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Sustainability On Campus

Author : Peggy F. Barlett
ISBN : 9780262250719
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Environmental Justice In Latin America

Author : David V. Carruthers
ISBN : 9780262033725
Genre : History
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Scholars and activists investigate the emergence of a distinctively Latin Americanenvironmental justice movement, offering analysis and case studies that illustrate the connectionsbetween popular environmental mobilization and social justice in the region.

Sustainability In Higher Education

Author : Peggy F. Barlett
ISBN : 9780262019491
Genre : Education
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Campus leaders describe how community colleges, publicly funded universities, and private liberal arts colleges across America are integrating sustainability into curriculum, policies, and programs.

The Code Of The City

Author : Eran Ben-Joseph
ISBN : 0262025884
Genre : Political Science
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Traces the evolution of urban development codes and standards, examines their effect on city planning and design, and proposes alternatives that will encourage innovation.

Urban Place

Author : Peggy F. Barlett
ISBN : 0262025868
Genre : Nature
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Cross-disciplinary studies find that reconnections to place and to the natural world, which are emerging through urban sustainability efforts, build community and political action and have important medical and psychological health benefits.

Precautionary Tools For Reshaping Environmental Policy

Author : Nancy J. Myers
ISBN : UOM:39015062625945
Genre : Political Science
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A hands-on guide to implementing the precautionary principle and avoiding harm through foresight and wise decisions.

Resisting Global Toxics

Author : David N. Pellow
ISBN : UOM:39015073634001
Genre : Law
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Examines the export of hazardous wastes to poor communities of color around the world and charts the global social movements that challenge them.

Library Journal

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Genre : Libraries
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Includes, beginning Sept. 15, 1954 (and on the 15th of each month, Sept.-May) a special section: School library journal, ISSN 0000-0035, (called Junior libraries, 1954-May 1961). Also issued separately.

Street Science

Author : Jason Corburn
ISBN : UOM:39015062897817
Genre : Medical
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An analysis of how local knowledge, based on the first-hand experience of community members, can strengthen science in environmental health decision making; with four case studies from a Brooklyn neighborhood.

The Enclave Economy

Author : Kevin Gallagher
ISBN : UOM:39015070710333
Genre : Business & Economics
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Foreign investment has been widely perceived as a panacea for developing countries—as a way to reduce poverty and kick-start sustainable modern industries. The Enclave Economy calls this prescription into question, showing that Mexico's post-NAFTA experience of foreign direct investment in its information technology sector, particularly in the Guadalajara region, did not result in the expected benefits. Charting the rise and fall of Mexico's "Silicon Valley," the authors explore issues that resonate through much of Latin America and the developing world: the social, economic, and environmental effects of market-driven globalization. In the 1990s, Mexico was a poster child for globalization, throwing open its borders to trade and foreign investment, embracing NAFTA, and ending the government’s role in strengthening domestic industry. But The Enclave Economy shows that although Mexico was initially successful in attracting multinational corporations, foreign investments waned in the absence of active government support and as China became increasingly competitive. Moreover, the authors find that foreign investment created an "enclave economy" the benefits of which were confined to an international sector not connected to the wider Mexican economy. In fact, foreign investment put many local IT firms out of business and transferred only limited amounts of environmentally sound technology. The authors suggest policies and strategies that will enable Mexico and other developing countries to foster foreign investment for sustainable development in the future.

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