269 pages , Univ of Pittsburgh Pr , 1998-08 Through a rigorous integration of policy and science, Robert Wilder suggests a much-improved second-generation governance of the oceans and coasts and proposes new ideas for resolving the environmental policy stalemate found within the U.S. government.
572 pages , Government Inst , 1996-06-01 Designed as a guide to hands-on, day-to-day environmental management, this book covers the 'nuts and bolts' technical and management aspects of environmental compliance in addition to the basic regulatory issues. Written in plain English, not legalese, this book details the historic, legal, and scientific background from most envi...[Read More]
176 pages , Edward Elgar Publishing , 2014-09-26 Ã¸The dynamism of science has been catalytic for human prosperity in recent history. Conventional perspectives of the ivory tower model of modern science are, however, rivalled by the failure of humanity to tackle global crises of an economic, environme
96 pages , Chelsea Green Publishing , 2007-09-05 Answers all of your recycling questions with a complete A-Z listing of everyday household items and how to recycle them. From old cell phones and E-waste to expired medicines and motor oil this little guide shows you where you can send your unwanted items and how you might make a bit of money while youâ€™re at it. Als...[Read More]
116 pages , BoD â€“ Books on Demand , 2012 Energy development is the effort to provide sufficient primary energy sources and secondary energy forms for supply, cost, impact on air pollution and water pollution, mitigation of climate change with renewable energy. Technologically advanced societies have become increasingly dependent on external energy sources for tran...[Read More]
A cardboard bicycle is a bicycle composed mostly or entirely of cardboard. Only prototypes have been made as of 2012. Reported benefits include low cost, and construction from recyclable and renewable materials. The low cost is also expected to act as a theft deterrent.