This is a group in support of the use of 1080. We believe that the use of 1080 is currently an essential part of the campaign to protect our native wildlife. And until a more effective method is found, we will continue to support its use.
271 pages , Edward Elgar Publishing , 2000-01-01 "This volume brings together contributions from political scientists and environmental economists and will prove invaluable for academics, practitioners and policymakers interested in the experiences of countries where market-based instruments are well established."--BOOK JACKET.
290 pages , Oxford University Press , 2010 Case studies from technologists, engineers, natural and social scientists, and practitioners present multiple perspectives on sustainable development. Examples from both developing and developed countries, show how environment, development and sustainability intertwine to form an issue of truly global concern.
The Funds for Endangered Parrots (FbP) (German: Fonds fÃ¼r bedrohte Papageien) is a German non-governmental organisation (NGO) in the field of species conservation, which supports and operates projects worldwide for endangered parrot species.
159 pages , African Books Collective , 1998-01-01 There is a lack of materials on the enviroment in Botswana, and this handbook addresses that gap. In addition, enviromental education is being incorporated into the education system in Botswana. The authors, all from the Department of Enviromental Science at the University of Botswana, focus on the six issues identified i...[Read More]
234 pages , Taunton Press , 2010-01-01 With the cost of heating oil and electricity fluctuating wildly, consumers are clamoring for information on alternative energy. This source book covers all the relevant technologies, including solar space and water heating as well as photovoltaic electricity.
426 pages , Nova Science Pub Incorporated , 2011 This book examines the processes, costs and benefits associated with recycling. Topics discussed include the cost-effectiveness of recycling municipal solid waste; recycling industrial and urban wastes in tropical agricultural soils; the waste of electric and electronic equipment recycling; polymer waste pyrolysis; water r...[Read More]
Foundation for Africa is a Hungarian public benefit organization for development and aid created by a civil initiative. It was first registered in Hungary in 2002 and later in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in 2004. The main aims of the Foundation for Africa is to help development, aid and the forming of civil society through providing help in the fields of education, society and health care...[Read More]