Daniel A. Fiscus, Brian D. Fath, Chapter 8 - Technology and applications in the context of holistic life–environment, Editor(s): Daniel A. Fiscus, Brian D. Fath, Foundations for Sustainability, Academic Press, 2019, Pages 205-230

This chapter contributes to SDGs 15, 13, and 11 by presenting technologies and applications for addressing climate change as a result of human activity on land.
Elsevier, Marine Pollution Bulletin, Volume 136, November 2018
Increasing accessibility of coral reefs from the latter third of the 20th century led quickly to recognition of the vulnerability of coral reef communities to a combination of direct and indirect huma

Miguel Angel Gardetti, Chapter 1 - Introduction and the concept of circular economy, Editor(s): Subramanian Senthilkannan Muthu, In The Textile Institute Book Series, Circular Economy in Textiles and Apparel, Woodhead Publishing, 2019, Pages 1-11, ISBN 9780081026304,

This chapter advances UN SDG goal 12 by ensuring sustainable consumption and production patterns

Foundations for Sustainability, A Coherent Framework of Life-Environment Relations, 2019, Pages 231-247

This book chapter addresses goals 15, 11 and 13 by exploring how systems and network ecology can contribute towards the larger goal of sustainability.

Douglas E. Soltis, Pamela S. Soltis, Chapter 6 - Fate of the Tree of Life, Editor(s): Douglas E. Soltis, Pamela S. Soltis, The Great Tree of Life, Academic Press, 2019, Pages 117-150, ISBN 9780128125533, https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-812553-3.00006-0.

This book chapter advances SDGs 13 and 15 by explaining human and environmental activity and their potential role in extinction.
This paper focuses on the effects of marine pollution in fish within the the greatest depth zones of the Pacific Ocean.

This short review gives an overview of recent publications on public views on climate change, student views and misconceptions, and resources for making connections in the classroom and the laborat

Bruce H. Lipshutz is currently a professor of chemistry at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
In 2007, John Warner and Jim Babcock founded the Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry and, with Amy Cannon, founded the green chemistry education nonprofit organization Beyond Benign.