Authors in alphabetical order: Carole Crumley, Carrie Hritz, Christian Isendahl, Lisa Lucero, John Meunier, John murphy, Steffen Nijhuis, Payam Ostovar, Clemens Reichel, Vernon L. Scarborough, Federica Sulas, Timothy Thurston
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"..Ultimately, I found the book to be a clear, informative, and useful resource that I plan to use to teach about socio-environmental systems. It successfully makes the case that historical cities that exhibited durability can offer us valuable insights into how to build modern cities that can reinvent them-selves in the face of change, providing a collection of interesting case studies and a look at how archaeologists think about human–nature interactions. An easy-to-read book, it is suitable as inspiration for urban design experts and for teachers and scholars of socio-ecological sustainability."
Review in Science: https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/science.ade1308