to value?: that is not the question [d]
  386. () Could working less reduce pressures on the environment?: a cross-national panel analysis of OECD countries, 1970–2007 [d]
  387. () Understanding quality of life in a northern, rural climate [d]
  388. () Global human appropriation of net primary production doubled in the 20th century [d]
  389. () The ecology of money: debt, growth, and sustainability [i]
  390. () Understanding tourists' perceptions of distance: a key to reducing the environmental impacts of tourism mobility [d]
  391. () The territorial approach to cultural economy: new opportunities for the development of small towns [d]
  392. () Environmental tipping points [d]
  393. () Jobless growth and relative surplus populations [d]
  394. () Six principles for managing forests as ecologically sustainable ecosystems [d]
  395. () Life-cycle assessment of electric power systems [d]
  396. () Completing our streets: the transition to safe and inclusive transportation networks [i] [d]
  397. () The upcycle: beyond sustainability, designing for abundance [i]
  398. Malcolm McIntosh [ed] () The necessary transition: the journey towards the sustainable enterprise economy [i]
  399. () Making sense of human ecology mapping: an overview of approaches to integrating socio-spatial data into environmental planning [d]
  400. () Food regimes and agrarian questions [i]
  401. () Globalization of land use: distant drivers of land change and geographic displacement of land use [d]
  402. () Beyond sharing: cultivating cooperative transportation systems through geographic information science [d]
  403. () Does ecologically unequal exchange occur? [d]
  404. () The underrated discipline: a plea for strengthening home economics [i] [d]
  405. () Identifying and rating cultural sustainability indicators: a case study of wood-based bioenergy systems in eastern Finland [d]
  406. () Picking up: on the streets and behind the trucks with the sanitation workers of New York City [i]
  407. () Economics, sustainability and democracy: economics in the era of climate change [i]
  408. () Community development agreements in the mining industry: an emerging global phenomenon [d]
  409. () Food choice and sustainability: why buying local, eating less meat, and taking baby steps won't work [i]
  410. () Seed exchange networks for agrobiodiversity conservation: a review [d]
  411. () Designing urban agriculture: a complete guide to the planning, design, construction, maintenance and management of edible landscapes [i]
  412. () Peasants and the art of farming: a Chayanovian manifesto [i]
  413. () Smallholders, forest management, and rural development in the Amazon [i]
  414. () Versatile and cheap: a global history of soy in the first half of the twentieth century [d]
  415. () A farm-scale biodiversity and ecosystem services assessment tool: the Healthy Farm Index [d]
  416. () Heuristic indicators for the design of community off-grid electrification systems based on multiple renewable energies [d]
  417. () Disability: a threat to long-term financial security is growing more serious in a world of increasing individual responsibility [d]
  418. () The balance of nature and human impact [i] [d]
  419. () Global land and water grabbing [d]
  420. () Personalized measures of consumption and development in the context of biodiversity conservation: connecting the ecological footprint calculation with the human footprint map [i] [d]
  421. () Ten principles for a landscape approach to reconciling agriculture, conservation, and other competing land uses [d]
  422. () Flows, funds and the complexity of deprivation: using concepts from ecological economics for the study of poverty [d]
  423. () Observing changing ecological diversity in the anthropocene [d]
  424. Ulf Schrader, Vera Fricke, Declan Doyle, & Victoria W. Thoresen [ed] () Enabling responsible living [i] [d]
  425. Ron Schultz [ed] () Creating good work: the world's leading social entrepreneurs show how to build a healthy economy [i] [d]
  426. () Renaissance or requiem: is nuclear energy cost effective in a post-Fukushima world? [d]
  427. () Fire on earth: an introduction [i]
  428. () Contradictions at the confluence of commerce, consumption and conservation; or, an REI shopper camps in the forest, does anyone notice? [d]
  429. () Harvesting the biosphere: what we have taken from nature [i]
  430. () The social and spatial dynamics of community food production: a landscape approach to policy and program development [d]
  431. () New farms and farmers in ethno-cultural communities: aspirations, barriers and needs [u]
  432. Linda Starke, Erik Assadourian, Thomas Prugh, & Worldwatch Institute [ed] () State of the world 2013: is sustainability still possible? [i] [d]
  433. () Get started preserving [i]
  434. () Farms with a future: creating and growing a sustainable farm business [i]
  435. () Embeddedness, marketness, and economic instrumentalism in the Oklahoma Farm-to-School Program [u]
  436. () Socially restorative urbanism: the theory, process and practice of experiemics [i]
  437. () Prospects and challenges for disseminating life cycle thinking towards environmental conscious behaviors in daily lives [d]
  438. () Rethinking biodiversity: from goods and services to 'living with' [d]
  439. Brenda Vale & Robert James Dennis Vale [ed] () Living within a fair share ecological footprint [i]
  440. () Food miles to assess sustainability: a revision [d]
  441. () Development of a broadened cognitive mapping approach for analysing systems of practices in social–ecological systems [d]
  442. () Reconsidering the bicycle: an anthropological perspective on a new (old) thing [i]
  443. () The mundane bicycle and the environmental virtues of sustainable urban mobility [i]
  444. () Adapt or perish: a review of planning approaches for adaptation under deep uncertainty [d]
  445. () Affluence drives the global displacement of land use [d]
  446. () Bridging knowledges: understanding and applying indigenous and western scientific knowledge for marine wildlife management [d]
  447. () Complexity and sustainability [i]
  448. () Everyday moral economies: food, politics and scale in Cuba [i] [d]
  449. () Cognitive mapping: a method to elucidate and present farmers' risk perception [d]
  450. () A sustainable building promotes pro-environmental behavior: an observational study on food disposal [d]
  451. () Current status and potential of conservation biological control for agriculture in the developing world [d]
  452. () Going beyond the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment: an index system of human dependence on ecosystem services [d]
  453. () Tele-connecting local consumption to global land use [d]
  454. Karl S. Zimmerer [ed] () The new geographies of energy: assessment and analysis of critical landscapes [i]
  455. () Regional strategies for the accelerating global problem of groundwater depletion [d]
  456. Catherine Alexander & Joshua Reno [ed] () Economies of recycling: the global transformation of materials, values and social relations [i]
  457. () Black, white, and green: farmers markets, race, and the green economy [i]
  458. () Occupation mediates ecosystem services with human well-being [d]
  459. () The restoring ecological health to your land workbook [i] [d]
  460. () Conceptualizing the role of sediment in sustaining ecosystem services: sediment–ecosystem regional assessment (SEcoRA) [d]
  461. Architecture for Humanity [ed] () Design like you give a damn 2: building change from the ground up [i]
  462. () Local alternative development through a time-spatial lens: a case study of Ydre inspired by Hägerstrand [i]
  463. () Crossing to sustainability: a role for design in overcoming road effects [d]
  464. () General approaches for assessing urban environmental sustainability [d]
  465. Anthony J. Bebbington [ed] () Social conflict, economic development and the extractive industry: evidence from South America [i]
  466. () Toward principles for enhancing the resilience of ecosystem services [d]
  467. () Food sovereignty, urban food access, and food activism: contemplating the connections through examples from Chicago [d]
  468. () Global land grabbing and trajectories of agrarian change: a preliminary analysis [d]
  469. () Land grabbing in Latin America and the Caribbean [d]
  470. () The sustainable sites handbook: a complete guide to the principles, strategies, and practices for sustainable landscapes [i]
  471. () The domestic garden—its contribution to urban green infrastructure [d]
  472. Dominique F. Charron [ed] () Ecohealth research in practice: innovative applications of an ecosystem approach to health [i] [d]
  473. () Energy storage: a key factor for large-scale utilization of renewable energy [d]
  474. () Avoiding unintended tradeoffs by integrating life-cycle impact assessment with urban metabolism [d]
  475. () A method for evaluating climate change adaptation strategies for small-scale farmers using survey, experimental and modeled data [d]
  476. () Saving for retirement: intention, context, and behavior [i]
  477. () Ecosystem services and integrated water resource management: different paths to the same end? [d]
  478. () Effects of Internet-based multiple-site conferences on greenhouse gas emissions [d]
  479. () The positive psychology of sustainability [d]
  480. Valeria Costantini, Massimiliano Mazzanti, & Anna Montini [ed] () Hybrid economic–environmental accounts [i]
  481. () Multiple use forestry planning: timber and Brazil nut management in the community forests of Northern Bolivia [d]
  482. () Co-engineering and participatory water management: organisational challenges for water governance [i] [d]
  483. Ika Darnhofer, David Gibbon, & Benoît Dedieu [ed] () Farming systems research into the 21st century: the new dynamic [i] [d]
  484. () Planetary opportunities: a social contract for global change science to contribute to a sustainable future [d]
  485. () Darwinian agriculture: how understanding evolution can improve agriculture [i]
  486. () Managing wicked problems in agribusiness: the role of multi-stakeholder engagements in value creation [u]
  487. () Unveiling the modernity bias: a critical examination of the politics of ICT4D [information and communication technology for development] [d]
  488. () Wild seed, domesticated seed: companion species and the emergence of agriculture [u]
  489. () The short- and medium-term impacts of rises in staple food prices [d]
  490. () Uncovering the spatial dynamics of wild rice lakes, harvesters and management across Great Lakes landscapes for shared regional conservation [d]
  491. Shenggen Fan & Rajul Pandya-Lorch [ed] () Reshaping agriculture for nutrition and health [i] [d] [u]
  492. () Assessing regional virtual water flows and water footprints in the Yellow River Basin, China: a consumption based approach [d]
  493. () Human behavior and sustainability [d]
  494. () Energy consumption in service industries: challenging the myth of non-materiality [d]
  495. () Noise pollution alters ecological services: enhanced pollination and disrupted seed dispersal [d]
  496. () Fundamentals of sustainable dwellings [i] [d]
  497. () Polycentric systems and interacting planetary boundaries: emerging governance of climate change–ocean acidification–marine biodiversity [d]
  498. () The role of ecological models in linking ecological risk assessment to ecosystem services in agroecosystems [d]
  499. Julien-François Gerber & Rolf Steppacher [ed] () Towards an integrated paradigm in heterodox economics: alternative approaches to the current eco-social crises [i] [d]
  500. () Using private rights to manage natural resources: is stewardship linked to ownership? [d]
  501. () Fundamentals of materials for energy and environmental sustainability [i] [d]
  502. () Power, pollution and the Internet [u]
  503. () Rural resilience through continued learning and innovation [d]
  504. () Rubber tapper identities: political–economic dynamics, livelihood shifts, and environmental implications in a changing Amazon [d]
  505. () Economix: how our economy works (and doesn't work) in words and pictures [i]
  506. () Container freight rates and economic distance: a new perspective on the world map [d]
  507. () Retention forestry to maintain multifunctional forests: a world perspective [d]
  508. () Why gender matters to ecological management and poverty reduction [i] [d]
  509. Hans Peter Hahn & Karlheinz Cless [ed] () People at the well: kinds, usages and meanings of water in a global perspective [i]
  510. () Energy and the wealth of nations: understanding the biophysical economy [i] [d]
  511. () Microcredit participation and nutrition outcomes among women in Peru [d]
  512. () The role of advanced sensing in smart cities [d]
  513. () Breaking through concrete: building an urban farm revival [i]
  514. () Exploiting the co-benefits of ecological sanitation [d]
  515. Wendy Harcourt [ed] () Women reclaiming sustainable livelihoods: spaces lost, spaces gained [i] [d]
  516. Malcolm Harris & Neal Gorenflo [ed] () Share or die: voices of the get lost generation in the age of crisis [i]
  517. () Why is achieving good ecological outcomes in rivers so difficult? [d]
  518. () Value chains for nutrition [i] [d] [u]
  519. () The geography of need: identifying human service needs in rural America [d]
  520. () Systematic planning for river rehabilitation: integrating multiple ecological and economic objectives in complex decisions [d]
  521. () Overfishing: what everyone needs to know [i]
  522. () Vermicomposting toilets, an alternative to latrine style microbial composting toilets, prove far superior in mass reduction, pathogen destruction, compost quality, and operational cost [d]
  523. () Entangled: an archaeology of the relationships between humans and things [i] [d]
  524. () Lo que necesitamos es erradicar el hambre [u]
  525. () Calibrating disaggregate economic models of agricultural production and water management [d]
  526. () Living dangerously on borrowed time during slow, unrecognized regime shifts [d]
  527. () Integrating publicly available web mapping tools for cartographic visualization of community food insecurity: a prototype [d]
  528. () Landscape approaches to achieving food production, natural resource conservation, and the Millennium Development Goals [i] [d]
  529. Jane Carter Ingram, Fabrice DeClerck, & Cristina Rumbaitis del Rio [ed] () Integrating ecology and poverty reduction [i] [d]
  530. () Life cycle assessment of fresh pineapple from Costa Rica [d]
  531. Heribert Insam, Ingrid Franke-Whittle, & Marta Goberna [ed] () Microbes at work: from wastes to resources [i] [d]
  532. () Not only subterranean forests: wood consumption and economic development in Britain (1850–1938) [d]
  533. () The quantified traveler: using personal travel data to promote sustainable transport behavior [u]
  534. () The engine of well-being [d]
  535. () Place, ethics, and everyday eating: a tale of two neighbourhoods [d]
  536. () Cooperative banking [i] [d]
  537. Herman A. Karl, Lynn Scarlett, Juan Carlos Vargas-Moreno, & Michael Flaxman [ed] () Restoring lands: coordinating science, politics and action: complexities of climate and governance [i] [d]
  538. Charlie Karlsson, Börje Johansson, & Roger Stough [ed] () Entrepreneurship, social capital and governance: directions for the sustainable development and competitiveness of regions [i]
  539. () The urban watershed continuum: evolving spatial and temporal dimensions [d]
  540. () The right place for the right job in the photovoltaic life cycle [d]
  541. () Owning our future: the emerging ownership revolution [i]
  542. () Occupy money: creating an economy where everybody wins [i]
  543. () Modeling, analysis, and optimization of process and energy systems [i] [d]
  544. () The zero-waste lifestyle: live well by throwing away less [i]
  545. Erika Kothe & Ajit Varma [ed] () Bio–geo interactions in metal-contaminated soils [i] [d]
  546. () Tree diversity enhances tree transpiration in a Panamanian forest plantation [d]
  547. () An economic appraisal of using source separation of human urine to contain and treat endocrine disrupters in the USA [d]
  548. () Stewardship of things: the radical potential of product stewardship for re-framing responsibilities and relationships to products and materials [d]
  549. () Business and community approaches to rural development: comparing government-to-local approaches [u]
  550. () 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]
  551. () Congruence and coverage: alternative approaches to identifying urban food deserts and food hinterlands [d]
  552. Steffen Lehmann & Robert Crocker [ed] () Designing for zero waste: consumption, technologies and the built environment [i]
  553. Ingrid Leman-Stefanovic & Stephen B. Scharper [ed] () The natural city: re-envisioning the built environment [i]
  554. () International trade drives biodiversity threats in developing nations [d]
  555. () Historical human footprint on modern tree species composition in the Purus-Madeira interfluve, Central Amazonia [d]
  556. () Money and sustainability: the missing link: a report from the Club of Rome–EU Chapter to Finance Watch and the World Business Academy [i]
  557. () A farewell to fossil fuels: answering the energy challenge [u]
  558. () Modos de vivir y sobrevivir: un estudio transcultural de cinco etnias en la Amazonía ecuatoriana [i]
  559. () Impacting community sustainability through behavior change: a research framework [d]
  560. () Recycling reconsidered: the present failure and future promise of environmental action in the United States [i]
  561. () California's Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta conflict: from cooperation to chicken [d]
  562. () Increasing the sustainability of household cooking in developing countries: Policy implications [d]
  563. () Designing cropping systems from nature [d]
  564. () Maximizing your mini farm: self-sufficiency on 1/4 acre [i]
  565. () Material participation: technology, the environment and everyday publics [i] [d]
  566. () Consumption of market goods and wellbeing in small-scale societies: an empirical test among the Tsimane' in the Bolivian Amazon [d]
  567. Pamela A. Matson [ed] () Seeds of sustainability: lessons from the birthplace of the Green Revolution [i] [d]
  568. () Free to those who can afford it: the everyday affordance of privilege [d]
  569. () Fly and be damned: what now for aviation and climate change? [i]
  570. Robert A. Meyers [ed] () Encyclopedia of sustainability science and technology [i]
  571. () Collective action dynamics under external rewards: experimental insights from Andean farming communities [d]
  572. () Determinants of livelihood strategy variation in two extractive reserves in Amazonian flooded and unflooded forests [d]
  573. () A sense of momentum: mobility practices and dis/embodied landscapes of energy use [d]
  574. () Progress in working towards a more sustainable agri-food industry [d]
  575. () Insights and opportunities offered by a rapid ecosystem service assessment in promoting a conservation agenda in an urban biodiversity hotspot [d]
  576. () Natural amenities and rural development in new urban-rural spaces [d]
  577. () Types of cluster adaptation to climate change: lessons from the port and logistics sector of Northwest Germany [d]
  578. () Remote Autonomous Energy Systems Project: towards sustainability in developing countries [d]
  579. () Expresiones de reciprocidad para una economía saludable: los choba-chobas [u]
  580. John Parkin [ed] () Cycling and sustainability [i]
  581. () Future landscapes: managing within complexity [d]
  582. () Agents, individuals, and networks: modeling methods to inform natural resource management in regional landscapes [d]
  583. John A. Parrotta & Ronald L. Trosper [ed] () Traditional forest-related knowledge: sustaining communities, ecosystems and biocultural diversity [i] [d]
  584. () Limitations of nuclear power as a sustainable energy source [d]
  585. () The case for open source appropriate technology [d]
  586. () Water transfer laws and policies: tough questions and institutional reform for the western United States [d]
  587. () Walk 'til you run out of water [d]
  588. Steward T. Pickett, Mary L. Cadenasso, & Brian McGrath [ed] () Resilience in ecology and urban design: linking theory and practice for sustainable cities [i] [d]
  589. Louis P. Pojman & Katie McShane [ed] (/2015) Food ethics [i]
  590. () Market-based conservation of the Amazonian forests: revisiting win–win expectations [d]
  591. () Beyond 'benefits'?: looking at ecosystem services through the capability approach [d]
  592. () Community managed forests and forest protected areas: an assessment of their conservation effectiveness across the tropics [d]
  593. () Mobile phones, livelihoods and the poor in Sub-Saharan Africa: review and prospect [d]
  594. John R. Pucher & Ralph Buehler [ed] () City cycling [i]
  595. Neil Reid, Jay D. Gatrell, & Paula S. Ross [ed] () Local food systems in old industrial regions: concepts, spatial context and local practices [i]
  596. () Designing institutions for governing planetary boundaries: lessons from global forest governance [d]
  597. () Ecological engineers ahead of their time: the functioning of pre-Columbian raised-field agriculture and its potential contributions to sustainability today [d]
  598. () Urban farms [i]
  599. () A beleza das roças: agrobiodiversidade Mebêngôkre-Kayapó em tempos de globalização [d]
  600. () Environmental impact of screenhouse and open-field cultivation using a life cycle analysis: the case study of green bean production [d]
  601. () How can we know if investors are coherently linking sustainability concepts? [d]
  602. () Energy impacts of ICT: insights from an everyday life perspective [d]
  603. () The oil curse: how petroleum wealth shapes the development of nations [i]
  604. () Vegan is love: having heart and taking action [i]
  605. () Drinking water: a history [i]
  606. () Environmental footprint of foods: the duty to inform [d]
  607. () Capabilities, contributive injustice and unequal divisions of labour [d]
  608. () Groundwater depletion and sustainability of irrigation in the US High Plains and Central Valley [d]
  609. () Effects of pesticide toxicity, salinity and other environmental variables on selected ecosystem functions in streams and the relevance for ecosystem services [d]
  610. () Anticipating critical transitions [d]
  611. Jürgen Scheffran, Michael Brzoska, Hans Günter Brauch, Peter Michael Link, & Janpeter Schilling [ed] () Climate change, human security and violent conflict: challenges for societal stability [i] [d]
  612. () The relationship between social work and environmental sustainability: implications for interdisciplinary practice [d]
  613. Matthew A. Schnurr & Larry A. Swatuk [ed] () Environmental change, natural resources and social conflict [i] [d]
  614. () 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]
  615. () Exploring the social bases of home gardening [d]
  616. () Rethinking habits and their role in behaviour change: the case of low-carbon mobility [d]
  617. Christopher C. Sellers & Joseph Melling [ed] () Dangerous trade: histories of industrial hazard across a globalizing world [i]
  618. () Cooler smarter: practical steps for low-carbon living: expert advice from the Union of Concerned Scientists [i] [d]
  619. () Local dollars, local sense: how to shift your money from Wall Street to Main Street and achieve real prosperity [i]
  620. Simron Jit Singh, Helmut Haberl, Marian Chertow, Michael Mirtl, & Martin Schmid [ed] () Long term socio-ecological research: studies in society–nature interactions across spatial and temporal scales [i] [d]
  621. () What moves and works: broadening the consideration of energy poverty [d]
