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Planning for Community Resilience draws on the authors' experience with Hurricane Ike in Galveston, TX.

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Identifying and mapping vulnerable areas in your community can reveal highly vulnerable hotspots. Vulnerability hotspots are exposed to hazards, and have both physical vulnerabilities and social vulnerabilities. Mapping these three community...

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This Thursday, Americans will gather around family (and football) to anoint a succulently roasted bird the grand symbol of our venerated Thanksgiving tradition. We will eat dishes in honor of that first harvest festival in 1621. Cranberry sauce, stuffing...

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Post by Dan Yablonsky, reposted from the Alliance for Biking & Walking's blog with permission.

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This tree thinks you should vote.

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Orange trees in Berkeley, California.

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Editor's note: One of the perks of working at Island Press is being able to talk with the scientists, planners, and other people tackling environmental problems. So today we're beginning a new series to introduce you to some of the authors behind...

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Around here, we're all surrounded by giant stacks of books.

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