261 pages , Springer , 2015-10-26 The effectiveness of Education for Sustainable Development depends on the ability of schools and teachers to embrace pedagogies that reduce the gap between the rhetoric of education for the environment and the reality of classroom practices. This book responds to the need to better understand the nature of the relationships between agenc...[Read More]
2016-07-16T07:00:00Z O'Neill Public School 8th grade science class teaches about the ecology of their local area through easily understood character narration. Designed for elementary aged learners as a introduction to basic life science concepts dealing with ecology.
269 pages , Springer Science & Business Media , 2014-04-10 Reviews of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology attempts to provide concise, critical reviews of timely advances, philosophy and significant areas of accomplished or needed endeavor in the total field of xenobiotics, in any segment of the environment, as well as toxicological implications.
196 pages , 2013 This is the definitive handbook for the NEBOSH National Certificate in Environmental Management, with each element of the syllabus explained in detail, and all relevant legislation summarised for quick reference. Includes sample NEBOSH questions and case studies to aid learning Up to date and aligned with the revised specification Over 100 images, tables and dia...[Read More]
Natural farming is an ecological farming approach established by Masanobu Fukuoka (1913â€“2008), a Japanese farmer and philosopher, introduced in his 1975 book The One-Straw Revolution. Fukuoka described his way of farming as è‡ªç„¶è¾²æ³• (shizen nÅhÅ) in Japanese. It is also referred to as "the Fukuoka Method", "the natural way of farming" or "do-nothing farming". The ti...[Read More]
279 pages , Springer Science & Business Media , 2009-11-25 Carbon Sequestration in Forest Ecosystems is a comprehensive book describing the basic processes of carbon dynamics in forest ecosystems, their contribution to carbon sequestration and implications for mitigating abrupt climate change. This book provides the information on processes, factors and causes influencin...[Read More]
224 pages , Yale University Press , 2017-04-24 A pointed argument that citiesâ€”not nation-statesâ€”can and must take the lead in fighting climate change Climate change is the most urgent challenge we face in an interdependent world where independent nations have grown increasingly unable to cooperate effectively on sustainability. In this book, renowned politi...[Read More]
35 pages , The Stationery Office , 2010-07-08 The annual expenditure of Â£8 million of the Environment Agency on tackling diffuse water pollution of has, to date, had little impact. Looking forward, the development of River Basin Management Plans now offers an opportunity to target work by the Agency and others to improve water quality and tackle this complex problem. ...[Read More]