There is a criticism of the gross national product. The criticism stems from the fact that this measurement of national product does not account for environmental degradation and resource depletion. A new approach to the situation of allocating these omitted environmental features in the national product has been the advent of the green national product.
343 pages , Harvard University Press , 2009 If the distractions and distortions around you, the jarring colors and sounds, could shake up the healing chemistry of your mind, might your surroundings also have the power to heal you? This is the question Esther Sternberg explores in Healing Spaces, a look at the marvelously rich nexus of mind and body, perception and place....[Read More]
145 pages , Verso , 2001 Information and communications technologies (ICTs) and the new economy they herald are generally either glorified as unprecedented opportunities for post-industrial enfranchisement, or vilified as a mirage conjured up for their own ends by those who run the world. This book sets out to review the relationship between information technologies and ...[Read More]
Projectnet is a Finnish database that contains descriptions of both ongoing and completed researchprojects that are being conducted on natural resources by prominent organizations in Finland.
Project registers are usually maintained by individualorganizations but from Projectnet one can search for project information from five different organizations at the same time. The organizations that produc...[Read More]
666 pages , Elsevier , 2015-07-24 Iron Ore: Mineralogy, Processing and Environmental Issues summarizes recent, key research on the characterization of iron ores, including important topics such as beneficiation (separation and refining), agglomeration (e.g., production of pellets or powders), blast furnace technology for smelting, and environmental issues relating to its...[Read More]
177 pages , University of Regina Press , 2013 Supreme Court of Canada decisions have defined a general framework for the "duty to consult" Aboriginal peoples and accomodate their concerns over natural resource development, but anticipate the details of that framework will be expanded upon in the future. Aboriginal Consultation, Environmental Assessment, and Regulatory Re...[Read More]