Sustainability eBooks

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Sustainabilityenvironmental stewardship and climate change has become an important consideration in many areas of academia and research. As students, faculty and researchers at U of G integrate these matters into their work and course teachings, its important to provide relevant and impactful academic resources to support these efforts. 

As such, weve put together a Sustainability eBook Collection  an online collection of over 250 eBooks that focus on topics such as sustainable business, climate justice, and environmental policy. Because these topics are rapidly changing, special emphasis has been placed on including the latest publications  all titles in the collection were published in 2018, 2019, and 2020. Additionally, titles in the collection are scholarly publications, and users have unrestricted access to all of them   

The Circular Economy and the Global South: Sustainable Lifestyles and Green Industrial Movement is one of the titles featured in the collection. It provides insight into the concept of a circular economy in relation to environmental sustainability within our economic systems, specifically in the global south. Other titles in the collection include: 

New library purchases are managed by the Collections & Content TeamThe team is responsible for the acquisition, development, and curation of the library’s electronic and print collections. The creation of these collections support U of G’s learning, teaching and research and ensure that relevant, unique and useful resources are available for library users. 

Have questions about our collections or the library more generally? Contact us.


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