The following represent just a sample of the reference works available that may be relevant to sustainability management. Ask an IMI Librarian at email@example.com for help in identifying other possible sources.
A scholarly, annotated listing of key sources (articles, books, and other resources) for 100+ topics in environmental science. Topics range from seminal authors and researchers to concepts and frameworks as well as more topical subjects. Updated on an ongoing basis.
Featuring contributions from distinguished political scientists working in the field, this volume "...addresses canonical theorists and contemporary environmental problems with a diversity of theoretical approaches."
Is ethanol production from corn a recipe for famine? Is clean coal a viable option or is it simply polluting the energy dilemma? Are genetically modified foods helpful or harmful? This volume includes 150 articles examining these and other green issues and debates.
This e-book draws on scholars of political ecology, rural sociology, geography, and environmental studies to paint a picture of agriculture and food, and provides readers with an understanding of the institutions, practices, and concepts to identify what is green food.
From green Hollywood to green spirituality, green art and green restaurants, this volume contains 150 articles exploring the on-going paradigm shift in culture and lifestyles toward promoting a sustainable environment.
Featuring such disciplines as nanoscience, biochemistry, information technology and environmental engineering, in 150 articles this volume explores the essential role of technology in developments towards a sustainable environment.
This atlas-formatted reference is an online-only compendium of maps and data sets accompanied by multimedia elements (photos, videos, audio) designed to illustrate key concepts in green issues and environmentalism graphically and interactively. Topics for the maps presented in this resource were selected from articles in the 12-volume, e-only SAGE Reference series on Green Society (see some of the A to Z Guides highlighted here). Each map includes links to one or more of the articles.