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Faith Communities and Environmental Degradation in Northeast Nigeria

This study uses qualitative techniques to explore how faith communities engage with environmental degradation.

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The Effects of Floods in Tropical Livestock Production: A Colombian Case

Effects for tropical livestock production in Colombia during the extreme rainy seasons in 2010 and 2011 are characterized. This phenomenon had affected mainly small farmers in all the country.

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The International Journal of Environmental Sustainability , Volume 10, Issue 1

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Green Infrastructure: Potential Application in Urban Areas of São Carlos/SP, Brazil

This article analyzes the potential of public urban areas for the development of green infrastructure in a medium-sized city in the state of São Paulo, Brazil.

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Sustaining Peace and Development: An Assessment of the Philippines' Counterinsurgency Program

This paper examines the factors that affect the Philippine government’s fight against insurgency.

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Futures, Wellbeing, and Flourishing Communities

In this paper, I look at the interconnectedness of three ideas – futures thinking, well-being and sustainability - using a variety of literatures, participant futures work and focus group discussions.

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The Sustainable Supply of Labisia pumila in Malaysia: Production of Planting Materials, Cultivation and Agronomy Practices

The propagation and nursery techniques for planting stock production and cultivation techniques and growth performance of Labisia pumila will be discussed.

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Agroforestry Information Dissemination and the Social Learning Theory in Pontal do Paranapanema, São Paulo, Brazil

The agricultural landscape was modeled based on butterfly data. Among the different land use practices, shaded coffee can serve as temporary habitat and increase landscape connectivity for several forest species.

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The Conservation Ethics and Environmental Sustainability in Thomas Wilson Flagg’s Literary Natural History

The aim of this paper is to examine the conservation ethic and the idea of environmental sustainability in Thomas Wilson Flagg’s literary natural histories.

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Published online: May 21, 2014

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The Walkability Indicator: A Case Study of Boulder City, CO, USA

Our goal was to create an indicator of walkability and find evidence that improving walkability will alter the distribution of pedestrian traffic in the area.

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Published online: May 21, 2014

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