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New Directions in Sustainability and Society

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  13 December 2019

Sander van der Leeuw
Affiliation:
Arizona State University
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Social Sustainability, Past and Future
Undoing Unintended Consequences for the Earth's Survival
, pp. ii
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2020

Series Editors

  • JONI ADAMSON

    Arizona State University

  • SHAUNA BURNSILVER

    Arizona State University

Editorial Board

  • CHRISTOPHER BOONE

    Arizona State University

  • KATRINA BROWN

    University of Exeter

  • GIOVANNA DI CHIRO

    Swarthmore College

  • WILLIAM A. GLEASON Princeton University DAVID N. PELLOW

    University of California, Santa Barbaba

  • STEPHANIE PINCETI

    University of California, Los Angeles

  • VERNON SCARBOROUGH

    University of Cincinnati

  • JULIE SZE

    University of California, Davis

  • CHRISTINE SZUTER

    Amerind Foundation

  • SANDER VAN DER LEEUW

    Arizona State University

  • KYLE POWYS WHYTE

    Michigan State University

  • RICHARD WILK

    Indiana University

  • NORMAN YOFFEE

    University of Michigan

Published in conjunction with the School of Sustainability at Arizona State University and The Amerind Museum and Research Center in Dragoon, Arizona, New Directions in Sustainability and Society features a program of books that focus on designing a resilient and sustainable future through a rich understanding of past and present social and ecological dynamics. Collectively, they demonstrate that sustainability research requires engagement with a range of fields spanning the social and natural sciences, humanities, and applied sciences. Books in the series show that a successful transition to a sustainable future will depend on the ability to apply lessons from past societies and link local action to global processes.

References

Sustainability in the Global City edited by Isenhour, Cindy, McDonogh, Gary, Checker, Melissa.Google Scholar
The Give and Take of Sustainability edited by Hegmon, Michelle.Google Scholar
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