2018-01-02T08:00:00Z The classic works by the renowned Russian scientist who published the first edition of The Biosphere in 1926. This unabridged translation is made from the 1944 edition and translated from the Russian alongside his other most important book Essays on Geochemistry. In these two volumes, Vernadsky details humanity's impact on the living systems of the pla...[Read More]
Hong Kong Green Drinks
Where environmentally and socially conscious people come to meet!
This page helps to continue the conversation outside of the events. It is NOT A PLACE TO PROMOTE YOUR PRODUCTS OR SERVICES.
Green Drinks is an informal monthly opportunity for anyone interested in CSR, social / environmental justice issues, sustainable development etc. to meet, chat, and network.
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336 pages , Greystone Books , 2008 For the past 36 years, Des Kennedy and his family have lived largely outside their hand-built house in intimate contact with the Earth ?aits creatures, its changing seasons, and its weather patterns. In this charming bookOCOs 52 chapters, Kennedyabrings readers deep into his garden, week by week, from winterOCOs dormancy to summerOCOs s...[Read More]
236 pages , World Bank Publications , 2005-01-01 The World Bank Group (WBG) has the potential to improve the contribution of extractive industries (EI) to sustainable development and poverty reduction. However, this report by the WBG's operations evaluation departments finds that although its EI projects have produced positive economic and financial results, it has not b...[Read More]
532 pages , NYU Press , 1998-10-01 Stock market euphoria and blind faith in the post cold war economy have driven the topic of poverty from popular and scholarly discussion in the United States. At the same time the gap between the rich and poor has never been wider. The New Poverty Studies critically examines the new war against the poor that has accompanied the rise of...[Read More]