The Implications Of The Enhanced Greenhouse Effect

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1.0 Introduction The greenhouse effect (GHE) is the term used to describe the barrier against loss of heat from the sun, in order to warm the earth. Without this process the Earth’s temperature would be approximately -19°C, which would make the Earth almost inhabitable (Smithson et al, 2008). This report will focus on the ...

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Known Effects Of Climate Change Focus

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Climate Change is "any change in the global climate system, over time, whether due to natural variability or as a result of human activity." What are the effects of climate change, at different scales, and relative to the merits of prevention, mitigation and adaptation of anthropogenic climate change? Introduction As the Stern Review concludes, " ...

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The Water Pollution In Malaysia

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CHAPTER 1 Water is essential to life requirements and more than 70 percent of earth’s surface is covered by water. Most of organisms can survive longer without food but cannot survive if without water. Water is one of our most valuable resources (Richard Stapleton, 2004). All living organisms require water to sustain life and human ...

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Chemical Structure Of Organochlorine

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There are a wide variety of tools available for pest control in residential environments, including the use of chemical pesticides as well as various non-chemical techniques. Broadly defined, a pesticide is any substance or mixture of substances intended to kill, repel, or control certain forms of plant or animal life that are considered to ...

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Saudi Arabia Future Investments Opportunities

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"…There are good prospects for agricultural investments. We expect more investments in the near future. Agriculture is one of the lucrative areas for investments because there is growing demand for food…" Dr. Fahd Balghunaim, Minister of Agriculture The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, February 2013 The growing its population, with its increasing need for energy and ...

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Municipal Solid Waste Msw

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CHAPTER 1 Municipal solid waste (MSW) is defined as household waste, commercial solid waste, non-hazardous sludge, conditionally exempt, small quantity hazardous waste and industrial solid waste. MSW includes food waste, rubbish from residential areas, commercial and industrial wastes and construction and demolition debris (Valkenburg et al., 2008). Waste can be group into two which are ...

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Introduction To Organic Semiconductors

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CHAPTER 1 The objective of the project is to understand the charge transport process in organic semiconductors by studying photocurrent and noise in Bulk Hetero Junction Polymer Solar Cells for varying trap distributions and mobility edges, implemented using the Kinetic Monte Carlo technique. Introduction to Organic Semiconductors An organic semiconductor is an organic material with ...

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The Sustainability In Hospitality Industry

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HOTEL COLLEGE William F. Harrah College of Hotel Administration HMD 376D SUSTAINABILITY IN HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY Individual Assignment – Strategies for Sustainable Management in the Hospitality/Tourism Industry Document Title: How should hotels deal with solid waste? Rebel 14 Name: Xin Renkai Contact: +65 9270 8954 Email: [email protected] Due date: 25th April 2013 Submitted to: A. Prof ...

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Based On Chemical Composition

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Pollution can be defined as any undesirable change in the physical, chemical and biological characteristic of air, water or land that may or will harmfully affect human life or that of desirable species, our industrial processes, living conditions and cultural assets. 5.1.2 Classification of pollutants Generally a pollutant is classified as biodegradable and non-biodegradable.Biodegradable pollutants ...

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Analysis Of The Major Types Of Water Quality

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Shah Murtaza Rashid Al Masud Najran University Address (Najran, Saudi Arabia) [email protected] _________________________________________________________________________________ ABSTRACT— ­­­The expert system (ES) proposed in this paper is able to easily identify the major types of water quality and make appropriate recommendations according to the users’ needs for bottle drinking water, sea water, and even for irrigation water. Although ...

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The Decorative Elements Guidelines

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In the case of George Town, the drainage guidelines suggested that proper drainage should be provided at the building perimeter to ensure that water does not splash against a building or foundation walls nor drain towards the building. In the case of Springfield, the rainwater drainage guidelines suggest inspecting the spout at least twice a ...

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Marketing Green Energy In Mauritius

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In this paper I am explaining the scope, the demand and the use of green energy in Mauritius, its marketing and how it affects the global market. Now a day not only in Mauritius all the countries biggest problem is the energy and its consumption; mostly the electricity, the basic needed form of all the ...

