Environmental pollution: EPA spills 3 million gallons of polluted water into river - TomoNews

Published in: youtube > TomoNews US > pollution | Published on 07/Jul/2018 23:34

SILVERSTON, COLORADO — The amount of heavily polluted water the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) accidentally spilled into the Animas River in Colorado while working on a waste-treatment...

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Ecosystem Change and Public Health A Global Perspective

Published in: Google Books > Health & Fitness > Earth biosphere | Published on 07/Jul/2018 12:10

480 pages , JHU Press , 2001
"The purpose of this textbook on global ecosystem change and human health is twofold: (1) to raise awareness of changes in human health related to global ecosystem change and (2) to expand the scope of the traditional curriculum in environmental health to include the interactions of major environmental forces and public health on a global sca...[Read More]

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Environmental Management in Southeast Asia Directions and Current Status

Published in: Google Books > Political Science > environmental management | Published on 16/Jun/2018 22:18

211 pages , Singapore University Press , 1987-01-01
This volume forms the background to the proceedings of the 3rd Symposium on Our Environment, organised by the Faculty of Science, National University of Singapore. It comprises the invited contributions on five member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. Together, these country reports provide a broa...[Read More]

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Renewable Energy Discover the Fuel of the Future With 20 Projects

Published in: Google Books > Juvenile Nonfiction > renewable energy | Published on 15/Jun/2018 07:53

128 pages , Nomad Press , 2016-04-18
How do we heat our homes, light our rooms, and power our cars? With energy! In 2014, the United States relied on fossil fuels for about 67 percent of its power. But as the fossil fuel supply dwindles and climate change becomes an increasingly urgent issue, individuals, businesses, and governments are expanding their sources of renewab...[Read More]

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Integration of Large Scale Renewable Energy into Bulk Power Systems From Planning to Operation

Published in: Google Books > Science > renewable energy | Published on 05/Jun/2018 01:36

337 pages , Springer , 2017-06-15
This book outlines the challenges that increasing amounts of renewable and distributed energy represent when integrated into established electricity grid infrastructures, offering a range of potential solutions that will support engineers, grid operators, system planners, utilities, and policymakers alike in their efforts to realize the ...[Read More]

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Assessing Markets for Renewable Energy in Rural Areas of Northwestern China

Published in: Google Books > Science > renewable energy | Published on 04/Jun/2018 07:42

115 pages , World Bank Publications , 2000
This reports on a detailed market study of rural areas in China without access to electricity from the local or national grid. It obtained basic socio-economic data on households with and without photovaoltaic (PV) systems, and used the data to determine the market potential for PV systems in such areas.

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2. Mcluhan (A Media Ecology Review) (Marshall Mcluhan ) , Communication Research Trends

Published in: itune > Social Science,Books,Nonfiction > recycling | Published on 26/May/2018 20:48

To begin with McLuhan is not to begin at the beginning of media ecology, but to plunge in medias res. Given that the field has no founder and inventor, making it difficult to determine just what constitutes the beginning of the media ecology intellectual tradition, it makes sense to start at the center of the field and work our way outward. Whether McLuhan firmly oc...[Read More]

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A song on Global Warming (with Music Video)

Published in: youtube > Arun Nagarajan > global warming | Published on 20/May/2018 13:40

here are the lyrics.. People living in the free world Place your hands out and just feel the cold However we try to just deny it The world aint ever gonna hide it We cant deny the feeling We...

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Deep Ecology Network (DEN)

Published in: facebook > group > environmental education | Published on 09/May/2018 16:51

Deep Ecology offers us a broader and more sustainable sense of our own worth, as viable members of the great evolving community of earth. It holds that we can break free from Anthropocentrism (human centredness) which threatens not only ourselves but all complex life forms within reach. Joanna Macy - 'Coming Back to Life' Deep Ecology recognizes that nothing short of a total revolution in consci...[Read More]

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Co-operative approaches to sustainable agriculture

Published in: Google Books > Technology & Engineering > Sustainability | Published on 19/Apr/2018 19:16

107 pages , Publications de l'OCDE , 1998-04
Across the OECD, farmers are voluntarily forming community-based associations to help achieve a more sustainable agriculture. What are the reasons behind this phenomenon? How can it be encouraged? To what extent can such group-based voluntary action substitute for, or complement, existing agri-environmental policy measures? In...[Read More]

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Weird Life: The Search for Life That Is Very, Very Different from Our Own

Published in: Google Books > Science > Earth biosphere | Published on 08/Apr/2018 14:02

288 pages , W. W. Norton & Company , 2013-02-26
“Weird indeed, and not a little wonderful.”—Nature In the 1980s and 1990s, in places where no one thought it possible, scientists found organisms they called extremophiles: lovers of extremes. There were bacteria in volcanic hydrothermal vents on the ocean floor, single-celled algae in Antarctic ice floes, and fungi i...[Read More]

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Air Pollution and Health in Rapidly Developing Countries

Published in: Google Books > Medical > pollution | Published on 31/Mar/2018 08:24

227 pages , Earthscan , 2012
In developing countries the price of rapid growth is all too often noxious airborne pollution, which annually contributes to a disturbing number of avoidable deaths. In recent decades, however, there has been considerable progress in the epidemiology of air pollution, significant changes in international air pollution guidelines, and the emer...[Read More]

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