VOLUME 3, ISSUE 2

Introduction

Beyond Sustainability: Introduction

Patrick Ashton and Matthew Kubik

Development which meets the needs of current generations without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs

Research

Beyond Sustainability: A New Conceptual Model

Molly Kerby, Gayle Mallinger

Opportunities for intervention to decrease risk, promote community cohesion, and encourage social change through empirical investigation

Traditional Feng Shui Architecture as an Inspiration for the Development of Green Buildings

Bo Su

The cultural foundation and methods for the development of green building

Can a University’s Public Affairs Mission Move the Institution beyond Sustainability?

Windy Y. Lawrence, John J. Theis

A case study exploring whether an institution with a strong, state-mandated mission in public affairs has infused sustainability into its mission or developed sustainability independent of its mission

Economic Changes, Policy Changes: The First Major Effect of the Green Revolution

Diego Masi

The Green Economy is something more than the sum of all possible related efforts to create a “green” turning point in the economy

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