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Social Inclusion of the Migrant Population in Dubai: A New Paradigm in Housing

This paper explores the "patterns of urban settlement" transforming Dubai’s urban landscape with reference to dynamics, challenges, and opportunities of social inclusion in Dubai’s urban planning.

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Published online: September 28, 2016

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Natural and Cultural Heritage: Framing Meanings and Practices

Nature conservation and management of cultural heritage are two fields that exemplify how the world is discursively divided into specific parts and managed based on this division.

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Published online: September 26, 2016

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Nakagin Capsule Tower: The Image of Sustainable Posthuman Sublime

This paper discusses the sustainable symbiosis of human and machine in the context of Kisho Kurokawa's Nakagin Capsule Tower built in 1972 and how it revolutionized Western spatiality.

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Published online: September 19, 2016

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Quantifying Sustainability in System Design Education

In a new Engineering course in the “Appropriate and Sustainable Engineering” program, Seattle Pacific University is addressing how to analyze systems during the design activity to address quantified sustainability issues.

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Published online: August 30, 2016

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Escaping the Design Dystopia: Propositional Bio-informed Theories to Evolve from Anthropocentric Design

Anthropocentric and user-centered design became the design dystopia, and the result of unsustainable design practices. In response, bio-informed theories propose new models, methods, and measures to achieve sustainability.

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Published online: August 29, 2016

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Interdependent Preferences and Prospects for Global Sustainability

Traditional tools of statecraft may have little impact when nations worry primarily about their relative standing in the world. Indeed, some of the most acclaimed environmental treaties actually accomplished little.

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Published online: August 29, 2016

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Legal Aspects of Ecosystem-based Management (EBM): Implementation in Oregon Coastal Management

Pieces of ecosystem-based management are currently being implemented into both state and federal laws. By continuing to incorporate ecosystem-based management, laws will do a better job at protecting marine ecosystems.

Published online: August 23, 2016

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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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Sustainable Resilience in Barbuda: Learning from the Past and Developing Strategies for the Future

Natural and social scientists are working with local experts from Barbuda to document sustainable and resilient practices from the past, and develop strategies to build sustainable resilience in the present.

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Published online: July 6, 2016

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Students’ Awareness, Values, Perceptions, and Behaviors toward Environmental Sustainability (ES): A Comparative Study

This paper presents a comparative analysis of undergraduate students' attitudes towards sustainability in two dissimilar educational institutions in the United States.

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Published online: June 24, 2016

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