192 pages , Taylor & Francis , 2012-04-27 Implementing an Environmental Management System (EMS) has become a crucial consideration for large organizations. This book offers insight to practitioners and professional students as to why they have been developed, how they are implemented and the barriers that can impact on their effectiveness. A practical, experience-based t...[Read More]
272 pages , St. Martin's Press , 2012-05-08 A riveting look at how an alternative source of energy is revoluntionising nuclear power, promising a safe and clean future for millions, and why thorium was sidelined at the height of the Cold War In this groundbreaking account of an energy revolution in the making, award-winning science writer Richard Martin introduces us to ...[Read More]
94 pages , Green Books , 2001-01 Whilst ‘environmental education’, and more recently ‘education for sustainable development’ are important trends, they are not sufficient to reorient and transform education as a whole—and yet time is short to realise such change. The Briefing critiques the prevailing managerial and mechanistic paradigm in education, and argues ...[Read More]
Land rehabilitation is the process of returning the land in a given area to some degree of its former state, after some process (industry, natural disasters, etc.) has resulted in its damage. Many projects and developments will result in the land becoming degraded, for example mining, farming and forestry.
Butterflies are the bio-indicators of the world. they sensitive to anthropogenic, soil pollution, water pollution, solar radiation and micro climate etc. In India pioneering work in butterfly studies dates back to 19th century. India harbor 5th place totally 1501 species 331 species are south India. Western ghats have 42 endemic species. Nilgiri mountain have 300 species here i would like to share...[Read More]