Latest publications:
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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Consumers and Climate Change: Can the Presence of Others Promote More Sustainable Consumer Choice?

We explore new experimental research into how the presence of others affects consumer choice with respect to sustainability in supermarkets.

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Published online: April 25, 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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Urban Transitions and Path Dependence: Barriers to Achieving Environmental, Cultural, Economic, and Social Sustainability

Path dependence in local urban growth regimes may inhibit or prevent the successful transition to a globally sustainable relationship between people and the planet.

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Published online: April 15, 2016

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Designing Urban Spaces for Sustainable Behaviour: Shaping Communities and Social Conditions through Surveillance—A Paradox of Public Protection at the Expense of Personal Privacy

Sustainable urban spaces require design that promote creative and safe communities that are underpinned by suitable behaviours, not surveillance: a paradox of public protection at the expense of personal privacy.

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Published online: April 15, 2016

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Implementing Bioremediation Technologies to Degrade Chemical Warfare Agents and Explosives from War Affected Regions in Sri Lanka

Chemical agents used during the Sri Lankan civil war continue to threaten the environment as affected areas are re-settled. By using microbes, contaminants can be degraded promoting a healthier ecosystem.

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Published online: April 15, 2016

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Horizontal Relationship and Environmental Communication: A Case Study on Collaborative Activities between SPES and Local Residents in Austria

This paper suggests that a horizontal relationship based on the mutual trust between a principal as a promoter of an environment-oriented norm and the participants for a better environmental activity.

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Published online: April 15, 2016

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