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Island Press Field Notes

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...

A New Coast | An Island Press Book

By Jen Hawse / On February 19th, 2020

On this epidode of the Capitol Beach podcast, Derek Brockbank sits down with Jeffrey Peterson, author of the book A New Coast: Strategies for Responding to Devastating Storms and...

Drawing from Missing Middle Housing shows a variety of housing types

By Jaime Jennings / On February 5th, 2020

Missing Middle Housing by Daniel Parolek gets support boost with $20,000 Art Works grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Trees, photo by Casey Horner/Unsplash

By Erica Sánchez Vázquez / On January 31st, 2020

What are the implications of biodiversity loss for human health? Read the introduction and Chapter 1 of Biodiversity and Human Health, available for free in e-book format!

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.

Vancouver

By Erica Sánchez Vázquez / On January 24th, 2020

Over the next few decades, cultural, economic, and ecological changes will transform cities as we know them.

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.

A pile of Island Press books

By Erica Sánchez Vázquez / On December 21st, 2019

A guide to our 2019 titles.

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.

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