  622. () The nature and causes of the global water crisis: syndromes from a meta-analysis of coupled human-water studies [d]
  623. () Just transitions: explorations of sustainability in an unfair world [i]
  624. () Plastic-free: how I kicked the plastic habit and you can too [i]
  625. Jan Toporowski & Jo Michell [ed] () Handbook of critical issues in finance [i] [d]
  626. () Contribution of traditional knowledge to ecological restoration: practices and applications [d]
  627. () What is a responsible supply chain? [d]
  628. () Off-grid mobilities: incorporating a way of life [d]
  629. André Viljoen & Johannes S. C. Wiskerke [ed] () Sustainable food planning: evolving theory and practice [i]
  630. () Sustainability of diets: from concepts to governance [d]
  631. () Sustainability science [i] [d]
  632. () Using mobility to gain stability: rural household strategies and outcomes in long-distance labour mobility [u]
  633. () Pest management in food systems: an economic perspective [d]
  634. Michael P. Weinstein & R. Eugene Turner [ed] () Sustainability science: the emerging paradigm and the urban environment [i]
  635. () Car country: an environmental history [i]
  636. Laura Westra, Colin L. Soskolne, & Donald W. Spady [ed] () Human health and ecological integrity: ethics, law and human rights [i]
  637. () Learning gardens and sustainability education: bringing life to schools and schools to life [i]
  638. () Bank regulation [i] [d]
  639. () Science education for global sustainability: what is necessary for teaching, learning, and assessment strategies? [d]
  640. () Hazardous wastes, industrial disasters, and environmental health risks: local and global environmental struggles [i] [d]
  641. () This must be the place: underrepresentation of identity and meaning in climate change decision-making [d]
  642. () Forest restoration, biodiversity and ecosystem functioning [d]
  643. () Sustainable webs of interests: property in an interconnected environment [i] [d]
  644. () Glasses as engineering materials: a review [d]
  645. Kenneth Michael Ayotte & Henry E. Smith [ed] () Research handbook on the economics of property law [i]
  646. Bhavik R. Bakshi, Timothy George Peter Gutowski, & Dušan P. Sekulić [ed] () Thermodynamics and the destruction of resources [i] [d]
  647. () Palm harvest impacts in north-western South America [d]
  648. () The trilogy of distance, speed and time [d]
  649. () 'We are the lungs of the world': popular environmentalism and the local politics of climate change in the Ecuadorian Amazon [u]
  650. Andrea Belgrano & Charles W. Fowler [ed] () Ecosystem-based management for marine fisheries: an evolving perspective [i] [d]
  651. () Palm management in South America [d]
  652. Roy Bhaskar, Karl G. Høyer, & Petter Naess [ed] () Ecophilosophy in a world of crisis: critical realism and the Nordic contributions [i]
  653. () The personal life of the behavior analyst [p] [d]
  654. Hans Günter Brauch, Úrsula Oswald Spring, Czesław Mesjasz, John Grin, Patricia Kameri-Mbote, Béchir Chourou, Pál Dunay, & Jörn Birkmann [ed] () Coping with global environmental change, disasters and security: threats, challenges, vulnerabilities and risks [i] [d]
  655. () Ecosystem services and fictitious commodities [d]
  656. () Lessons learned from flame retardant use and regulation could enhance future control of potentially hazardous chemicals [d]
  657. () World on the edge: how to prevent environmental and economic collapse [i] [u]
  658. () 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]
  659. JoAnn Carmin & Julian Agyeman [ed] () Environmental inequalities beyond borders: local perspectives on global injustices [i]
  660. () The real cost of cheap food [i]
  661. () Place orientation and rural-urban interdependence [d]
  662. () Myopia and the global financial crisis: context-specific reasoning, market structure, and institutional governance [d]
  663. () Farmer attitudes toward production of perennial energy grasses in east central Illinois: implications for community-based decision making [d]
  664. Stephen Coyle [ed] () Sustainable and resilient communities: a comprehensive action plan for towns, cities, and regions [i]
  665. Andrew L. Dannenberg, Howard Frumkin, & Richard Jackson [ed] () Making healthy places: designing and building for health, well-being, and sustainability [i] [d]
  666. () Applying the ecosystem services concept to poverty alleviation: the need to disaggregate human well-being [d]
  667. () What's wrong with my vegetable garden?: 100% organic solutions for all your vegetables, from artichokes to zucchini [i]
  668. Panagiotis Delimatsis & Nils Herger [ed] () Financial regulation at the crossroads: implications for supervision, institutional design and trade [i]
  669. Partho Dhang [ed] () Urban pest management: an environmental perspective [i] [d]
  670. () Comparisons of Mayan forest management, restoration, and conservation [d]
  671. () The geography of finance: form and functions [d]
  672. () Small green roofs: low-tech options for greener living [i]
  673. () Broke but unbroken: grassroots social movements and their radical solutions to poverty [i]
  674. () Food systems, planning and quantifying access: using GIS to plan for food retail [d]
  675. () Peasants' rights and the UN system: quixotic struggle? Or emancipatory idea whose time has come? [d]
  676. () Sustainability as a driving force in contemporary library design [d]
  677. Dave Egan, Evan E. Hjerpe, & Jesse Abrams [ed] () Human dimensions of ecological restoration: integrating science, nature, and culture [i] [d]
  678. () The global politics of food: a critical overview [u]
  679. Karin M. Ekström & Kay Glans [ed] () Beyond the consumption bubble [i]
  680. () Visualizing energy consumption activities as a tool for making everyday life more sustainable [d] [u]
  681. () Property: Faustian pact or new covenant with earth? [i] [d]
  682. () Full cost accounting for the life cycle of coal [d]
  683. () Fungi, trees, people, nematodes, beetles, and weather: ecologies of vulnerability and ecologies of negotiation in matsutake commodity exchange [d]
  684. () Running to stay in place: the time-use implications of automobile oriented land-use and travel [d]
  685. () Commons, anticommons, semicommons [i]
  686. () Living with herds: human–animal coexistence in Mongolia [i] [d]
  687. () Protecting indigenous values in water management: a challenge to conventional environmental flow assessments [d]
  688. () Methodology and indicators of economy-wide Material Flow Accounting: state of the art and reliability across sources [d]
  689. () Solutions for a cultivated planet [d]
  690. () Doing the right thing: measuring wellbeing for public policy [u]
  691. () Urban reconciliation ecology: the potential of living roofs and walls [d]
  692. () The metabolic pattern of societies: where economists fall short [i]
  693. () The dragons of inaction: psychological barriers that limit climate change mitigation and adaptation [d]
  694. () Backcasting energy futures using industrial ecology [d]
  695. () Water-use efficiency and productivity: rethinking the basin approach [d]
  696. () Collaborative transportation sharing: from theory to practice via a case study from France [i] [d]
  697. () The disentangled bank: how loss of habitat fragments and disassembles ecological networks [d]
  698. () Reconstructing automobility: the making and breaking of modern transportation [d]
  699. () Carrot city: creating places for urban agriculture [i]
  700. () 'Consumption' [d]
  701. David P. Grinlinton & Prue Taylor [ed] () Property rights and sustainability: the evolution of property rights to meet ecological challenges [i] [d]
  702. () 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]
  703. () 'Because you got to have heat': the networked assemblage of energy poverty in eastern North Carolina [d]
  704. () Corporate social responsibility in the food sector [d]
  705. () Conservation value of dispersed tree cover threatened by pasture management [d]
  706. () Transparency, consultation and conflict: assessing the micro-level risks surrounding the drive to develop Peru's Amazonian oil and gas resources [d]
  707. A. H. J. (Bert) Helmsing & Sietze Vellema [ed] () Value chains, social inclusion, and economic development: contrasting theories and realities [i]
  708. () My work is that of conservation: an environmental biography of George Washington Carver [i]
  709. () Reform or transformation?: the pivotal role of food justice in the U.S. food movement [d]
  710. () Toward an integrated GIScience and energy research agenda [d]
  711. () Interpreting industry's impacts: micropolitical ecologies of divergent community responses [d]
  712. () Powering 'progress': regulation and the development of Michigan's electricity landscape [d]
  713. () Enforcing scarcity: oil, violence, and the making of the market [d]
  714. () Assessing the proximity of healthy food options and food deserts in a rural area in Maine [d]
  715. () Where artisanal mines and forest meet: socio-economic and environmental impacts in the Congo Basin [d]
  716. Jill Jäger & Sarah Cornell [ed] () The planet in 2050: the Lund discourse of the future [i]
  717. () Geographies of shit: spatial and temporal variations in attitudes towards human waste [d]
  718. () Measuring and locating footprints: a case study of Taiwan's rice and wheat consumption footprint [d]
  719. Barbara Rose Johnston, Lisa Hiwasaki, Irene J. Klaver, Ameyali Ramos Castillo, & Veronica Strang [ed] () Water, cultural diversity, and global environmental change: emerging trends, sustainable futures? [i] [d]
  720. () Virtuous circles: values, systems and sustainability [u]
  721. () Food globalization in prehistory [d]
  722. () Making nature whole: a history of ecological restoration [i] [d]
  723. () Tiny homes: simple shelter: scaling back in the century [i]
  724. () Food security: an ecological–social analysis to promote social development [d]
  725. () Ecological economics and institutional change [d]
  726. () Tropical ecology [i]
  727. () Public versus private risk sharing [d]
  728. () Establishing a sustainable mining operation: an overview [d]
  729. () Deforestation and the social impacts of soy for biodiesel: perspectives of farmers in the south Brazilian Amazon [d]
  730. () The gardens of democracy: a new American story of citizenship, the economy, and the role of government [i]
  731. () Reinventing fire: bold business solutions for the new energy era [i]
  732. () Unsustainable development: could it be a Ponzi scheme? [u]
  733. () Powering the dream: the history and promise of green technology [i]
  734. () Environmental protection, inequality, and institutional change [d]
  735. () Another fork in the trail: vegetarian and vegan recipes for the backcountry [i]
  736. () Fixing the game: bubbles, crashes, and what capitalism can learn from the NFL [i]
  737. () Domestic wastewater treatment as a net energy producer: can this be achieved? [d]
  738. () White-tailed deer management strategies and domestication processes [d]
  739. () Growing Buffalo's capacity for local food: a systems framework for sustainable agriculture [d]
  740. () A philosophical analysis of David Orr's theory of ecological literacy: biophilia, ecojustice and moral education in school learning communities [d]
  741. () Plastic ocean: how a sea captain's chance discovery launched a determined quest to save the oceans [i]
  742. () Energy return on investment, peak oil, and the end of economic growth [d]
  743. () Rethinking macroeconomics for sustainability [i]
  744. () 'Papering' over space and place: product carbon footprint modeling in the global paper industry [d]
  745. () Homegrown & handmade: a practical guide to more self-reliant living [i]
  746. () Slow violence and the environmentalism of the poor [i] [d]
  747. () How are WEEE doing?: a global review of the management of electrical and electronic wastes [p] [d]
  748. Mitsuru Ōsaki, Ademola K. Braimoh, & Ken'ichi Nakagami [ed] () Designing our future: local perspectives on bioproduction, ecosystems and humanity [i]
  749. () Visualizing energy consumption activities as a tool for developing effective policy [d] [u]
  750. () Los territorios kechwa-Lamas y la superposición de sus modos ancestrales de relacionarse con la tierra [u]
  751. David J. Pannell & Frank Vanclay [ed] () Changing land management: adoption of new practices by rural landholders [i]
  752. () Projected water consumption in future global agriculture: scenarios and related impacts [p] [d]
  753. () Beyond postdevelopment: civic responses to regional integration in the Amazon [d]
  754. () Provision of decision support in environmental management [d]
  755. Miguel Pinedo-Vasquez, Mauro L. Ruffino, Christine Padoch, & Eduardo S. Brondízio [ed] () The Amazon várzea: the decade past and the decade ahead [i] [d]
  756. () Resilience, spirituality and posttraumatic growth: reshaping the effects of climate change [i] [d]
  757. Felix Rauschmayer, Ines Omann, & Johannes Frühmann [ed] () Sustainable development: capabilities, needs, and well-being [i]
  758. () Envisioning adaptive strategies to change: participatory scenarios for agropastoral semiarid systems in Nicaragua [u]
  759. Chittaranjan Ray & Ravi K. Jain [ed] () Drinking water treatment: focusing on appropriate technology and sustainability [i] [d]
  760. () Returning home and making a living: employment strategies of returning migrants to rural US communities [u]
  761. () The campesino-to-campesino agroecology movement of ANAP in Cuba: social process methodology in the construction of sustainable peasant agriculture and food sovereignty [d]
  762. () Farm anatomy: the curious parts & pieces of country life [i]
  763. () Foraging and farming as niche construction: stable and unstable adaptations [d]
  764. () 'Food desertification': the loss of a major supermarket in New Haven, Connecticut [d]
  765. Julia Sagebien & Nicole Marie Lindsay [ed] () Governance ecosystems: CSR in the Latin American mining sector [i] [d]
  766. () Allocating logging rights in Peruvian Amazonia—does it matter to be local? [d]
  767. Laura Browne Sayre & Sean Clark [ed] () Fields of learning: the student farm movement in North America [i]
  768. () Environmental literacy in science and society: from knowledge to decisions [i] [d]
  769. () Trophically balanced sustainable agriculture [d]
  770. () How many slaves are working for you? [u]
  771. () The evolution of local partnerships for sustainable agriculture [d]
  772. () Physiological parameters of plants as indicators of water quality in a constructed wetland [d]
  773. () A political economy approach to foreign investment and local welfare [d]
  774. () Future visioning of local climate change: a framework for community engagement and planning with scenarios and visualisation [d]
  775. () Waste and recycling: theory and empirics [i]
  776. () What will work: fighting climate change with renewable energy, not nuclear power [i] [d]
  777. () Using native plants to restore community: in southwest Michigan and beyond [i]
  778. () Science, energy, ethics, and civilization [i]
  779. () General patterns of niche construction and the management of 'wild' plant and animal resources by small-scale pre-industrial societies [d]
  780. () The edible front yard: the mow-less, grow-more plan for a beautiful, bountiful garden [i]
  781. () Contesting the future of nuclear power: a critical global assessment of atomic energy [i] [d]
  782. Úrsula Oswald Spring [ed] () Water resources in Mexico: scarcity, degradation, stress, conflicts, management, and policy [i] [d]
  783. () Beyond the vertical?: using value chains and governance as a framework to analyse private standards initiatives in agri-food chains [d]
  784. () Boundary shifts: from management to engagement in complexities of ecosystems and social contexts [i] [d]
  785. () Microbiology is the basis of sustainable agriculture: an opinion [d]
  786. () Core issues in the economics of biodiversity conservation [d]
  787. () Restoring disturbed landscapes: putting principles into practice [i] [d]
  788. () Legal and administrative regulation of palms and other NTFPs in Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia [d]
  789. Thanh-Đạm Trương & Des Gasper [ed] () Transnational migration and human security: the migration–development–security nexus [i] [d]
  790. () Metabolic profile of the Colombian economy from 1970 to 2007 [d]
  791. () The ecology of agroecosystems [i]
  792. () Participatory approach to identify interventions to improve the health, safety, and work productivity of smallholder women vegetable farmers in the Gambia [d]
  793. Karli Verghese, Helen Lewis, & Leanne Fitzpatrick [ed] () Packaging for sustainability [i] [d]
  794. () Natural and human economies compared [d]
  795. () Factors influencing food buying practices in residents of a low-income food desert and a low-income food oasis [d]
  796. Dominic Waughray [ed] () Water security: managing at the water–food–energy–climate nexus: the World Economic Forum water initiative [i] [d]
  797. Inka Weissbecker [ed] () Climate change and human well-being: global challenges and opportunities [i] [d]
  798. () Sisters of the soil: urban gardening as resistance in Detroit [d]
  799. () Backyard harvest: a year-round guide to growing fruits and vegetables [i]
  800. () How can the financial sector better serve people and the planet?: the need to reimagine finance [d]
  801. () Footprinted.org—experiences from using linked open data for environmental impact information [i] [u]
  802. () Diverting indirect subsidies from the nuclear industry to the photovoltaic industry: energy and financial returns [d]
  803. () How does consumer behavior influence regional ecological footprints?: an empirical analysis for Chinese regions based on the multi-region input–output model [d]
  804. () Water flowing north of the border: export agriculture and water politics in a rural community in Baja California [d]
  805. László Zsolnai [ed] () Ethical principles and economic transformation—a Buddhist approach [i] [d]
  806. () Climate change resilience and adaptation: perspectives from a century of water resources development [d]
  807. () Evaluating municipal water conservation policies using a dynamic simulation model [d]
  808. () A profile of Canadian agritourists and the benefits they seek [u]
  809. () Deforestation drivers in Southwest Amazonia: comparing smallholder farmers in Iñapari, Peru, and Assis Brasil, Brazil [d]
  810. Angela Andrade Pérez, Bernal Herrera Fernández, & Roberto Cazzolla Gatti [ed] () Building resilience to climate change: ecosystem-based adaptation and lessons from the field [i] [u]
  811. () Water resources [i]
  812. () Restoring ecological health to your land [i]
  813. () Bypassing globalization: barter markets as a new indigenous economy in Peru [d]
  814. () The Amazonian formative: crop domestication and anthropogenic soils [d]
  815. Neville Ash, Hernán Blanco, Claire Brown, Keisha Garcia, Thomas Henrichs, Nicolas Lucas, Ciara Raudsepp-Hearne, R. David Simpson, Robert J. Scholes, Thomas P. Tomich, Bhaskar Vira, & Monika Zurek [ed] () Ecosystems and human well-being: a manual for assessment practitioners [i] [u]
  816. Erik Assadourian, Linda Starke, Lisa Mastny, & Worldwatch Institute [ed] () State of the world 2010: transforming cultures: from consumerism to sustainability [i]
  817. () Transparency in nonstate certification: consequences for accountability and legitimacy [d]
  818. () Crossing the energy divide: moving from fossil fuel dependence to a clean-energy future [i]
  819. () Who decides what is fair in fair trade?: the agri-environmental governance of standards, access, and price [d]
  820. () Privatizing water: governance failure and the world's urban water crisis [i]
  821. () Habitat as architecture: integrating conservation planning and human health [d]
  822. () Contingent diversity on anthropic landscapes [d]
  823. () Participatory action research and environmental learning: implications for resilient forests and communities [d]
  824. () Social-ecological memory in urban gardens—retaining the capacity for management of ecosystem services [d]
  825. () The atlas of world hunger [i]
  826. Daniel G. Bates & Judith Tucker [ed] () Human ecology: contemporary research and practice [i] [d]
  827. () From hunting fish to managing populations: fisheries science and the destruction of Newfoundland cod fisheries [d]
  828. () Measuring sustainable welfare: a new approach to the ISEW [d]
  829. () The roles and values of wild foods in agricultural systems [d]
  830. () Buying local food: shopping practices, place, and consumption networks in defining food as 'local' [d]
  831. () Why didn't agriculture develop in Japan?: a consideration of Jomon ecological style, niche construction, and the origins of domestication [d]
  832. () Shepherds of the mountains: sheep farming in a north Norwegian alpine landscape as a community of practice [u]
  833. () Integrating poverty and environmental concerns into value-chain analysis: a conceptual framework [d]
  834. () Fair deals for watershed services: lessons from a multi-country action-learning project [i] [u]
  835. () Constructing sustainable palm oil: how actors define sustainability [d]
  836. () Working to eat: vulnerability, food insecurity, and obesity among migrant and seasonal farmworker families [p] [d]
  837. Klaus Bosselmann & J. Ronald Engel [ed] () The Earth Charter: a framework for global governance [i]
  838. Jon Bowermaster [ed] () Oceans: the threats to our seas and what you can do to turn the tide: a participant media guide [i]
  839. () Food security, food sovereignty, and local challenges for transnational agrarian movements: the Honduras case [d]
  840. () Does plantation forestry restore biodiversity or create green deserts?: a synthesis of the effects of land-use transitions on plant species richness [d]
  841. () The political-economics of developing markets versus satisfying food needs [d]
  842. () Minimum dwelling [i]
  843. () Water ethics: foundational readings for students and professionals [i]
  844. () Civilizing the economy: a new economics of provision [i] [d]
  845. () Perceptions of climate change, multiple stressors and livelihoods on marginal African coasts [d]
  846. () Coastal governance [i] [d]
  847. () Death and disposal: the universal, environmental dilemma [d]
  848. () Origin and domestication of native Amazonian crops [d]
  849. () Between a pristine myth and an impoverished future [d]
  850. () Lifestyle and energy consumption: a comparison of four collective communities in transition [d]
  851. () 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]
  852. () Of stakes, stems, and cuttings: the importance of local seed systems in traditional Amazonian societies [d]
  853. () Offsetting benefits?: analyzing access to forest carbon [d]
  854. () Moving people: sustainable transport development [i]
  855. () Forecast skill and farmers' skills: seasonal climate forecasts and agricultural risk management in the southeastern United States [d]
  856. () The death of great ships: photography, politics, and waste in the global imaginary [d]
  857. () Creating a forest garden: working with nature to grow edible crops [i]
  858. () Forests, food, and fuel in the tropics: the uneven social and ecological consequences of the emerging political economy of biofuels [d]
  859. () Alternative energy and the energy–environment disconnect [u]
  860. John B. Davis [ed] () Global social economy: development, work and policy [i]
  861. () The resilient gardener: food production and self-reliance in uncertain times [i]
  862. () One planet communities: a real-life guide to sustainable living [i]
  863. Ed Diener, John F. Helliwell, & Daniel Kahneman [ed] () International differences in well-being [i]
