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Author(s): Sonya Remington-Doucette
Sustainable World: Approaches to Analyzing and Resolving Wicked Problems is the first introductory textbook to offer a comprehensive overview of the problem solving methods used by sustainability scientists to resolve real-world sustainability problems. The book’s content is based on an undergraduate sustainability course taught by the author in the School of Sustainability at Arizona State University and was reviewed by world renowned sustainability scientist faculty from the School.
Author(s): Patrisia Gonzales
Traditional Indian Medicine: American Indian Wellness by Dr. Patrisia Gonzales is the first textbook of its kind to provide a curriculum about traditional healing and wellness practices among American Indians in the United States. Authored by Dr. Patrisia Gonzales, an associate professor at the University of Arizona, the e-book offers guided questions, prompts and key words to about 20 articles and book chapters, mostly authored by Native peoples.