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September 25, 2015 / Rob Dyball

Human Ecology Review Vol 21 (2) Out Now

Human Ecology Review Vol 21 (2) Out Now

b-thumb-HER-21-2In This Issue

Two Kinds of Economy, Two Kinds of Self—Toward More Manageable, Hence More Sustainable and Just Supply Chains Carleton B. Christensen

Nutrient Balances and Management of Soil Fertility Prior to the Arrival of Chemical Fertilizers in Andalusia, Southern Spain Manuel González de Molina, Roberto García-Ruiz, David Soto Fernández, Gloria Guzmán Casado, Antonio Cid, and Juan Infante Amate

Climate Change and Society: Toward Online Pedagogy Jennifer Kelly, Aaron McCright, and Thomas Dietz

An Examination of Behavior Change Theories to Predict Behavioral Intentions of Organisms-in-Trade Hobbyists Jessica Mayer, Erin Seekamp, Jonathan Casper and Gary Blank

Who Is For or Against the Park? Factors Influencing the Public’s Perception of a Regional Park: A Slovenian Case Study Mojca Nastran and Majda Černič Istenič

Are There Relationships Among Racial Segregation, Economic Isolation, and Proximity to Green Space? Salvatore Saporito and Daniel Casey

Current Cultures in Threatening, Comforting, and Challenging Ecologies Evert Van de Vliert


Ecologia Humana Uma Visao Global By Ronaldo Gomes Alvim, Ajibola Isa Badiru, and Juracy Marques Reviewed by Karl Bruckmeier and Luc Hens

Structural Human Ecology: New Essays in Risk, Energy, and Sustainability Edited by Thomas Dietz and Andrew Jorgenson Reviewed by Erik L. Bond

Understanding Human Ecology: A Systems Approach to Sustainability By Robert Dyball and Barry Newell Reviewed by Liesel Carlsson

The Garden of God: Toward a Human Ecology By Benedict XVI (Maria Morciano, ed.) Reviewed by Robin van Tine

Cover photograph by Josh Winer, College of the Atlantic

Human Ecology Review is available online in open access format here.

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