128 pages , BoD – Books on Demand , 2018-08-01 We are more aware of the need to achieve sustainable development than ever before. It is fair to say that two of the most important factors affecting sustainability are the ways of both producing and using energy. In this sense, this book provides a forum to articulate and discuss energy management issues in the frame of a...[Read More]
276 pages , Springer Science & Business Media , 2012-12-06 The author, experienced in industry and academia, presents a set of 15 recent review essays which identify and examine critical current issues of environmental management. Topics covered include environmental accounting, economics and taxation, environmental audit and insurance, institutional and administrative f...[Read More]
120 pages , John Wiley & Sons , 2011-11-28 This translation of a German title, which was enthusiastically received by a wide audience, collects contributions by leading and well-known scientists in the area explaining the technical basics of photovoltaic, solar thermal energy, wind and water power as well as geothermal energy. In an easily accessible yet sober way, the b...[Read More]
The UK Native Seed Hub (UKNSH) is a project of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew's Millennium Seed Bank Partnership growing and distributing seeds of UK native plant species. It is in part a response to the 2010 report Making Space for Nature by Sir John Lawton. The project, located at Wakehurst Place, in West Sussex, in the High Weald of southern England (grid reference TQ340315), is dedicated to en...[Read More]
A place for Environmental individuals to connect locally and globally, while equally encouraging sharing, networking and connecting all "Elemental People"....
AKA- Those who love and share a passion for the environment and all it entails.
481 pages , Indiana University Press , 1998 Now in paperback! Making the Nonprofit Sector in the United States A Reader Edited with Introductions by David C. Hammack "Masterfully mining and sifting a four-century historical record, David Hammack has composed an extraordinarily valuable volume: a 'one-stop-shopping' sourcebook on the secular and religious origins and the ...[Read More]
Exploring the possibility of an Effective Environmentalism movement, on similar lines to Effective Altruism.
What are we about? Encouraging dialog. Keeping discussions constructive, productive, factual and respectful. We are about finding solutions and approaches to doing that, rather than advocating for specific solutions as a group.
If posting a link, please say why you're posting it. A summ...[Read More]
2008 One of the most daunting challenges facing science in the 21st Century is to predict how Earth's ecosystems will respond to global climate change. The global carbon cycle plays a central role in regulating atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) levels and thus Earth's climate, but our basic understanding of the myriad of tightly interlinked biological processes that drive the global carb...[Read More]
396 pages , Universal-Publishers , 2000 This dissertation examines the sociological process of conflict resolution and consensus building in South Florida Everglades Ecosystem Restoration through what I define as a Network Management Coordinative Interstitial Group (NetMIG). The process of conflict resolution can be summarized as the participation of interested and affec...[Read More]
232 pages , Edward Elgar Publishing , 2013 Half the worlds new electric generating capacity added each year from 2008 onwards has been renewable, mainly now in developing countries. So is the quarter-trillion dollars a year of private investment in modern renewable energy. Organizations like REN21 and Bloomberg New Energy Finance track exciting and accelerating recent pr...[Read More]