304 pages , Greystone Books , 2009-05-01 In this extensively revised and enlarged edition of his best-selling book, David Suzuki reflects on the increasingly radical changes in nature and science â€” from global warming to the science behind mother/baby interactions â€” and examines what they mean for humankindâ€™s place in the world. The book begins by pr...[Read More]
We are a non-profit created in PerÃº with the aim of working to defend and preserve amazonian rainforests. We intend to achieve this, mainly, by reintroducing native vegetable species of the area.
Somos una asociaciÃ³n civil sin Ã¡nimo de lucro creada en PerÃº con el objetivo de trabajar por la defensa y la conservaciÃ³n de los bosques amazÃ³nicos. Pretendemos lograrlo, princi...[Read More]
488 pages , 2009 Describes the development of the topic seen primarily from a European point of view, but also in a wider perspective. Written by a group of Danish experts and edited to a comprehensive presentation.
208 pages , Wiley , 1996-06-19 Environmental Planning and Sustainability Edited by Susan Buckingham-Hatfield Brunel University College, London and Bob Evans South Bank University, London Environmental Planning and Sustainability critically assesses the concept of sustainability and the way in which it is used as a basis for environmental planning. The book, which brings ...[Read More]
381 pages , DEStech Publications, Inc , 2007 Attention: Stormwater managers, hydrologists, watershed managers, municipal water authorities, county conservation specialists. Here is a fully up-to-date book, by three leading experts, containing critical design tools for practical implementation of techniques to control and abate run-off and sediment from construction sites...[Read More]