232 pages , 2017-06 Sustainability policies shape the ways that society and the economy interact with the environment, natural resources, and ecosystems, and they address issues such as water, energy, food security, and climate change. These policies are complex and, at times, obscured by contestation, uncertainty, and sometimes ignorance. Ultimately, sustainability problems are...[Read More]
396 pages , CRC Press , 2020-07-01 Microbes are the most abundant organisms in the biosphere and regulate many critical elemental and biogeochemical phenomena. Because microbes are the key players in the carbon cycle and in related biological reactions, microbial ecology is a vital research area for understanding the contribution of the biosphere in global warming and th...[Read More]
280 pages , JHU Press , 2019-09-10 Renewable energy is often termed simply "green energy," but its effects on wildlife and other forms of biodiversity can be quite complex. While capturing renewable resources like wind, solar, and energy from biomass can require more land than fossil fuel production, potentially displacing wildlife habitat, renewable energy infrastructur...[Read More]
59 pages , Springer , 2018-11-05 This SpringerBrief focuses on the principles of ecotourism such as relevance of the field, origin, fundamental aspects, definitions, philosophy, implications in biodiversity conservation and environmental impacts. Special emphasis is also given to the interaction between ecotourism and education and it is supported by recent publications ...[Read More]
204 pages , iUniverse , 2007-12 Affecting millions of people worldwide, global warming is one of today's most timely and vital topics. It's an issue that's been studied, written about, and debated by scientists and lay people alike. But in Beyond Global Warming, engineer John Durbin Husher argues that we have an even bigger problem on our hands-and shows us what we need ...[Read More]
Edward Elgar Publishing , 2017-06-30 This Handbook assembles original contributions from influential authors such as Herman Daly, Paul Ekins, Marina Fischer-Kowalski, Jeroen van den Bergh, William E. Rees and Tim Jackson who have helped to define our understanding of growth and sustainability. The Handbook also presents new contributions on topics such as degrowth, the debt-base...[Read More]
The Perfect World Foundation (TPWF) is an international non-governmental organization founded in 2010, with the aims of animal and nature preservation and conservation. The organisation was founded by Ragnhild Jacobsson and Lars Valentin Jacobsson.
The Foundation's event "Save The Rhino" in Gothenburg in 2014 was the first ever large fundraising dinner in Scandinavia in favour of animals. 500 payi...[Read More]