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Necessity For Sustainability In Developing Countries

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Sustainable construction is the application of sustainable development practices to construction, which can have big impact on the quest for a sustainable built environment (Asad and Khalfan, 2007). With high environmental standards the sustainable constructions are designed and constructed and thereby these minimise the requirements in energy, reduce water Consumption, and using the materials which ...

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Why Sustainable Housing Is Important

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Each year, the developed countries become more conscious of the need for environmentally friendly housing. And be aware of the problems regarding sustainability. Society, environment and economy are the major three dimensions to sustain the quality of justice, education, recreation and participation by the community and in short to ease the life of an individual. ...

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Sustainability Practices In Pakistans Downstream Petroleum Sector

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In today’s competitive environment companies are working to maximize their shareholders wealth. But that’s not the only thing which is important. We have one world to live where we have scarce resources and one clean environment where we can breathe, so there is a need of sustainability development. Through sustainability, organizations are not only survive ...

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Commentary On The Evolution

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Abstract Reference Number: A789 Introduction Corporations throughout the world are changing their outlook towards business. Sustainability as a concept has gained much importance among business concerns. Apart from the social and economic dimensions, the concept encompasses environmental responsibility and responsible management of resource use. The Brundtland Commission Report defines sustainable development as "Development that meets ...

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Post Combustion Co2 Capture

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Introduction The Nobel Prize winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) said that if we want to avoid the worst effects of the climate change for us and for our future generation, then the global emission of CO2 from the fossil fuel fired power stations should be reduced from 50-80% within 2050 (project, 2008). ...

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Information Technology For The Mining Industry

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India’s numerous technology research institutes are working on energy related R&D. However, there is a possibility that they are operating in a fragmented fashion. The Government may get improved recoveries on its investment by concentrating on few important technology areas. To start with focus may be applied for tighter emission standards and development of technologies ...

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The Methane Fluxes In Rice Cultivation Areas

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Introduction Anthropogenic methane source include activities in agriculture, transportation, energy, industry and waste. Methane emissions from agricultural sources are projected to be 3135.75 MtCO2eq per annum and are the highest anthropogenic source of methane emissions. In other words, 50.63% of anthropogenic methane emissions are released as a result of agricultural activities. Agricultural methane emissions range ...

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Working Sites And Soil Sampling

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Hounkpatin Ozias PhD. Research Proposal, February 2013. Institute of Crop Science and Resource Conservation (INRES) – Soil Science University of Bonn Supervisor: Prof. Wulf Amelung Tutor: Dr. Ingrid Rosendahl Introduction Soils play a vital role as being a medium for plant growth and providing essential ecosystem services. In addition, soils contain the largest pool of ...

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The Renewable Energy Strategy

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The Energy White Paper of 2003 presented the UK government's new energy policy which would consolidate that ''energy, the environment and economic growth are properly and sustainably integrated''. To begin with, taking into account the fact that Energy is a very long term investment, the achievement of any goals was set to the checkpoint of ...

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The Genetic Engineering Approach

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An insight into Bioremediation Wang Luhao Singapore Management University http://www.alabastercorp.com/Bioremediation%20Microbial%20Waste%20Water%20Pollution1.gifhttp://affordabletankrentals.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/bioremediation.jpg Table of contents Bioremediation at a glance 2 The importance of bioremediation 3 Strategies of site clean-up in bioremediation 7 Personal thoughts of the future of bioremediation 9 Reflections 10 Bioremediation at a glance. Bioremediation is been described as the technology [1] that utilizes biological agents, such ...

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Coral Reefs How Are They Formed

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BASTARD Marc Intechmer English Part 1: 1,500 words Essay question: Coral reefs- how are they formed? Where are they found? How does Global Warming affect coral reefs? How can we help preserve them? Describe their formation, outlining the stages. You can use diagrams to accompany this if you wish. List and describe in detail, ...

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Disposing Of Large Amounts Of Waste

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Group: Group A Module Title: Skills for Study 1 Assessment Title: Final Essay Assignment Title: Discuss the problems associated with disposing of large amounts of waste and identify effective ways of reducing the waste societies produce. Student ID Number: T0006256 Student Name: Son Ngoc Le Date of Submission: 29-11-2012 Word count: Waste disposal is an ...

