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Island Press Field Notes

By Kyler Geoffroy / On September 23rd, 2020

Island Press is thrilled to announce that we are partnering with built environment platform TICCO on a new season of their Shaping Cities podcast! Over the course of the season, TICCO will feature Island...

Vacant to Vibrant by Sandra Albro | An Island Press book

By Kyler Geoffroy / On June 5th, 2020

In this episode of the Sustainability Defined podcast, hosts Jay Siegel and Scott Breen focus on how we can beautify our cities while delivering environmental benefits through a process...

By Kyler Geoffroy / On April 22nd, 2020

You may already be aware that Island Press is known as the "publisher of record in all aspects of the environment," but here's some lesser known trivia about us in...

Image of Guggenheim Bilbao Museum

By Bruce Rich / On January 29th, 2020

The Basque Country has determinedly transformed itself into one of the most internationally competitive, socially inclusive, and environmentally progressive economies in the world.

Coastal city

By Jeffrey Peterson / On January 22nd, 2020

Can a major coastal city successfully relocate to a safer place? We do not know, but it is time to ask the question.

Luncheon event at First UU Church of Essex County

By Laurie Mazur / On January 6th, 2020

How the renewal of a crumbling New Jersey church became a model for reinvestment in community life.

Cleaning spray. Photo by Jeshoots/Unsplash

By Penelope A. Fenner-Crisp / On December 12th, 2019

Under new EPA guidelines, we cannot expect that future chemical reviews will be credible and adequate.

Waves. Photo by Shifaaz Shamoon/Unsplash

By Jeffrey Peterson / On December 5th, 2019

A warming climate will bring stronger storms and rising seas to the nation’s coasts. Now is the time to reform and strengthen the national effort to prepare for growing coastal risks.

Oil rig. Photo by Zbynek Burival/Unsplash.

By Denise Fort / On November 27th, 2019

Even in states like New Mexico that depend on oil revenue, the costs outweigh the benefits.

Anti litter sign in the woods. Photo by Will Schick

By Will Schick / On November 25th, 2019

The Ward 8 Woods group wants people to know to know that their woods are not the dumping grounds for anyone’s trash.

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