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Resources round-up: latest publications from the T2S community

Our January 2018 newsletter includes a list of recent publications authored by members of the Transformations to Sustainability community and relevant to research carried out under the programme.

(Re-)designing higher education curricula in times of systemic dysfunction: a responsible research and innovation perspective
Valentina C. Tassone, Catherine O’Mahony, Emma McKenna, Hansje J. Eppink, Arjen E. J. Wals (2017), Higher Education

Sustainability Science: Key Issues
Edited by Ariane König, Jerome Ravetz

A co-designed, transdisciplinary adaptive management framework for artisanal fisheries of Pehuen Co and Monte Hermoso (Argentina)  
Leonardo G. Berninsone, Alice Newton, John Icely (2017), Ocean & Coastal Management

What does rights of rivers mean? 
Shrishtee Bajpai, World Rainforest Movement

The Search For Radical Alternatives Key Elements and Principles
Kalpavriksh

Becoming homo sapiens sapiens: Cultural transformation in the Anthropocene
Carol L. Berzonsky, and Susanne C. Moser (2017). Anthropocene

If you’d like a copy, please contact us and we’ll put you in touch with the authors. 

“We need the environmental humanities because we need new narratives to understand the present and imagine alternative futures”
Marco Armiero

The Social Effects of Global Trade
Joy Murray, Arunima Malik, Arne Geschke

This new book, which relates to the T2S seed grant project ‘Social Footprints Laboratory: Enabling analysis of the social consequences of global trade’, suggests that the social consequences of trade can be made visible in the same way environmental consequences are. The book provides suggestions for a standardisation of methods and a common framework for analysis.

Can ecological distribution conflicts turn into forces for sustainability? 
Arnim Scheidel, Leah Temper, Federico de Maria, Joan Martinez-Alier

The introductory paper of a forthcoming special issue on the EJATLAS in the Sustainability Science journal.

Linking well-being with cultural revitalization for greater cognitive justice in conservation: lessons from Venezuela in Canaima National Park
Iokiñe Rodriguez, Ecology and Society  

“Democracy happens where the people are”: Social conflict, deliberation and youth perspectives in post-Gezi Turkey
Ethemcan Turhan, Southeastern Europe

Alternative Futures: India Unshackled
Editors Ashish Kothari, K.J. Joy

A new collection of 35 essays on India’s future by a diverse set of authors, including several members of the T2S community.


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