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Latest publications:
Agroforestry as Sustainable Agriculture: An Observation of Tayal Indigenous People’s Collective Action in Taiwan

This study focuses on indigenous people's collective action on agroforestry practice and finds that social capital regulates and cumulates community member’s trust and willingness toward a sustainable future.

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Published online: October 31, 2016

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Sorptive Removal of Alizarin Yellow-R Dye from the Water Using Fibers of Luffa cylindrica Sponge

We have evaluated the efficiency of the fibers of the Luffa cylindrica sponge for removing Alizarin Yellow-R dye from water.

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Published online: October 6, 2016

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Legal Aspects of Ecosystem-based Management (EBM): Implementation in Oregon Coastal Management

Pieces of ecosystem-based management are currently being implemented into both state and federal laws. By continuing to incorporate ecosystem-based management, laws will do a better job at protecting marine ecosystems.

Published online: August 23, 2016

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Sustainable Resilience in Barbuda: Learning from the Past and Developing Strategies for the Future

Natural and social scientists are working with local experts from Barbuda to document sustainable and resilient practices from the past, and develop strategies to build sustainable resilience in the present.

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Published online: July 6, 2016

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Investigation of Airfoil Profiles for Use in Self-starting, Small-scale, Low Reynolds Number Vertical Axis Wind Turbines

This paper investigates the effect of blade profile on a SB-VAWT that suffers from poor self starting at low Reynolds number.

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Published online: June 2, 2016

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Desert Ecotourism Strategic Planning with an Emphasis on the Sustainability of Peripheral Desert Settlements: A Case Study of the Dasht-e Kavir

This paper offer solutions for stabilizing desert settlements from the point of view of economy, society, desert wilderness protection, and preventing desert greening, based on active participation of residents.

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Published online: May 31, 2016

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Consumers and Climate Change: Can the Presence of Others Promote More Sustainable Consumer Choice?

We explore new experimental research into how the presence of others affects consumer choice with respect to sustainability in supermarkets.

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Published online: April 25, 2016

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Implementing Bioremediation Technologies to Degrade Chemical Warfare Agents and Explosives from War Affected Regions in Sri Lanka

Chemical agents used during the Sri Lankan civil war continue to threaten the environment as affected areas are re-settled. By using microbes, contaminants can be degraded promoting a healthier ecosystem.

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Published online: April 15, 2016

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Horizontal Relationship and Environmental Communication: A Case Study on Collaborative Activities between SPES and Local Residents in Austria

This paper suggests that a horizontal relationship based on the mutual trust between a principal as a promoter of an environment-oriented norm and the participants for a better environmental activity.

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Published online: April 15, 2016

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Analyses of Sustainable Agriculture Elements that Support Agritourism and Conservation in Rural Chiangkhan, Thailand

Urban areas are intrinsically linked to their rural proximity. This study explores the elements of sustainable agricultural practices, farmers’ knowledge of sustainability, and farmers’ sensitivity to conservation for agritourism development.

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Published online: March 3, 2016

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