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Society & Natural Resources Press – University Press of Colorado

New Society & Natural Resources Book Series

Society and Natural Resources Book Series includes books that examine the complexity of interrelationships among human societies, biophysical and built environments and natural resources. We are especially interested in works that engage emergent issues and inform transformations between society and natural resources toward greater social and environmental justice, health and sustainability/resilience. The series does not privilege any particular research method, theory or discipline; it seeks submissions that build from any (or combinations) of the environmental/natural resource social sciences. Works that contribute to our understandings and actions on how global processes intersect with localities, in the South, North or through comparative case studies are encouraged. We are particularly interested in publishing new books on the following topics:

  • – climate justice
  • – environmental policy and governance
  • – natural resource utilization, management and decision-making
  • – social and cultural change as it relates to environmental change
  • – sustainability/resilience transitions
  • – social-ecological systems dynamics
  • – practice-informed resource management
  • – institutional innovations
  • – political economy/ecology perspectives on natural resource change and conflict

For further information or to inquire about submission of a book proposal, please contact:

Rachael Levay, Acquisitions Editor
University Press of Colorado & Utah State University Press
Email:  [email protected]Telephone: direct (720) 406-8849, ext. 807
toll-free (855) 777-6113, ext. 807

Society & Natural Resources Book Series Editorial Board

Rick Krannich

Jill Belsky

Mallika Bose

Naomi Krogman

Our Books

IASNR has entered into agreements with the University Press of Colorado for distribution of Society & Natural Resources Book Series publications (formerly known as Social Ecology Press)! UPC will handle the marketing and distribution of our books which will give us access to a vibrant and global publishing marketplace. We will be working with them over time to give some of our books a new look and also to archive older versions for open access.

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A Community Guide to Social Impact Assessment , 4th Edition

Daydreams and Nightmares

Diffusion Research in Rural Sociology

Man, Mind, and Land

Rural Sociology and the Environment

Social Assessment: Theory, Process, and Techniques

The Community in Rural America

The Concepts, Process and Methods of Social Impact Assessment

Three Iron Mining Towns