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Food Waste Treatment Technology In Singapore

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Municipal solid waste (MSW) volumes from modern societies have increased over the years. The annual generation of foodwaste in Singapore was 542,700 tons in 2006 and reached about 570,000 tons in the year 2008 (NEA, 2009). Proper treatment and management of food waste is a challenge faced by any developing nation as untreated and unmanaged ...

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Contents Biodiesel Production From Algae

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Chapter 1 1- Introduction Motivation As petroleum prices increases and the pressure of environmental concern in reducing greenhouse gas emission that causes global warming, the race is on to develop a renewable energy source that is economically viable. Currently the world very much depends on fossil fuel as the main transportation fuel, for example United ...

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Risk Assessment Of A Ruptured Natural Gas

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The main purpose of activating this report is to assess the environmental impact due to rupture of a natural gas pipeline, we will have the chance to deal with the (CNG) compressed natural gas. Therefore (CNG) could cause several risks resulting of the possibility of rupture of a pipeline by leading the dispersion for such ...

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Consumer Rights In India

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CHAPTER 5 Abstract We can have a healthy life only if we are taking pure water. Since the water available to us is not so pure and safe, we cannot imagine a life without a water purifier. The present paper attempts to study the literature related to the performance of water purifiers in India. The ...

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Fire Tube Boilers Water Tube Boilers

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Fire tube boilers have a series of straight tubes which are situated inside an outer shell filled with water. Water tube boilers have diversely bent and complex tubes which are extended between an upper head namely streams drum and lower heads. The hot combustion gases flow via the tubes heating the water around the tube. ...

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Global And Local Issue Of Climate Change

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On January 19, 2005, in Kobe, Japan, global scientists agreed that climate change is "the single most important threat to the planet's survival." (Crichton 2005) An increasing group of experts concurs that the climate is changing and a main influence is being provided by human activity. Apart from this fact, another worrying hypothesis is that ...

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Physical Properties Of Water

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INTRODUCTION WATER The substance with chemical formula of H2O is known as Water. Two hydrogen and one oxygen atoms are linked by covalent bonding. At room conditions, it is liquid  and also exists in solid and gaseous state depending upon conditions. Near hydrophilic surfaces, it also exists in liquid crystal state.[1][2] About 71% of Earth surface is water,[3] and ...

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Community Biodiversity Registers Community Biodiversity Registers

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The history of Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary at Bharatpur illustrates an excellent example of the significance and relevance of people's knowledge. After years and years of research, conclusion was drawn to exclude buffalo grazing in that habitat of aquatic birds and well accepted by the government with its up gradation to National Park in 1982. ...

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The Freeway System On Transportation Planning

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Transportation helps shape an area’s economic health and quality of life. Not only does the transportation system provides for the mobility of people and goods, it also influences patterns of growth and economic activity by providing access to land. The role of transportation planning is to identify and understand these influences and relationships such as ...

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The Great Fire Of London In 1666

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This will be an open ended analysis of the use of fire as a design tool, both in Art and Architecture. The mitigation and control of fire within the built environment and also the use of wood and timber within the built environment. Analysis of how these study areas and how fire relates to architecture ...

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Two Thirds Of The Earth Is Surrounded By Water

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Wetlands with a share of 0.0001 % among the global water sources include swamps, marshes, bogs and similar areas and are an important and vital component of the ecosystem (IUCN, 1996). A wide variety of wetlands exist across the continents because of regional and local differences in hydrology, vegetation, water chemistry, soils, topography, climate and ...

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Background Of Global Warming

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Benjamin Enright Period 6 Global Warming Imagine living on a planet that is ten degrees warmer then Earth; where more than seventy five percent of the surface is water, and where there are constant, ferocious storms destroying the landscape. This is what Earth would be like if global warming rates continued to rise. ...

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The Cement Production Process

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Cement is one of the most commonly used and important building material around the world. The total cement production around the globe back in 1991 was 1.145 billion tones, the majority of which came from large cement plants with capacities ranging from 2,000 to 20,000 tones per day and was transported to the location of ...