  864. () Too smart for our own good: the ecological predicament of humankind [i] [d]
  865. Pay Drechsel [ed] () Wastewater irrigation and health: assessing and mitigating risk in low-income countries [i]
  866. () A geographic approach to place and natural resource use in local food systems [d]
  867. J. Ronald Engel, Laura Westra, & Klaus Bosselmann [ed] () Democracy, ecological integrity and international law [i]
  868. () Overcoming information limitations for the prescription of an environmental flow regime for a Central American river [u]
  869. () Conservation through the economics lens [d]
  870. () Sociometabolic regimes in indigenous communities and the crucial role of working time: a comparison of case studies [u]
  871. () Acculturation, socioeconomic status, and health among Hispanics [d]
  872. Alyson C. Flournoy & David M. Driesen [ed] () Beyond environmental law: policy proposals for a better environmental future [i] [d]
  873. () Promoting walking and bicycling: assessing the evidence to assist planners [d]
  874. (/2014) Smart power: climate change, the smart grid, and the future of electric utilities [i]
  875. () Farm together now: a portrait of people, places, and ideas for a new food movement [i]
  876. () One less car: bicycling and the politics of automobility [i]
  877. () Birds as suppliers of seed dispersal in temperate ecosystems: conservation guidelines from real-world landscapes [d]
  878. () Changing taste preferences, market demands and traditions in Pearl Lagoon, Nicaragua: a community reliant on green turtles for income and nutrition [d]
  879. () Challenges in merging fisheries research and management: the Upper Mississippi River experience [d]
  880. Laura A. German, Joshua Ramisch, & Ritu Verma [ed] () Beyond the biophysical: knowledge, culture, and politics in agriculture and natural resource management [i] [d]
  881. () Rethinking the dynamics of rural transformation: performing different development pathways in a Philippine municipality [d] [j]
  882. () Fields of dreams: negotiating an ethanol agenda in the Midwest United States [d]
  883. Stephen R. Gliessman & Martha Rosemeyer [ed] () The conversion to sustainable agriculture: principles, processes, and practices [i]
  884. () Scaling up from gardens: biodiversity conservation in urban environments [d]
  885. () Metal spectra as indicators of development [d]
  886. () Challenges in integrating the concept of ecosystem services and values in landscape planning, management and decision making [d]
  887. () Ignorance and surprise: science, society, and ecological design [i]
  888. () Unsettled account: the evolution of banking in the industrialized world since 1800 [i] [j]
  889. Lance H. Gunderson, Craig R. Allen, & C. S. Holling [ed] () Foundations of ecological resilience [i]
  890. Greg Halseth, Sean Patrick Markey, & David Bruce [ed] () The next rural economies: constructing rural place in global economies [i]
  891. () 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]
  892. () Gender and mobility: new approaches for informing sustainability [d]
  893. () Value chain coordination for agrobiodiversity conservation [i]
  894. () This borrowed earth: lessons from the fifteen worst environmental disasters around the world [i]
  895. () When technology fails: getting back to nature [d]
  896. Ryan Holifield, Michael Porter, & Gordon Walker [ed] () Spaces of environmental justice [i]
  897. Alf Hornborg & Andrew K. Jorgensen [ed] () International trade and environmental justice: toward a global political ecology [i]
  898. Elisabeth Hsu & Stephen Harris [ed] () Plants, health and healing: on the interface of ethnobotany and medical anthropology [i]
  899. () Fresh market to supermarket: nutrition transition insights from Chiang Mai, Thailand [d]
  900. () Sustainable natural systems for treatment and disposal of food processing wastewater [d]
  901. () Consulting the genius of the place: an ecological approach to a new agriculture [i]
  902. () Between soil and soil [u]
  903. () Examining the interrelationships between supply chain integration scope and supply chain management efforts [d]
  904. () Permapoesis and artist as family [u]
  905. Wil de Jong, Denyse J. Snelder, & Noboru Ishikawa [ed] () Transborder governance of forests, rivers, and seas [i]
  906. () Role of farmers in improving the sustainability of sanitation systems [i] [d]
  907. () Secondary forests on anthropogenic soils in Brazilian Amazonia conserve agrobiodiversity [d]
  908. () Edible wild plants: wild foods from dirt to plate [i]
  909. () Coevolutionary ecological economics [d]
  910. () Food consumption trends and drivers [d]
  911. () Human footprint: everything you will eat, use, wear, buy, and throw out in your lifetime [i]
  912. () Cultivating an ecological conscience: essays from a farmer philosopher [i]
  913. () Place oriented ecological footprint analysis: the case of Israel's grain supply [d]
  914. () Mapping biological resources in the coastal zone: an evaluation of methods in a pioneering study from Norway [d]
  915. () Edible backyards: a qualitative study of household food growing and its contributions to food security [d]
  916. () Indigenous peoples and climate change in Latin America and the Caribbean [i]
  917. () 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]
  918. Sarah A. Laird, Rebecca J. McLain, & Rachel Wynberg [ed] () Wild product governance: finding policies that work for non-timber forest products [i]
  919. Ruth Lane & Andrew Gorman-Murray [ed] () Material geographies of household sustainability [i]
  920. () The 'demonization' of rainforest migrants, or: what conservation means to poor colonist farmers [i] [d]
  921. Nigel Leader-Williams, William M. Adams, & Robert J. Smith [ed] () Trade-offs in conservation: deciding what to save [i]
  922. () Scaling up local perceptions of poverty to country level: a proof of concept for rural Honduras [d]
  923. () Sacrifice zones: the front lines of toxic chemical exposure in the United States [i]
  924. () Subjective well-being in rural India: the curse of conspicuous consumption [d]
  925. Stewart Lockie & David Carpenter [ed] () Agriculture, biodiversity and markets: livelihoods and agroecology in comparative perspective [i]
  926. () Wastewater management through the ages: a history of mankind [d]
  927. () Holy shit: managing manure to save mankind [i]
  928. () Engineering and sustainable community development [i]
  929. () Global value chains, local collective action and corporate social responsibility: a review of empirical evidence [d]
  930. () Carjacked: the culture of the automobile and its effect on our lives [i]
  931. () Farmers facing rapid agricultural land condition changes in two villages in the Upper Amazon, Peru: can action learning contribute to resilience? [d]
  932. () Traditional ecological knowledge (TEK): ideas, inspiration, and designs for ecological engineering [d]
  933. () Forest certification as a global environmental governance tool: what is the macro-effectiveness of the Forest Stewardship Council? [d]
  934. Laurie Ann Mazur [ed] () A pivotal moment: population, justice, and the environmental challenge [i]
  935. () Towards the development of a GIS method for identifying rural food deserts: geographic access in Vermont, USA [d]
  936. () Chemical ecology in coupled human and natural systems: people, manioc, multitrophic interactions and global change [d]
  937. () Benevolent and benign?: using environmental justice to investigate waste-related impacts of ecotourism in destination communities [i]
  938. () Reframing individual responsibility for sustainable consumption: lessons from environmental justice and ecological citizenship [d] [j]
  939. () On Gandhi's path: Bob Swann's work for peace and community economics [i]
  940. () Food prices and modern retail: the case of Delhi [d]
  941. () 'Opting out': a case study of smallholder rejection of research in western Kenya [i] [d]
  942. () A coevolutionary understanding of agroenvironmental change: a case-study of a rural community in Brazil [d]
  943. Felix Müller, Cornelia Baessler, Hendrik Schubert, & Stefan Klotz [ed] () Long-term ecological research: between theory and application [i] [d]
  944. () Lifespan of commodities, Part I: the creation of a database and its review [d]
  945. () Back-end users: the unrecognized stakeholders in demand-driven sanitation [d]
  946. Joy Murray, Thomas Wiedmann, & Darian McBain [ed] (/2015) The sustainability practitioner's guide to social analysis and assessment [i]
  947. () Ethnobiology for a diverse world: microbial ethnobiology and the loss of distinctive food cultures [d]
  948. () Fairness and ethicality in their place: the regional dynamics of fair trade and ethical sourcing agendas in the plantation districts of South India [d]
  949. () Dead planet, living planet: biodiversity and ecosystem restoration for sustainable development: a rapid response assessment [i] [u]
  950. () Provisioning responsibilities: how relationships shape the work that women do [d]
  951. () Optimising economic, environmental, and social objectives: a goal-programming approach in the food sector [d]
  952. () Water sustainability: anthropological approaches and prospects [d]
  953. () Sacred forests of India: a strong tradition of community-based natural resource management [d]
  954. (/2013) Food politics: what everyone needs to know [i]
  955. () Co-ordinating passages: understanding the resources needed for everyday mobility [d]
  956. () Obscuring ecosystem function with application of the ecosystem services concept [d]
  957. () Policy review: thoughts on addressing population and climate change in a just and ethical manner [d]
  958. () Evaluating the role of co-management in improving governance of marine protected areas: an experimental approach in the Colombian Caribbean [d]
  959. Sarah E. Pilgrim & Jules N. Pretty [ed] () Nature and culture: rebuilding lost connections [i]
  960. () The ecological limits of hydrologic alteration (ELOHA): a new framework for developing regional environmental flow standards [d]
  961. () Analyzing water institutions in the 21st century: guidelines for water researchers and professionals [d]
  962. () The top 100 questions of importance to the future of global agriculture [d]
  963. () The biofuel connection—transnational activism and the palm oil boom [d]
  964. () Untangling the environmentalist's paradox: why is human well-being increasing as ecosystem services degrade? [d]
  965. () Integrating poverty and environmental concerns into value-chain analysis: a strategic framework and practical guide [d]
  966. () Evolving power and environmental policy: explaining institutional change with group selection [d]
  967. () Participatory methods of integrated assessment—a review [d]
  968. () Understanding food insecurity among Latino immigrant families in rural America [d]
  969. Joseph Sarkis, James Jude Cordeiro, & Diego Vazquez Brust [ed] () Facilitating sustainable innovation through collaboration: a multi-stakeholder perspective [i] [d]
  970. () Pennsylvania farm-to-school programs and the articulation of local context [d]
  971. () The politics of food: the global conflict between food security and food sovereignty [i]
  972. () Challenges to legitimacy at the Forest Stewardship Council [d] [j]
  973. () Communal sanitation alternatives for slums: a case study of Kibera, Kenya [d]
  974. () Global water pollution and human health [d]
  975. () Agricultural knowledge in urban and resettled communities: applications to social-ecological resilience and environmental education [d]
  976. () Toward sustainable transport: conventional and disruptive approaches in the U.S. context [d]
  977. () Mindful consumption: a customer-centric approach to sustainability [d]
  978. () Pedagogy of passion for sustainability [u]
  979. () Valuing cattle on mixed smallholdings in the Eastern Amazon [d]
  980. () Local studies manual: a researcher's guide for investigating the social metabolism of local rural systems [u]
  981. () Dealing with environmental responsibilities: living everyday life as political participation [i]
  982. () Energy transitions: history, requirements, prospects [i]
  983. () Two prime movers of globalization: the history and impact of diesel engines and gas turbines [i]
  984. Patrik Söderholm [ed] () Environmental policy and household behaviour: sustainability and everyday life [i]
  985. () Seed systems and farmers' seed choices: the case of maize in the Peruvian Amazon [d]
  986. () Food shopping transition: socio-economic characteristics and motivations associated with use of supermarkets in a North African urban environment [d]
  987. () Nature's garden: a guide to identifying, harvesting, and preparing edible wild plants [i]
  988. () Plant use and management in homegardens and swiddens: evidence from the Bolivian Amazon [d]
  989. () The wisdom of property and the politics of the middle classes [i]
  990. () Why the world economy needs a financial crash and other critical essays on finance and financial economics [i]
  991. () Speed kills: the complex links between transport, lack of time and urban health [d]
  992. () United We Can: resource recovery, place and social enterprise [d]
  993. () The human footprint as a conservation planning tool [i] [d]
  994. () Ecosystem valuation [d]
  995. () What do banks do, what should they do and what public policies are needed to ensure best results for the real economy? [u]
  996. Okechukwu Ukaga, Chris Maser, & Mike Reichenbach [ed] () Sustainable development: principles, frameworks, and case studies [i]
  997. () Global environment outlook: Latin America and the Caribbean [i] [u]
  998. () Corporate transparency and green management [d] [j]
  999. () Put 'em up!: a comprehensive home preserving guide for the creative cook, from drying and freezing to canning and pickling [i]
  1000. Bas van Vliet, Gert Spaargaren, & Peter Oosterveer [ed] () Social perspectives on the sanitation challenge [i] [d]
  1001. () Ethnobotanical knowledge and agrobiodiversity in subsistence farming: case study of home gardens in Phong My commune, central Vietnam [d]
  1002. () Global threats to human water security and river biodiversity [d]
  1003. () Reducing energy and material flows in cities [d]
  1004. () A review of the ecological footprint indicator—perceptions and methods [d]
  1005. () Beyond eating right: the emergence of civic dietetics to foster health and sustainability through food system change [d]
  1006. () The data-driven life [u]
  1007. () Cultivating beyond-capitalist economies [d]
  1008. () Women's participation in development programs and food security status [d]
  1009. () Accounting for ecosystem services in Life Cycle Assessment, part II: toward an ecologically based LCA [d]
  1010. () Accounting for ecosystem services in Life Cycle Assessment, part I: a critical review [d]
  1011. Alberto Acosta & Esperanza Martínez [ed] () El buen vivir: una via para el desarrollo [i]
  1012. W. Neil Adger & Andrew Jordan [ed] () Governing sustainability [i] [d]
  1013. () Experiential household food insecurity in an urban underserved slum of North India [d]
  1014. () Close to the edge, down by the river?: joining up managed retreat and place attachment in a climate changed world [d]
  1015. Julian Agyeman, Peter Cole, Randolph Haluza-DeLay, & Pat O'Riley [ed] () Speaking for ourselves: environmental justice in Canada [i]
  1016. () Recycling and recovery routes of plastic solid waste (PSW): a review [p] [d]
  1017. () Toward a typology for social-ecological systems [u]
  1018. () Pandora's locks: the opening of the Great Lakes–St. Lawrence Seaway [i]
  1019. () Taking the long view: environmental sustainability and delay of gratification [d]
  1020. Thomas A. Arcury & Sara A. Quandt [ed] () Latino farmworkers in the Eastern United States: health, safety and justice [i] [d]
  1021. () Using Total Material Requirement to reduce the global environmental burden [d]
  1022. Jennifer Bair [ed] () Frontiers of commodity chain research [i]
  1023. Cheryl Baldwin [ed] () Sustainability in the food industry [i]
  1024. () Institutional challenges for mining and sustainability in Peru [d]
  1025. () Understanding relationships among multiple ecosystem services [p] [d]
  1026. () Implementing the results of Material Flow Analysis [d]
  1027. () Coupling agent-based models of subsistence farming with individual-based forest models and dynamic models of water distribution [d]
  1028. () Using strategic sustainable development as an approach to conflict resolution [d]
  1029. () Poverty and proximity to food assistance programs are inversely related to community food security in an Appalachian Ohio region [d]
  1030. Patrick J. Bohlen & Garfield J. House [ed] () Sustainable agroecosystem management: integrating ecology, economics, and society [i]
  1031. () Tropical turmoil: a biodiversity tragedy in progress [d]
  1032. Hans Günter Brauch, Úrsula Oswald Spring, John Grin, Czesław Mesjasz, Patricia Kameri-Mbote, Navnita Chadha Behera, Béchir Chourou, & Heinz Krummenacher [ed] () Facing global environmental change: environmental, human, energy, food, health and water security concepts [i] [d]
  1033. () The world water crisis: the failures of resource management [i]
  1034. () Material worlds: natural resources, resource geography and the material economy [d]
  1035. () The seasons on Henry's farm: a year of food and life on a sustainable farm [i]
  1036. () A survey of energy and environmental applications of glass [d]
  1037. () Right relationship: building a whole earth economy [i]
  1038. () Cuban home gardens and their role in social-ecological resilience [d]
  1039. () Wants, needs and satisfaction: a comparative study in Thailand and Bangladesh [d]
  1040. () Farm city: the education of an urban farmer [i]
  1041. () Population and deforestation: why rural migration matters [d]
  1042. F. Stuart Chapin, Gary P. Kofinas, & Carl Folke [ed] () Principles of ecosystem stewardship: resilience-based natural resource management in a changing world [i] [d]
  1043. () Renewable energy from agro-residues in China: solid biofuels and biomass briquetting technology [d]
  1044. () Tropical botanical gardens: at the in situ ecosystem management frontier [d]
  1045. () Food insecurity and risk of poor health among US-born children of immigrants [p] [d]
  1046. (/2017) Power from the sun: a practical guide to solar electricity [i]
  1047. () Rethinking global commodity chains: integrating extraction, transport, and manufacturing [d]
  1048. Frans H. J. M. Coenen [ed] () Public participation and better environmental decisions: the promise and limits of participatory processes for the quality of environmentally related decision-making [i] [d]
  1049. () The winter harvest handbook: year-round vegetable production using deep-organic techniques and unheated greenhouses [i]
  1050. () Consumer demand for local produce at extended season farmers' markets: guiding farmer marketing strategies [d]
  1051. () Water, food and livelihoods in river basins [d]
  1052. () Human modification of a large meandering Amazonian river: genesis, ecological and economic consequences of the Masisea cutoff on the central Ucayali, Peru [d]
  1053. () Does farm worker health vary between localised and globalised food supply systems? [d]
  1054. () Ecosystem services in decision making: time to deliver [d]
  1055. () Three anathemas on limiting economic growth [d]
  1056. () Energy policy today and tomorrow—toward sustainability? [u]
  1057. () Managing genetic variation in tropical trees: linking knowledge with action in agroforestry ecosystems for improved conservation and enhanced livelihoods [d]
  1058. () '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]
  1059. John C. Dernbach [ed] () Agenda for a sustainable America [i]
  1060. Sergio Destefanis & Marco Musella [ed] () Paid and unpaid labour in the social economy: an international perspective [i] [d]
  1061. () Footprints to the future [d]
  1062. Barney Dickson, Jonathan Hutton, & William M. Adams [ed] () Recreational hunting, conservation, and rural livelihoods [i] [d]
  1063. () Bicycling for transportation and health: the role of infrastructure [d]
  1064. () Banking seed: use and value in the conservation of agricultural diversity [d]
  1065. () The work of environmental governance networks: traceability, credibility and certification by the Forest Stewardship Council [d]
  1066. () From wasteland to waste site: the role of discourse in nuclear power's environmental injustices [d]
  1067. () Well-being for all: concepts and tools for social cohesion = Le bien-être pour tous: concepts et outils de la cohésion sociale [i]
  1068. () Well-being is a process of becoming: respondent-led research with organic farmers in Madagascar [d]
  1069. () Using test communities to demonstrate household waste separation procedures in Brazil [d]
  1070. () The unbounded home: property values beyond property lines [i]
  1071. () Integrating resilience thinking and optimisation for conservation [d]
  1072. () Defining and classifying ecosystem services for decision making [d]
  1073. () Origins of the Maya forest garden: Maya resource management [d]
  1074. () Sink: the dirt of systems [d]
  1075. () The virtue of simplicity [d]
  1076. () Prospects for tropical forest biodiversity in a human-modified world [d]
  1077. () Catalyzing collaboration: Wisconsin's agency-initiated basin partnerships [d]
  1078. () Unquenchable: America's water crisis and what to do about it [i]
  1079. Stephan J. Goetz & Floor Brouwer [ed] () New perspectives on agri-environmental policies: a multidisciplinary and transatlantic approach [i]
  1080. () The history of ecosystem services in economic theory and practice: from early notions to markets and payment schemes [d]
  1081. () The end of money and the future of civilization [i]
  1082. () Escaping the bondage of the dominant agrifood system: community-based cooperative strategies [u]
  1083. () Chasing molecules: poisonous products, human health, and the promise of green chemistry [i] [d]
  1084. () Experience-based measures of food and water security: biocultural approaches to grounded measures of insecurity [d]
  1085. () A new global monitoring system for food insecurity? [p] [d]
  1086. () The progressive increase of food waste in America and its environmental impact [d]
  1087. () Squeezed: what you don't know about orange juice [i]
  1088. () Environmental decision-making: exploring complexity and context [i]
  1089. () Hours of work and the ecological footprint of nations: an exploratory analysis [d]
  1090. () Creating alternatives: a participant observer's reflections on the emerging local food system in Kansas City [u]
  1091. () The emergence of human uniqueness: characters underlying behavioral modernity [d]
  1092. () Novel ecosystems: implications for conservation and restoration [d]
  1093. () A cross-national analysis of how economic inequality predicts biodiversity loss [d]
  1094. () Increased biofuel production in the coming decade: to what extent will it affect global freshwater resources? [d]
  1095. () Zero-sum world: challenges in conceptualizing environmental load displacement and ecologically unequal exchange in the world-system [d]
  1096. () Visualizing food system concentration and consolidation [u]
  1097. () Housing you can afford [u]
  1098. () Food sovereignty and the international assessment of agricultural knowledge, science and technology for development [d]
  1099. () Prosperity without growth: economics for a finite planet [i]
  1100. () Guide to supply chain management [i]
  1101. () Good for a national cemetery: questions of land use and an 1888 Botanical Expedition across Northern Michigan [d]
