518 pages , CRC Press , 2019-11-04 This book provides a critical understanding of the challenges that exist in protecting the local and global environment through compliance efforts using existing environmental regulations. The best compliance measures with the most useful regulations from over 50 countries are surveyed and are combined with science-based quantitative an...[Read More]
? ? 1998 New Dimensions Foundation1998-10-01T07:00:00ZUSA Deep Ecologist George Sessions describes the need for our culture to awaken out of the superficial assumption that nature is for our pleasure and consumption, to honor the inherent value and rights of other species, and to take responsibility not to abuse our power for selfish ends.
Responsible Energy for European Regions (REFER) is an initiative that aims to support the role Europeâ€™s regions can play in climate protection by helping them develop and implement energy policies, which are based, among others, on a profound knowledge of the diverse smarter, cleaner and more efficient energy solutions that are available today.
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270 pages , Springer , 2016-04-29 This is a highly illustrated book with each landform being described with the following structure: (1) Main characteristics, including geometric, morphometric and sedimentological features. (2) Genetic processes and controlling factors. (3) Different typologies if applicable. (4) Additional comments related to various relevant aspects su...[Read More]
312 pages , John Wiley & Sons , 2009-03-12 This book provides a comprehensive introduction to all aspects of biological invasion by non-native species. Highlighting important research findings associated with each stage of invasion, Invasion Ecology provides an overview of the invasion process from transportation patterns and causes of establishment success to ecological...[Read More]
18 pages , International Monetary Fund , 1993-06-01 Environmental effects which were insignificant in the past, when the fewer concentrations of population or products of modern technology allowed the vast absorptive capacity of nature to act as a sink, are quite evident today--in the pollution of air or water, the overuse of potentially renewable fishing or forestry res...[Read More]