Keyhole Gardens As The Key To Environmental Sustainability And Access To Fresh Produce In Samoa: A Case Study Of An Organic Keyhole Farm, Madeline Allen
Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection
Keyhole gardens represent one of the many ingenious adaptations that are currently being used in Samoa to combat climate change, promote environmental sustainability, and improve diet. Through their design, these gardens are built to withstand greater fluctuations in climate; utilize alternative water resources and conserve fresh water; and contribute towards a solution to the waste management problem in Samoa. Additionally, keyhole gardens increase access to fresh produce, and can be used as tools to educate the community about healthy eating. This is of great national importance due to the myriad of health concerns that accompany the current diet in Samoa ...
Promotional Poster: Reception And Celebration, 2018 University of Dayton
Promotional Poster: Reception And Celebration, Lucy Bratton, Taylor Wilson
Facing Dayton: Materials to Invite Engagement
Poster promotes celebration and reception for the completion and release of Facing Dayton: Neighborhood Narratives.
Structural Identity Theory And The Dynamics Of Cross-Cultural Work Groups, 2018 Marshall University
Structural Identity Theory And The Dynamics Of Cross-Cultural Work Groups, P. Christopher Earley, Marty Laubach
The creation of a global village, transnational corporations, internet and similar influences remind us constantly that a science of organizations and management is incomplete without the integration of concepts of culture and self-awareness. It is no longer appropriate to discuss organizational activities and employee actions without incorporating a more complete view of where such activities take place. Not only must we include an immediate social context, but we must deal with the international and cultural aspects of the social world as well. More than ever, understanding of employee action requires knowledge of how action is related to the environment in ...
Consent And The Subjective World Of The Worker, 2018 Marshall University
Consent And The Subjective World Of The Worker, Marty Laubach, Michael Wallace
Purpose: This study tests three theories of determinants of workers’ subjective response to work situations – structural factors (measured by individual, organization and job characteristics), general disposition, or informal work arrangements as constructed by Laubach’s (2005) “consent deal.”
Design/methodology/approach: Data were obtained from the Indiana Quality of Employment Survey, a survey of workers covering general working conditions. We constructed 10 models regressing worker perceptions and attitudes (e.g. satisfaction, relations with supervisors, meaningfulness) on structural determinants. We then used structural equation modeling to identify an underlying factor representing a general worker response from elements of the attitudes and ...
A Naturalist’S Guide To The Great Plains, 2018 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
A Naturalist’S Guide To The Great Plains, Paul A. Johnsgard
This book documents nearly 500 US and Canadian locations where wildlife refuges, nature preserves, and similar properties protect natural sites that lie within the North American Great Plains, from Canada’s Prairie Provinces to the Texas-Mexico border. Information on site location, size, biological diversity, and the presence of especially rare or interesting flora and fauna are mentioned, as well as driving directions, mailing addresses, and phone numbers or internet addresses, as available. US federal sites include 11 national grasslands, 13 national parks, 16 national monuments, and more than 70 national wildlife refuges. State properties include nearly 100 state parks and ...
Among The Ruins, 2018 York University, independent filmmaker
Among The Ruins, Edie Steiner
Photographic essay, a version of which was first presented at the 2011 Green Words/Green Worlds Conference, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, Toronto. Images previously presented in the exhibition Abject Transformations at Arcadia Art Gallery, Toronto.
Listening To Earth Stories: An Interview With Swarnalatha Rangarajan, 2018 VIT Chennai Campus
Listening To Earth Stories: An Interview With Swarnalatha Rangarajan, Sufina K, Bhuvaneswari R
In this interview with Dr. Swarnalatha Rangarajan, a well known Indian ecocritic and a pioneer of Indian ecocriticism, discusses ecocriticism, her novel The Final Instructions, and a wide range of Indian environmental writing.
Two Poems, 2018 University of British Columbia
Two Poems, Clea Roberts
Poetry by Clea Roberts
Athabasca River Glacial Melt Global Warming Blues, 2018 University of North Carolina-Asheville
Athabasca River Glacial Melt Global Warming Blues, Gene Hyde
“Athabasca River Glacial Melt Global Warming Blues” is a poem and photograph by Gene Hyde, a writer, photographer, and archivist living in the Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina. This is part of his PhotoEpigraphic51 series that combines a photograph, an epigraph, and a 51 syllable, three haiku verse structure. The photograph was taken in September 2017 along the Athabasca River in Jasper National Park.
The Eau Claire Log Drivers, 2018 Sid Marty
The Eau Claire Log Drivers, Sid Marty
Poetry by Sid Marty
Two Poems, 2018 Poet
Two Poems, Dan Macisaac
Poetry by Dan MacIsaac
A Collaboration Of Poetry And Art: The Krill Kill Project, 2018 University of Lethbridge, Calgary Campus
A Collaboration Of Poetry And Art: The Krill Kill Project, Diane Guichon, Sarah Melanie Harrill
Artist Sarah Melanie Harrill interrogates poet Diane Guichon's poem "Krill Kill" in this project of interwoven, creative representations and musings on the connectivity between nature and humanity. This project formed part of the Calgary People's Poetry Festival in the fall of 2017.
Museum Archipelago, 2018 Kansas State University
Museum Archipelago, Elizabeth Dodd
Poetry by Elizabeth Dodd
The Wasteland, 2018 University of Calcutta
The Wasteland, Tiasa Adhya
Riverine floodplains and deltas that have cradled human civilization and are now ravaged by ecologically blind land-use policies form the context of this poem. Policies that term nutrient rich wetlands as "wastelands" are economically motivated and backed by policy makers for short-term gains. The conversion of wetlands makes refugees out of resident wild species. The first few lines of the poem describe the character of the fishing cat, the only cat in South Asia that is adapted for wetlands and is an indicator of the health of wetland ecosystems. The poem talks of a nemesis that awaits the human world ...
Two Poems, 2018 Wilfrid Laurier University
Two Poems, Joanna Lilley
Poetry by Joanna Lilley.
Two Poems, 2018 Wilfrid Laurier University
Two Poems, Carlyle Macphail
Poetry by Carlyle MacPhail
Two Poems, 2018 East Tennessee State University
Two Poems, Scott R. Honeycutt
Poetry by Scott R. Honeycutt
X̱Wáýx̱Way, 2018 Farleigh Dickinson University
X̱Wáýx̱Way, Andrea Nicki
Poetry by Andrea Nicki
Two Poems, 2018 York University
Two Poems, Sarah Switzer
Poetry by Sarah Switzer
Three Poems, 2018 Wilfrid Laurier University
Three Poems, Basma Kavanagh
Poetry by Basma Kavanagh