  1102. () The sociology of unequal exchange in ecological context: a panel study of lower-income countries, 1975–2000 [d]
  1103. () The evolutionary and ecological roots of human social organization [d]
  1104. () Footprints on the prairies: degradation and sustainability of Canadian agricultural land in a globalizing world [d]
  1105. () A research agenda for improving national Ecological Footprint accounts [d]
  1106. () Can tropical farmers reconcile subsistence needs with forest conservation? [d]
  1107. Andreas Kontoleon, Unai Pascual, & Melinda Smale [ed] () Agrobiodiversity conservation and economic development [i]
  1108. () Payments for ecosystem services as commodity fetishism [d]
  1109. () Globalization and the connection of remote communities: a review of household effects and their biodiversity implications [d]
  1110. () Developing conditions for environmentally sustainable consumption: drawing insight from anti-smoking policy [d]
  1111. () Growth in global materials use, GDP and population during the 20th century [d]
  1112. Alan B. Krueger [ed] () Measuring the subjective well-being of nations: national accounts of time use and well-being [i]
  1113. Harriet V. Kuhnlein, Bill Erasmus, & Dina Spigelski [ed] () Indigenous peoples' food systems: the many dimensions of culture, diversity and environment for nutrition and health [i]
  1114. () Source separation: will we see a paradigm shift in wastewater handling? [d]
  1115. () Aboriginal environmental knowledge: rational reverence [i]
  1116. Philip A. Lawn [ed] () Environment and employment: a reconciliation [i]
  1117. Louis Lebel, Sylvia Lorek, & Rajesh Daniel [ed] () Sustainable production consumption systems [i] [d]
  1118. () The governance of ecosystem services from tropical upland watersheds [d]
  1119. () The globalization and re-localization of material flows: four phases of food regulation [d]
  1120. Roberto L. Lenton & Mike Muller [ed] () Integrated water resources management in practice: better water management for development [i]
  1121. () Mapping international flows of electronic waste [d]
  1122. () The paradigm of management, management systems, and resource stewardship [d]
  1123. Leslie Lipper [ed] () Payment for environmental services in agricultural landscapes: economic policies and poverty reduction in developing countries [i]
  1124. () Circuits of scrap: closed loop industrial ecosystems and the geography of US international recyclable material flows 1995–2005 [d]
  1125. () The politics of sewerage: contested narratives on growth, science, and nature [d]
  1126. () Potential availability of urban wood biomass in Michigan: implications for energy production, carbon sequestration and sustainable forest management in the U.S.A. [d]
  1127. () Managing Amazonian palms for community use: a case of aguaje palm (Mauritia flexuosa) in Peru [d]
  1128. () Pedaling revolution: how cyclists are changing American cities [i]
  1129. () Diet and the environment: does what you eat matter? [d]
  1130. () Socially sustainable economic de-growth [d]
  1131. () Earth in our care: ecology, economy, and sustainability [i]
  1132. () Cross-movement coalition formation: bridging the labor–environment divide [d]
  1133. () When fantasy has consequences [d]
  1134. () Social learning through evaluation: a case study of overcoming constraints for management of dryland salinity [d]
  1135. () Living above the store: building a business that creates value, inspires change, and restores land and community [i]
  1136. () Green guide for artists: nontoxic recipes, green art ideas, & resources for the eco-conscious artist [i]
  1137. () Third-party certification, food standards and quality assurance in supply chains [d]
  1138. () The excess of modernity: garbage politics in Oaxaca, Mexico [d]
  1139. () Getting to better water quality outcomes: the promise and challenge of the citizen effect [d]
  1140. () Sustainable development in practice: sustainomics methodology and applications [i] [d]
  1141. () The raw material equivalents of international trade: empirical evidence for Latin America [d]
  1142. () Where our food comes from: retracing Nikolay Vavilov's quest to end famine [i]
  1143. Shahid Naeem [ed] () Biodiversity, ecosystem functioning, and human wellbeing: an ecological and economic perspective [i] [d]
  1144. Tara Natarajan, Wolfram Elsner, & Scott Fullwiler [ed] () Institutional analysis and praxis: the social fabric matrix approach [i] [d]
  1145. () Hidden costs of energy: unpriced consequences of energy production and use [i] [d] [u]
  1146. () Value chain struggles: institutions and governance in the plantation districts of South India [i]
  1147. (/2017) Resilient cities: overcoming fossil fuel dependence [or: Resilient cities: responding to peak oil and climate change] [i] [d]
  1148. () The provisioning responsibilities of older women [d]
  1149. () Improving environmental sanitation, health, and well-being: a conceptual framework for integral interventions [d]
  1150. () Understanding the functional principles of nature—proposing another type of ecosystem services [d]
  1151. () Public produce: the new urban agriculture [i]
  1152. () Ecosystem services: from eye-opening metaphor to complexity blinder [d]
  1153. () 'Life here is just scraping by': livelihood strategies and social networks among peasant households in Honduras [d]
  1154. () Scientific bases of macroenvironmental indicators [d]
  1155. () Growing and eating green: careers in farming, producing, and marketing food [i]
  1156. () Beyond foodscapes: considering geographies of Indigenous well-being [d]
  1157. () Water, ecology and health: ecosystems as settings for promoting health and sustainability [d]
  1158. () Hunting for sustainability in tropical secondary forests [d]
  1159. () Ecosystem services: foundations, opportunities, and challenges for the forest products sector [d]
  1160. M. Paloma Pavel [ed] () Breakthrough communities: sustainability and justice in the next American metropolis [i]
  1161. () Not all salmon are created equal: Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of global salmon farming systems [d]
  1162. () Nature's matrix: linking agriculture, conservation and food sovereignty [i]
  1163. () Foodshed analysis and its relevance to sustainability [d]
  1164. () Design revolution: 100 products that empower people [i]
  1165. () Food versus biofuels: environmental and economic costs [d]
  1166. PRATEC [ed] () Cambio climático y sabiduría andino amazónica, Perú: prácticas, percepciones y adaptaciones indígenas [o] [u]
  1167. () Stakeholder analysis and social network analysis in natural resource management [d]
  1168. Edward B. Radcliffe, William D. Hutchison, & Rafael E. Cancelado [ed] () Integrated pest management: concepts, tactics, strategies and case studies [i] [d]
  1169. () Mapping community values for natural capital and ecosystem services [d]
  1170. () Landscaping with fruit: a homeowner's guide [i]
  1171. () XS future: new ideas, small structures [i]
  1172. () Fishing, foraging and farming in the Bolivian Amazon: on a local society in transition [i] [d]
  1173. () E-waste: an assessment of global production and environmental impacts [d]
  1174. () From management to negotiation: technical and institutional innovations for integrated water resource management in the Upper Comoé River Basin, Burkina Faso [d]
  1175. () Dietary associations of household food insecurity among children of Mexican descent: results of a binational study [d]
  1176. () Kitchen table sustainability: practical recipes for community engagement with sustainability [i]
  1177. () Ecologically unequal exchange, world polity, and biodiversity loss: a cross-national analysis of threatened mammals [d]
  1178. () Measuring potential access to food stores and food-service places in rural areas in the U.S. [d]
  1179. () Voluntary simplicity: an exploration of market interactions [d]
  1180. () Biodiversity, food consumption and ecological niche dimension: a study case of the riverine populations from the Rio Negro, Amazonia, Brazil [d]
  1181. () Resource resilience, human niche construction, and the long-term sustainability of pre-Columbian subsistence economies in the Mississippi river valley corridor [d]
  1182. () Feeding the city: towards a new research and planning agenda [d]
  1183. () Socioeconomic dimensions of mercury pollution abatement: engaging artisanal mining communities in Sub-Saharan Africa [d]
  1184. () Cleaning up water? Or building rural community? Community watershed organizations in Pennsylvania [d]
  1185. () Waste: uncovering the global food scandal [i]
  1186. () Constrained choice and ethical dilemmas in land management: environmental quality and food safety in California agriculture [d]
  1187. (/2012) The survival handbook: essential skills for outdoor adventure [i]
  1188. () Sustainable recycling of municipal solid waste in developing countries [p] [d]
  1189. () A water accounting system for strategic water management [d]
  1190. () Water in a changing world [i] [u]
  1191. () Botanical literacy: what and how should students learn about plants? [d]
  1192. () Scale, composition, and technology [d]
  1193. () Conceptualizing sustainable development: an assessment methodology connecting values, knowledge, worldviews and scenarios [d]
  1194. () Connected community and household food-based strategy (CCH-FBS): its importance for health, food safety, sustainability and security in diverse localities [d]
  1195. () Today's food system: how healthy is it? [d]
  1196. () Event ecology, causal historical analysis, and human–environment research [d]
  1197. () Measuring the benefits of compact development on vehicle miles and climate change [d]
  1198. () Home gardening for tropical biodiversity conservation [d]
  1199. () Food provisioning strategies, food insecurity, and stress in an economically vulnerable community: the Northern Cheyenne case [d]
  1200. () The politics of food supply: U.S. agricultural policy in the world economy [i]
  1201. () The organic farmer's business handbook: a complete guide to managing finances, crops, and staff—and making a profit [i]
  1202. () Reworking the metabolic rift: La Vía Campesina, agrarian citizenship, and food sovereignty [d]
  1203. () Intrahousehold disparities in women and men's experiences of water insecurity and emotional distress in urban Bolivia [d]
  1204. () Local food economies: driving forces, challenges, and future prospects [d]
  1205. () Global integration of subsistence economies and women's empowerment: an experience from Nepal [i]
  1206. () What makes organic agriculture move: protest, meaning or market?: a polyocular approach to the dynamics and governance of organic agriculture [d]
  1207. () Scaling up agroecological approaches for food sovereignty in Latin America [d]
  1208. Thora Amend [ed] () Protected landscapes and agrobiodiversity values [i]
  1209. () Rural population change in developing countries: lessons for policymaking [d]
  1210. () Connecting hand, mind, and community: vocational education for social and environmental renewal [u]
  1211. Robert Askins, Glenn D. Dreyer, Gerald R. Visgilio, & Diana M. Whitelaw [ed] () Saving biological diversity: balancing protection of endangered species and ecosystems [i] [d]
  1212. () Strategies to enhance and maintain quality of life: the case of nonmetropolitan Illinois [u]
  1213. () Can plantations develop understory biological and physical attributes of naturally regenerated forests? [d]
  1214. () The emergence and framing of farm-to-school initiatives: civic engagement, health and local agriculture [d]
  1215. Frano Barbir & Sergio Ulgiati [ed] () Sustainable energy production and consumption: benefits, strategies and environmental costing [i] [d]
  1216. () Contention and ambiguity: mining and the possibilities of development [d]
  1217. Bryan Bell & Katie Wakeford [ed] () Expanding architecture: design as activism [i]
  1218. () Managing abandoned farmland: the need to link biological and sociological aspects [d]
  1219. () Contesting expertise: the politics of environmental knowledge in northern Indian groundwater practices [d]
  1220. () The last taboo: opening the door on the global sanitation crisis [i]
  1221. Hans Günter Brauch, Úrsula Oswald Spring, Czesław Mesjasz, John Grin, Pál Dunay, Navnita Chadha Behera, Béchir Chourou, Patricia Kameri-Mbote, & Peter H. Liotta [ed] () Globalization and environmental challenges: reconceptualizing security in the 21st century [i] [d]
  1222. Gary J. Brierley & Kirstie A. Fryirs [ed] () River futures: an integrative scientific approach to river repair [i]
  1223. () Plantation forests and biodiversity: oxymoron or opportunity? [d]
  1224. () Family farms are still around: time to invert the old agrarian question [d]
  1225. () Toward a relational concept of uncertainty: about knowing too little, knowing too differently, and accepting not to know [u]
  1226. () A striking profile: soil ecological knowledge in restoration management and science [d]
  1227. () Biodiversity conservation issues of Northeast India [d]
  1228. Eric Chivian & Aaron Bernstein [ed] () Sustaining life: how human health depends on biodiversity [i]
  1229. () Regional economic impacts of the Menominee Tribal Enterprises forestry and mill operations [u]
  1230. Carol J. Pierce Colfer [ed] () Human health and forests: a global overview of issues, practice, and policy [i]
  1231. () Community-based food systems in Michigan: cultivating diverse collaborations from the ground up [u]
  1232. () The food system as an economic driver: strategies and applications for Michigan [d]
  1233. () Food security, poverty, and human development in the United States [d]
  1234. () Ecological knowledge shrinks as economies grow [d]
  1235. () Slower consumption: reflections on product life spans and the 'throwaway society' [d]
  1236. James G. Copestake [ed] () Wellbeing and development in Peru: local and universal views confronted [i] [d]
  1237. () Wellbeing in international development: what's new? [d]
  1238. () Moroccan households in the world economy: labor and inequality in a Berber Village [i]
  1239. () 75 green businesses you can start to make money and make a difference [i]
  1240. () Prospects for reconciling the conflict between economic growth and biodiversity conservation with technological progress [d]
  1241. () Ecosystem services: from theory to implementation [d]
  1242. Bruno David & Julian Thomas [ed] () Handbook of landscape archaeology [i]
  1243. () Perspectives for integrative landscape planning, management and monitoring [i] [d]
  1244. (/2010) The atlas of the real world: mapping the way we live [i]
  1245. () The household: informal order around the hearth [i]
  1246. () Putting people in the map: anthropogenic biomes of the world [d]
  1247. () More: population, nature, and what women want [i]
  1248. () Rethinking consumer behaviour for the well-being of all: reflections on individual consumer responsibility [i]
  1249. () The role of prices in conserving critical natural capital [d]
  1250. Cathy Farnworth, Janice Jiggins, & Emyr Vaughan Thomas [ed] () Creating food futures: trade, ethics and the environment [i]
  1251. () The roles and movements of actors in the deforestation of Brazilian Amazonia [u]
  1252. Louise Fortmann [ed] () Participatory research in conservation and rural livelihoods: doing science together [i]
  1253. () 'Wicked', 'messy', and 'clumsy': long-term frameworks for sustainability [d]
  1254. Richard Franceys & Esther Gerlach [ed] () Regulating water and sanitation for the poor: economic regulation for public and private partnerships [i]
  1255. () Whose rules rule?: contested projects to certify 'local production for distant consumers' [d]
  1256. () The big necessity: the unmentionable world of human waste and why it matters [i]
  1257. () Studying the 'addiction to oil' of developed societies using the Multi-Scale Integrated Analysis of Societal Metabolism (MSIASM) [i] [d]
  1258. () Trade, materials flows, and economic development in the south: the example of Chile [d]
  1259. () Models and decisions support systems for participatory decision making in integrated water resource management [i]
  1260. () An analysis of a community food waste stream [d]
  1261. () Economy's tension: the dialectics of community and market [i]
  1262. () Recovering resources—recycling citizenship: urban poverty reduction in Latin America [i]
  1263. () Bringing good food to others: investigating the subjects of alternative food practice [d]
  1264. () Just in case: how to be self-sufficient when the unexpected happens [i]
  1265. () Third-party certification in the global agrifood system: an objective or socially mediated governance mechanism? [d]
  1266. () Dietary implications of supermarket development: a global perspective [d]
  1267. () Piaroa manioc varietals: hyperdiversity or social currency? [d]
  1268. () Principles of integrated agricultural systems: introduction to processes and definition [d]
  1269. () South Asia: an environmental history [i]
  1270. () Ecology and the limits of justice: establishing capability ceilings in Nussbaum's capabilities approach [d]
  1271. () Will progress in science and technology avert or accelerate global collapse?: a critical analysis and policy recommendations [d]
  1272. () Global production networks, ethical campaigning, and the embeddedness of responsible governance [d]
  1273. () Crisis & opportunity: sustainability in American agriculture [i]
  1274. () Introduction of floating gardening in the north-eastern wetlands of Bangladesh for nutritional security and sustainable livelihood [d]
  1275. () The thief at the end of the world: rubber, power, and the seeds of empire [i]
  1276. () The everyday life context of increasing energy demands: time use survey data in a decomposition analysis [d]
  1277. () Gardening at the dragon's gate: at work in the wild and cultivated world [i]
  1278. () Pedagogy for addressing the worldview challenge in sustainable development of agriculture [d]
  1279. () Human health effects of air pollution [p] [d]
  1280. () Bridging the gaps between theory and practice: a service niche approach to urban sustainability indicators [d]
  1281. () Agriculture at a crossroads [d]
  1282. () Total historical land-use change in Eastern Bolivia: who, where, when, and how much? [u]
  1283. () The global sociometabolic transition [d]
  1284. () Valuation of the ecosystem services: a psycho-cultural perspective [d]
  1285. () Enabling sustainable production–consumption systems [d]
  1286. () Hygiene versus fertiliser: the use of human excreta in agriculture: a Vietnamese example [d]
  1287. () Mindful economics: how the U.S. economy works, why it matters, and how it could be different [i]
  1288. () Understanding persistent food insecurity: a paradox of place and circumstance [d]
  1289. () The local industrial complex?: questioning the link between local foods and energy use [d]
  1290. () Can strategic investing transform the corporation? [d]
  1291. () Burning changes: action research with farmers and swidden agriculture in the Upper Amazon [i] [u]
  1292. () Women in a transitioning Canadian resource town [u]
  1293. Andrew C. Millington & Wendy Jepson [ed] () Land change science in the tropics: changing agricultural landscapes [i] [d]
  1294. () Farming the planet: 2. Geographic distribution of crop areas, yields, physiological types, and net primary production in the year 2000 [d]
  1295. () The school food revolution: public food and the challenge of sustainable development [i]
  1296. () Eating the sun: how plants power the planet [i]
  1297. () Environmental dilemmas: ethical decision making [i]
  1298. () Identifying vulnerabilities, exploring opportunities: reconfiguring production, conservation, and consumption in California rice [d]
  1299. () Renewing America's food traditions: saving and savoring the continent's most endangered foods [i]
  1300. () Flow variability and the biophysical vitality of river systems [d]
  1301. Melissa K. Nelson [ed] () Original instructions: indigenous teachings for a sustainable future [i]
  1302. () Sanitation for unserved populations: technologies, implementation challenges, and opportunities [d]
  1303. () From banger to classic: a model for sustainable car consumption? [d]
  1304. () Dietary patterns and prevalence of food insecurity among low-income families participating in community food assistance programs in a midwest town [d]
  1305. () Market movements: nongovernmental organization strategies to influence global production and consumption [d]
  1306. () Material flows of mobile phones and accessories in Nigeria: environmental implications and sound end-of-life management options [d]
  1307. () Urban forest and rural cities: multi-sited households, consumption patterns, and forest resources in Amazonia [u]
  1308. () Climate change and the world's river basins: anticipating management options [d]
  1309. () The nature of urban soils and their role in ecological restoration in cities [d]
  1310. () Non-timber forest products in Peruvian Amazonia: changing patterns of economic exploitation [d]
  1311. () Biodiversity conservation in tropical agroecosystems: a new conservation paradigm [d]
  1312. () Distribution of agrobiodiversity in home gardens along the Corrientes River, Peruvian Amazon [d]
  1313. () Road networks and forest fragmentation in the Amazon: explanations for local differences with implications for conservation and development [d]
  1314. () The ethics in balancing control and freedom when engineering solutions for sustainable behaviour [d]
  1315. () Ecological knowledge is lost in wealthier communities and countries [d]
  1316. () Reducing energy inputs in the US food system [d]
  1317. () The new peasantries: struggles for autonomy and sustainability in an era of empire and globalization [i]
  1318. () Fossil fuels and food security: analysis and recommendations for community organizers [d]
  1319. () Grocery store attraction strategies: a resource guide for community activists and local governments [o] [u]
  1320. () Hope for threatened tropical biodiversity: lessons from the Philippines [d]
  1321. PRATEC [ed] () Volver a la mesa: soberanía alimentaria y cultura de la comida en la América profunda [i] [u]
  1322. () Agricultural sustainability: concepts, principles and evidence [d]
  1323. Jules N. Pretty [ed] () Sustainable agriculture and food [i]
  1324. Hugo Priemus, Bent Flyvbjerg, & Bert van Wee [ed] () Decision-making on mega-projects: cost-benefit analysis, planning and innovation [i]
  1325. () The Chinese timber trade and the logging of Peruvian Amazonia [d]
  1326. () Farming the planet: 1. Geographic distribution of global agricultural lands in the year 2000 [d]
  1327. () Energy supplied by edible insects from Mexico and their nutritional and ecological importance [d]
  1328. () Locating backup facilities to enhance supply chain disaster resilience [d]
  1329. () Ethnobotanical knowledge and crop diversity in swidden fields: a study in a Native Amazonian society [d]
  1330. () Socially responsible investment law: regulating the unseen polluters [i]
  1331. Torben C. Rick & Jon Erlandson [ed] () Human impacts on ancient marine ecosystems: a global perspective [i]
  1332. () Evaluation of a market in wetland credits: entrepreneurial wetland banking in Chicago [d]
  1333. Jean-Charles Rochet [ed] () Why are there so many banking crises?: the politics and policy of bank regulation [i]
  1334. () Food sovereignty and the contemporary food crisis [d]
  1335. () Designing protected areas to conserve riverine biodiversity: lessons from a hypothetical redesign of the Kruger National Park [d]
  1336. () Fresh food from small spaces: the square-inch gardener's guide to year-round growing, fermenting, and sprouting [i]