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The Notion Of Food Security

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The issue of feeding an increasing population has been a major concern throughout the past, continues to be in the present and will become more acute in the future. Food Security is a term that has been associated with the need to feed populations, however reasons for the need to raise concern and heighten the ...

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Reformation The Flood Control System

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Ryan Epperson Sustainable Cities March 25th, 2013 Floods are among the most devastating natural hazards in the world. They are among the most frequent and are often very costly natural disasters in terms of human and economic loss. As a result, mankind has developed different means to attempt to control flooding and limit the negative ...

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Conceptual And Operational Definitions

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INTRODUCTION Nowadays, the global have a growing concern on environmental issues caused by global energy consumption. The environmental problems such as global warming and climate change were threats to the environment and biodiversity. All countries are spurred efforts to reduce energy consumption. Many researchers pointed out that changing life style is important to reduce the ...

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Why Is Biofuel Seaweed Preferable

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Our pivotal goals in this study are: we try to make people aware that seaweed is an excellent candidate for next generation green fuel, at the same time help more people form the awareness that it is time to reduce dependency on fossil fuel and to find new type of biofuel, and hopefully, this would ...

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The Discussion Of Current Issues

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Petroleum is one of the fossil fuels which are produced from a microorganism called anaerobic digestion. Petroleum is made from hydrocarbon which is combination of carbon and hydrogen. It is one of the non-renewable energy because it takes long time to produce. Fossil fuel which takes long time to produce formed from any dead organism ...

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Political Risk And The Petroleum Industry

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Introduction There are a lot of risks involved in the petroleum industry. Such risks involve, geological risk i.e. the possibility of hydrocarbon discovery, the amount in the reserves as well as environmental risk. Like many other industries, production cost and calculating the price of the finished product also poses a lot of risk in the ...

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Spatial Interpolation Estimation Techniques

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In case of environmental variables, it is observed that they vary abruptly with often strong fluctuations over short distances (Trangmar et al. 1985; Warrcik et al. 1986). Whatever may be the cause of change, the link between spatial dimension and variability of an attribute of interest can be a useful tool for detecting the spatial ...

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The Environmental Protections Agency

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Mount Airy, MD History Pollutants of concern for Mount Airy Carbon Dioxide Lead Mercury Local information Potential stakeholders Residents Local Government Farmers Local Business owners Health effects Welfare effects Potential solution to problem History of Mount Airy In the early part of the 1800’s, around the 1830’s to be exact there was a settlement of ...

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Environmental Accounting And Reporting In India

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In the Past decades there has been a huge demand on financial and economic data about environment and natural resources. However there was a inconsistency that civilizing environmental performance is often advocated as remedying defects in a company's assessment of their own self-interest. Environmental Accounting plays an significant role in providing the needed ...

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The Solar Companys In Germany Solar Energy

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Companies across the globe continuously find better and more efficient ways to produce and distribute solar energy. There are also product companies that strive to develop solar powered technologies. Below are the topten companies in the world that work to produce solar powered materials. 1) Q-Cell– A German company that is considered the largest manufacturer ...

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Carbon Footprint For Food Products

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1.0 Introduction 1.1 Background Food industry, being one of the world’s largest industrial sectors, consumes a tremendous amount of energy. Thus, greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions have increased greatly and this has resulted in one of the most serious problem nowadays; the global warming (Roy et al., 2009). There has been an important increase in the ...

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Switzerland Current Energy Portfolio

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1.0 Introduction Global warming is no doubt a serious threat to human existence because of its terrific consequences on climate change. Although at the centre of climate change are human activities which triggered the volume as well as concentration of emissions from greenhouse gases (GHG) such as carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), nitrous oxide (NO2) ...

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Scenario Of Coal Reserves Worlwide

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ABSTRACT Coal has been the primary source of energy since the beginning and yet there is no alternative for coal. It has been seen that from the past few years there has occurred the changes in the pattern of coal trade around the globe. This recent change can be seen after the economic slowdown that ...

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The Use Of Wireless Sensor Networks

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INTRODUCTION AND LITERATURE REVIEW INTRODUCTION: Crop growing is the moral fibre of the country of India. This creates jobs and engages about six hundred community; it also contributes the one third of the GDP of country. Large area of land under cultivation is necessary and its development is equally important using recent instruments and equipments, ...

