A highly selective, multidisciplinary collection of over 1500 academic journals. The Sawyer Library has enhanced this collection with additional subscriptions in the life sciences, business studies, and Irish studies.
Part one "examines the basic structural elements of every city: materials and fuels; people and economics; and biodiversity. In part two, professionals working on some of the world’s most inventive urban sustainability projects share their first-hand experience. "
Also available online at: http://library.law.suffolk.edu/record=b1998801~S6
Call Number: SAWYER REFERENCE TD345 .G633 v. 7 (2012)
Publication Date: 2011-10-26
"Topics range from water and fossil fuels, China and dams, and U.S. water policy to international water quality, transboundary water and climate change, corporate water management, and drought and water management in Australia. Nineteen data tables provide an invaluable resource for analyzing the state of the world’s water, accessibility, sustainability, attitudes, and more including top environmental concerns and bottled water consumption stats." Supplementary material available online.
Contents: Public and private rights in the coastal zone -- Public access to beaches and shores -- Management of coastal resources -- Offshore resource management -- Pollution and the marine environment -- Domestic ocean policy and the law of the sea -- The future of United States ocean and coastal policy.