  1337. () Material flows in Latin America: a comparative analysis of Chile, Ecuador, Mexico, and Peru, 1980–2000 [d]
  1338. Matthias Ruth & Brynhildur Davidsdottir [ed] () Changing stocks, flows, and behaviors in industrial ecosystems [i]
  1339. Pascal C. Sanginga, Ann Waters-Bayer, Susan Kaaria, Jemimah Njuki, & Chesha Wettasinha [ed] () Innovation Africa: enriching farmers' livelihoods [i]
  1340. () LCA studies of food products as background for environmental product declarations [d]
  1341. () Saving forests, protecting people?: environmental conservation in Central America [i]
  1342. () Biodiversity conservation and agricultural sustainability: towards a new paradigm of 'ecoagriculture' landscapes [d]
  1343. () Ecological modernisation, American style [d]
  1344. () Beyond timber: certification and management of non-timber forest products [i] [u]
  1345. Jennifer Siegal [ed] () More mobile: portable architecture for today [i]
  1346. () Energy in nature and society: general energetics of complex systems [i]
  1347. () 'I'm getting desperate': what we know about farmers' markets that fail [d]
  1348. () Rural mothers' use of formal programs and informal social supports to meet family food needs: a mixed methods study [d]
  1349. () Are cattle, sheep, and goats endangered species? [d]
  1350. () Inquiries into the nature of slow money: investing as if food, farms, and fertility mattered [i]
  1351. () Domesticated landscapes [i]
  1352. () The word shrinks, the world expands: information, energy and relocalization [d]
  1353. () Changing forests: collective action, common property, and coffee in Honduras [i] [d]
  1354. () A comparison of The Limits to Growth with 30 years of reality [d]
  1355. () From invisibility to transparency: identifying the implications [u]
  1356. () Refining the ecological footprint [d]
  1357. () Sustainable food consumption among young adults in Belgium: theory of planned behaviour and the role of confidence and values [d]
  1358. () Managing without growth: slower by design, not disaster [i]
  1359. () Kitchen literacy: how we lost knowledge of where food comes from and why we need to get it back [i]
  1360. () Aquatic habitats in sustainable urban water management: science, policy and practice [i]
  1361. Bradley B. Walters [ed] () Against the grain: the Vayda tradition in human ecology and ecological anthropology [i]
  1362. David Waltner-Toews, James Kay, & Nina-Marie E. Lister [ed] () The ecosystem approach: complexity, uncertainty, and managing for sustainability [i]
  1363. () Materials use across world regions [d]
  1364. () Increasing acres to decrease inches: comparing the agricultural land requirements of a low-carbohydrate, high-protein diet with a MyPyramid diet [d]
  1365. () Civic dietetics: opportunities for integrating civic agriculture concepts into dietetic practice [d]
  1366. () Closing the food gap: resetting the table in the land of plenty [i]
  1367. () The use of system dynamics simulation in water resources management [d]
  1368. () Agroecological economics: sustainability and biodiversity [i] [d]
  1369. () Pedal power: the quiet rise of the bicycle in American public life [i]
  1370. Wynne Wright & Gerad Middendorf [ed] () The fight over food: producers, consumers, and activists challenge the global food system [i]
  1371. () Sustainable agriculture: towards a conflict management based agricultural extension [u]
  1372. () Beans: a history [i]
  1373. () Energy supply, its demand and security issues for developed and emerging economies [d]
  1374. () Assessment of the nutrition and physical activity education needs of low-income, rural mothers: can technology play a role? [d]
  1375. Giles Atkinson, Simon Dietz, & Eric Neumayer [ed] () Handbook of sustainable development [i]
  1376. () Nature farming: integration of traditional knowledge systems with modern farming in rice [u]
  1377. () Impeding ecological sustainability through selective moral disengagement [d]
  1378. () Cultural mosaics and mental models of nature [d]
  1379. Jan Bebbington, Jeffrey Unerman, & Brendan O'Dwyer [ed] (/2014) Sustainability accounting and accountability [i]
  1380. () Caring for the community: an exploratory comparison of waste reduction behaviour by British and Brazilian consumers [d]
  1381. Gero Benckiser & Sylvia Schnell [ed] () Biodiversity in agricultural production systems [i]
  1382. Fikret Berkes, Derek R. Armitage, & Nancy Doubleday [ed] () Adaptive co-management: collaboration, learning, and multi-level governance [i]
  1383. () From material flow analysis to material flow management, part II: the role of structural agent analysis [d]
  1384. () From material flow analysis to material flow management, part I: social sciences modeling approaches coupled to MFA [d]
  1385. () How everyday products make people sick: toxins at home and in the workplace [i]
  1386. () Sustainable economic organisation: simply a matter of reconceptualisation or a need for a new ethics? [d]
  1387. () Southeast Asia: an environmental history [i]
  1388. () Sharing power: learning-by-doing in co-management of natural resources throughout the world [i]
  1389. (/2016) Grow vegetables [i]
  1390. David Burch & Geoffrey Lawrence [ed] () Supermarkets and agri-food supply chains: transformations in the production and consumption of foods [i]
  1391. () Principles and processes for enhancing sustainable rural livelihoods: collaborative learning in Uganda [d]
  1392. () When homes become prisons: the relational spaces of postsocialist energy poverty [d]
  1393. () Biocomplexity and conservation of biodiversity hotspots: three case studies from the Americas [d]
  1394. () Fair future: resource conflicts and global justice [i]
  1395. Barney L. Capehart [ed] () Encyclopedia of energy engineering and technology [i]
  1396. () Food insufficiency in urban Latino families [d]
  1397. () Hunger of the body and hunger of the mind: African American women's perceptions of food insecurity, health and violence [p] [d]
  1398. () Circles of association: the connections of community-based food systems [d]
  1399. Viki A. Cramer & Richard J. Hobbs [ed] () Old fields: dynamics and restoration of abandoned farmland [i]
  1400. () Measures of the effects of agricultural practices on ecosystem services [d]
  1401. () Education for sustainability in local government: handbook [u]
  1402. () Teaching of energy issues: a debate proposal for a global reorientation [d]
  1403. () 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]
  1404. () The real wealth of nations: creating a caring economics [i]
  1405. () Adaptive capacity and learning to learn as leverage for social-ecological resilience [d]
  1406. () Death to life: towards my green burial [d]
  1407. Marina Fischer-Kowalski & Helmut Haberl [ed] () Socioecological transitions and global change: trajectories of social metabolism and land use [i]
  1408. () Travelling in antique lands: using past famines to develop an adaptability/resilience framework to identify food systems vulnerable to climate change [d]
  1409. () Foraging in the fallows: hunting patterns across a successional continuum in the Peruvian Amazon [d]
  1410. (/2010) Transport revolutions: moving people and freight without oil [i]
  1411. Avijit Gupta [ed] () Large rivers: geomorphology and management [i]
  1412. () Commentary on teaching food: why I am fed up with Michael Pollan et al. [d]
  1413. () Diagram for a small planet: the Production and Ecosystem Possibilities Curve [d]
  1414. Sharon Harley [ed] () Women's labor in the global economy: speaking in multiple voices [i]
  1415. () The legacy of cultural landscapes in the Brazilian Amazon: implications for biodiversity [d]
  1416. C. Clare Hinrichs & Thomas A. Lyson [ed] () Remaking the North American food system: strategies for sustainability [i]
  1417. () Material flows in a social context: a Vietnamese case study combining the materials flow analysis and action-in-context frameworks [d]
  1418. () Impacts of increasing consumption on material flows over time: empirical results from Finland 1970–2005 [d]
  1419. Alf Hornborg, John Robert McNeill, & Joan Martínez Alier [ed] () Rethinking environmental history: world-system history and global environmental change [i]
  1420. () Learning from the Tiv: why a sustainable economy would have to be 'multicentric' [d]
  1421. () Footprints in the cotton fields: the Industrial Revolution as time-space appropriation and environmental load displacement [i]
  1422. () Linking small farms to rural communities with local food: a case study of the local food project in Fairbury, Illinois [d]
  1423. () The ecological footprint as a key indicator of sustainable tourism [d]
  1424. () Development of robust design-for-remanufacturing guidelines to further the aims of sustainable development [d]
  1425. () Biology and beyond: the science of 'back to nature' farming in the United States [d]
  1426. () Food matters: community food assessments as a tool for change [d]
  1427. Barbara Rose Johnston [ed] () Half-lives and half-truths: confronting the radioactive legacies of the cold war [i]
  1428. () Domesticated nature: shaping landscapes and ecosystems for human welfare [d]
  1429. () The changing metabolism of cities [d]
  1430. () A perfect storm in the Amazon wilderness: development and conservation in the context of the Initiative for the Integration of the Regional Infrastructure of South America (IIRSA) [i] [d]
  1431. () Una tormenta perfecta en la Amazonia: desarrollo y conservación en el contexto de la Iniciativa para la Integración de la Infraestructura Regional de Sudamérica (IIRSA) [i]
  1432. () Design for water: rainwater harvesting, stormwater catchment, and alternate water reuse [i]
  1433. () A movable feast: ten millennia of food globalization [i] [d]
  1434. () Farmers' adoption of conservation agriculture: a review and synthesis of recent research [d]
  1435. () The shape of things to come: why age structure matters to a safer, more equitable world [i] [u]
  1436. () City life in the midst of the forest: a Punan hunter-gatherer's vision of conservation and development [u]
  1437. David B. Lindenmayer & Richard J. Hobbs [ed] () Managing and designing landscapes for conservation: moving from perspectives to principles [i]
  1438. () The mother of all arts: agrarianism and the creative impulse [i]
  1439. () A spatial analysis of loop closing among recycling, remanufacturing, and waste treatment firms in Texas [d]
  1440. () The environmental impacts of regional disparity in population and wealth distribution in Nigeria [d]
  1441. () Parks and carrying capacity: commons without tragedy [i]
  1442. () Foodmaps: tracing boundaries of 'home' through food relations [d]
  1443. () Decency and excess: global aspirations and material deprivation on a Caribbean sugar plantation [i]
  1444. Damian Maye, Lewis Holloway, & Moya Kneafsey [ed] () Alternative food geographies: representation and practice [i]
  1445. Mark McGillivray [ed] () Human well-being: concept and measurement [i]
  1446. (/2011) Nutritional sciences: from fundamentals to food [i]
  1447. Lynn Margulis, James Corner, & Brian Hawthorne [ed] () Ian McHarg: conversations with students: dwelling in nature [i]
  1448. () Global localism: recentering the research agenda for biodiversity conservation [d]
  1449. () Our forest, your ecosystem, their timber: communities, conservation, and the state in community-based forest management [i]
  1450. () Domestic forests: a new paradigm for integrating local communities' forestry into tropical forest science [u]
  1451. () The speculation economy: how finance triumphed over industry [i]
  1452. () At the factory, at the table: dietary beliefs and practices of Thai industrial workers [d]
  1453. () Accessing food resources: rural and urban patterns of giving and getting food [d]
  1454. () Rivers in peril inside and outside protected areas: a systematic approach to conservation assessment of river ecosystems [d]
  1455. () Preservation or degradation?: communal management and ecological change in a southeast Michigan forest [d]
  1456. Elisabeth Nemeth, Stefan W. Schmitz, & Thomas E. Uebel [ed] () Otto Neurath's economics in context [i] [d]
  1457. () The sustainability of subsistence hunting by Matsigenka native communities in Manu National Park, Peru [d]
  1458. () Pluralism and economic institutions [i] [d]
  1459. () Global governance of food production and consumption: issues and challenges [i]
  1460. () Understanding subsistence marketplaces: exploring the contributions of participatory action research [i] [d]
  1461. () Social learning and water resources management [u]
  1462. () The citizen-powered energy handbook: community solutions to a global crisis [i]
  1463. () 3D-mapping optimization of embodied energy of transportation [d]
  1464. () Evaluating the potential for conservation development: biophysical, economic, and institutional perspectives [d]
  1465. () Resisting global toxics: transnational movements for environmental justice [i]
  1466. () Moving toward sustainability: integrating social practice and material process [i]
  1467. () A cross-regional assessment of the factors affecting ecoliteracy: implications for policy and practice [d]
  1468. () Energy efficiency and conservation for individual Americans [d]
  1469. () Nutritional status of ribeirinhos in Brazil and the nutrition transition [d]
  1470. () The Earth only endures: on reconnecting with nature and our place in it [i]
  1471. () Water-flushing toilets: systemic development and path-dependent characteristics and their bearing on technological alternatives [d]
  1472. () Managing complex adaptive systems—a co-evolutionary perspective on natural resource management [d]
  1473. () Las ramas floridas del bosque: experiencias en el manejo de plantas medicinales amazónicas [i]
  1474. () Ecological unequal exchange: consumption, equity, and unsustainable structural relationships within the global economy [d]
  1475. José Antonio Rosa & Madhu Viswanathan [ed] () Product and market development for subsistence marketplaces [i]
  1476. () Living standards and culture: energy impact [i]
  1477. () Epistemological models and culture conflict: Menominee and Euro-American hunters in Wisconsin [d]
  1478. () Overcoming marginality on the margins: mapping, logging, and coca in the Amazon Borderlands [o] [u]
  1479. Ronald D. Sandler & Phaedra C. Pezzullo [ed] () Environmental justice and environmentalism: the social justice challenge to the environmental movement [i]
  1480. Dibyendu Sarkar, Rupali Datta, & Robyn Hannigan [ed] () Concepts and applications in environmental geochemistry [i] [d]
  1481. Sara J. Scherr & Jeffrey A. McNeely [ed] () Farming with nature: the science and practice of ecoagriculture [i]
  1482. () Ecology and ecosystem conservation [i]
  1483. () The grasslands of the United States: an environmental history [i]
  1484. () Design for the other 90% [i]
  1485. () Niche construction and the behavioral context of plant and animal domestication [d]
  1486. () African American environmental thought: foundations [i]
  1487. () Kitchenscapes, tablescapes, platescapes, and foodscapes: influences of microscale built environments on food intake [d]
  1488. () United States West Coast: an environmental history [i]
  1489. Max Spoor, Nico Heerink, & Futian Qu [ed] () Dragons with clay feet?: transition, sustainable land use, and rural environment in China and Vietnam [i]
  1490. (/2009) Bringing nature home: how you can sustain wildlife with native plants [i]
  1491. () Agriculture and working-class political culture: a lesson from The grapes of wrath [d]
  1492. () The designer's atlas of sustainability [i]
  1493. () Un/re-constructing the agrarian dream: going back-to-the-land with an organic marketing co-operative in south-central Pennsylvania, USA [d]
  1494. () Indigenous influence on forest management on the Menominee Indian Reservation [d]
  1495. () Contaminated identities: mercury and marginalization in Ghana's artisanal mining sector [d]
  1496. () Global environment outlook: environment for development, GEO-4 [i] [u]
  1497. () Why are cooperatives important in agriculture?: an organizational economics perspective [d]
  1498. () The value of 'naturalness' in organic agriculture [d]
  1499. () Intelligent databases assist transparent and sound economic valuation of ecosystem services [d]
  1500. () Agroecology in action: extending alternative agriculture through social networks [i]
  1501. Jeroen Warner [ed] () Multi-stakeholder platforms for integrated water management [i]
  1502. () Mahinga kai [d]
  1503. () The household food insecurity and health outcomes of U.S.–Mexico border migrant and seasonal farmworkers [p] [d]
  1504. () How can a knowledge of the past help to conserve the future?: biodiversity conservation and the relevance of long-term ecological studies [d]
  1505. () Canada and arctic North America: an environmental history [i]
  1506. () Ecosystem services and dis-services to agriculture [d]
  1507. Aram Ziai [ed] () Exploring post-development: theory and practice, problems and perspectives [i]
  1508. Ken-ichi Abe, Wil de Jong, & Tuck-Po Lye [ed] () The social ecology of tropical forests: migration, populations and frontiers [i]
  1509. Cristina Adams, Rui Murrieta, & Walter A. Neves [ed] () Sociedades caboclas amazônicas: modernidade e invisibilidade [i]
  1510. Cristina Adams, Rui Murrieta, & Walter A. Neves [ed] (/2009) Amazon peasant societies in a changing environment: political ecology, invisibility and modernity in the rainforest [i] [d]
  1511. Stephanie Barrientos & Catherine Dolan [ed] () Ethical sourcing in the global food system [i]
  1512. R. James Bingen & Lawrence Busch [ed] () Agricultural standards: the shape of the global food and fiber system [i]
  1513. Citlalli López, Patricia Shanley, & Martha Cuba Cronkleton [ed] () Riquezas del bosque: frutas, remedios y artesanías en América Latina [i] [u]
  1514. () Luxus consumption: wasting food resources through overeating [d]
  1515. () The ecology of learning: sustainability, lifelong learning, and everyday life [i]
  1516. () Redesigning agriculture [d]
  1517. () Avoiding the local trap: scale and food systems in planning research [d]
  1518. Brett Bowden & Leonard Seabrooke [ed] () Global standards of market civilization [i]
  1519. () Common property among indigenous peoples of the Ecuadorian Amazon [u]
  1520. () Rural leaders, rural places: problem, privilege, and possibility [u]
  1521. () Traditional medicinal plant use in Northern Peru: tracking two thousand years of healing culture [d]
  1522. (/2013) Market farming success: the business of growing and selling local food [i]
  1523. () Planted forests and biodiversity [o] [u]
  1524. () Do you see what I see?: examining the epistemic barriers to sustainable agriculture [d]
  1525. () Ecology for transformation [d]
  1526. () Where the poor are: an atlas of poverty [i] [u]
  1527. () Effect of historical changes in land use and climate on the water budget of an urbanizing watershed [d]
  1528. () The end of the line: how overfishing is changing the world and what we eat [i]
  1529. () Commonalities in the experience of household food insecurity across cultures: what are measures missing? [p] [d]
  1530. () Sustainable consumption research as democratic expertise [d]
  1531. () Children of the sun: a history of humanity's unappeasable appetite for energy [i]
  1532. John Davenport & Julia L. Davenport [ed] () The ecology of transportation: managing mobility for the environment [i]
  1533. () Southern United States: an environmental history [i]
  1534. () The emergence of agriculture in New Guinea: a model of continuity from pre-existing foraging practices [i] [j]
  1535. () Biodiversity loss threatens human well-being [d]
  1536. Andrew Dobson & Derek Bell [ed] () Environmental citizenship [i]
  1537. () Freshwater biodiversity: importance, threats, status and conservation challenges [d]
  1538. () Production of biodiesel from waste frying oils [p] [d]
  1539. () A framework for sustainable materials management [d]
  1540. () Agricultural biodiversity, nutrition, and health: making a difference to hunger and nutrition in the developing world [p] [d]
  1541. () The effects of the local food environment and social support on rural food insecurity [d]
  1542. () What organic and fair trade labels do not tell us: towards a place-based understanding of certification [d]
  1543. () Product design for the environment: a life cycle approach [i]
  1544. () Wood: craft, culture, history [i]
  1545. Colin Grier, Jangsuk Kim, & Junzo Uchiyama [ed] () Beyond affluent foragers: rethinking hunter-gatherer complexity [i]
  1546. () High tech trash: digital devices, hidden toxics, and human health [i]
  1547. () How much should a person consume?: environmentalism in India and the United States [i]
  1548. () Reflections on nutritional health and the environment: the journey to sustainability [d]
  1549. () The global socioeconomic energetic metabolism as a sustainability problem [d]
  1550. () From LTER to LTSER: conceptualizing the socioeconomic dimension of long-term socioecological research [u]
  1551. () River of love in an age of pollution: the Yamuna River of northern India [i]
  1552. () Plant conservation: an ecosystem approach [i]
  1553. () Policymaking for a good society: the social fabric matrix approach to policy analysis and program evaluation [i] [d]
  1554. () A history of organic farming: transitions from Sir Albert Howard's War in the soil to USDA national organic program [d]
  1555. () Spatial scales, stakeholders and the valuation of ecosystem services [d]
  1556. () Better land husbandry: from soil conservation to holistic land management [i]
  1557. () Fruit and vegetable access in four low-income food deserts communities in Minnesota [d]
  1558. () Corridor ecology: the science and practice of linking landscapes for biodiversity conservation [i]
  1559. () Campesino a campesino: voices from Latin America's farmer to farmer movement for sustainable agriculture [i]
  1560. () Demonstrating environmental citizenship?: a study of everyday life among green activists [i]
  1561. () Environmentalism and the bicycle [d]
  1562. (/2016) What is environmental history? [i]
  1563. () Zonificación ecológica económica de la provincia de Tocache [u]
  1564. Dan Imhoff, Jo Ann Baumgartner, & Wild Farm Alliance [ed] () Farming and the fate of wild nature: essays in conservation-based agriculture [i]
  1565. () High value forests, hidden economies and elite capture: evidence from forest user groups in Nepal's Terai [d]
  1566. () Victual vicissitudes: consumer deskilling and the (gendered) transformation of food systems [d]
  1567. () Linking ecological footprints with ecosystem valuation in the provisioning of urban freshwater [d]
  1568. () Linking biodiversity, diet and health in policy and practice [p] [d]
  1569. Douglas J. Kennett & Bruce Winterhalder [ed] () Behavioral ecology and the transition to agriculture [i] [j]
  1570. () The earth knows my name: food, culture, and sustainability in the gardens of ethnic Americans [i]
  1571. Serge-Christophe Kolm & Jean Mercier Ythier [ed] () Handbook of the economics of giving, altruism and reciprocity [i]
  1572. () On the paradox of corporate social responsibility: how can we use social science and natural science for a new vision? [d]
  1573. B. Mohan Kumar & P. K. Ramachandran Nair [ed] () Tropical homegardens: a time-tested example of sustainable agroforestry [i] [d]
  1574. Eric F. Lambin & Helmut Geist [ed] () Land-use and land-cover change: local processes and global impacts [i]
  1575. () The box: how the shipping container made the world smaller and the world economy bigger [i]
  1576. () Habitat fragmentation and landscape change: an ecological and conservation synthesis [i]
