2017-11-13T07:17:15Z An educational book that teaches kids about ecology and helps them explore the world of ecology and to learn about ecosystems and how they work and what goes in them. It's simple layout and easy to read definitions make this book an easy read for young children. The recommended age group for people reading this book is ages 9-11.
355 pages , The MIT Press , 1983 This book explores the extent to which pricing incentives such as charges on emissions; in contrast to regulatory standards, can be shaped into a practical policy that is technically effective, politically enactable, administratively enforceable, and equitable. It also compares he advantages and disadvantages of this approach to those tha...[Read More]
456 pages , Edward Elgar Publishing , 2015-04-30 The core focus of this timely volume is to ascertain how regional environmental law may contribute to the pursuit of global sustainable development. Leading scholars critically analyze the ways in which states may pool sovereignty to find solutions to
152 pages , 1995-01-01 "Residents and medical students," writes Janine C. Edwards, "need to know the economics of health care delivery and current patterns of delivery, especially managed care." In Medical Practice in the Current Health Care Environment, a distinguished group of contributors explain the settings in which medical care is currently being delivered, with the aim of...[Read More]