622 pages , Butterworth-Heinemann , 2018-03-08 Renewable Energy Powered Desalination Handbook: Applications and Thermodynamics offers a practical handbook on the use of renewable technologies to produce freshwater using sustainable methods. Sections cover the different renewable technologies currently used in the field, including solar, wind, geothermal and nuclear desal...[Read More]
250 pages , 2020 This book discusses the supervision of hybrid systems and presents models for control, optimization and storage. It provides a guide for practitioners as well as graduate and postgraduate students and researchers in both renewable energy and modern power systems, enabling them to quickly gain an understanding of stand-alone and grid-connected hybrid renewable sy...[Read More]
598 pages , Brooks/Cole Publishing Company , 2005 Master the study of ecology in the twenty-first century with FUNDAMENTALS OF ECOLOGY! Designed to educate a wide audience about ecological science, this biology text shows you the application of ecological principles in the real world and how to use what you learn to solve problems in fields such as resource management, c...[Read More]
ADZU Social Development Council includes an institute and three centers, with a common goal of bringing greater, peace, harmony, and integral human development to the diverse peoples served by Ateneo de Zamboanga University in Western Mindanao, Philippines.
Through its social development outreach, ADZU addresses the challenges presented by impoverished people, conflict, globalization, and climate ...[Read More]
340 pages , Associated University Presse , 1998 Green House Effect And Global Warming; Global Warming And Green House Policy Issues; Global Warming And Response Of Developed Countries; Global Warming And Response Of Developing Countries; Global Warming And International Cooperation; And Towards International Green House Agreement Are The Major Themes, Discussed In Simple...[Read More]
232 pages , University of Chicago Press , 2010-12-15 Ambitiously identifying fresh issues in the study of complex systems, Peter J. Taylor, in a model of interdisciplinary exploration, makes these concerns accessible to scholars in the fields of ecology, environmental science, and science studies. Unruly Complexity explores concepts used to deal with complexity in three ...[Read More]
487 pages , Hart Pub Limited , 2006 This volume of new essays presents critical new scholarship on law for sustainable development. Its contributors provide international and comparative perspectives on the current state of environmental law and its future directions. Aimed at both students and scholars in law and other social sciences, it goes beyond conventional descri...[Read More]