Looks like a nice series of texts on computer science, formal verfication, etc.

consumers](https://josephpoore.com/Science%20360%206392%20987%20-%20Accepted%20Manuscript.pdf) Oxford paper on the environmental impact of animal agriculture. Published in Science.

The Software Foundations series is a broad introduction to the mathematical underpinnings of reliable software.

The principal novelty of the series is that every detail is one hundred percent formalized and machine-checked: the entire text of each volume, including the exercises, is literally a “proof script” for the Coq proof assistant.

The exposition is intended for a broad range of readers, from advanced undergraduates to PhD students and researchers. No specific background in logic or programming languages is assumed, though a degree of mathematical maturity is helpful. A one-semester course can expect to cover Logical Foundations plus most of Programming Language Foundations or Verified Functional Algorithms, or selections from both.

Designing Scalable Software for Multicore Processors](https://people.csail.mit.edu/nickolai/papers/clements-sc.pdf)