126 pages , WND Books , 2007 Challenges generally accepted beliefs concerning the causes of global warming and the effects it will have on Earth and its inhabitants, and offers market-based solutions to protect the environment while fostering economic growth.
Public interest design is a human-centered and participatory design practice that places emphasis on the “triple bottom line” of sustainable design that includes ecological, economic, and social issues and on designing products, structures, and systems that address issues such as economic development and the preservation of the environment.
Starting in the late 1990s, several books, convenings...[Read More]
Trophic species are a group of organisms that are aggregated according to their common trophic (feeding) positions in a food web or food chain. Trophic species have identical prey and a shared set of predators in the food web. This means that members of a trophic species share many of the same kinds of ecological functions. The idea of trophic species was first devised by Joel Cohen and Frederick ...[Read More]
576 pages , CRC Press , 1996-09-12 If we could understand the scientific and engineering principles behind recycling, our ability to use reprocessed materials would improve considerably. If we could then apply those principles, our efforts to process and recycle waste would be significantly more efficient and cost-effective. Practical Handbook of Processing and Recycling...[Read More]