2016-04-21T07:00:00Z 'If there is one thing we can learn from John Ruskin, it is that each age must find its own way to beauty' writes Lars Spuybroek in The Sympathy of Things, his ground-breaking work which proposes a radical new aesthetics for the digital era.
Spuybroek argues that we must 'undo' the twentieth century and learn to understand the aesthetic insights o...[Read More]
Welcome. Ichnology is the study of tracks, trails, burrows, borings, and other traces of life activity. It is a diverse scientific field. Some ichnologists work on vertebrate footprints, others on invertebrate burrows or on plant roots; some research trace fossils while others examine the traces of modern organisms. Members of this group include professional scientists, scientists in training, and...[Read More]
100 pages , 1992 As the concept of integrated resource planning has spread among states and utilities, a reexamination of the role of renewable energy sources in the utility resource mix is taking place. This report documents the findings of a study of state regulatory commissions undertaken to: (1) help assess the state of knowledge and awareness about renewable energy resource...[Read More]
419 pages , Oxford University Press, USA , 2013 "A reader focused on the timely and vital subject of sustainability. It includes an interdisciplinary mix of public, academic, and scientific readings that go beyond inward-looking nature-writing anthologies currently on the market. Developed for the first-year composition market, the reader also provides students with the ...[Read More]
The objectives of the Mid Island Farmersâ€™ Institute, enshrined in the 1897 Farmers' and Women's Institute Act, are:
A. to improve conditions of rural life
B. to promote the theory and practice of agriculture
C. to arrange on behalf of its members for the purchase, distribution or sale of commodities, supplies or products.