New book: Routledge Handbook of Sustainability Indicators
22 June 2018
Edited by Simon Bell and Stephen Morse, it provides researchers and students with an overview of the field of sustainability indicators and indices (SIIs) as applied in the interdisciplinary field of sustainable development. The editors have sought to include views from the centre ground of SII development but also divergent views which represent some of the diverse, challenging and even edgy observations which are prominent in the wider field of environmental indicator thinking.
Simon Joss has co-authored a chapter with Yvonne Rydin, on the ‘Prospects for Standardising Sustainable Urban Development’.
A 20% discount is available when it is bought directly from the publisher, using the code FLR40. For more information visit the publisher’s website (Routledge).
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