2013-01-08T08:00:00Z Regardless of our age, we all want to look and feel younger, healthier, and more alive. That's the goal of The Body Ecology Guide to Growing Younger: a holistic program that will redesign your relationship to your body and your life.
Expanding on the principles in the landmark bestseller The Body Ecology Diet, this long-awaited book provides...[Read More]
32 pages , Teacher Created Materials , 2015-09-20 Geosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere, and biosphereÂ—each of these spheres make up planet Earth. From deep below EarthÂ’s surface where metals are made to the thermosphere that protects our planet from harmful sunrays, travel through each layer of these spheres to see how every living thing is connected. In this engag...[Read More]
The phrase integrated constructed wetland (ICW) was invented in 1990 by Dr Rory Harrington who works for the Irish Department of Environment, Heritage and Local Government (Harrington and Ryder, 2002). The full definition of the ICW concept was published by Dr Rory Harrington in collaboration with Dr Miklas Scholz and his research group (The University of Edinburgh, UK) and Waterford County Counci...[Read More]
According to the Porter hypothesis, strict environmental regulations can induce efficiency and encourage innovations that help improve commercial competitiveness. The hypothesis was formulated by the economist Michael Porter in an article in 1995.
The hypothesis suggests that strict environmental regulation triggers the discovery and introduction of cleaner technologies and environmental improveme...[Read More]
256 pages , Harvard Business Press , 2017-04-11 Conventional wisdom today says that to survive, companies must move beyond incremental, sustaining innovation and invest in some form of radical innovation. "Disrupt yourself or be disrupted!" is the relentless message company leaders hear. The Power of Little Ideas argues there's a "third way" that is neither sustaining no...[Read More]
The Committee on Climate Change Science and Technology Integration was created as part of the Clear Skies Initiative in February 2002 by George W. Bush, as a Cabinet-level effort to coordinate climate change science and technology research.
The White House says:
"The Secretary of Commerce and Secretary of Energy will lead the effort, in close coordination with the President's Science Advisor. The ...[Read More]