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Latest publications:
The Choice between Progress and the Planet

This paper examines the impact of the privileging of economic discourse over ethical discourse in the difficulties of communicating climate change policy in Australia.

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Building on the Buzz: Community Learning about and Valuing Native Australian Bees

This paper addresses an action research enquiry of three community groups’ collective learning about and promotion of Australian native bees, including evaluation of native bee workshops central to the project.

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Flooding in Bangladesh: An In-Depth Analysis of Community Disaster Resilience Applying the “Production Model”

The "production model" clearly demonstrates the potential for building community resilience through increasing state disaster prevention activities while illustrating that the community contribution is already strained.

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A Labeling Regulation Analysis for Eco-fashion Product

This study explores current apparel products’ labeling practices in the U.S. The study develops a barcode labeling system to assist consumers’ eco-product consumption.

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The Politics of Preserving Urban Nature: A Case Study of Kaohsiung's Meinong Nature Park

Kaohsiung is the largest industrial city in Taiwan whose urban process hinges upon its nature. This study explores the politics of urban nature related to the Meinong Nature Park.

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Working on the Levees: The Civilian Conservation Corps, the Rio Grande Rectification Project, and the Making of the United States-Mexico Border

This paper examines the Rio Grande in the El Paso Valley as a constructed, not a natural, environment and shows that construction has had long-term environmental, economic, and political outcomes.

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Smith, Leopold, and Sustainable Agriculture: Imagining Today's Ethical Human

This paper re-examines Adam Smith's self-interest and includes Aldo Leopold's land ethic as foundational works for today's ethical human in the context of current environmental and economic systems.

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Published Online: September 27, 2016

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A Formation Model in Distribution of Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) Concentrations in Cilegon City with the Use of Grid Technique

This study aims to determine the magnitude of the concentration and distribution of SO2 spread formations in one of the industrial areas in Indonesia with the use of grid techniques.

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Published Online: September 13, 2016

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The Sustainability of Tradition in the Dalmatian Hinterland through Green Entrepreneurship

Agricultural and rural tourism protect the traditions and strengthen the economy. These are still rare examples that should be encouraged for social sustainability in the Dalmatian. hinterland.

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Published Online: June 15, 2016

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The Global Financial Crisis: A Driver for More Responsible Mortgage Lending in New Zealand

An exploratory study that discusses how responsibly consumer mortgage lending in NZ is being carried out through an exploratory investigation of lending institutions’ and mortgage brokers’ lending processes and disclosures.

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Published Online: June 8, 2016

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