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Atomic Structure And The Periodic Table

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1.1 Explain how Mendeleev: a) arranged the elements, known at that time, in a periodic table by using properties of these elements and their compounds b) used his table to predict the existence and properties of some elements not then discovered Year 9 Describe some simple generalisations about the characteristics of groups of elements based ...

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Climate And Energy Package

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Some directives of HD and WFD could support each other due to some aims of both Directves are the same.(Beunen, R., W. van der Knaap & R. Biesbroek, 2009) The River Basin Management Plans of WFD must include measures of the HD.(European commission,2011) Trade-offs: The measures for improving the water quality may become ...

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Nuclear Power In Uk

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[Student Number] [Institute’s Name] Nuclear Power in UK: Critical Analysis: Nuclear power is the most significant source of energy generation and nuclear fission in the world. It contributes 5.7% and 13% of world’s energy and electricity respectively. It is yet a powerful source of energy but also prejudiced strongly by various organizations such as Greenpeace ...

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Fire Education In The United Arab Emirates

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ABSTRACT This research study was established in order to determine the importance of fire safety education to UAE public and its implementation. The researcher conducted a qualitative investigation on how fire education has been developed and carried out in the Unites States of America (USA) and the United Kingdom (UK) with an objective of determining ...

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The Largest Contributor To Global Co2 Emissions

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The volume of waste generated and problems with safe disposal make coal combustion by-products a menace to public health and environment. The rate of CCPs generation has been steadily increasing and is also predicted to ascend in the next two decades, mainly due to the intensification in coal usage for energy production (WEC, 2007). The ...

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Environmental Legal Framework And Tourism Industry

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Abstract In the present scenario tourism is the fastest and largest growing economic sector in the world. The social, cultural and economic existence of people is affected by the balance between the tourism industry and the environment. Hence, if, unplanned tourism can result in social, cultural, and economic disturbance and can have an annihilating effect ...

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Challenges In Implementation Of Tidal Energy

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Like many other renewable and non- renewable energy sources, tidal power has its own challenges at the local, national, and global levels. However, tidal power generation requires more sacrifices of local communities, especially when the project scale is big. In spite of the project benefits that could reducing carbon dioxide emission and green technology it ...

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Integrated Land Use And Transport Policy

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An integrated lane use and transport policy develop to encourage compact mixed use development with existing urban and sub urban areas, improve walkability, and transit service quality supported with limiting disperse automobile development at city outskirts and along major arterials (Network 2002). This will help in creating more livable cities with land use pattern most ...

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Problematic Relationship Of Tourism Development

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ABSTRACT Tourism protects and maintains the natural and cultural resources of the country, helps in avoidance of migration of the local population, and brings about improvement in the economic and socio cultural level of the local community. It serve as a tool to financial protection of natural areas and increase their economic importance and raise ...

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Producing Biodiesel From Soybeans

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Vasu Addanki Ravi Teja Pennada Bio-Fuels Team Project Report The report provides details regarding the assessment of the energy needs of the group. This includes heating and powering the homes, cooking food, heating/purifying water, running vehicles, working a 30 acre farm and other miscellaneous needs. This report also explains how these energy needs can be ...

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Clean Abundant Fresh Water

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Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND Ensuring the availability of clean, abundant fresh water for human use is among the most important issues facing both developed and developing countries. "More than one billion people in the world lack access to clean water, and things are getting worse. Over the next two decades, the average supply of water ...

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Inter Calibration And Validation Of Atmospheric Ozone

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Introduction Ozone (O3) is so rare in the atmosphere (there are only about three ozone molecules per 10 million air molecules) that if it was brought down to the Earth’s surface and compressed to standard temperature and pressure, it would form a layer about as thick as a small coin. In spite of this, the ...

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Encouraging The Use Of Economic Fluorescent Bulbs

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Unfortunately there are no noticeable signs that the price of most materials used for making electricity such as oil, petrol and coal will decrease. The alternative therefore prospected by many countries is green electricity. Green electricity is electricity coming from renewable systems that will not produce byproducts affecting the environment such as smoke, fumes and ...

