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  1. 5 books for Project Management (September 2012)

    All you need to know to manage your projects ...

  2. Advances in Intergroup Contact

    Intergroup contact remains one of the most effective means to reduce prejudice and conflict between groups. The past decade has witnessed a dramatic resurgence of interest in this time-tested phenomenon, with researchers now focusing on understanding when, why, and for whom contact does (and does not) work.

  3. 5 minutes with Matthew Cousins - September 2012

    The new edition of Matthew Cousins' book, The Architect's Legal Pocket Book is now available

    Watch this space, this handy and indispensible guide could well usurp its coveted predecessors and emerge as the essential guide for the next generation of architects and students. –Ike Ijeh, Building.co.uk
     

  4. Caribbean Law of Trusts

    New Edition of Commonwealth Caribbean Law of Trusts Out Now

    This third edition of Commonwealth Caribbean Law of Trusts by Gilbert Kodilinye and Trevor Carmichael has been updated to reflect new case law and legislation, and to highlight recent trends relating to both traditional and offshore trusts. The book provides a core text for students of trusts law in the Commonwealth Caribbean, comprehensively covering general legal principles and analyzing key Caribbean and English cases.

  5. Consequentialism

    Featured Series: New Problems of Philosophy

    In 2009, Routledge Philosophy launched a rousing new series, New Problems of Philosophy, edited by José Luis Bermúdez, Texas A&M University, USA. New Problems of Philosophy provides accessible and engaging surveys of the most important problems in contemporary philosophy. Each book examines a topic or theme that has either emerged on the philosophical landscape in recent years, or a longstanding problem refreshed in light of recent work in philosophy and related disciplines.

  6. Investing in Water for a Green Economy by Mike Young and Christine Esau

    In the context of the economies of the world becoming greener, this book provides a global and interdisciplinary overview of the condition of the world’s water resources and the infrastructure used to manage it. It focuses on current social and economic costs of water provision, needs and opportunities for investment and for improving its management.

  7. Water Harvesting in Sub-Saharan Africa by William Critchley and John Gowing

    Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa is constrained by highly variable rainfall, frequent drought and low water productivity. This book defines water harvesting as a set of approaches which occupy an intermediate position along the water-management spectrum extending from in-situ moisture conservation to irrigated agriculture.

  8. Visual Studies Journal

    Have you seen our Visual Studies Journal?

    Visual Studies is published on behalf of the International Visual Sociology Association. The journal publishes visually-oriented articles across a range of disciplines, and represents a long-standing commitment to empirical visual research, studies of visual and material culture, the development of visual research methods and the exploration of visual means of communication about social and cultural worlds. Find out more at www.tandfonline.com/rvst

    Read a free online sample copy

  9. The Climate Bonus by Alison Smith

    We urgently need to transform to a low carbon society, yet our progress is painfully slow, in part because there is widespread public concern that this will require sacrifice and high costs. This book maps out the links between low carbon policies and their co-benefits, and shows how low carbon policies can lead to cleaner air and water, conservation of forests and other ecosystems, more sustainable agriculture, better use of finite resources, less waste, enhanced energy security, cost savings for households and businesses and a stronger, more stable economy.

  10. The Spatial Dimension of Risk by Detlef Müller-Mahn

    Through its exploration of the spatial dimensions of risk, this book offers a brand new approach to theorizing risk, and significant improvements in how to manage, tolerate and take risks. A broad range of risks are examined, including natural hazards, climate change, political violence, and state failure.

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