• Dominant Social Paradigm and Its Impacts on Environmental Policies in the United States
    vRunning head: MONOGRAPH 1 Dominant Social Paradigm and its Impacts on Environmental Policies in the United States by Venkata R Prasad Goparaju Date: 15 October 2008 Every country has societal values and principles that are derived from and are the basic for the evolution...
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  • Pollution
    1.0 Introduction The human population is increasing rapidly but advancement of technology is trying to keep up with the pace. By the increase of human population, the contact with the environment is getting more intensive, because human needs are increasing. And by the findings and development of n...
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  • Community Participation
    THE LOCATION AND ENVIRONMENT OF SOMALIA Somalia is located 12 degrees North and 139 degrees South. It is boundary length is 3025 kilometers. It has a capital city by the name Mogadishu. The economy of Somali is exhausted by violence. It is the strongest country in terms of war and...
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  • Community Based Ecotourism Project in Ghana
    Course Name |Student name: |Assessment No: |Module Level: |Module Tutor: | |Cristina, Selam and Sofia |1 of 2 |5 |Birte Schmit...
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  • Environmental Impacts and Mitigation Costs Associated with Cloth and Leather Exports from Pakistan1
    Environmental Impacts and Mitigation Costs Associated with Cloth and Leather Exports from Pakistan1 A Report on Trade and Sustainable Development submitted by Sustainable Development Policy Institute and IUCN-P to IISD Canada for the IISD/IUCN/IDRC Project on Building Capacity for Trade and Su...
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  • Atmospheric Pollution 4
    Atmospheric Pollution LaDonna Landry SCI 275 July 17, 2010 Amanda Slaughter Atmospheric Pollution Air pollution is substances in the air that causes damage to both the environment and humans. Pollutants can be in the form of particles (solid), droplets (liquid) or gases. Pollutants may als...
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  • Atmospheric Pollution 2
    Title Page The environmental issue that I chose is Atmospheric Pollution. I chose this because we as humans are doing so much that is contributing to pollution, yet it seems as though we are doing little to stop it. Atmospheric pollution is a combination of air by smoke or harmful gas, mainly ox...
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  • Socio Cultural Impacts of Tourism
    Tourism is an activity done by an individual or a group of individuals, which leads to a motion from a place to another. From a country to another for performing a specific task or it is a visit to a place or several places in the purpose of entertaining which leads to an awareness of other civiliza...
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  • Vehicular Pollution
    Road traffic safety | | | [pic] [pic] Sidewalks, curbs and traffic signals in Maryland, United States [pic] [pic] Speed limits in different areas, unusually with only a "recommended" limit (130km) for the Autobahn Road traffic safety means to safely drive on road to ensure that there is no...
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  • Noise Pollution Under Stop and Go Situation
    CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Traffic noise is considered as one of the important sources of noise pollution that adversely affects human health. On densely traveled roads the equivalent sound pressure levels for 24h can reach up to 75–80 dB. Evidences indicate...
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  • Community Participation N Solid Waste Management
    [pic] By: Mahlet Seleshi Submitted to: Ato Chala Amdissa A Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor in Public Administration and Development Management in the Faculty of Business and Education and Department of Public Administration and Dev...
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  • Climate Change Impacts
    Climate change is one of the most important global environmental challenges, with implications for food production, water supply, health, energy, etc. Addressing climate change requires a good scientific understanding as well as coordinated action at national and global level. This paper addresses t...
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  • De Beers Environmental Impacts
    Unit Title: Communication in Business 100 Assessment: Critical Essay Company: De Beers Essay Title: Corporate Environmental Obligation: An examination of the performance of De Beers Student Name: Arkar Kyaw @ Kevin Student Number: 1160001 Semester: 1 2011 Campus:...
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  • Noise Pollution
    Urban development, with its links to technology, population growth and industry, has resulted in a dramatic increase in the amount of noise  that people are exposed to. Because noise is any unwanted sound which varies according to time and exposure to the sound by individuals it has a number of cha...
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  • Waater Pollution
    Water Pollution Water pollution is becoming a huge problem which is faced by all of the human existence and as well as by every wild life species. According to present scales for pollution of water, 10 to 15 billion pounds full of waste materials like garbage is threw in different seas and rivers o...
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  • Community Composting Project
    STRIVE Report Series No.40 Implementation of an Urban Community Composting Programme STRIVE Environmental Protection Agency Programme 2007-2013 Environmental Protection Agency Environmental Protection Agency The The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is Environmental Protection...
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  • Air Pollution, Floods & Droughts, Afforestation & Deforestation, Biodiversity
    Air pollution Air pollution is the introduction of chemicals, particulate matter, or biological materials that cause harm or discomfort to humans or other living organisms, or cause damage to the natural environment or built environment, into the atmosphere. The atmosphere is a complex dynamic...
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  • Smart Growth Community and the Role of the Built Environment
    “Smart Growth Community and the Role of Built Environment Profession” 1.0 INTRODUCTION Choosing where to live is a profound decision that affects households’ long-term financial burdens, daily activities and opportunities, social interactions, health and safety, as well as costs impose...
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  • Tourism and Their Impacts Notes
    ------------------------------------------------- Tourism * Traditional, large scale tourism commonly, but loosely used to refer to popular forms of leisure tourism pioneered in southern Europe, the Caribbean, and North America in the 1960s and 1970s. * Mass tourism is the act of visiting a...
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  • Bia National Park: a Case for Sustainable Ecotourism Development Through Community Participation
    CHAPTER ONE PROTECTED AREAS AND ECOTOURISM DEVELOPMENT 1.0 Introduction Tourism has been identified as the world's most important civil industry, contributing over $3.5 trillion (US) to the global economy annually (W.T.T.C, 1996). The travel and tourism industry is known to employ more than 200 m...
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