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Planning Of Natural Gas From Cyprus

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Abstract In this research, the potentials of natural gas found in Cyprus will be introduced. The recently discovered natural gas reserves offshore in Cyprus, appears to be getting closer into the European markets. A part of it will be used for the production of electricity and other usages in Cyprus, but the major part will be ...

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Co2 Emissions In The Uk Karen Aguilera

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In the past decade climate change has been a hot topic, the debate on the causes has calmed down more recently and there is a general consensus that ‘Greenhouse’ gas (GHG) emissions must be mitigated to slow the effects of our changing climate. According to the UNEP (2013) climate change mitigation is the specific ...

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The Development Electrification In Ghana

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I.D. STUDENT: 120022752 PROGRAMME: MBA. International Mineral Resource Management COURSE: ...

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Non Renewable Energy Resources

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A nonrenewable energy source is a type of energy source which is somewhat restricted in supply. These energy sources may be copious, but, they cannot be created or generated rapidly than they are used up. Apart from they being limited, their mining also has dire consequences on our environment. 1. FOSSIL FUELS Fossil fuels principally ...

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Saving Water In Garden Areas

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Most of the energy used by hotels is used for space and lighting in the whole hotel. Normally, space heating represent the majority use of natural gas in hotels and motels. However, each facility’s energy profile is different, so these charts are not representative of all lodging facilities. Hotel and motel energy use will ...

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Introduction To The Ecological

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Ecology is the scientific study of interactions of organisms with one another and with the physical and chemical environment. Although it includes the study of environmental problems such as pollution, the science of ecology mainly involves research on the natural world from many viewpoints, using many techniques. Modern ecology relies heavily on experiments, both in ...

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Combined Water Supply Scheme

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Water scarcity emerged us an important challenge for Tamil Nadu in future. Global discourse suggests that Tamil Nadu can respond to the water scarcity by adopting integrated water resources management. It is a package of best practices for improved water resources management with strong-emphasis on demand-side management. The total water potential of Tamil Nadu is ...

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Malaysia Trade Export And Import

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On PROJECT REPORT SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR THE DEGREE OF (MASTER IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) TO GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY BY HR- A (SEM-4) ( Group – 4) PARUL INST. OF MGMT & RESEARCH DIRECTORATE OF DEPARTMENT PIMR VADODARA Overview Malaysia is well gifted with both conventional (non-renewable) and non-conventional (renewable) sources of ...

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The Wind Generation Analysis

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Case Study: Wind Generation Analysis Global Perspective Case Study: Wind Generation Analysis With average temperatures rising across the globe, drastic measures will need to be taken to limit the amount of global warming present (Houghton 2007). "More than 100 countries have adopted a global warming limit of 2 °C or below", and there has been much ...

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Nuclear Fuel Cycle Layout

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INTRODUCTION TO NUCLEAR ENGINEERING PROPOSAL – NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGY EXHIBIYION NAME ID COURSE YEAR/SEMESTER DAVIN A/L SUGUMAR 0908137 ME Year 4 Semester3 WONG SU HSIEN 0906412 ME Year 4 Semester3 JOSHUA LAU YEW LUNG 0907302 ME Year 4 Semester3 YUI CHENG HANG 0907586 ME Year 4 Semester3 Bachelor (Hons) of Mechanical Engineering Faculty of Engineering and ...

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Management In The Hospitality Tourism Industry

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This report looks into the sustainable management, especially at solid waste pollution in local restaurants/bars and state the current impact solid waste pollution caused to the already land scarce Singapore. Solid waste (SolidWaste) can be defined as useless and unwanted products in the solid state derived from the activities and discarded by society. It ...

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Important Gases Of Air Resources

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Introduction The atmosphere around us is a blanket of air and this blanket of air constitute of various gasses. Together these gases form Air Resources. Air is an essential gas without which life on earth will become impossible as it contains substances which are essential for living organisms like human beings, plants and animals. Definition ...

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A Tool For Attaining Sustainable Development

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Of the 148 Parties to the Kyoto Protocol,' more than 100 were developing countries. These developing countries ratified the Kyoto Protocol to the United Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) [1] for varying reasons. For example, the small island developing states of Palau and the Marshall Islands are Parties to the Kyoto Protocol because they wanted to ...

