36 pages , UNEP/Earthprint , 2000 This publication presents an overview of major renewable energy technologies and a discussion of the policy frameworks that will further their deployment. It also gives a brief discussion of scenarios that can lead to a sustainable energy future.
400 pages , Houghton Mifflin Harcourt , 2005-04-05 You live in this world. You use oil. You must read this book. The situation is alarming and irrefutable: within thirty years, even by conservative estimates, we will have burned our way through most of the oil that is readily available to us. Already, the costly side effects of dependence on fossil fuel are taking their ...[Read More]
294 pages , PennWell Books , 2006 Power generation -- Power transmission and distribution -- The beginning of the electric utility industry -- The electric utility industry as a regulated entity -- Restructuring, standards, and accountability -- The energy policy act of 2005 -- Transmission, technology, and the pursuit of reliability -- Environmental standards and issues...[Read More]
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This group is intended mainly for people who hold degrees in Botany, Zoology, Ecology or equivalent, and who are eligible to work in Australia.
This group is provided by 'NRM jobs' - Australia's niche advertising outlet for opportunities in the environment, water and natural resource management field....[Read More]
270 pages , John Wiley & Sons , 1999-05-06 LandscapeConstructed wetlands are gaining worldwide acceptance as effective, low-cost, and low-impact alternatives to unsightly, high-impact wastewater treatment facilities. The creative involvement of today's planners, landscape architects, developers, environmental engineers, and public officials is helping to maximize the pot...[Read More]