Articles on sustainability issues

See Brian's Scholar Profiles Google Scholar Profile Orcid Profile
I am a co-author on three articles on sustainability led by University of Michigan (U-M) undergraduate students working with U-M professor Adam Simon and me as part of the Ghana summer school I founded.

Canavati, A., J. Toweh, A.C. Simon, and B.K. Arbic (2018), Electronic graveyard: What is the solution to Ghana’s e-waste dilemma?

Environmental Engineering Science
In press

Based upon research done by the first two authors (both University of Michigan undergraduates) during the 2016 Coastal Environment Summer School in Ghana (https://coessing.org). Partially funded by, and written up for, the Michigan Sustainability Cases project at the University of Michigan (http://www.teachmsc.org/).

Eberhard, E., J. Hicks, A.C. Simon, and B.K. Arbic (2018), Coping with cocoa complications: How do economic factors impact the land usage decisions of Ghanian cocoa farmers?

World Development Perspectives
In press

Based upon research done by the first two authors (both University of Michigan undergraduates) during the 2016 Coastal Environment Summer School in Ghana (https://coessing.org). Partially funded by, and written up for, the Michigan Sustainability Cases project at the University of Michigan (http://www.teachmsc.org/).

Oliphant, E., M. Finlay, A.C. Simon, and B.K. Arbic (2018), Biofuels: Beneficial or bad? Should a Ghanaian chief sell his land for biofuel crop cultivation?

Sustainability (United States)
11, 16-23
doi:10.1089/sus.2018.29121.eo.

Based upon research done by the first two authors (both University of Michigan undergraduates) during the 2016 Coastal Environment Summer School in Ghana (https://coessing.org). Partially funded by, and written up for, the Michigan Sustainability Cases project at the University of Michigan (http://www.teachmsc.org/).