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The History Of Edible Landscaping

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Bridget Bell Professor James Neuenfeldt BIO 100 Honors Project Edible Landscaping Imagine yourself driving down a quaint neighborhood street.  You pass by lawn after beautifully manicured lawn, when suddenly, towards the end of the block, you spy a yard akin to the Garden of Eden.  It is complete with ripe fruits and veggies of the ...

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Water Pollution Caused By Cruise Lines

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As the cruise tourism industry continues its rapid growth, its impacts grow accordingly. Pollutants generate by these cruise ships daily includes black water, gray water, solid waste, hazardous waste and oily bilge water. Ballast water is also released into the oceans. These waste streams not only caused negative consequences on the marine life and resulted ...

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Perception Of Cemetery Location And Issues

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1University of Bucharest, Centre for Environmental Research and Impact Studies, 1 Nicolae Bălcescu, 010041, Bucharest, Romania, Tel/fax (+40)2103103872, [email protected], [email protected]; 2Swiss Federal Research Institute of Forest, Snow and Landscape (WSL), Landscape Dynamics, Zürcherstrasse 111, CH-8903 Birmensdorf, Switzerland, Tel (+41)447392515, [email protected], [email protected]; 3University of Bucharest, Department of  Regional Geography and Environment; Transdisciplinary Research Center Landscape - ...

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The Copper River Delta Estuary

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Abstract Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha), also known as king salmon, are a crucial part of the economy and play a large role culturally. The Copper River fishery is one of the largest areas for harvesting Chinook salmon in the state of Alaska and shows a long history of the social importance of this species. Within ...

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Location Of The Dam

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Contents 1.1 Abstract All nations in the world have been developing with some the help of technology. Developing nations would like to use the available resources effectively, but there are always negative impacts along with it. Usually countries would want to progress faster using the water resources effectively. Heavy structures like highways, dams, airports are ...

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Solar Power Wind Power Hydroelectric Power

02 Nov 2017

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SOLAR POWER WIND POWER HYDROELECTRIC POWER 1. Sun light is free. 1. Wind is free. 1. Water is free. 2. Sunlight is abundantly present in hotter areas but there is day light every day and everywhere. 2. Wind is not abundant everywhere, some areas might not have any wind at all. 2. Rivers are ...

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Primary Fuels For Electricity Generation Fuel Substitution

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What qualitative parameters might be considered in future energy price scenarios – take the year 2025 and list, with a brief explanation, the parameters you consider should be included. Which of these can you reasonably quantify? (Attempt to identify at least five parameters). Do you agree with this specific aspect of Godet’s proposition? Why or ...

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The Economy Benefit Of Ski Tourism

02 Nov 2017

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[Type the document title] [Type the document subtitle] Executive Summary The economy benefit of ski tourism has spurred many developments of ski resorts around the world. Content Page Executive Summary Introduction Ecosystem Impacts Building and Infrastructure Ski Lift and Ski Piste Snowmaking Environmental Impacts Building and Infrastructure Ski Lift and Ski Piste Snowmaking Socio-economic Impacts ...

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The Current Political And Technological Drivers

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Introduction Carbon dioxide is found in the earth’s atmosphere. It is organic in nature and can be produced through decomposition of organic compounds, respiration and combustion of compounds containing carbon. The atmospheric levels of emission of carbon dioxide have increased steadily over the years since the onset of the industrial revolution. Significant climatic changes are ...

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Worlds Marine And Coastal Environment

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Introduction In recent years, there has been an increase in the use of marine spatial planning (henceforth MSPs) as a tool to protect the world’s marine and coastal environment. However there has been little research done to look into any conflicts which maybe caused through implementing these strategies, this assignment examines how these procedures ...

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The Role Relationship With The Private Sector

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Introduction The key driver for regeneration within the UK, is through the process of identifying and addressing urban decline, which is often associated with changes in the social, economic, environmental and physical conditions within a defined geographical area. There have been a number of methodological approaches used to investigate the causes of such decline, which ...

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Environmental And Social Impacts Of Mining

02 Nov 2017

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Possibly the most significant impact of a mining project is its effects on water quality and Its availability. Often mining activities lead to the contamination of ground water which becomes not only un-potable but also becomes hazardous to the marine and the other species dependent on it for their exiatance. Acid mine drainage and ...