  1577. () Networks of agri-environmental action: temporality, spatiality and identity in agricultural environments [d]
  1578. () Sustainability of mangrove harvesting: how do harvesters' perceptions differ from ecological analysis? [u]
  1579. () Teaming with microbes: a gardener's guide to the soil food web [i]
  1580. () Cultural transmission of ethnobotanical knowledge in a rural community of northwestern Patagonia, Argentina [d]
  1581. () Corporate social responsibility in the supply chain: an application in the food industry [d] [j]
  1582. () Action research on land management in the western Amazon, Peru—a research process, its outcomes and the researcher's role [d]
  1583. () Settler welfare on tropical forest frontiers in Latin America [d]
  1584. () The piassaba palm: conservation and development in the buffer zone of Peru's Cordillera Azul National Park [o]
  1585. Douglas L. Medin, Norbert Ross, & Douglas G. Cox [ed] () Culture and resource conflict: why meanings matter [i]
  1586. () Household food insecurity and food expenditure in Bolivia, Burkina Faso, and the Philippines [p] [d]
  1587. () A media legua: repensando el desarrollo rural [i]
  1588. (/2017) People and nature: an introduction to human ecological relations [i]
  1589. () Worlds of food: place, power, and provenance in the food chain [i]
  1590. () Land, ecology, and democracy: a twenty-first century view [p] [d] [j]
  1591. () Mapping the future of world population: projected gain and loss from 1995 to 2025 [u]
  1592. () 'Trabajando duro todos los días': learning from the life experiences of Mexican-origin migrant families [d]
  1593. () When the rivers run dry: water, the defining crisis of the twenty-first century [i]
  1594. () Eating fossil fuels: oil, food and the coming crisis in agriculture [i]
  1595. Andrea Pieroni & Lisa Leimar Price [ed] () Eating and healing: traditional food as medicine [i]
  1596. () Transforming knowledge and ways of knowing for food sovereignty [i] [u]
  1597. Rutherford H. Platt [ed] () The humane metropolis: people and nature in the 21st-century city [i]
  1598. Darrell Addison Posey & Michael J. Balick [ed] () Human impacts on Amazonia: the role of traditional ecological knowledge in conservation and development [i]
  1599. () ¿Acaso comemos plata? [o] [u]
  1600. () Energetics of coal substitution by briquettes of agricultural residues [d]
  1601. () Experiences of Latino immigrant families in North Carolina help explain elevated levels of food insecurity and hunger [p] [d]
  1602. () Learning and livelihood [u]
  1603. () Trade liberalization and the diet transition: a public health response [d]
  1604. Robert E. Rhoades [ed] () Development with identity: community, culture and sustainability in the Andes [i]
  1605. () Earth-sheltered houses: how to build an affordable underground home [i]
  1606. () Less: alternative living strategies = Strategie alternative dell'abitare [i]
  1607. () Regional patterns in global resource extraction [d]
  1608. Trent Schroyer & Tom Golodik [ed] () Creating a sustainable world: past experience/future struggle [i]
  1609. () Human ecology: biocultural adaptations in human communities [i] [d]
  1610. Glenn M. Schwartz & John J. Nichols [ed] () After collapse: the regeneration of complex societies [i]
  1611. () Além da madeira: certificação de produtos florestais não-madeireiros [i] [u]
  1612. () Recycle: the essential guide [i]
  1613. () Design like you give a damn: architectural responses to humanitarian crisis [i]
  1614. Ted Smith, David Allan Sonnenfeld, & David N. Pellow [ed] () Challenging the chip: labor rights and environmental justice in the global electronics industry [i]
  1615. () Eastern North America as an independent center of plant domestication [d]
  1616. () Writers and the war against nature [i]
  1617. Gert Spaargaren, A. P. J. Mol, & Frederick H. Buttel [ed] () Governing environmental flows: global challenges to social theory [i]
  1618. () Sustainable development in the rural US Midwest: the m-commerce solution: the wireless critical infrastructure [d]
  1619. Cecilia Tacoli [ed] () The Earthscan reader in rural–urban linkages [i]
  1620. () Harvested, hunted and home grown: the prevalence of self-provisioning in rural Canada [u]
  1621. () The forager's harvest: a guide to identifying, harvesting, and preparing edible wild plants [i]
  1622. Bärbel Tress [ed] () From landscape research to landscape planning: aspects of integration, education and application [i]
  1623. () Self-sufficient agriculture: labour and knowledge in small-scale farming [i]
  1624. () Coming to understanding: developing conservation through incremental learning in the Pacific Northwest [d]
  1625. () Water: a shared responsibility [i] [u]
  1626. () 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]
  1627. () Resilience thinking: sustaining ecosystems and people in a changing world [i]
  1628. Waman Wasi [ed] () Saberes de siempre en la crianza del monte y de la chacra kechua-Lamista [i] [u]
  1629. () Wireless sensors in agriculture and food industry: recent development and future perspective [d]
  1630. Benno P. Warkentin [ed] () Footprints in the soil: people and ideas in soil history [i]
  1631. () Extending agroecology: grower participation in partnerships is key to social learning [d]
  1632. () Measuring household food insecurity: why it's so important and yet so difficult to do [p] [d]
  1633. () Wicked policies and righteous economists [u]
  1634. Richard R. Wilk [ed] () Fast food/slow food: the cultural economy of the global food system [i]
  1635. () Doing the barter system one better: I'll teach you to throat sing if she teaches me to crochet [u]
  1636. () The advantages of a rooftop garden and other things [d]
  1637. Karl S. Zimmerer [ed] () Globalization & new geographies of conservation [i]
  1638. () A review of intervention studies aimed at household energy conservation [d]
  1639. () Sustainable communities and the challenge of environmental justice [i]
  1640. () Tending the wild: Native American knowledge and the management of California's natural resources [i]
  1641. () Everyone eats: understanding food and culture [i]
  1642. Craig Anthony Arnold [ed] () Wet growth: should water law control land use? [i]
  1643. () The paternalism of partnership: a postcolonial reading of identity in development aid [i]
  1644. () Gender-specific out-migration, deforestation and urbanization in the Ecuadorian Amazon [d]
  1645. () Rural poverty dynamics: development policy implications [d]
  1646. () Environmental and sustainability ethics in supply chain management [p] [d]
  1647. Michael Bonell & Leendert Adriaan Bruijnzeel [ed] () Forests, water, and people in the humid tropics: past, present, and future hydrological research for intergrated land and water management [i] [d]
  1648. () The snake with golden braids: society, nature, and technology in Andean irrigation [i]
  1649. () A land of ghosts: the braided lives of people and the forest in far western Amazonia [i]
  1650. () The complex forest: communities, uncertainty, and adaptive collaborative management [i]
  1651. Carol J. Pierce Colfer [ed] () The equitable forest: diversity, community, and resource management [i]
  1652. () Holistic Darwinism: synergy, cybernetics, and the bioeconomics of evolution [i]
  1653. () Northeast and Midwest United States: an environmental history [i]
  1654. () Converting or not converting to organic farming in Austria: farmer types and their rationale [d]
  1655. () Proceed and be bold: Rural Studio after Samuel Mockbee [i]
  1656. () A psychosocial analysis of the human-sanitation nexus [d]
  1657. Stefan Dercon [ed] () Insurance against poverty [i]
  1658. () A life course perspective: understanding food choices in time, social location, and history [d]
  1659. () Design, lifestyles and sustainability: aesthetic consumption in a world of abundance [d]
  1660. () Sustainable consumption of food: a framework for analyzing scenarios about changes in diets [d]
  1661. () Good growing: why organic farming works [i]
  1662. () Sustainability: living with the imperfections [d]
  1663. () Attitudes, beliefs, and prevalence of dumpster diving as a means to obtain food by Midwestern, low-income, urban dwellers [d]
  1664. () Feeding the world: an economic history of agriculture, 1800–2000 [i] [j]
  1665. (/2008) Linking conservation and poverty reduction: landscapes, people and power [i]
  1666. (/2008) Planetwalker: 22 years of walking, 17 years of silence [i]
  1667. () A framework for assessing the vulnerability of food systems to future shocks [d]
  1668. (/2006) The new indicators of well-being and development [i]
  1669. () Training in modest housing construction for those who need it most: an example from Nicaragua [i] [d]
  1670. () Trading down: Africa, value chains, and the global economy [i]
  1671. () Surplus possibilities: postdevelopment and community economies [d]
  1672. () At home in nature: modern homesteading and spiritual practice in America [i]
  1673. () Exploring the frontier of livelihoods research [d]
  1674. Wendy Harcourt & Arturo Escobar [ed] () Women and the politics of place [i]
  1675. () The challenge to power: money, investing, and democracy [i]
  1676. () Third-party certification in the global agrifood system [d]
  1677. Vaughan Higgins & Geoffrey Lawrence [ed] () Agricultural governance: globalization and the new politics of regulation [i]
  1678. () Economic growth, material flows and the environment: new applications of structural decomposition analysis and physical input-output tables [i]
  1679. () Sustainable development: mapping different approaches [d]
  1680. () Towards a politics of dwelling [u]
  1681. () Modeling historical ecology, thinking about contemporary systems [d]
  1682. () Eating outside the box: FoodShare's Good Food Box and the challenge of scale [d]
  1683. () The renewable energy handbook: a guide to rural independence, off-grid and sustainable living [i]
  1684. () Governance in the global agro-food system: backlighting the role of transnational supermarket chains [d]
  1685. () Maya children: helpers at the farm [i]
  1686. () Ecological sanitation—a way to solve global sanitation problems? [d]
  1687. () Zoned out: regulation, markets, and choices in transportation and metropolitan land-use [i]
  1688. () Water storage: tanks, cisterns, aquifers and ponds [i]
  1689. () Losing ground: farmland preservation, economic utilitarianism, and the erosion of the agrarian ideal [d]
  1690. () Framing the elusive concept of sustainability: a sustainability hierarchy [d]
  1691. () Environmental tipping points: a new paradigm for restoring ecological security [u]
  1692. () Public utilities: management challenges for the 21st century [i]
  1693. () A revolution in eating: how the quest for food shaped America [i]
  1694. () Hungry planet: what the world eats [i]
  1695. () An appraisal of the critique of anthropocentrism and three lesser known themes in Lynn White's 'The historical roots of our ecologic crisis' [d]
  1696. Emilio F. Moran & Elinor Ostrom [ed] () Seeing the forest and the trees: human–environment interactions in forest ecosystems [i]
  1697. () Speaking of hunger and coping with food insecurity: experiences in the Afro-Ecuadorian highlands [d]
  1698. () Conservation: linking ecology, economics, and culture [i]
  1699. () Fighting standards with standards: harmonization, rents, and social accountability in certified agrofood networks [d]
  1700. () The new atlas of planet management [i]
  1701. () Riparia: ecology, conservation, and management of streamside communities [i] [d]
  1702. () Heirloom seeds and their keepers: marginality and memory in the conservation of biological diversity [i]
  1703. () Nature, culture, and civil society [d]
  1704. () Sustainability: a dissent [d]
  1705. () 'Provisioning': conceptualizing the work of women for 21st century social policy [d]
  1706. () Fragmentation and flow regulation of the world's large river systems [d]
  1707. () Scaling alternative economic practices?: some lessons from alternative currencies [d] [j]
  1708. () Understanding the process of economic change [i] [d] [j]
  1709. () Living on wild plants: evaluation of the rural household economy in Nigeria [d]
  1710. Cheryl Ann Palm [ed] () Slash-and-burn agriculture: the search for alternatives [i]
  1711. () Co-management of natural resources: opportunities for and barriers to working with citizen volunteers [d]
  1712. () Participatory extension as basis for the work of rural extension services in the Amazon [d]
  1713. () Community-based monitoring in support of local sustainability [d]
  1714. () Palms, pastures, and swidden fields: the grounded political ecology of 'agro-extractive/shifting-cultivator peasants' in Maranhão, Brazil [d]
  1715. () Going broke the hard way: the economics of rural failure [u]
  1716. Jules N. Pretty [ed] () The pesticide detox: towards a more sustainable agriculture [i]
  1717. (/2009) The travels of a T-shirt in the global economy: an economist examines the markets, power, and politics of world trade [i]
  1718. () Norma técnica para elaboración de planes de manejo de castaña [o]
  1719. () Gone tomorrow: the hidden life of garbage [i]
  1720. () Economic development and environmental management in the uplands of Southeast Asia: challenges for policy and institutional development [d]
  1721. Christian Sartorius & Stefan Zundel [ed] () Time strategies, innovation, and environmental policy [i]
  1722. Jeffrey Sayer [ed] () The Earthscan reader in forestry and development [i]
  1723. () The ecozones of the world: the ecological divisions of the geosphere [i]
  1724. () Interdependence between consumption in the North and sustainable communities in the South [d]
  1725. () Ecological debt: the health of the planet and the wealth of nations [i]
  1726. () Garden game: shifting cultivation, indigenous hunting and wildlife ecology in western Panama [d]
  1727. () Industrial ecology and input-output economics: an introduction [d]
  1728. () On the importance of tightening feedback loops for sustainable development of food systems [d]
  1729. (/2016) The world peace diet: eating for spiritual health and social harmony [i]
  1730. () Living beyond our means: natural assets and human well-being [o] [u]
  1731. () Ecosystems and human well-being: synthesis [i] [u]
  1732. () Introducción al monitoreo de la variabilidad de cultivos nativos y sus parientes silvestres [i] [u]
  1733. Susan W. Vince [ed] () Forests at the wildland–urban interface: conservation and management [i]
  1734. () The irony of environmentalism: the ecological futility but political necessity of lifestyle change [d]
  1735. () Material flows accounts: a tool for making environmental policy [i]
  1736. () It's all connected: a comprehensive guide to global issues and sustainable solutions [i]
  1737. () Surviving the city: urban home gardens and the economy of affection in the Brazilian Amazon [d]
  1738. () Food plants of the world: an illustrated guide [i]
  1739. () Big cotton: how a humble fiber created fortunes, wrecked civilizations, and put America on the map [i]
  1740. Deb Abbey [ed] () Global profit and global justice: using your money to change the world [i]
  1741. () Local services and amenities, neighborhood social capital, and health [d]
  1742. Adisa Azapagic & Slobodan Perdan [ed] (/2011) Sustainable development in practice: case studies for engineers and scientists [i] [d]
  1743. () Home gardens in Amazonian Peru: diversity and exchange of planting material [d]
  1744. Greg Bankoff, Georg Frerks, & Thea Hilhorst [ed] () Mapping vulnerability: disasters, development, and people [i]
  1745. () Lean logistics: the nuts and bolts of delivering materials and goods [i]
  1746. () Native to nowhere: sustaining home and community in a global age [i]
  1747. Tom Bigg [ed] () Survival for a small planet: the sustainable development agenda [i]
  1748. () The no-nonsense guide to water [i]
  1749. (/2009) The atlas of water: mapping the world's most critical resource [i]
  1750. Mario Blaser, Harvey A. Feit, & Glenn McRae [ed] () In the way of development: indigenous peoples, life projects, and globalization [i]
  1751. Åsa Boholm & Ragnar Löfstedt [ed] () Facility siting: risk, power and identity in land use planning [i]
  1752. () Connecting levels: a systems view on stakeholder dialogue for sustainability [d]
  1753. Michael A. Bourlakis & Paul W. H. Weightman [ed] () Food supply chain management [i]
  1754. () Contested terrain: mining and the environment [d]
  1755. () Influence of farm management style on adoption of biologically integrated farming practices in California [d]
  1756. () Farmers' bounty: locating crop diversity in the contemporary world [i]
  1757. Thomas J. S. Carlson & Luisa Maffi [ed] () Ethnobotany and conservation of biocultural diversity [i]
  1758. () Forest products, livelihoods, and conservation: case studies of non-timber forest product systems [i]
  1759. () World agriculture and the environment: a commodity-by-commodity guide to impacts and practices [i]
  1760. () Borrowed from the future: challenges and guidelines for community-based natural resource management [o] [u]
  1761. Cutler J. Cleveland & Robert U. Ayres [ed] () Encyclopedia of energy [i]
  1762. Harry Coccossis & Alexandra Mexa [ed] () The challenge of tourism carrying capacity assessment [i]
  1763. () Cultivated plant species diversity in home gardens of an Amazonian peasant village in northeastern Peru [d]
  1764. () Rain forest 'conservation-through-use'?: chambira palm fibre extraction and handicraft production in a land-constrained community, Peruvian Amazon [d]
  1765. () Targeting conservation–development initiatives in tropical forests: insights from analyses of rain forest use and economic reliance among Amazonian peasants [d]
  1766. (/2010) Ecological economics: principles and applications [i]
  1767. (/2014) The environmental planning handbook for sustainable communities and regions [i]
  1768. () No longer nomadic: changing Punan Tubu lifestyle requires new health strategies [u]
  1769. (/2008) Planting green roofs and living walls [i]
  1770. Environmental Careers Organization [ed] () The ECO guide to careers that make a difference [i]
  1771. () Deeper roots: strengthening community tenure security and community livelihoods [o] [u]
  1772. () The retreat of the elephants: an environmental history of China [i]
  1773. (/2015) Hunger, duty, and ecology: on what we owe starving humans [or: Taking hunger seriously] [i]
  1774. () Quenching urban thirst: growing cities and their impacts on freshwater ecosystems [d]
  1775. () The forest for the trees: how humans shaped the north woods [i]
  1776. Ana María Fries [ed] () Sabores y saberes: comida campesina andina [i] [u]
  1777. () Multi-scale integrated analysis of agroecosystems [i]
  1778. () North-south trade and the distribution of environmental goods and burdens: a biophysical perspective [d]
  1779. () 'As Earth's testimonies tell': wilderness conservation in a changing world [d]
  1780. Bruno Glaser & William I. Woods [ed] () Amazonian dark earths: explorations in space and time [i]
  1781. () Help or hindrance?: the global environment facility, biodiversity conservation, and indigenous peoples [u]
  1782. Garik Gutman, Anthony C. Janetos, Christopher O. Justice, Emilio F. Moran, John F. Mustard, Ronald R. Rindfuss, David Skole, Billie Lee Turner, & Mark A. Cochrane [ed] () Land change science: observing, monitoring and understanding trajectories of change on the earth's surface [i]
  1783. () Ecological footprints and human appropriation of net primary production: a comparison [d]
  1784. () Progress towards sustainability?: what the conceptual framework of material and energy flow accounting (MEFA) can offer [d]
  1785. () Gender, the work-life course, and livelihood strategies in a South Indian fish market [d]
  1786. () The transport geography of logistics and freight distribution [d]
  1787. () 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]
  1788. () The Trust for Public Land's conservation finance handbook: how communities are paying for parks and land conservation [i]
  1789. () Earthbag building: the tools, tricks and techniques [i]
  1790. () Establishment success of conservation tree plantations in relation to silvicultural practices in Indiana, USA [d]
  1791. () Space–time constructs for linking information and communication technologies with issues in sustainable transportation [d]
  1792. () Biocultural diversity in the sustainability of developing-country food systems [p] [d]
  1793. Tim Kasser & Allen D. Kanner [ed] () Psychology and consumer culture: the struggle for a good life in a materialistic world [i]
  1794. () Gardens and dwelling: people in vernacular gardens [d]
  1795. () Elemental cycles: a status report on human or natural dominance [d]
  1796. () Collaborative environmental management: what roles for government? [i]
  1797. () The enigma of tropical homegardens [d]
  1798. Piet N. L. Lens, Bert Hamelers, Harry Hoitink, & Werner Bidlingmaier [ed] () Resource recovery and reuse in organic solid waste management [i]
  1799. Bjørn Lomborg [ed] (/2009) Global crises, global solutions [i] [d]
  1800. Citlalli López, Patricia Shanley, & Alfredo Celso Fantini [ed] () Riches of the forest: fruits, remedies, and handicrafts in Latin America [i] [u]
  1801. () Civic agriculture: reconnecting farm, food, and community [i]
  1802. () Natural amenities, tourism and income distribution [d]
  1803. () The cognitive mechanics of economic development and institutional change [i]
  1804. () The dugout canoe trade in Central America's Mosquitia: approaching rural livelihoods through systems of exchange [d]
  1805. () Ecological engineering and ecosystem restoration [i]
  1806. () Materials count: the case for material flows analysis [i] [d] [u]
  1807. Steve J. New & Roy Westbrook [ed] () Understanding supply chains: concepts, critiques, and futures [i]
  1808. () Processes of social learning in integrated resources management [d]
  1809. () Out of time: fast subjects and slow living [d]
  1810. () Unhealthy landscapes: policy recommendations on land use change and infectious disease emergence [p] [d]
  1811. () Alternative urban futures: planning for sustainable development in cities throughout the world [i]
  1812. () Medicinal and aromatic plants in agroforestry systems [d]
  1813. () Criar y dejarse criar: una modalidad de regeneración de saberes andinos [i]
  1814. Roberto Arturo Restrepo Arcila [ed] () Saberes de vida por el bienestar de las nuevas generaciones [i]
  1815. () Timescapes of community resilience and vulnerability in the circumpolar north [d] [j]
  1816. () Still a man's labor market: the long-term earnings gap [i]
  1817. () Markets drive the specialization strategies of forest peoples [j] [u]
  1818. () The science of sustainable development: local livelihoods and the global environment [i] [d]
  1819. () Fish and farinha: protein and energy consumption in Amazonian rural communities on Ituqui Island, Brazil [d]
  1820. () Industrial ecology, life cycles, supply chains: differences and interrelations [d]
  1821. (/2017) Bicycle repair manual [i]
  1822. Dale Southerton, Heather Chappells, & Bas van Vliet [ed] () Sustainable consumption: the implications of changing infrastructures of provision [i]
  1823. () American household botany: a history of useful plants, 1620–1900 [i]
  1824. (/2014) Introduction to cultural ecology [i]
  1825. () Risk coping strategies in tropical forests: floods, illnesses, and resource extraction [d]
  1826. () Kamayoq: promotores campesinos de innovaciones tecnológicas [i]
  1827. () 'Because they can do the work': women farmers in sustainable agriculture in Pennsylvania, USA [d]
  1828. () Why women are at war with Chevron: Nigerian subsistence struggles against the international oil industry [d]
