Earth Day is a global event to raise awareness and support for environmental protection. To celebrate Earth Day 2023, we at Taylor & Francis have curated a hub showcasing eBook collections and titles on sustainability and the environment for you to discover.
This chapter sampler is a call-to-action for all our planet’s inhabitants to help protect the environment, advocate for sustainability, and bring about positive change in our society.
A chapter sampler exploring the efforts in which academic libraries are responding to the Sustainable Development Goals and Agenda 2030, to create a sustainable future for their patrons.
A collection of eBooks that comprises of titles from a plethora of disciplines relating to the climate crisis and sustainability. Coverage includes climate policy and law, climate justice, communication, environmental assessment and protection, communication, education, sustainable business and much more. These titles are essential reading and important resources for climate change and sustainability researchers, students and professionals.
This chapter sampler brings together eight chapters from Routledge’s range of textbooks in Environment and Sustainability. Celebrating this year’s Earth Day theme, ‘Invest in Our Planet’ the sampler provides your students with the understanding they need to invest in our planet.
A chapter sampler that showcases sustainability within engineering, varying from energy efficiency in urban environments to sustainable coastal planning.
This collection contains current information on how to deal with age-old problems such as solid waste, air pollution, and remediation as well as discussions of the emerging concepts such as life-cycle analysis and new forms of efficient and renewable energy, providing a continually updated resource for protecting, preserving, and enhancing the environment.
The SDGO collection is a carefully curated interdisciplinary collection of digital content mapped to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, fight injustice and protect the planet. This collection includes more than 22,000 of the most important and relevant book chapters and journal articles, published under the Routledge and CRC Press imprints, in an online library covering all 17 SDGs.
The Sustainable Development Goals are reliant on improved access to information and knowledge, therefore creating a clear link between Open Access, access to information, and sustainable development.
To celebrate Earth Day, we’ve opened a selection of our sustainability focused titles to freely view until the end of April. Let us know if you’d like to learn more about our eBook offerings!
The Best Sustainability Books to Guide Positive Change
What is Sustainable Energy and Why Do We Need It?
Combating Climate Change: The Role of Science and Engineering