372 pages , Financial Times/Prentice Hall , 2002 For undergratuate and postgraduate courses in Environmental Economics in Departments of Economics, Business, Geography and Management. Ideally suited for one semester modules, this text has one main aim to bring this subject alive for non-specialist students through highly interactive applications and an accessible yet suf...[Read More]
408 pages , CRC Press , 2011-06-14 As the world population grows and places more demand on limited fossil fuels, renewable energy becomes more relevant as part of the solution to the impending energy dilemma. Renewable energy is now included in national policies, with goals for it to be a significant percentage of generated energy within the coming decades. A comprehensi...[Read More]
413 pages , 1993 A comprehensive guide to using wind to power private houses and small businesses and farms. Describes and illustrates the wide range of systems now commercially available; suggests criteria for citing; includes equations for figuring out the power potential of various sizes in various conditions; an
Foodscape Collective is about connecting people across the foodscape of Singapore, and supporting projects / initiatives that make our food system better for our planet and people.
By foodscape, we mean spaces where food is grown, acquired, prepared, eaten, talked about... generally, anywhere where people get meaning in food and food-related issues! These spaces could be the supermarket, the hawk...[Read More]
Natural burial is the interment of the body of a dead person in the soil in a manner that does not inhibit decomposition but allows the body to recycle naturally. It is an alternative to other contemporary Western burial methods and funerary customs.
296 pages , Academic Press , 2009-10-21 How can society quickly convert to renewable energy? Can worldwide energy needs ever be met through 100\% renewable sources? The answers to these questions rest largely on the perception of choice in the energy arena. It is of pivotal importance that engineers, researchers and policymakers understand what choices are available, and...[Read More]