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Latest publications:
The Contributions of Culture/s to Sustainability Science and Practice: Clarifying Key Relationships for Advocacy and Action

Meanings and uses of the multifaceted concept of "culture/s" for sustainability are analyzed and an illustrative case-study is detailed, revealing culture/s for, of, and in sustainability and sustainability across cultures.

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Published online: August 17, 2016

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Smallholder Farmers' Resilience under the Rural-ecological Crisis: Case Studies from West Java, Indonesia

This paper investigates types of adapted livelihood strategies for survival under ecological crises in rural areas of West Java, Indonesia.

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Published online: May 16, 2016

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The Development of Keeping Patterns for Conserving Buffaloes in Thailand

This study investigates and develops a model of keeping patterns for the conservation of buffaloes in Thailand.

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Published online: May 4, 2016

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Conceptualizing Human Admiration for Nature in Human-impacted Environments

Western admiration of nature in human-inhabited environments is historically different from admiration of nature in wilderness environments. Cultural origins of the split and new directions in Western thought are considered.

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Published online: May 4, 2016

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Theoretical Reflections on Urban Sprawl and Its Relationship with Quality of Life and Social Sustainability in Mexican Metropolitan Areas

Our study is interested in quality of life and social sustainability concepts in compact and diffuse cities. Phenomena linked to the city expansion appear faster than public policies can anticipate.

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Published online: April 21, 2016

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Mining versus Farming: An Analysis of the Farmers’ Livelihood System

This paper assess the livelihood system of local farmers including the community compensation program for local farmers in Ghana's Prestea mining community.

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Published online: April 15, 2016

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Weaving: The Mixtec Palm Hat from Anthropological and Design Perspectives

This paper describes the relationship between palm weaving artisans and their environment in a small Mixtec indigenous village, located in Oaxaca in Southeast Mexico.

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Published online: April 15, 2016

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An Estimation of the Elasticity Demand for Tap Water: Data from Tax Rolls and a Survey

This paper studies the effects of water pricing on two tiers of consumers, finding that heavy users are less price-sensitive to the price of water than normal users.

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Published online: March 12, 2016

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The International Journal of Social Sustainability in Economic, Social and Cultural Context , Volume 12, Issue 2, June 2016

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Issue: Print [Authors Only]

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Secondary Market: A Significant Aspect in Reverse Logistics and Sustainability

Reverse logistics is a "system" and the secondary market is a "system drain." If sustainability is to be seen as an ongoing agenda, research on the secondary market is urgent.

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Published online: February 26, 2016

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