254 pages , Woodhead Publishing , 2003-01-01 This book sets the context for local environmental sustainability and considers how local government can promote sustainable development by building partnerships with different groups and organizations in the local community. Using case studies, chapters focus on different types of regional and local initiatives, the partnersh...[Read More]
654 pages , Oxford University Press , 2012 Written with undergraduates and graduates in mind, this volume provides a thorough introduction to the economic, social, environmental and policy issues raised by current systems of energy use. The authors also describe the key physical and engineering features of these energy production systems.
honoring the sanctity of nature through trees...they hold the soil, feed us and purify land, soil & air..... The Ecological Perspective is primarily Buddhist, but all are very welcome.
.the group is educational group and not in support of any one methodology. Please draw your conclusions methodically from many sources to draw a more objective opinion.
163 pages , Libraries Unlimited , 1999 With the power of stories you can generate student interest in nature and the environment while building skills across the curriculum! Using contemporary and classic children's literature as springboards to learning, this resource offers dozens of stimulating extension activities that engage young learners and teach them important c...[Read More]
262 pages , Wiley , 1996-06-06 This superb, concise dictionary comprises over 2,000 entries defining terms and concepts relating to environmental planning, management, conservation and sustainable development. The text includes diagrams and boxes covering the whole span of environmental issues with the emphasis on: * international conventions * environmental law * enviro...[Read More]
654 pages , Springer Science & Business Media , 2007-05-08 A number of excellent textbooks on general ecology are currently available but‚ to date‚ none have been dedicated to the study of soil ecology. This is important because the soil‚ as the ‘epidermis’ of our planet‚ is the major component of the terrestrial biosphere. In the present age‚ it is difficu...[Read More]
70 pages , IUCN , 2001 For many years, concerns have been expressed about environmental issues in the Arctic. While the Arctic region, unlike Antarctica, has been inhabited for thousands of years, it is under unique threat because of its vulnerability toward resource exploitation and the deposition of various airborne pollutants. With its varied populations, and with eig...[Read More]