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  1. John Twidell

    Q&A with Authors of Renewable Energy Resources, Third Edition

    John Twidell and Tony Weir, authors of Renewable Energy Resources, discuss what experiences led them to write this book, their reflections on the state of the field, and what’s new in the third edition. Read the full Q&A here.

  2. Battery Technology for Electric Vehicles

    Public science and private innovation
    By Albert N. Link, Alan C. O'Connor, and Troy J. Scott

    Electric drive vehicles (EDVs) are seen on American roads in increasing numbers. Related to this market trend and critical for it to increase are improvements in battery technology. Battery Technology for Electric Vehicles examines in detail at the research support from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) for the development of nickel-metal-hydride (NiMH) and lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries used in EDVs. Read more

  3. Wind Power Projects

    Theory and Practice
    By Tore Wizelius

    Wind power has developed rapidly in terms of the number of new wind power plants now installed in more than hundred countries around the world. This renewable energy source has become competitive, and to be able to combat climate change much more has to be installed in coming years. Read more

  4. The Sustainability Hub March Update Now Live!

    The Routledge Sustainability Hub has now been updated, most notably to include a brand new topic, Environmental Economics, full of recommended books and terrific new resources.  

    Click here to read more about what the Hub has to offer and view the latest resources and topics.

  5. Pre order your copy now! - Energy Storage

    Edited by Marc A. Rosen

    This new Routledge collection brings together the major works on the many types of energy-storage technologies and systems, as well as their applications. The energy-storage topics covered include battery storage, hydrogen energy storage, flywheel energy storage, compressed gas energy storage, pumped storage, magnetic storage, chemical storage, thermal energy storage, thermochemical energy storage, organic and biological energy storage, and others. Click here to read more ...

    Why not recommend to your librarian today!

    Energy Storage is part of the Critical Concepts in Natural Resources Series. Another Major Work collection publishing in this series this year is Renewable Energy.

  6. Biochar for Environmental Management

    Science, Technology and Implementation, 2nd Edition
    Edited by Johannes Lehmann and Stephen Joseph

    The first edition of this book, published in 2009, was the definitive work reviewing the expanding research literature on this topic. Since then, the rate of research activity has increased at least ten-fold, and biochar products are now commercially available as soil amendments. This second edition includes not only substantially updated chapters... Read more

  7. Did you see these Sustainability Blog posts in 2014?

    We hope you got the chance to read these posts in 2014, but in case you didn’t, we’ve put them all in one place to make them easily accessible!

    You can always view our latest Routledge Sustainability blog posts or browse our archive of previous entries here. Each entry will also be posted within Facebook and open to comments so please feel free to join in with the conversation here.

  8. Why the price of oil is falling and what then?

    The authors of, The World After Cheap Oil, discuss the causes and impacts to the world economy of falling oil prices. 

     This article was first published in Kanava-magazine 1/2015 (in Finnish).
     

  9. The Problem with AD

    Tim Pullen, author of Anaerobic Digestion – Making Biogas – Making Energy, discusses the differing attitudes regarding Anaerobic Digestion (AD) and its inherent financial implications.

  10. Anaerobic Digestion – Making Biogas – Making Energy

    The Earthscan Expert Guide
    By Tim Pullen

    Series: Earthscan Expert

    Hundreds of million tonnes of agricultural and food waste are produced each year around the world, most of which is just that, waste. Anaerobic digestion, biogas and the heat and electricity that can be produced from it is still a nascent industry in many countries... Read more

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