  1829. () Uncultivated foods in southern Veracruz, Mexico: establishing the links between ecosystem health, food availability, and human nutrition [d]
  1830. () Achieving universal coverage with health interventions [p] [d]
  1831. Diana H. Wall [ed] () Sustaining biodiversity and ecosystem services in soils and sediments [i]
  1832. () Acai palm management in the Amazon estuary: course for conservation or passage to plantations? [u]
  1833. () Johnny joins the freak-bike gang [u]
  1834. () Food justice movements: policy, planning, and networks [d]
  1835. () Income inequality, the income cost of housing, and the myth of market efficiency: 'optimal' for whom? [d]
  1836. () Forest gardens as an 'intermediate' land-use system in the nature–culture continuum: characteristics and future potential [d]
  1837. () Landscape agroecology [i]
  1838. () Medicinal plants of the world: an illustrated scientific guide to important medicinal plants and their uses [i]
  1839. Daniel Zarin [ed] () Working forests in the neotropics—conservation through sustainable management? [i]
  1840. () Resistance in an Amazonian community: Huaorani organizing against the global economy [i]
  1841. () Measuring the changing state of nature [d]
  1842. () The power of scale: a global history approach [i]
  1843. () Community development in sustainable livelihoods approaches: an introduction [d]
  1844. Harold C. Brookfield, Helen Parsons, & Muriel Brookfield [ed] () Agrodiversity: learning from farmers across the world [i]
  1845. (/2009) Plan B 4.0: mobilizing to save civilization [i] [u]
  1846. () Virgil, vigilance, and voice: agrifood ethics in an age of globalization [d]
  1847. () Fish for all: an oral history of multiple claims and divided sentiment on Lake Michigan [i]
  1848. Susan D. Clayton & Susan Opotow [ed] () Identity and the natural environment: the psychological significance of nature [i]
  1849. () The curse of American agricultural abundance: a sustainable solution [i]
  1850. () Development and the environment in Asia [d]
  1851. () Buddhist economics and the environment: material flow analysis and the moderation of society's metabolism [d]
  1852. () World and local heritage, the relationships between conservation and development: the example of the Coelacanth [d]
  1853. () Green states and social movements: environmentalism in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, and Norway [i]
  1854. Megan Dyson, Gerardus Johannus Jacobus Bergkamp, & John Scanlon [ed] () Flow: the essentials of environmental flows [i]
  1855. () Megaprojects and risk: an anatomy of ambition [i] [d]
  1856. () Road ecology: science and solutions [i]
  1857. () Understanding the experience of household food insecurity in rural Bangladesh leads to a measure different from that used in other countries [p] [d]
  1858. () La agricultura campesina de los mayas en Yucatán [u]
  1859. () Desde el diagnóstico territorial participativo hasta la mesa de negociación: orientaciones metodológicas [u]
  1860. () Drafting a conservation blueprint: a practitioner's guide to planning for biodiversity [i]
  1861. (/2010) Boundaries: a casebook in environmental ethics [i]
  1862. () The key to sustainable cities: meeting human needs, transforming community systems [i]
  1863. () Does fish still matter?: changes in the diet of two Brazilian fishing communities [d]
  1864. () Field guide to appropriate technology [i] [d]
  1865. (/2011) Essentials of supply chain management [i] [d]
  1866. () Understandings of environmental quality: ambiguities and values held by environmental professionals [d]
  1867. () Farming with the wild: enhancing biodiversity on farms and ranches [i]
  1868. () Strangely like war: the global assault on forests [i]
  1869. () A scenario-based holistic approach to environmental flow assessments for rivers [d]
  1870. () Integrated environmental planning [i]
  1871. () Parasite paradise: a manifesto for temporary architecture and flexible urbanism [i]
  1872. () Radical simplicity: small footprints on a finite earth [i]
  1873. (/2008) The atlas of food: who eats what, where, and why [i]
  1874. Ben A. Minteer & Robert E. Manning [ed] () Reconstructing conservation: finding common ground [i]
  1875. () In memoriam Ivan Illich: critic of professionalized design [d]
  1876. () Where stuff comes from: how toasters, toilets, cars, computers, and many others things come to be as they are [i]
  1877. () Recolección de plantas y conocimientos ancestrales: un programa de enseñanza y capacitación [i]
  1878. () Costumbres del ayer, tesoros del mañana: plantas de herencia, conocimientos ancestrales y bancos de memoria [i]
  1879. () Agroforestry & ethnobotany: species data sheets [u]
  1880. () Assessing future ecosystem services: a case study of the Northern Highlands Lake District, Wisconsin [j] [u]
  1881. () The biology of human survival: life and death in extreme environments [i]
  1882. () Securing water for people, crops, and ecosystems: new mindset and new priorities [d]
  1883. () Rivers for life: managing water for people and nature [i]
  1884. () Nature matrix: reconnecting people and nature [d]
  1885. Philip Quarles van Ufford & Ananta Kumar Giri [ed] () A moral critique of development: in search of global responsibilities [i]
  1886. () Improving life cycle assessment by including spatial, dynamic and place-based modeling [i] [d]
  1887. () Impeding sustainability?: the ecological footprint of higher education [o] [u]
  1888. () Experiencias agroforestales en el Cumbaza, San Martín [o]
  1889. () Public ecology: an environmental science and policy for global society [d]
  1890. () The urban part of rural development: the role of small and intermediate urban centres in rural and regional development and poverty reduction [i] [u]
  1891. (/2009) The self-sufficient life and how to live it: the complete back-to-basics guide [i]
  1892. () Family meals and disparities in global ecosystem dependency: three examples: Ghana, Russia and Sweden [d]
  1893. () Complete bike book [i]
  1894. () Pharmaceuticals, personal care products, and endocrine disruptors in water: implications for the water industry [d]
  1895. () A holistic systems approach to addressing sustainability issues in the agri-food sector [d]
  1896. () The meaning of water [i]
  1897. () Domesticated landscapes: the subsistence ecology of plant and animal domestication [d]
  1898. () A global perspective on environmental flow assessment: emerging trends in the development and application of environmental flow methodologies for rivers [d]
  1899. () LifePlace: bioregional thought and practice [i] [d] [j]
  1900. () Expanding the conservation tradition: the agrarian vision [i]
  1901. () The multiple use of tropical forests by indigenous peoples in Mexico: a case of adaptive management [j] [u]
  1902. () Resilience in pre-contact Pacific Northwest social ecological systems [j] [u]
  1903. () The soul of money: transforming your relationship with money and life [i]
  1904. () Water for people, water for life [i] [u]
  1905. () Distribution and causes of global forest fragmentation [j] [u]
  1906. Timothy A. Wise, Hilda Salazar, & Laura Carlsen [ed] () Confronting globalization: economic integration and popular resistance in Mexico [i]
  1907. () Oil wealth and the fate of the forest: a comparative study of eight tropical countries [i]
  1908. () Geographies of seed networks for food plants (potato, ulluco) and approaches to agrobiodiversity conservation in the Andean countries [d]
  1909. () Ecología y manejo del árbol de castaña (Bertholletia excelsa) [o]
  1910. A. Alonso Aguirre [ed] () Conservation medicine: ecological health in practice [i]
  1911. () Material flow accounting in Amazonia: a tool for sustainable development [o]
  1912. Tom Baker & Jonathan Simon [ed] () Embracing risk: the changing culture of insurance and responsibility [i]
  1913. Peter Bartelmus [ed] () Unveiling wealth: on money, quality of life, and sustainability [i] [d]
  1914. William R. Black & Peter Nijkamp [ed] () Social change and sustainable transport [i]
  1915. () Material Flow Analysis: unveiling the physical basis of economies [i] [d]
  1916. Harold C. Brookfield, Christine Padoch, Helen Parsons, & Michael Stocking [ed] () Cultivating biodiversity: understanding, analysing and using agricultural diversity [i] [d]
  1917. () Basic principles and ecological consequences of altered flow regimes for aquatic biodiversity [d]
  1918. () The SRI advantage: why socially responsible investing has outperformed financially [i]
  1919. Bruce M. Campbell & Martin Karl Luckert [ed] () Uncovering the hidden harvest: valuation methods for woodland and forest resources [i]
  1920. () Participatory action research in natural resource management: a critique of the method based on five years' experience in the Transamazônica region of Brazil [i]
  1921. () Economic aspects of social and environmental violence [d] [j]
  1922. () Quality of life and the distribution of wealth and resources [i]
  1923. () When smoke ran like water: tales of environmental deception and the battle against pollution [i]
  1924. () Sustainable transportation: U.S. dilemmas and European experiences [d]
  1925. () Rural Studio: Samuel Mockbee and an architecture of decency [i]
  1926. () Place, work, and civic agriculture: common fields for cultivation [d]
  1927. () Informal family insurance and the design of the welfare state [d]
  1928. Michael N. Dobkowski & Isidor Wallimann [ed] () On the edge of scarcity: environment, resources, population, sustainability, and conflict [i]
  1929. (/2008) The principles of sustainability [i]
  1930. Deborah Eade, Thierry G. Verhelst, & Wendy Tyndale [ed] () Development and culture: selected essays from Development in Practice [i]
  1931. () Food ethics: a decision making tool for the food industry? [d]
  1932. () Ecology, engineering, and management: reconciling ecosystem rehabilitation and service reliability [i]
  1933. () Human natures, nature conservation, and environmental ethics [d]
  1934. () Wild health: how animals keep themselves well and what we can learn from them [i]
  1935. () Community culture and the environment: a guide to understanding a sense of place [o] [u]
  1936. () Landscapes to riverscapes: bridging the gap between research and conservation of stream fishes [d]
  1937. Priyanthi Fernando & Gina Porter [ed] () Balancing the load: women, gender, and transport [i]
  1938. Robert Lawrence France [ed] () Handbook of water sensitive planning and design [i]
  1939. () Proximate causes and underlying driving forces of tropical deforestation [d]
  1940. J. A. van Ginkel, Brendan Barrett, Julius Court, & Jerry Velasquez [ed] () Human development and the environment: challenges for the United Nations in the new millennium [i]
  1941. () Water follies: groundwater pumping and the fate of America's fresh waters [i]
  1942. () Of messiness, systems and sustainability: towards a more social and environmental finance and accounting [d]
  1943. () Incorporating value trade-offs into community-based environmental risk decisions [d] [j]
  1944. Jeroen B. Guinée [ed] () Handbook on life cycle assessment: operational guide to the ISO standards [i]
  1945. () The unknown world of the mobile home [i]
  1946. () Rationale and methods for conserving biodiversity in plantation forests [d]
  1947. Bertus Haverkort, Katrien van t Hooft, & Wim Hiemstra [ed] () Ancient roots, new shoots: endogenous development in practice [i]
  1948. () Wild politics: feminism, globalisation, bio/diversity [i]
  1949. Lee Hoinacki & Carl Mitcham [ed] () The challenges of Ivan Illich: a collective reflection [i]
  1950. () How sustainable agriculture can address the environmental and human health harms of industrial agriculture [p]
  1951. () The oil industry and climate change: strategies and ethical dilemmas [d]
  1952. () Further efforts to clarify industrial ecology's hidden philosophy of nature [d]
  1953. Dana L. Jackson & Laura L. Jackson [ed] () The farm as natural habitat: reconnecting food systems with ecosystems [i]
  1954. Joseph F. Kennedy, Catherine Wanek, & Michael G. Smith [ed] (/2015) The art of natural building: design, construction, resources [i]
  1955. () Glass: a world history [i]
  1956. () Nutritional evaluation of terrestrial invertebrates as traditional food in Amazonia [d]
  1957. (/2005) The environmentalism of the poor: a study of ecological conflicts and valuation [i]
  1958. () The articulated peasant: household economies in the Andes [i]
  1959. () Changing systems for supporting farmers' decisions: problems, paradigms, and prospects [d]
  1960. () Increased human energy use causes biological diversity loss and undermines prospects for sustainability [d]
  1961. () Cradle to cradle: remaking the way we make things [i]
  1962. () Who is 'forest-dependent'?: capturing local variation in forest-product sale, eastern Honduras [d]
  1963. Ruth Suseela Meinzen-Dick [ed] () Innovation in natural resource management: the role of property rights and collective action in developing countries [i]
  1964. Peter Miller & Laura Westra [ed] () Just ecological integrity: the ethics of maintaining planetary life [i]
  1965. () Farm [i]
  1966. () Correcting gender myopia: gender equity, women's welfare, and the environment [o]
  1967. () Bringing the food economy home: local alternatives to global agribusiness [i]
  1968. () The nature of design: ecology, culture, and human intention [i]
  1969. () Garbage wars: the struggle for environmental justice in Chicago [i]
  1970. PRATEC [ed] () Allin Kawsay: el bienestar en las concepciones andino amazónicas [i] [u]
  1971. () Ecological footprint accounts: moving sustainability from concept to measurable goal [o] [u]
  1972. () Complex systems theory and development practice: understanding non-linear realities [i]
  1973. () High noon: twenty global problems, twenty years to solve them [i]
  1974. () Energy and the mystery of iniquity [i]
  1975. () Strategic sustainable development—selection, design and synergies of applied tools [d]
  1976. () The human footprint and the last of the wild [d]
  1977. Peter Schmuck & P. Wesley Schultz [ed] () Psychology of sustainable development [i] [d]
  1978. () Growing up empty: the hunger epidemic in America [i]
  1979. () Food and the making of modern Inuit identities [d]
  1980. () Restoration of the Great Lakes: promises, practices, and performances [i]
  1981. () Inventing indigenous knowledge: archaeology, rural development, and the raised field rehabilitation project in Bolivia [i]
  1982. () Agricultural sustainability and intensive production practices [d]
  1983. () Bikeability checklist: how bikeable is your community? [o] [u]
  1984. () Moving money: banking and finance in the industrialized world [i] [d]
  1985. () Tracking the ecological overshoot of the human economy [d]
  1986. () Land use and land cover change in forest frontiers: the role of household life cycles [d]
  1987. Bruce A. Weber, Greg J. Duncan, & Leslie A. Whitener [ed] () Rural dimensions of welfare reform [i]
  1988. David G. Westendorff & Deborah Eade [ed] () Development and cities: essays from Development in practice [i]
  1989. () Globalized Andes?: livelihoods, landscapes and development [d]
  1990. Veronika Bennholdt-Thomsen, Nicholas Faraclas, & Claudia von Werlhof [ed] () There is an alternative: subsistence and world-wide resistance to corporate globalization [i]
  1991. () Balance is beautiful: assessing sustainable development in the rain forests of the Bolivian Amazonia [i]
  1992. () Eco-economy: building an economy for the earth [i]
  1993. Anne Buttimer [ed] () Sustainable landscapes and lifeways: scale and appropriateness [i]
  1994. () Diversidad chacarera en los Quechua-Lamas del Bajo Mayo San Martín [i] [u]
  1995. Cutler J. Cleveland, David I. Stern, & Robert Costanza [ed] () The economics of nature and the nature of economics [i]
  1996. () Water: the fate of our most precious resource [i]
  1997. () Cultivated landscapes of native Amazonia and the Andes: triumph over the soil [i]
  1998. Jane F. Eastham, Liz Sharples, & Stephen D. Ball [ed] () Food supply chain management: issues for the hospitality and retail sectors [i]
  1999. Dave Egan & Evelyn A. Howell [ed] () The historical ecology handbook: a restorationist's guide to reference ecosystems [i]
  2000. () Multivariate statistical and GIS-based approach to identify heavy metal sources in soils [p] [d]
  2001. () Land-tenure issues as factors in environmental destruction in Brazilian Amazonia: the case of southern Pará [d]
  2002. Eric T. Freyfogle [ed] () The new agrarianism: land, culture, and the community of life [i]
  2003. Archon Fung, Tessa Hebb, & Joel Rogers [ed] () Working capital: the power of labor's pensions [i]
  2004. () Multiple-scale integrated assessment of societal metabolism: an analytical tool to study development and sustainability [d]
  2005. () Toward an anthropological theory of value: the false coin of our own dreams [i]
  2006. () The gardens of their dreams: desertification and culture in world history [i]
  2007. () Insects and gardens: in pursuit of a garden ecology [i]
  2008. () Neotropical secondary forest succession: changes in structural and functional characteristics [d]
  2009. () The anthropology of economy: community, market, and culture [i]
  2010. () A look at the political geography of environmental management [i]
  2011. Jonathan M. Harris [ed] () A survey of sustainable development: social and economic dimensions [i]
  2012. () Competing in the market: farmers need new skills [o]
  2013. (/2009) Gaia's garden: a guide to home-scale permaculture [i]
  2014. () Tranquilidad and hardship in the forest: livelihoods and perceptions of Camba forest dwellers in the northern Bolivian Amazon [i]
  2015. (/2003) Tranquilidad y sufrimiento en el bosque: los medios de vida y percepciones de los Cambas en el bosque de la Amazonía boliviana [o]
  2016. (/2007) The better world handbook: small changes that make a big difference [i]
  2017. () The future of money: a new way to create wealth, work and a wiser world [i]
  2018. () Zoning, equity, and public health [d]
  2019. Luisa Maffi [ed] () On biocultural diversity: linking language, knowledge, and the environment [i]
  2020. () The holy order of water: healing the earth's waters and ourselves [i]
  2021. () Silenced rivers: the ecology and politics of large dams [i]
  2022. () The citizens at risk: from urban sanitation to sustainable cities [i]
  2023. () Perverse subsidies: how tax dollars can undercut the environment and the economy [i]
  2024. () Environmental values and adaptive management [d] [j]
  2025. () Global food markets and their local alternatives: a socio-ecological economic perspective [d]
  2026. () Strategies for genetic conservation of trees in the Peruvian Amazon [d]
  2027. () Wild plants in everyday use: conservation towards sustainable livelihoods in Nigeria [d]
  2028. Catherine Panter-Brick, Robert Layton, & P. Rowley-Conwy [ed] () Hunter-gatherers: an interdisciplinary perspective [i]
  2029. () De la chacra al fogón: tecnologías campesinas tradicionales: sobre cómo se almacenan, conservan, procesan y utilizan los alimentos en el campo [i] [u]
  2030. () Time and wealth: the role of time and temporalities for sustainable patterns of consumption [u]
  2031. David Rothenberg & Marta Ulvaeus [ed] () Writing on water [i]
  2032. () Every drop for sale: our desperate battle over water in a world about to run out [i]
  2033. (/2003) Tropical forests, international jungle: the underside of global ecopolitics [i] [d]
  2034. () Preferences, needs and sustainability [d]
  2035. () The moral economy of water: equity and antiquity in the Andean commons [d]
  2036. () Participatory domestication of agroforestry trees: an example from the Peruvian Amazon [d]
  2037. () Economic botany: principles and practices [i]
  2038. () Making a life, making a living: reclaiming your purpose and passion in business and in life [i]
  2039. () LCA of food products and production systems [d]
  2040. Benjamin Bagadion & Peter Utting [ed] () Forest policy and politics in the Philippines: the dynamics of participatory conservation [i]
  2041. Gregor Gilpin Beck & Bruce M. Litteljohn [ed] () Voices for the watershed: environmental issues in the Great Lakes–St. Lawrence drainage basin [i]
  2042. () Rediscovery of traditional ecological knowledge as adaptive management [d]
  2043. () Fishing the Great Lakes: an environmental history, 1783–1933 [i]
  2044. () The berry grower's companion [i]
  2045. Stephen B. Brush [ed] () Genes in the field: on-farm conservation of crop diversity [i]
  2046. () Economic growth and the environment: an empirical analysis [i]
  2047. Felipe Cárdenas Támara [ed] () Desarrollo sostenible en los Andes de Colombia: Provincias del Norte, Gutiérrez y Valderrama, Boyacá, Colombia [i]
  2048. () Sharing nature's interest: ecological footprints as an indicator of sustainability [i]
  2049. () Compartiendo las crianzas: comida, organicidad y biodiversidad en la recuperación agroecológica y nutricional de los Quechua lamistas [i]
  2050. () Tropical forests and shifting cultivation: secondary forest fallow dynamics among traditional farmers of the Peruvian Amazon [d]
  2051. () Carfree cities [i]
  2052. () From garden to globe: linking time and space with meaning and memory [i] [j]
  2053. (/2014) Becoming vegan: the complete reference to plant-based nutrition [i]
  2054. () Etnoconservação: novos rumos para a conservação da natureza [i]
  2055. () El mito moderno de la naturaleza intocada [i]
  2056. () Cultivated landscapes of native North America [i]
  2057. (/2012) Water and wastewater treatment: a guide for the nonengineering professional [i]
  2058. () Micropower: the next electrical era [i]
  2059. () The persistence of the peasantry [d]
  2060. () Shifting cultivation: a new old paradigm for managing tropical forests [d]
  2061. () Developing environmental accounting: insights from indigenous cultures [d]
  2062. (/2009) Forest farming practices [i]
  2063. H. E. Gene Garrett [ed] (/2009) North American agroforestry: an integrated science and practice [i]
  2064. () Cycling for profit: how to make a living with your bike [i]
  2065. () Hunger and migration in a rural-traditional area in the nineteenth century [Netherlands] [d]
  2066. () Food transfers among Hiwi foragers of Venezuela: tests of reciprocity [d]
  2067. Julie Ann Gustanski & Roderick H. Squires [ed] () Protecting the land: conservation easements past, present, and future [i]
  2068. () A history of environmental politics since 1945 [i]
  2069. () Competitive environmental strategy: a guide to the changing business landscape [i]
  2070. () The perception of the environment: essays on livelihood, dwelling & skill [i]
  2071. () Consumers in the country: technology and social change in rural America [i]
  2072. () Exploring the gaps: vital links between trade, environment, and culture [i]
  2073. David Lewis Lentz [ed] () Imperfect balance: landscape transformations in the Precolumbian Americas [i] [d] [j]
  2074. () The weight of nations: material outflows from industrial economies [i]
  2075. () Lake Erie rehabilitated: controlling cultural eutrophication, 1960s–1990s [i]
  2076. Roderick J. McIntosh, Joseph A. Tainter, & Susan Keech McIntosh [ed] () The way the wind blows: climate, history, and human action [i] [j]
  2077. () The sanitary city: urban infrastructure in America from colonial times to the present [i]
  2078. () Economics for sustainable rural systems [d]
  2079. () The total human ecosystem: integrating ecology and economics [d]
  2080. () Societal metabolism and multiple-scale integrated assessment: empirical validation and examples of application [d]
  2081. (/2007) Walking the forest with Chico Mendes: struggle for justice in the Amazon [i]
