2014-10-30T07:00:00Z Urban Ecology: An Introduction seeks to open the reader's mind and eyes to the way in which nature permeates everyday urban living, and how it has to be understood, cared for, and managed in order to make our towns and cities healthier places to visit and in which to live and work. The authors examine how nature can improve our physical and mental health, the air we...[Read More]
283 pages , Psychology Press , 2003 Power is conventionally regarded as being held by social institutions. We are taught to believe that it is these social structures that determine the environment and circumstances of individual lives. In I Am Dynamite, the anthropologist Nigel Rappaport argues for a different view. Focusing on the lives and works of the writer and Ausc...[Read More]
Sustainable Population Australia (SPA) was established in Canberra in 1988 under the name Australians for an Ecologically Sustainable Population (AESP). The people who founded AESP felt that, since the major environmental groups were failing to address the issue of population numbers, a separate organisation was needed.
While SPA is primarily an environmental organisation, it also addresses the ...[Read More]
302 pages , Springer Science & Business Media , 2006-04-11 Environmental Management Accounting (EMA) is increasingly recognised as a distinguished tool of environmental management. It helps to integrate a company's environmental and business interests, whereby enhancing corporate eco-efficiency in terms of reducing environmental costs or making one's product more competi...[Read More]
Botany and Plant Ecology Society of La Trobe University brings together students interested in botany and plant ecology. The main aim of the club is to promote students' learning in those areas (expanding on knowledge and skills gained through coursework) by facilitating volunteering opportunities, and organizing workshops and citizen science projects with help and under guidance of academic staff...[Read More]
We, the people of Tanzania, are standing up for our national heritage. We love, care and respect our wildlife, and will working together to safeguard it as best we can. We are Tanzanians , For Wildlife. Pamoja Kwa Tanzania, Pamoja, Kwa Wanyama Yetu!
Mwalim Julius K. Nyerere,
mentioned in the Arusha Manifesto 1961:
"The survival of our wildlife is a matter of grave concern to all of us in Africa....[Read More]