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Young People and Ecology

The negative effects of climate change, global economic restructuring, and increased urbanization impact young people disproportionally (Bartlett, 2008; Katz, 1994). It is …

Wayfinding, Movement, and Mobility

Human movement can be understood as making one’s way through a space. Movement needs to be differentiated from the more narrow term wayfinding often …

Design and Social Responsibility

The idea that designing and building the physical environment carries social and ethical responsibilities is not new, but since the building boom …

Our Blurbs are Here!

We are very grateful to this group of interdisciplinary scholars who took the time to read and blurb our book. We share …

Food, Psychology, and the Environment

Food is fundamental to human experience and has interested social scientists in general, and psychologists in particular, for decades. As early as …

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