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Campus Sustainability Month 2022: A Library Display of Electronic Resources

A library display celebrating the ASU 2022 Campus Sustainability Month. The display includes electronic resources available at ASU Library, many of them are open access.

Featured Collections Books

ASU Authors Collection: Recent books published by ASU scholars

Ach, Jada, and Gary Reger. Reading Aridity in Western American Literature. Edited by Jada Ach and Gary Reger, Lexington Books, an imprint of The Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, Inc., 2020. PS169.W4 R43 2020 ASU Authors

Boone, Christopher. City and environment. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2006. HT241 .B66 2006 ASU Authors

Gober, Patricia. Building resilience for uncertain water futures. Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. TD345 .G62 2018 ASU Authors

Lewis, Paul George. Custodians of place governing the growth and development of cities. Washington, D.C. : Georgetown University Press, 2009. HT384.U52 C256 2009 ASU Authors

Perrings, Charles. Our Uncommon Heritage : Biodiversity Change, Ecosystem Services, and Human Wellbeing. Cambridge University Press, 2014. QH541.15.E25 P47 2014 ASU Authors

Sun Devil Reads Collection: Fiction/Non-fiction books at Hayden Library

Benjamin, Darryl, and Lyndon Virkler. Farm to Table : the Essential Guide to Sustainable Food Systems for Students, Professionals, and Consumers. Chelsea Green Publishing, 2016. S494.5.S86 B47 2016 Nature                            

Botkin, Daniel B. 25 myths that are destroying the environment : what many environmentalists believe and why they are wrong. Taylor Trade Publishing, 2016. GF75 .B68 2016 Nature

Carter, Peter D. Unprecedented crime : climate science denial and game changers for survival. Clarity Press Inc., 2018. QC903 .C3668 2018

Goldfarb, Ben. Eager: the surprising, secret life of beavers and why they matter. Chelsea Green Publishing 2018. QL737.R632 G64 2018 Nature

Liptan, Thomas W., and J. David Santen. Sustainable Stormwater Management : a Landscape-Driven Approach to Planning and Design. Timber Press, 2017. TD657.4 .L57 2017 Nature

Moor, Robert. On Trails. First Simon & Schuster hardcover edition. Simon & Schuster, 2016. GV199.5 .M66 2016 Nature

NatureKaufman, Scott. The environment and international history. Bloomsbury Academic, 2018. JZ1242 .K38 2018 Nature

Robinson, Mary. Climate justice: hope, resilience, and the fight for a sustainable future. Bloomsbury Publishing, 2018. GE220 .R63 2018 Nature

Schlossberg, Tatiana. Inconspicuous consumption: the environmental impact you don't know you have. Grand Central Publishing, 2019. HC79.C6 S258 2019 Nature

Washington, Harriet A. A terrible thing to waste : environmental racism and its assault on the American mind. Little Brown Spark, 2019. GE230 .W375 2019 United

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