Understanding Sustainability

Sustainability References



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Waples, Robin S. 1998. "Evolutionarily Significant Units, Distinct Population Segments, and the Endangered Species Act: Reply to Pennock and Dimmick." Conservation Biology 12:718-721. [PDF]

Waples, Robin S., Richard W. Zabel, Mark D. Scheuerell, and Beth L. Sanderson. 2008. "Evolutionary Responses by Native Species to Major Anthropogenic Changes to Their Ecosystems: Pacific Salmon in the Columbia River Hydropower System." Molecular Ecology 17(1):84-96.

Warburton, Kevin. 2003. "Deep Learning and Education for Sustainability." International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education 4(1):44-56. [abstract]

Ward, Barbara and René Dubos. 1972. Only One Earth - The Care and Maintenance of a Small Planet. Pelican, New York. 

Ward, Peter D. 1995. The End of Evolution: A Journey in Search of Clues to the Third Mass Extinction Facing Planet Earth. Bantam Books, New York.  

Ward, Peter D. 2006. "Impact from the Deep." Scientific American 18 September. [PDF]

Ward, Peter D. 2007. Under a Green Sky: Global Warming, the Mass Extinctions of the Past, and what they Can Tell Us about Our Future. Collins, New York. [related essay by author]

Ward, Vicky L., Allan O. House, and Susan Hamer. 2009. "Developing a Framework for Transferring Knowledge into Action: A Thematic Analysis of the Literature." Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 14(3):156-164. [PDF]

Ward, Vicky L., Allan O. House, and Susan Hamer. 2009. "Knowledge Brokering: Exploring the Process of Transferring Knowledge into Action." BMC Health Services Research 9:#12.

Warner, Melanie. 2013. Pandora's Lunchbox: How Processed Food Took Over the American Meal. Scribner, New York. [video interview 1] [video interview 2] [video interview 3] [news story] [news story by author] [video of author presentation on Book TV] [NPR interview podcast including Michael Moss author of Salt Sugar Fat]

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