  2082. () Linking livelihoods and conservation: a conceptual framework and scale for assessing the integration of human needs and biodiversity [d]
  2083. () Biodiversity concepts and urban ecosystems [d]
  2084. (/2001) The landscape of capitalism [d] [j]
  2085. () Stolen harvest: the hijacking of the global food supply [i]
  2086. (/2013) Land-use planning for sustainable development [i]
  2087. () Conservation and subsistence in small-scale societies [d]
  2088. (/2009) The vegetable gardener's bible: discover Ed's high-yield W-O-R-D system for all North American gardening regions [i]
  2089. (/2012) The drinking water handbook [i]
  2090. (/2003) A water harvesting manual for urban areas: case studies from Delhi [i]
  2091. () Reconciling anthropocentrism and biocentrism through adaptive management: the case of the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant and public risk perception [d]
  2092. () The end of finance: the theory of capital market inflation, financial derivatives, and pension fund capitalism [i]
  2093. () Insatiable appetite: the United States and the ecological degradation of the tropical world [i]
  2094. () Natural selection: evolving choices for renewable energy technology and policy [i] [u]
  2095. () The scope of hunter-gatherer ethnomedicine [d]
  2096. () Making collaboration work: lessons from innovation in natural resource management [i]
  2097. () Reweaving the food security safety net: mediating entitlement and entrepreneurship [d]
  2098. () Hacer brillar la chacra: agricultura campesina alto amazónica, San Martín [i] [u]
  2099. () Folkecology and commons management in the Maya Lowlands [d]
  2100. (/2000) Life's matrix: a biography of water [i]
  2101. Deborah Barndt [ed] () Women working the NAFTA food chain: women, food & globalization [i]
  2102. () Environmental histories, access to resources and landscape change: an introduction [d]
  2103. () Capitals and capabilities: a framework for analyzing peasant viability, rural livelihoods and poverty [d]
  2104. (/2008) Sacred ecology: traditional ecological knowledge and resource management [i]
  2105. Douglas H. Boucher [ed] () The paradox of plenty: hunger in a bountiful world [i]
  2106. () The consumer's guide to effective environmental choices: practical advice from the Union of Concerned Scientists [i]
  2107. Gregory Cajete [ed] () A people's ecology: explorations in sustainable living [i]
  2108. () Financing the American dream: a cultural history of consumer credit [i]
  2109. () The BAG: basic assessment guide for human well-being [i]
  2110. () Chinnagounder's challenge: the question of ecological citizenship [i]
  2111. () Material culture in the social world: values, activities, lifestyles [i]
  2112. (/2010) Wild color: the complete guide to making and using natural dyes [i]
  2113. () Reclaiming the commons: community farms & forests in a New England town [i]
  2114. () The growth illu$ion: how economic growth has enriched the few, impoverished the many, and endangered the planet [i]
  2115. () The ecology of money [i]
  2116. (/2005) Paying with plastic: the digital revolution in buying and borrowing [i]
  2117. () Natural systems as models for the design of sustainable systems of land use [d]
  2118. () Rainwater catchment systems for domestic supply: design, construction and implementation [i] [d]
  2119. () Rediscovering place and accounting space: how to re-embed the human economy [d]
  2120. () Changing the way America farms: knowledge and community in the sustainable agriculture movement [i]
  2121. () Sharing the work, sparing the planet: work time, consumption and ecology [i]
  2122. () Appropriate technology: tools, choices and implications [i]
  2123. Wim Hiemstra & Bertus Haverkort [ed] () Food for thought: ancient visions and new experiments of rural people [i]
  2124. () Facilitating integrated resource and environmental management: Australian and Canadian perspectives [d]
  2125. K. Norman Johnson [ed] () Bioregional assessments: science at the crossroads of management and policy [i]
  2126. () Trees outside forests: agro-, community, and urban forestry [d]
  2127. (/2008) Big business, poor peoples: how transnational corporations damage the world's poor [i]
  2128. () Vision and leadership in sustainable development [i]
  2129. () Critical consumption trends and implications: degrading earth's ecosystems [i]
  2130. (/2001) The world ahead: our future in the making [i]
  2131. () Bioregional conflict resolution: rebuilding community in watershed planning and organizing [d]
  2132. Michael Vincent McGinnis [ed] () Bioregionalism [i]
  2133. () Identifying and mapping community vulnerability [d]
  2134. () Sustainability and cities: overcoming automobile dependence [i]
  2135. () Conventional and land-time budget analysis of rural villages in Hubei Province, China [d]
  2136. Francisco J. Pichón, Jorge E. Uquillas, & John Frechione [ed] () Traditional and modern natural resource management in Latin America [i]
  2137. (/2008) Global problems and the culture of capitalism [i]
  2138. () Springfield, Oregon, resident generates only 20 pounds of trash in year [u]
  2139. () Linkages among water vapor flows, food production, and terrestrial ecosystem services [j] [u]
  2140. () Energies: an illustrated guide to the biosphere and civilization [i]
  2141. () Material flow analysis, TMR and the MIPS concept: a contribution to the development of indicators for measuring changes in consumption and production patterns [d]
  2142. () Waste and want: a social history of trash [i]
  2143. () Nature's cornucopia: our stake in plant diversity [i]
  2144. David Scofield Wilson & Angus K. Gillespie [ed] () Rooted in America: foodlore of popular fruits and vegetables [i]
  2145. Frédérique Apffel-Marglin [ed] () The spirit of regeneration: Andean culture confronting Western notions of development [i]
  2146. William L. Balée [ed] () Advances in historical ecology [i]
  2147. () The essential bicycle commuter [i]
  2148. Fikret Berkes, Carl Folke, & Johan Colding [ed] () Linking social and ecological systems: management practices and social mechanisms for building resilience [i]
  2149. () Women pioneers for the environment [i]
  2150. () Sharing the world: sustainable living and global equity in the 21st century [i]
  2151. () Indicators of dematerialization and the materials intensity of use [d]
  2152. () The value of the world's ecosystem services and natural capital [d]
  2153. Michael N. Dobkowski & Isidor Wallimann [ed] () The coming age of scarcity: preventing mass death and genocide in the twenty-first century [i]
  2154. () In the land of poverty: memoirs of an Indian family, 1947–1997 [i]
  2155. () Cannibals with forks: the triple bottom line of 21st century business [i]
  2156. () Household strategies and rural livelihood diversification [d]
  2157. () Plan & conserve: a source book on linking population and environmental services in communities [i]
  2158. (/2012) The invasion of Indian country in the twentieth century: American capitalism and tribal natural resources [i]
  2159. () Mind over matter: recasting the role of materials in our lives [i]
  2160. (/2007) Agroecology: the ecology of sustainable food systems [i]
  2161. () The political ecology of bananas: contract farming, peasants, and agrarian change in the eastern Caribbean [i]
  2162. () Sustainable community indicators trainer's workshop [u]
  2163. Marie D. Hoff [ed] () Sustainable community development: studies in economic, environmental, and cultural revitalization [i]
  2164. () Poverty, market imperfections and time preferences: of relevance for environmental policy? [o]
  2165. (/2007) La otra África: autogestión y apaño frente al mercado global [i]
  2166. (/2000) Locally developed agriculture—a possibility or obstacle for preventing soil degradation?: an exploratory study with farmers and agronomy students in the province of San Martín, Peru [u]
  2167. (/2007) Community health and wellness: a socio-ecological approach [i]
  2168. () Unequal freedoms: the global market as an ethical system [i]
  2169. () Man eating bugs: the art and science of eating insects [i]
  2170. () Native American ethnobotany [i]
  2171. () The asset vulnerability framework: reassessing urban poverty reduction strategies [d]
  2172. () Fresh water [i]
  2173. (/2010) The myth of development: non-viable economies and the crisis of civilization [i]
  2174. Niels G. Röling & Mana Anna Elisabeth Wagemakers [ed] () Facilitating sustainable agriculture: participatory learning and adaptive management in times of environmental uncertainty [i]
  2175. (/2005) Frutíferas e plantas úteis na vida amazônica [i] [u]
  2176. () A conceptual model of the food and nutrition system [d]
  2177. () Rural–urban interactions: a guide to the literature [d]
  2178. () Sociocultural evolution: calculation and contingency [o]
  2179. () Incentive systems that support sustainability: a First Nations example [j] [u]
  2180. () Acceptable practices in Ontario's forests: differences between the public and forestry professionals [d]
  2181. (/2008) Gaviotas: a village to reinvent the world [i]
  2182. Uno Winblad, Mayling Simpson-Hérbert, Paul Calvert, Peter Morgan, Arno Rosemarin, Ron Sawyer, & Jun Xiao [ed] (/2004) Ecological sanitation [i] [u]
  2183. () Saving American farmland: what works [o]
  2184. () The catfish connection: ecology, migration, and conservation of Amazon predators [i]
  2185. Max H. Bazerman, David M. Messick, Kimberly A. Wade-Benzoni, & Ann E. Tenbrunsel [ed] () Environment, ethics, and behavior: the psychology of environmental valuation and degradation [i]
  2186. () The ecology of hope: communities collaborate for sustainability [i]
  2187. () The green kitchen handbook: practical advice, references, and sources for transforming the center of your home into a healthful, livable place [i]
  2188. () Water conflicts in the Western United States [d]
  2189. () The nutritional value of edible insects [d]
  2190. () Beyond slash and burn: building on indigenous management of Borneo's tropical rain forests [i]
  2191. (/2002) Your land is your legacy: a guide to planning for the future of your farm [o] [u]
  2192. Gretchen C. Daily [ed] () Nature's services: societal dependence on natural ecosystems [i]
  2193. () Essential injustice: when legal institutions cannot resolve environmental and land use disputes [i]
  2194. () An overview of the role of edible insects in preserving biodiversity [d]
  2195. () Tons, joules, and money: modes of production and their sustainability problems [d]
  2196. Tom Griffiths & Libby Robin [ed] () Ecology and empire: environmental history of settler societies [i]
  2197. () Human appropriation of net primary production as an environmental indicator: implications for sustainable development [j]
  2198. () Money: who has how much and why [i]
  2199. () The human/land dialectic: anthropic landscapes of the Center for Land Use Interpretation [u]
  2200. () Market incorporation, agricultural change, and sustainability among the Machiguenga Indians of the Peruvian Amazon [d]
  2201. () Tropical environments: the functioning and management of tropical ecosystems [i]
  2202. () Forests of hope: stories of regeneration [i]
  2203. () Not a one-time event: environmental change, ethnic rivalry, and violent conflict in the Third World [d]
  2204. () Recycling time: the temporal complexity of waste management [d]
  2205. () 'Potatoes made of oil': Eugene and Howard Odum and the origins and limits of American agroecology [d] [j] [u]
  2206. () Uses of insects as human food in Papua New Guinea, Australia, and North-East India: cross-cultural considerations and cautious conclusions [d]
  2207. (/1999) The subsistence perspective: beyond the globalized economy [i]
  2208. () Yesterday's ways, tomorrow's treasures: heirloom plants and memory banking [i]
  2209. () Heart and blood: living with deer in America [i]
  2210. () The value of forests to world food security [d]
  2211. () The natural flow regime [d] [j]
  2212. PRATEC [ed] () Los caminos andinos de las semillas: núcleos de vigorización de la chacra andina: experiencias de los núcleos de vigorización de la chacra andina en la crianza de la bio-diversidad [i] [u]
  2213. () Wetlands of the American Midwest: a historical geography of changing attitudes [i]
  2214. Majid Rahnema & Victoria Bawtree [ed] () The post-development reader [i]
  2215. () Insects: a sustainable source of food? [d]
  2216. () Beyond population stabilization: the case for dramatically reducing global human numbers [d] [j]
  2217. (/2006) The community indicators handbook: measuring progress toward healthy and sustainable communities [o]
  2218. (/2010) Living downstream: an ecologist's personal investigation of cancer and the environment [i]
  2219. Stan Stevens & Terry De Lacy [ed] () Conservation through cultural survival: indigenous peoples and protected areas [i]
  2220. () Seeing the forests for the more than the trees [p]
  2221. () The demand for cars in developing countries [d]
  2222. () Developing technology with farmers: a trainer's guide [i]
  2223. Nalini Visvanathan [ed] (/2011) The women, gender and development reader [i]
  2224. () Gifts given, gifts taken: the behavioral ecology of nonmarket, intragroup exchange [d]
  2225. () Imperiled waters, impoverished future: the decline of freshwater ecosystems [i]
  2226. () Ecologies of the heart: emotion, belief, and the environment [i]
  2227. () The psychology of waste [d]
  2228. Michael J. Balick, Elaine Elisabetsky, & Sarah A. Laird [ed] () Medicinal resources of the tropical forest: biodiversity and its importance to human health [i]
  2229. Jennifer Chesworth [ed] () The ecology of health: identifying issues and alternatives [i]
  2230. (/2016) Encyclopedia of herbal medicine [i]
  2231. Robert Costanza, Olman Segura Bonilla, & Joan Martínez Alier [ed] () Getting down to earth: practical applications of ecological economics [i]
  2232. () Women in the material world [i]
  2233. Mary D. Davis [ed] () Eastern old-growth forests: prospects for rediscovery and recovery [i]
  2234. () Short circuit: strengthening local economies for security in an unstable world [i]
  2235. () The social construction of nature: a sociology of ecological enlightenment [i]
  2236. () Living off the waste of development [o]
  2237. () Material concerns: pollution, profit, and quality of life [i] [d]
  2238. () Coming in to the foodshed [i]
  2239. () Dietary change and traditional food systems of indigenous peoples [d]
  2240. () The ecological impact of time [d]
  2241. () The struggle for fish resources [d]
  2242. () Integrated resource planning and management: the ecosystem approach in the Great Lakes basin [i]
  2243. Jerry Mander & Edward Goldsmith [ed] () The case against the global economy: and for a turn toward the local [i]
  2244. () Human impact on the earth [i]
  2245. () Learning to think environmentally: while there is still time [i]
  2246. () Cooperation works!: how people are using cooperative action to rebuild communities and revitalize the economy [i]
  2247. () Water: a natural history [i]
  2248. () Atlas of American agriculture: the American cornucopia [i]
  2249. () Dividing the waters: food security, ecosystem health, and the new politics of scarcity [i]
  2250. (/2009) Wasted: counting the costs of global consumption [i]
  2251. Elizabeth Jean Reitz, C. Margaret Scarry, & Sylvia J. Scudder [ed] (/2008) Case studies in environmental archaeology [i]
  2252. Peter C. Schulze & National Academy of Engineering [ed] () Engineering within ecological constraints [i] [d] [u]
  2253. William Vitek & Wes Jackson [ed] () Rooted in the land: essays on community and place [i]
  2254. () Our ecological footprint: reducing human impact on the earth [i]
  2255. () When work disappears: the world of the new urban poor [i]
  2256. () Changing fortunes: biodiversity and peasant livelihood in the Peruvian Andes [i]
  2257. Allan V. Abbott & David Gordon Wilson [ed] () Human-powered vehicles [i]
  2258. Helen Appleton [ed] () Do it herself: women and technical innovation [i] [d]
  2259. () Friends of the land and the rise of environmentalism, 1940–1954 [d]
  2260. () Conserving communities [i]
  2261. () Another turn of the crank: essays [i]
  2262. Elizabeth Ann R. Bird, Gordon L. Bultena, & John C. Gardner [ed] () Planting the future: developing an agriculture that sustains land and community [i]
  2263. () In place of the forest: environmental and socio-economic transformation in Borneo and the eastern Malay Peninsula [i]
  2264. () Redemptive communities: indigenous knowledge, colonist farming systems, and conservation of tropical forests [d]
  2265. () Simplicity: notes, stories and exercises for developing unimaginable wealth [i]
  2266. Lance H. Gunderson, C. S. Holling, & Stephen S. Light [ed] () Barriers and bridges to the renewal of ecosystems and institutions [i]
  2267. (/1999) Guide to sustainable community indicators [o]
  2268. (/2008) Green plans: blueprint for a sustainable earth [i]
  2269. Jeanne X. Kasperson, Roger E. Kasperson, & Billie Lee Turner [ed] () Regions at risk: comparisons of threatened environments [i]
  2270. () Downstream ecological effects of dams: a geomorphic perspective [d] [j]
  2271. () Psychological, cultural, and informational barriers to sustainability [d]
  2272. () Farmers' and farm workers' movements: social protest in American agriculture [i]
  2273. Toshie Nishizawa & Juha I. Uitto [ed] () The fragile tropics of Latin America: sustainable management of changing environments [i]
  2274. () Desarrollo agroecológico y asociatividad campesina: el caso de Nicaragua [o]
  2275. () Gender and household economic strategies in rural Appalachia [d]
  2276. () Bike cult: the ultimate guide to human-powered vehicles [i]
  2277. () Women in agriculture: perspective, issues and experiences [i]
  2278. () Scorched earth: the military's assault on the environment [i]
  2279. () Traditional American Indian economic policy [d]
  2280. () The organic machine: the remaking of the Columbia River [i]
  2281. () Biological integrity versus biological diversity as policy directives [d] [j]
  2282. () Land use change in the Amazon estuary: patterns of caboclo settlement and landscape management [d]
  2283. () America's first cuisines [i]
  2284. () Incurable unemployment: a progressive disease of modern societies? [d]
  2285. () Rural households and sustainability: integrating environmental and gender concerns into home economics curricula [u]
  2286. () Rural stress survival guide [o] [u]
  2287. Wendy Harcourt [ed] () Feminist perspectives on sustainable development [i]
  2288. () Becoming native to this place [i]
  2289. (/1999) The humanure handbook: a guide to composting human manure [i]
  2290. () Get rolling: a manual for community bicycle programming [o]
  2291. () Ecotone: wayfaring on the margins [i]
  2292. () Chicken tractor: the gardener's guide to happy hens and healthy soil [i]
  2293. (/2000) Living at nature's pace: farming and the American dream [i]
  2294. () De la economía ecológica al ecologismo popular [i]
  2295. () Material world: a global family portrait [i]
  2296. () Development betrayed: the end of progress and a coevolutionary revisioning of the future [i]
  2297. () Dilemmas of emergency food: a guide for the perplexed [d]
  2298. () Agroforestry and forestry-related practices in the Midwestern United States [d]
  2299. Vandana Shiva [ed] () Close to home: women reconnect ecology, health and development worldwide [i]
  2300. () The human farm: a tale of changing lives and changing lands [i]
  2301. () From eco-cities to living machines: principles of ecological design [i]
  2302. (/2004) At risk: natural hazards, people's vulnerability, and disasters [i]
  2303. () Biodiversity conservation in running waters: identifying the major factors that threaten destruction of riverine species and ecosystems [d] [j]
  2304. () Always getting ready: Upterrlainarluta: Yup'ik Eskimo subsistence in southwest Alaska [i]
  2305. () Sex, economy, freedom & community: eight essays [i]
  2306. (/1995) Green at work: finding a business career that works for the environment [i]
  2307. (/2000) Breed your own vegetable varieties: the gardener's and farmer's guide to plant breeding and seed saving [i]
  2308. () Nutrition and the commercialization of agriculture: ten years later [p] [d]
  2309. (/2010) Controlling tropical deforestation [i]
  2310. () How much is enough?: controlling water demand in apartment buildings [i]
  2311. () Voices from the Amazon [i]
  2312. () The contrary farmer [i]
  2313. William M. Loker & Stephen A. Vosti [ed] () Desarrollo rural en la Amazonia peruana [i]
  2314. () Redefining the good life in a sustainable society [d] [j]
  2315. Kay Milton [ed] () Environmentalism: the view from anthropology [i]
  2316. () Through Amazonian eyes: the human ecology of Amazonian populations [i]
  2317. () Smallholders, householders: farm families and the ecology of intensive, sustainable agriculture [i]
  2318. () Chacras y chacareros: ecología, demografía y sistemas de cultivo en San Martín [o]
  2319. () Foraging and farming in the eastern woodlands [i]
  2320. () Urban permaculture [i]
  2321. () The space of vulnerability: the causal structure of hunger and famine [d]
  2322. () Time pollution [u]
  2323. (/2009) Making a living without a job: winning ways for creating work that you love [i]
  2324. () How much is enough?: the consumer society and the future of the earth [i]
  2325. (/2016) Rural communities: legacy and change [i]
  2326. Richard C. Fluck [ed] () Energy in farm production [i]
  2327. () Food, health, and survival in India and developing countries [i]
  2328. Robert J. A. Goodland, Herman E. Daly, & Salah El Serafy [ed] () Population, technology, and lifestyle: the transition to sustainability [i]
  2329. () The value of a watershed as a series of linked multiproduct assets [d]
  2330. () On the strategy of trying to reduce economic inequality by expanding the scale of human activity [i]
  2331. (/2004) Plant evolution and the origin of crop species [i]
  2332. () Biological diversity and biological integrity: current concerns for lakes and streams [d]
  2333. () The full employment myth: alternative solutions to unemployment [d]
  2334. () Wetlands: an approach to improving decision making in wetland restoration and creation [i]
  2335. () Art and the environmental crisis: from commodity aesthetics to ecology aesthetics [d] [j]
  2336. (/2009) Land, water and development: sustainable and adaptive management of rivers [i]
  2337. Kent Hubbard Redford & Christine Padoch [ed] () Conservation of neotropical forests: working from traditional resource use [i]
  2338. () The sacred harvest: Ojibway wild rice gathering [i]
  2339. (/2001) Living well on practically nothing [i]
  2340. (/2005) Toward sustainable communities: resources for citizens and their governments [i]
  2341. () Peasants versus city-dwellers: taxation and the burden of economic development [i]
  2342. () Subsistence and the single woman among the Amuesha of the upper Amazon, Peru [d]
  2343. () Designing your natural house [i]
  2344. (/2002) Seed to seed: seed saving and growing techniques for vegetable gardeners [i]
  2345. F. Herbert Bormann & Stephen R. Kellert [ed] () Ecology, economics, ethics: the broken circle [i]
  2346. () The very structure of scientific research mitigates against developing products to help the environment, the poor, and the hungry [d]
  2347. (/1993) In the wake of the affluent society: an exploration of post-development [i]
  2348. () Shaping cities: the environmental and human dimensions [i]
  2349. () The allocation of talent: implications for growth [d] [j]
  2350. () Ancient futures: learning from Ladakh [i]
  2351. () Earthship [i]
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