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This book is an open access book, which offers both conceptual and empirical descriptions of how to “frame” sustainability challenges. It defines “framing” in the context of sustainability science as the process of identifying subjects, setting boundaries, and defining problems.
This book presents a new model of the service city, including architecture and several pertinent examples, as a way to manage and integrate city services and systems while offering more support services to achieve the goal of sustainability.
Search Tips: Keywords for Finding Books on Sustainability Topics
Because sustainability is an interdisciplinary field of study you will find that books on sustainability topics are scattered throughout the collection. They will be shelved in architecture or engineering or agriculture or other subject areas depending of the focus of the book.
Start with a Library Catalog search. If you have a specific topic in mind use keywords that describe that topic. If you're having trouble thinking of appropriate keywords, take a look at these examples: