“Using diverse theories and methods by scholars across many disciplines, this volume addresses critical social and environmental issues such as climate change and sustainable land and water management.”—Heejun Chang, Portland State University “By presenting the material through a regional lens, this volume helps readers to understand sustainability not only in suburban settings broadly but also … Continue reading Case Studies in Suburban Sustainability
Over 130 reviews, news stories, and magazine articles featured our authors and books this month. We're pleased to share highlights from a select few. . One of our new titles for spring, Sorghum's Savor by Ronni Lundy, gave one blogger reason to celebrate Pi Day. Nancie McDermott made Lundy's sorghum pecan pie and served it for breakfast! The book "shares … Continue reading March Review Roundup: Sorghum, Swamps, Sinkholes!
It's been a busy and exciting spring for UPF books and authors! First, hear what UPF authors have to say in these recent interviews: Listen to Dale Finley Slongwhite, author of Fed Up: The High Costs of Cheap Food, on WGCU News. Listen to Robert Brinkmann, author of Florida Sinkholes: Science and Policy, on WGCU News. Listen to Bill DeYoung, author … Continue reading May 2014 Review Roundup
The University Press of Florida is pleased to announce the publication of seven new books: Florida Sinkholes: Science and Policy By Robert Brinkmann Danger lurks beneath Florida’s tropical surface. This fascinating book is a comprehensive guide to understanding how sinkholes form and what to do about them. Kongo across the … Continue reading Now Available: New Books for December and January