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Challenges of Sugar Cane Production in Brazil: Human and Social Costs of Ethanol

This paper considers the living and working conditions of seasonal migrant labor that harvests sugar cane in Brazil, arguing that ethanol production is unsustainable, given the human and social costs.

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Media Coverage in the Context of Education for Sustainable Development: Content Analysis of Climate Change in Thailand’s Newspapers

The study focuses on a content analysis of climate change coverage in Thailand’s newspaper from October 2009 to September 2010.

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Measuring Student Interest as a Learning Outcome: Assessing an Introductory Sustainability Planning Course

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Explicit Integration of Sustainability into Curriculum: A Case Study Involving Introductory Economics

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The Localism Act 2011 and the Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012: An Opportunity to Tackle Climate Change at the Neighbourhood Level?

This paper discusses research into how new UK legislation aiming to devolve central government powers and increase accountability to communities can be utilised to develop neighbourhood orientated carbon reduction schemes.

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The International Journal of Sustainability Policy and Practice , Volume 10, Issue 2

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Exploring the Global Nitrogen Challenge: Assessing Barriers to NGO Engagement

This is an exploration into why, despite the severe environmental, economic and public health impacts of reactive nitrogen, there is relatively little discussion of it among NGOs.

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Reflexivity in Development Assistance: The obstacles Dual Accountability and Communicative Asymmetry to achieving Reflexive Governance

Reflexivity has been brought forward as a key component of efforts working towards sustainability. This paper explores practical use of reflexivity in organizations working towards sustainable development.

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Motivation for Participating in Voluntary Activities: Hooking Citizens into Water Quality Monitoring

In Finland, the involvement of citizens in water quality monitoring is still in its infancy. There is a need to understand what motivates people to participate in voluntary pro-environmental activities.

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The International Journal of Sustainability Policy and Practice , Volume 10, Issue 1

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