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SAGE Geography 32m
Have you seen the latest virtual special issue from on uneven development, commodity chains and the agrarian question? Read it here
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SAGE Geography 15h
The editors of E&PE: Nature and Space have selected this paper from the archives as their paper of the month: Caring for the Collective: Biopower and Agential Subjectification in Wildlife Conservation
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SAGE Geography 23h
Read summaries of all the papers in from the current issue of Environment and Urbanization here
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SAGE Geography Oct 21
Submit to Tropical Conservation Science’s open Special Collection on The Ecological Environment in the Tropics and Subtropics of China
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SAGE Geography Oct 19
Predictors of Emergent Emergency Department Visits and Costs in Community-Dwelling Older Adults
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E&U journal Oct 19
NEW BRIEFING OUT: Free 6-pager to download on Co-production in cities: providing services, empowering communities, changing relationships A useful synopsis to our E&U journal out next week on co-production.
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SAGE Geography Oct 18
Researching services? Submit it to Insights today!
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SAGE Geography Oct 17
"Climate proofing" requires infrastructure operators to rethink the original aims of their networks in this examination of Dutch waterways.
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SAGE Geography Oct 17
Leaf Damage by Phytophagous Beetles alters Terminalia catappa Green and Senesced Leaf Chemistry
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SAGE Geography Oct 17
Check out this New York Times map of (almost) every building in America!
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SAGE Geography Oct 17
From the archives of E&PD: The commons: Infrastructures for troubling times
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Urban Studies Jnl Oct 16
Understanding the effects of traffic congestion on the location of New Business Establishments: An analysis of the San Franscisco Bay Area
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Rachel Bok Oct 16
'"By our metaphors you shall know us": the "fix" of geographical political economy' is out in . I frame the 'fix' as a root metaphor and a signifier of GPE's history, examining these entwined evolutions over four decades of critical geography.
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SAGE Geography Oct 16
Analysis of climatological data helps make vital decisions relevant to agricultural practices
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SAGE Geography Oct 15
Bringing more than 250 sources in 15 categories, SAGE Stats is a key resource for quickly finding data and visualizations. Try it out:
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SAGE Geography Oct 15
Lauren Berlant’s essay The commons: Infrastructures for troubling times, has been chosen by the editors of @soceityandspace to celebrate 50 years of E&PA
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SAGE Geography Oct 15
Looking to improve the area where you live or work? Don't miss author Andrew Maliphant's 60-minute webinar about Local Regeneration on Thursday! More info here:
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SAGE Geography Oct 12
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SAGE Geography Oct 12
Peace geographies: Expanding from modern-liberal peace to radical trans-relational peace from
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SAGE Geography Oct 11
To mark 50 years of the Environment and Planning journals, check out this paper from the archives of E&PC: Partnerships, Power, and Scale in Rural Governance
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