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Coral Reefs Having Challenges With Cruise Liners

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HOTEL COLLEGE William F. Harrah College of Hotel Administration HMD 376D SUSTAINABILITY IN HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY "Coral Reefs Having Challenges with Cruise Liners" GROUP ASSIGNMENT – Individual Project (Proposal) Rebel 14 Name: Rachel Lim Hui Min Due date: 18th April 2014 Submitted to: A. Prof Madeleine Cheah Hevera Table of Contents Executive Summary Cruise is a ...

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Carbon Dioxide Emission By Source Sector

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Introduction Carbon dioxide is found in the earth’s atmosphere. It is organic in nature and can be produced through decomposition of organic compounds, respiration and combustion of compounds containing carbon. The atmospheric levels of emission of carbon dioxide have increased steadily over the years since the onset of the industrial revolution. Significant climatic changes are ...

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The Lighting Efficiency Methods

02 Nov 2017

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Energy_efficiency : Energy saving compact fluorescent light bulb glowing on green background BACKGROUND In the call of the Carbon Trust Applied Research and Incubator schemes for proposals on Low Carbon Technologies, APASI Energy Company LTD is pleased to submit a project proposal for your funding consideration. The Carbon Trust Applied Research and Incubator schemes has ...

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Hotel Industrys Water Consumption

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The fast growing tourism industry has brought about increasing demand for the water supplies, particularly in the hospitality establishments such as the hotel properties. Globally, water is used at a rate whereby it is being treated as an unlimited natural resources. Ironically, although, consumption of water in the hospitality industry is relatively lower ...

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F The Use Of The Cork Lough

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Health Risk Assessment of the use of the Cork Lough for kayaking Siobhán Claire Hughes Module Code: EH6032 Environment and Health Referencing System: Harvard April 15th 2013 Introduction The Cork Lough is located in the Southern suburbs of Cork city. It covers six hectares and is approximately 0.2 – 1.5 metres in depth. Fed by ...

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The Concept Of Climate Change Adaptation

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This section starts by suggesting some definitions of some of the key concepts regarding climate adaptation. The following theoretical discussion of adaptation to climate change is on the concept of climate adaptation and the types of climate adaptation. This involves a clear description of the process of climate adaptation and helps to answer several questions ...

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Oil Spills Management In The Arabian Gulf

02 Nov 2017

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Dissertation Proposal: Oil Spills Management in the Arabian Gulf [Author’s Name] [Institution’s Name] Abstract This paper analyses the subject related with oil spills management in the Arabian Gulf. Considering the sensitivity of the given issue, this paper discusses the very subject in a way which not highlights the subject’s gravity, but also brings up a ...

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Impacts On The Natural Environment

02 Nov 2017

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Genetically modified food is food which has been altered to have better growing conditions so it is ripe and able to eat in certain climates. For example tomatoes can’t grow in a cold environment so scientists would have had to find a tool to help it grow in cold biomes. So scientists would have chosen ...

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Food Miles And Historic Designed Landscapes

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Introduction As our current food debates focus on rising levels of obesity among children, on carbon footprints, ethical husbandry, sustainability and the celebration of regional distinctiveness, growing your own in an allotment or window box makes perfect sense. It also means a reduction in food waste and a welcome reconnection with the kitchen (Colquhoun, ...

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Capacity Building Initiatives For Sustainable Urban Transportation

02 Nov 2017

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The terms of reference of this sub group of Working Group on Urban Transport of National Transport Development Policy Committee (NTDPC) are postulated as given below. â„¢ Institutional Capacity requirements such as UMTA; UT Institutions; COEs, etc â„¢ Need for Database Development and institutional setup to realise â„¢ Education and Training requirements ...

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The Environmental Social And Economic Impacts Of Building

02 Nov 2017

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Sustainable development is the most vibrant and powerful force to impact the building design and construction field in more than a decade. The green building movement in the U.S. originated from the need and desire for more energy efficient and environmentally friendly construction practices. Nowadays the Green Building practice expands and complements the classical building design concerns ...

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