237 pages , Cambridge University Press , 1992-08-20 This study shows how classical ecological principles, especially those relating to competition and population ecology, can be applied to growing two or more crops together and how the approach can improve agricultural yields.
M.E. Sharpe , 2003-10-24 This volume has been designed as a supplement to traditional texts in graduate and undergraduate strategic management courses. Few textbooks reflect the importance of sustainability and environmental protection. This book aims to fill this gap by including discussion of the natural environment.
482 pages , Createspace Independent Pub , 2012 Thorium energy can help check CO2 and global warming, cut deadly air pollution, provide inexhaustible energy, and increase human prosperity. Our world is beset by global warming, pollution, resource conflicts, and energy poverty. Millions die from coal plant emissions. We war over mideast oil. Food supplies from sea and land...[Read More]
Energetics (also called energy economics) is the study of energy under transformation. Because energy flows at all scales, from the quantum level to the biosphere and cosmos, energetics is a very broad discipline, encompassing for example thermodynamics, chemistry, biological energetics, biochemistry and ecological energetics. Where each branch of energetics begins and ends is a topic of constant ...[Read More]
We are located at 4535 Kahiliholo Rd, Kilauea, Kauaʻi, Hawaii, 6/10 mile mauka of the Hwy. First driveway on the left after Pepperwood Plantation.
To design, implement, and maintain regenerative food forests for the Kaua’i community.
1. Develop a viable, self-sustaining food forest ecosystem through community stewardship.
2. Create a renewa...[Read More]
302 pages , Springer Science & Business Media , 2013-04-18 I wrote this book because I wanted to learn more about interstel lar flight. Not the Star Trek notion of tearing around the Galaxy in a huge spaceship-that was obviously beyond existing tech nology-but a more realistic mission. In 1989 I had videotaped Voyager 2's encounter with Neptune and watched the drama of r...[Read More]
WEES is an initiative from PhD students and postdocs at Wageningen University to organize a continuing series of stimulating seminars on contemporary topics in evolution and ecology. We aim to bring together different groups at Wageningen University using a variety of systems, but with a common interest in evolutionary and ecological questions. For this series we invite researchers from all over ...[Read More]
Pocosin is a type of palustrine wetland with deep, acidic, sandy, peat soils. Groundwater saturates the soil except during brief seasonal dry spells and during prolonged droughts. Pocosin soils are nutrient-deficient (oligotrophic), especially in phosphorus.
Pocosins occur in the southern portions of the Atlantic coastal plain of North America, spanning from southeastern Virginia, through North Ca...[Read More]
574 pages , Harvard University Press , 1997 We've eaten PCBs with our fish, drunk arsenic with our water, and breathed asbestos in our schools. Someone sounded the alarm, someone else said we were safe, and both had science on their side. Amid this chaos of questions and conflicting information, Aaron Wildavsky arrives with just what the beleaguered citizen needs: a clea...[Read More]
822 pages , Earthscan , 2012 The Sustainability Handbook covers all the challenges, complexities and benefits of sustainability for businesses, governments and other organizations. It provides a blueprint for how organizations can reach or exceed economic, social and environmental excellence. It offers a host of practical approaches and tools including a model sustainabi...[Read More]