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    • Baumer, Alex (2016)
      The growing of crops for bioenergy has been subject to much recent criticism, as taking away land which could be used for food production or biodiversity conservation. This book challenges some commonly-held ideas about ...
    • Mihailidis, Paul (2018)
      Civic life today is mediated. Communities small and large are now using connective platforms to share information, engage in local issues, facilitate vibrant debate, and advocate for social causes. In this timely book, ...
    • Shaked, Shanna; Crettaz, Pierre; Saade-Sbeih, Myriam; Jolliet, Olivier; Jolliet, Alexandre (2015)
      Environmental Life Cycle Assessment is a pivotal guide to identifying environmental problems and reducing related impacts for companies and organizations in need of life cycle assessment (LCA). LCA, a unique sustainability ...
    • Andrews, Penelope (2012)
      Using her experience of living under apartheid and witnessing its downfall and the subsequent creation of new governments in South Africa, the author examines and compares gender inequality in societies undergoing political ...
    • Brown, Sara E. (2017)
      This book examines the mobilization, role, and trajectory of women rescuers and perpetrators during the 1994 genocide in Rwanda. While much has been written about the victimization of women during the 1994 genocide in ...
    • Blithe, Sarah (2018)
      Pressure to achieve work-life "balance" has recently become a significant part of the cultural fabric of working life in United States. A very few privileged employees tout their ability to find balance between their careers ...
    • Woolombi Waters, Marcus (2018)
      Despite many scholars noting the interdisciplinary approach of Aboriginal knowledge production as a methodology within a broad range of subjects – including quantum mathematics, biodiversity, sociology and the humanities ...
    • Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos, Andreas (2011)
      Law and Ecology: New Environmental Foundations contains a series of theoretical and applied perspectives on the connection between law and ecology, which together offer a radical and socially responsive foundation for ...
    • Bauder, Harald (2016)
      International borders have become deadly barriers of a proportion rivaled only by war or natural disaster. Yet despite the damage created by borders, most people can’t – or don’t want to – imagine a world without them. ...
    • Bloom, Tendayi (2017)
      Noncitizens have always been present in liberal political philosophy. Often hard to situate within traditional frameworks that prioritise citizenship, noncitizens can appear voiceless and rightsless, which has implications ...
    • Beckford, Fitzroy B. (2018)
      Most, if not all of the global biogeochemical cycles on the earth have been broken or are at dangerous tipping points. These broken cycles have expressed themselves in various forms as soil degradation and depletion, ocean ...
    • Yunxian, Chen; Wenjing, Gu (2018)
      This monograph provides a coherent and systematic explanation of China’s regional economic development from the perspective of regional government competition. It gives an almost unknown exposition of the mechanisms of ...
    • Byrne, Charles L. (2014-11-17)
      This book explains how mathematical tools can be used to solve problems in signal processing. Assuming an advanced undergraduate- or graduate-level understanding of mathematics, this second edition contains new chapters ...
    • Maiti, C.K.; Maiti, T.K. (2012-11-28)
      This book brings together new developments in the area of strain-engineered MOSFETs using high-mibility substrates such as SIGe, strained-Si, germanium-on-insulator and III-V semiconductors into a single text which will ...
    • Proukaki, Elena Katselli (2011)
      This book explores the contentious topic of how collective and community issues should be protected and enforced in international law. Elena Katselli Proukaki takes a detailed look at the issue of third-State countermeasures, ...
    • Johannessen, Jon-Arild (2018)
      The Fourth Industrial Revolution is a global development that shows no signs of slowing down. In his book, The Workplace of the Future: The Fourth Industrial Revolution, the Precariat and the Death of Hierarchies, Jon-Arild ...