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  1. Earthscan from Routledge August Highlights

    With so many great titles publishing this month it has been impossible to give them all the justice they deserve in our August newsletter, so to be sure you don't miss out you can find them all here.

  2. Win £200/$350 of books from Routledge.com

    Sign up to our mailing list before the 31st October and to be in with a chance of winning £200/$350 worth of books from Routledge.com*.

    Simply complete the online form here to be in with a chance of winning and to start receiving the latest news and exclusive offers.

  3. Sustainability Indicators Need to Include Justice

    We are pleased to present a new Earthscan from Routledge blog post written by Sarah Fredericks, author of Measuring and Evaluating Sustainability.

    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 the Earthscan from Routledge Facebook page. Each post within Facebook will be open to comments so please feel free to voice your thoughts!

  4. American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) and Routledge

    ACORE is an organization dedicated to building a secure and prosperous America with clean, renewable energy. ACORE provides a common educational platform for a wide range of interests in the renewable energy community, focusing on technology, finance and policy and convenes thought leadership forums and create energy industry partnerships to communicate the economic, security and environmental benefits of renewable energy.

    Routledge is proud to partner with ACORE and help to provide their members with essential resources for renewable energy professionals. Our current publishing program supports books across a wide range of types of publication – from engaging textbooks, to practical resources for faculty and professionals, to cutting edge research.

  5. Authors of the Month, July: Roger Austin and Bill Hunter

    Roger Austin and Bill Hunter's Online Learning and Community Cohesion published in early July. This book is a critical examination of the technologies that have been deployed, the professional development that has been provided and an evaluation of what constitutes good practice, particularly in terms of what collaborative learning really means for young people. Online Learning and Community Cohesion was launched July 17, 2013 in New York, NY by the Irish consul General and the Northern Ireland Bureau.

  6. Read the latest Open Access articles from Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine

    Simply click the links in the full article to read the papers.
     

  7. Museum in China harboring thousands of fake artefacts

    The 60 million yuan Jibaozhai Museum opened in China in 2010 in the midst of a culture boom that sees many new museums opening every year. However, the ticket offices were shut this week amid claims that “many of the 40,000 exhibits were in fact knock-offs which had been bought for between 100 yuan and 2,000 yuan” (Tom Philips, The Telegraph). This has caused a media storm, with satirical comments and criticisms reaching the attention of journalists worldwide.

  8. Chief Rabbi starts a media storm in Poland

    This week a media storm has broken out, because Poland’s chief Rabbi has linked the Polish parliament's decision to Nazi propaganda.

    Chief Rabbi Michael Schudrich said he could not imagine “continuing as chief rabbi in a country where Jews are not complete”. He continued to say that “it is the worst decision in the history of the parliament against Jews and Muslims.”

  9. A Video with Tom Turner on Garden Design, Ideas, and History

    Tom Turner edits the Gardenvisit.com website and teaches on the undergraduate and Masters programmes in garden history and landscape architecture at the University of Greenwich in London. He is also the author of British Gardens, European Gardens, Asian Gardens, and Garden History.  In this video he presents garden history in general--concerning how garden design has been the result of the interplay of ideas of art, religion, philosophy, planting, construction, and much else. His video ends with a statement on the growing importance of sustainable garden design. 


     

  10. Are Smart Cities Not So Smart After All

    We are pleased to present a new Earthscan from Routledge blog post: written by Philip Monaghan, author of How Local Resilience Creates Sustainable Societies.

    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 the Earthscan from Routledge Facebook page. Each post within Facebook will be open to comments so please feel free to voice your thoughts!

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