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Join Greenleaf Author at These Free DC and NY Events
Co-author, Eddie Rich of Beyond Governments: Making Collective Government Work - Lessons from the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative, will be in Washington, DC from June 1-3 and New York City from June 4-5. Click
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Greenleaf Author Writes for Sustainable Business Magazine
Co-author Keith Skene, of Sustainable Economics, contributed to the April Issue of Sustainable Business Magazine. Read his article now.

Basic Electronics reviewed at Power Electronics.com
MLI's recently published Basic Electronics: Theory and Practice was reviewed in the Power Plant newsletter and featured at Power Electronics.com. http://powerelectronics.com/blog/book-covers-everything-you-wanted-know-about-electronics

IOE Press wins two prestigious Geographical Association Publishers' Awards
The IOE Press has been presented with two Geographical Association Publishers' Awards for You, Me and Diversity and Educating for Hope
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CABI Author Temple Grandin on Neil Degrasse Tyson's StarTalk
On April 12, Dr. Temple Grandin was a guest on Star Talk, a radio show hosted by Neil Degrasse Tyson. Click here to listen to her talk on Autism and Animal Science.

From Walmart to Al Qaeda David Murillo
"An impressive multidisciplinary analytical approach to the growing phenomena of globalization, "From Walmart to Al Qaeda" is presented in seven informed and informative chapters: Introduction to Globalization; Social Change, Technology and Collective Identities; Economic Globalization; Financial Globalization;
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Creating Social Value Cheryl Kiser, Deborah Leipziger
"MBA students, those aspiring to c-suite heights, entrepreneurs and even social-practice artists would benefit to examine the pages of this book, for its perspectives and questions it leads the reader."