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  1. The Climate Bonus by Alison Smith

    We are pleased to present a new Earthscan from Routledge blog post: written by Alison Smith, author of new book The Climate Bonus.

    With a new entry every fortnight, blog posts written by various Earthscan from Routledge authors will be displayed both on the Routledge website and on our Facebook page here. Each post within Facebook will be open to comments so please feel free to join in with the conversation.

  2. Think before printing. Why not go online?

    We here at Routledge are all about the environment. This is why we are rolling with the times and exploring online catalogs.

    This new and efficient way of sharing information allows us to show you all of our new collections, as well as our backlist titles, that we have on offer from across the different publishing programmes.

  3. The World’s Greenest Buildings (January 2013)

    The World’s Greenest Buildings tackles an audacious task. Among the thousands of green buildings out there, which are the best, and how do we know?

    Authors Jerry Yudelson and Ulf Meyer examined hundreds of the highest-rated large green buildings from around the world and asked their owners to supply one simple thing: actual performance data, to demonstrate their claims to sustainable operations.

    Listen to Jerry discussing the book here

    Jerry Yudelson - New Green Building Book Measures Sustainability of World's Greenest Buildings .

    For more information about the book click here

  4. Dr Ljubomir Jankovic, Speaker at Nearer to Zero

    Dr Ljubomir Jankovic, author of Designing Zero Carbon Buildings, will be speaking at the Nearer to Zero conference in Birmingham (14th February 2013).

  5. The Economist

    The Economist reviews ‘Believing in Russia’

    In A question of faith: A new look at religion in post-1991 Russia, The Economist reviews Geraldine Fagan's Believing in Russia: Religious Policy after Communism. Read the review.
     

  6. Growth and Turbulence in the Container/Contained: Bion’s Continuing Legacy

    Growth Turbulence in the Container/Contained is based on papers presented at the 2009 International Bion Conference held in Boston, Massachusetts. It represents the state of the art thinking of an outstanding international group of Bion scholars and experts. This book includes the most current trends in Bion scholarship, covering topics that range from the historical/biographical, to the clinical, the theoretical, the developmental, to the cultural and aesthetic. 

  7. Chinese New Year

    Chinese New Year: How are you welcoming in the Year of the Snake?

    This Sunday sees the beginning of The Lunar New Year: the Year of the Snake. New Year is the most important annual vacation for many Asian countries. Global Times reporter Lu Yun asks people in the streets about their celebration plans

    Why not browse our Contemporary China series to find out more about Chinese traditions?

  8. Belaid

    Prominent Tunisian opposition leader Chokri Belaid shot dead

    Chokri Belaid, 48, leader of the Unified Democratic Nationalist party, was shot three times in the head and chest by a man who fled on a motorcycle on Wednesday morning as he left his home in Tunis. He died in hospital shortly afterwards. Mr Belaid had criticised Islamist violence, accusing the ruling party, al-Nahda, and its leader, Rachid Ghannouchi, of sympathising with the perpetrators. Read the article here.

  9. The Routledge Cyber Security Collection

    Cyber Security is a growing concern in our modern world. For a limited time, Routledge are offering a 20% discount on our books in this area. Read more below about how to order your copies.

    You can also browse the Cyber Security Awareness collection, featuring over 30 FREE ACCESS journal articles, until the end of February.

  10. Japanese Flag

    Celebrating 50 Years of Japanese Studies at The University of Sheffield, 1963-2013

    We are delighted to be celebrating the golden jubilee of Japanese Studies at Sheffield University this year. To mark the occasion we are offering 20% discount off ALL of the 47 titles in the Sheffield Centre for Japanese Studies/Routledge series.

    Click here to view all the titles in the series. Simply enter the code GDC71 at checkout to receive your discount (offer available until 20th March 2013).

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