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An Aluminum Town Square: Reacting to Crisis in Paola, Kansas

Reflecting on the removal of controversial aluminum cladding over entire blocks in downtown Paola, Kansas, this study explores how a design intervention once conceived as vital can quickly become disdained.

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The Inclusive Museum in a Multi-ethnic Age: The Role of the Museum in a Contemporary, Multi-ethnic, Social Housing Area in Denmark

Based on a research project in a multiethnic, social housing area south of Copenhagen, this article discusses the challenges to the role and methods of the museum in contemporary history.

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Reflecting on Collaborative Networking and the Roles of Municipalities in Local Sustainable Development

The local level is important when implementing strategies for sustainable development. Municipalities are key actors; however, there is an urge for collaboration. This paper therefore problematizes local collaboration for sustainability.

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EPA’s Community-Focused Exposure and Risk Screening Tool: A Trial with Community Partners

This paper explores C-FERST, the EPA's web-based, GIS mapping tool for community use in reducing environmental burden and evaluating the estimates of exposure, risk, and the improvement in human health.

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Pandora's Box: Neither Climate Refugee, Migrant, Stateless, or Exile

This article discusses aspects of climate change refugees, such as issues associated with population estimates, definitions, and social and legal obstacles of internationally recognized refugee, migrant, stateless, or exile status.

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Barriers of Adaptation to Heat Stress in Northeast Ghana

Climatic stresses and socio-economic factors from structural deficiencies in human and natural resource management are important impediments confronting rural communities’ vulnerability to heat exposure.

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Logistic Suppliers’ Decarbonization Practices and Prioritization

In this paper, we examine supply chain decarbonization by logistics partners of a global company. We examine public disclosures, identify best practices, and present a framework for prioritizing decarbonization initiatives.

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Sustainability and/or Survival of Literature in the Contemporary World: Some Theoretical Premises of Ecocriticism

This paper presents some theoretical premises of environmental literary criticism and its field of study.

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Connect or Not: Interaction with Wireless Networks and Their Effects on the Experience of Space

Connect or Not explores spatial aspects of wireless communication and its seamless infrastructure, insensible to human body but essential for everyday interactions with our environment and with each other.

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Elderly Thermal Comfort in Tropical Climates: Identifying the Knowledge Gap

This paper identifies the knowledge gap around the existing literature of elderly thermal comfort in tropical climates by covering thermal sensation, thermal preference, and the discussions about them.

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