426 pages , SAGE , 2010 Issues for Debate in Environmental Management is a contemporary collection of articles covering core issues within the broad topic of environmental management. The book is intended to supplement core courses in the Business and Management curriculum titled Environmental Management, Sustainability, and Business and Society, among other similarly ti...[Read More]
424 pages , FT Press , 2013-05-24 Without effective execution, no business strategy can succeed. This second edition delivers a powerful framework every leader can use to overcome the obstacles to successfully deploying business strategy. In this book, leading consultant and Wharton professor Lawrence Hrebiniak offers a comprehensive, disciplined process model for making...[Read More]
362 pages , Springer Science & Business Media , 2010-11-18 This book’s main objective is to decipher for the reader the main processes in the atmosphere and the quantification of air pollution effects on humans and the environment, through first principles of meteorology and modelling/measurement approaches. The understanding of the complex sequence of events, starting...[Read More]
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137 pages , Springer , 2015-03-18 This book demonstrates that the much-needed global shift in energy production and use must happen at a territorial level in order to be truly successful and sustainable. This book enables regional implementation efforts by connecting broad EU environmental policies with plans for action at the territorial level, analysing efficient resou...[Read More]
The Eltonian niche is an ecological niche that emphasizes the functional attributes of animals and their corresponding trophic position. This was the definition Eugene Odum popularized in his analogy of the niche of a species with its profession in the ecosystem as opposed to the habitat being its address. The definition is attributed to Charles Elton in his 1927 now classic book Animal Ecology. E...[Read More]
24 pages , Pebble Books , 2017-08-01 Little creatures fly, crawl, and skitter by us every day. Give emergent readers an up-close look at the amazing features, behaviors, and life cycles of grasshoppers, praying mantises, spiders, and honeybees. All Little Pebble books have an Accelerated Reader ATOS level of 1.0 or below.