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The environmental justice movement is closely tied to urban planning and development. But, while planners and urban designers have made great strides in embracing the sustainability movement, social justice issues have not been getting the same attention...

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This week, we celebrate the third release of our new E-ssential, Trash Backwards by...

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This week's #forewordFriday comes from two authors that want to expand the methodological toolbox used by...

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When we think of green building, we tend to picture new construction. But Robert A. Young argues that the greenest building is often the one that has already been built. Jump into...

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Act as if tomorrow really matters and check out this #forewordFriday selection from author and Widener University law professor,...

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In anticipation of the Society for Conservation Biology, North American Congress for Conservation Biology meeting that starts this weekend, get familiar with...

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Love cities? Then we've got a deal for you! Get over to any e-book retailer and pick up our second E-ssential, Bedside Essays for Lovers (of Cities...

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Can beauty save the planet? Yes, if we are as smart about how things look as we are about how they work, believes architect and designer Lance Hosey, author of The Shape of...

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This week's #forewordFriday pick is from the newly released book, Climate and Conservation....

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