448 pages , Routledge , 2013-09-13 On its first publication 10 years ago, Natural Capitalism rocked the world of business with its innovative new approach - an approach that fused ecological integrity with business acumen using the radical concept of natural capitalism. This 10th-anniversary edition features a new Introduction by Amory B. Lovins and Paul Hawken which upd...[Read More]
360 pages , Federation Press , 2005-01 Environmental Management Processes and Practices describes the main approaches to environmental management that come from the social sciences.Ian Thomas provides an understanding of the systems and processes that are used to guide the more technical elements of environmental management. He uses uncomplicated examples of environmenta...[Read More]
266 pages , University of Texas Press , 1999 For business and environmental professionals looking to sort through the latest trends in environmental management systems. Sustaining Environmental Management Success is the essential guide to the latest practices and trends driving environmental management in business today. The authors, experts in this field, provide a thor...[Read More]
236 pages , Routledge , 2017-11-13 The Great Lakes Basin in North America holds more than 20 percent of the world's fresh water. Threats to habitats and biodiversity have economic, political, national security, and cultural implications and ramifications that cross the US-Canadian border. This multidisciplinary book presents the latest research to demonstrate the interco...[Read More]
394 pages , Berghahn Books , 2009 Today human ecology has split into many different sub-disciplines such as historical ecology, political ecology or the New Ecological Anthropology. The latter in particular has criticised the predominance of the Western view on different ecosystems, arguing that culture-specific world views and human-environment interactions have been la...[Read More]
53 pages , World Bank Publications , 1998 As environmental protection is attracting increasing political attention and public support, many developing countries are designing and putting into practice environmental institutions. This study analyzes the experience of several OECD countries in order to identify factors that influence the role and success of environmental m...[Read More]
130 pages , National Academies Press , 1996-04-12 This book provides the National Academy of Sciences' 1995 review of the technology development program for the remediation of the Department of Energy's weapons complex facilities. It makes scientific, technical, and programmatic recommendations to strengthen technology development within DOE and ensure that it meet its g...[Read More]
134 pages , Tata Energy Research Institute , 1999 This Book Broadly Covers The Various Aspects Of Developmental Planning And Discusses The Methodologies That Are Being Adopted By Different Agencies For Preparing Environmental Management Plans For Different Regions. Shortcomings In Currently Prevalent Methodologies, The Difficulties Envisaged While Preparing Such Plans, A...[Read More]
2017-07-06 Prepare your students for success and provide a well-rounded learning experience. This resource emphasizes critical and analytical thinking skills, increasing students' ability to reason from an international perspective. Matched to the latest Cambridge syllabus, this text prepares students for exams and beyond.
Environmental Security and Environmental Management: The Role of Risk Assessment Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workhop on The Role of Risk Assessment in Environmental Security and Emergency Preparedness in the Mediterranean Region, Held in Eilat, Israel, April 15-18, 2004
325 pages , Springer Science & Business Media , 2006 Addresses unique and emerging areas, and provides quantitative tools for addressing environmental security. Advances application and science of risk assessment and field and application of multi criteria decision analysis.