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This series of recently published books is premised on the notion that the arts, humanities, and social sciences, integrated with the natural sciences, are essential to comprehensive environmental studies.
Series of curated databases including sources relating to topics such as travel and tourism, commodity culture, consumption and consumer behavior, exploration narratives, and other material related to humanistic exploration of environmental issues.
Documents the U.S. response to the threat posed by climatic change and global warming. The research behind the studies, reports, and analyses represents an exhaustive review of the facts, causes, and economic and political implications of the phenomenon.