304 pages , Prestel Pub , 1999 Although many designers have succeeded in applying ecological or "green" design principles to architecture on the small scale, city centers remain an uncharted frontier when it comes to achieving integrated, ecologically responsive buildings. Architect Ken Yeang takes us an important step forward by addressing the challenge of making the sk...[Read More]
356 pages , Greenwood , 1971 Outgrowth of a conference organized by the Atlantic Council of the United States and the Battelle Memorial Institute, held Jan. 15-17, 1971, at the Dept. of State, Washington, D.C.
2009-10-13T07:00:00Z I see soil in a new light, and I wonder about my own lawn and garden. What have I sprinkled on my backyard? Is somebody using my home, my food, to recycle toxic waste? It seems unbelievable, outlandish -- but what if it's true?
A riveting expose, Fateful Harvest tells the story of Patty Martin -- the mayor of a small Washington town called Quincy -- who d...[Read More]
238 pages , 2020-12-12 In fact, energy consumption, environmental protection and economic growth belong to an organic whole. The development of industry plays an important part in the development of the national economy. Meanwhile the development of industry spends lots of energy and makes serious pollution. Energy is a important material basis of human survival, economic develo...[Read More]