Welcome! There will be Sacred Ecology meetings this Term every Tuesday, 3:30 - 5:00 in the UVic Interfaith Chapel.
In a nutshell:
“Sacred Ecology is a holistic approach that recognizes the interconnected nature of reality and inspires a shift in perspective and a broadening of awareness to strengthen and deepen our relationships with the living world to engender a spiritual process that may fr...[Read More]
256 pages , Elsevier , 2012-12-02 It is hard to imagine a more concise summary of the prodigious work and voluminous publications in this field... This volume should be available to students at the undergraduate level, to those in law school, and to all seriously concerned about an extremely important problem. This review in Choice was just one of the many favourable com...[Read More]
173 pages , Springer Science & Business Media , 2012-12-06 Applied geophysics were developed to explore the raw materials needed by civilization. Today it is used to investigate the extent and nature of buried contaminated waste and leachates. The book describes in detail, yet in a simple language, possibilities, advantages and shortcomings of geophysical methods. Case h...[Read More]
909 pages , Springer , 2017-06-11 This book focuses exclusively on the surgical patient and on the perioperative environment with its unique socio-technical and cultural issues. It covers preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative processes and decision making and explores both sharp-end and latent factors contributing to harm and poor quality outcomes. It is intend...[Read More]
324 pages , 2017-02-01 New Zealand's Rivers: An environmental history explores the relationship between New Zealanders and their rivers, explaining how they have arrived at a crisis point, where fresh water has become their most contested resource and many rivers are too polluted to swim in. Environmental historian Catherine Knight reveals that the tension between exploitation a...[Read More]