• External Environment
    pursuit of its objectives, CSR Europe is committed to a broader stakeholder dialogue between businesses, European policy makers, governments, investors, social partners, civil society and academics. European Brands Association (AIM) AIM represents the interests of brand manufacturers and 21...
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  • Environmental Management
    gases in an atmosphere that absorb and emit radiation within the thermal infrared range. This process is the fundamental cause of the greenhouse effect. The main greenhouse gases in the Earth's atmosphere are water vapor, carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, and ozone. Greenhouse gases greatly...
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  • Student
    natural greenhouse effect. A wide spectrum of research on the topic shows that this may lead to severe consequences, such as a several degree rise in average temperatures, and the extremisation of the climate, leading to much higher frequency and impact of natural disasters, ranging from severe draughts...
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  • An Evaluation of the London 2012 Sustainability Policy
    the Commission for a Sustainable London 2012. Climate Change is a theme that, as discussed earlier targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and safeguard facilities against the effects of climate change. The policy states it aims to ‘minimise the carbon footprint of the Games...by minimising...
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  • Environmental Law Regulation
    rental of containers and their removal is very high since it represents over 65% of the total cost of the process. (LINARD, 2010) 2. CARBON ASSESSMENT 2.1. Context and aims In order to reduce greenhouse effect emissions, next year the carbon assessment will be obligatory for any type of...
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  • Global Warming
    dimming, a reduction of sunlight reaching the surface as a result of increasing atmospheric concentrations of human-made particulates, has partially countered the effects of warming induced by greenhouse gases. Climate model projections summarized in the 2007 IPCC report indicate that the global surface...
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  • Impact of Climate Change on Indian Economy
    initiated towards preparation of India's National Communication on sources of greenhouse gas emissions (NATCOM) to the UNFCCC through the United Nations Development Programme. The Global Environmental Facility is funding many projects that India has taken up with the aim of reducing greenhouse gas...
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  • The Consequences of Global Warming in the French Alps
    effects or increase the stock of this gas”. This strategy is applicable for the touristic zone such as ski resorts. Most of greenhouse effects gas is due to transport, so public politics tend to put the emphasis on this point. Imperative objectives are mentioned in the Alpine Convention (2009...
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  • Organizational Structure
    including more performance data to complement the surveys. I recommend the following: 1 ] Set out the aims and scope of the audit more clearly and specifically. Establish further quantifiable objectives for the organisation: The articulation of some objectives for this audit was difficult and...
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  • Jahangir
    global warming include mitigation by emissions reduction, adaptation to its effects, and possible future geoengineering. Most countries are parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC),[14] whose ultimate objective is to prevent dangerous anthropogenic (i.e., human...
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  • Green House Gases
    gases, production of aerosols in the atmosphere, changes in the earth’s reflection index, and thermal pollution are the factors affecting climate change. Among these factors, the effect of greenhouse gases is well known and is the most important one. Fig. 1 Temperature changes from 1860 to 1980...
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  • obama speech
    UNFCCC or FCCC is an international environmental treaty negotiated at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), informally known as the Earth Summit, held in Rio de Janeiro from 3 to 14 June 1992. The objective of the treaty is to "stabilize greenhouse gas...
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  • Hanging Garden Imc Plan
    development of companies specifically tasked to construct rooftop greenhouses, such as ‘Rooftop Greenhouse’ in London. The introduction of these greenhouses aims to utilize the urban renewal technique to greatly reduce the devastating environmental impact that our major cities are having on the world...
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  • How Agriculture Can Be Used to Combat Climate Change in Developing Countries
    describe human influences on the climate. The most significant threat is the emission of greenhouse gases (GHGs), which contribute to the ‘greenhouse effect’. The greenhouse effect is a natural mechanism essential to life on Earth, but human activity has altered the balance in the mechanism. Radiant...
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  • Emissions in the Transport Industry
    Emission in the Sea Industry 7 Source: International Maritime Organization 8 1.3 Emissions in Air Transport 9 1.4 Emissions in Rail Industry 9 2 Impacts of Emissions and Regulation 10 2.1 Effects of Emissions 10 3 EU Regulations on Emissions in the transport Industry 11 3.1...
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  • Kyoto Protocol
    . Commitments ( limitation and reduction of emissions Aim ( minimize adverse effects, including the adverse effects of climate change, effects on international trade, and social, environmental and economic impacts on other Parties. Ways to achieve them: a) Implement and/or elaborate...
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  • Climate Change and Health Issues
    ................................................................................................................................................iv Introduction 1 Proposal and Objectives 2 Theoretical Framework 3 Climate Change 4 Greenhouse effect 4 Health Problems and Climate Change 6 The Role of Politicians towards...
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  • Tour
    Sustainable Tourism Vision and Objectives VISION VisitScotland aspires to make Scotland the most economically, environmentally and socially sustainable destination in Europe. As an organisation, we aim to be recognised as a leader in sustainable tourism development, not just within Scotland but...
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  • Wine
    2: SOIL MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENTAL OBJECTIVES Risk activities and Aims Use of grape marc Cultivation of vineyards 17 17 17 18 18 18 19 19 20 21 21 22 23 Section 1: NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENTAL OBJECTIVES Risk activities and Aims Application of fertilisers, manures and composts Storage of...
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  • Climate Change
    Scotland in July. The Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions (DETR) published the UK Climate Change Programme in November 2000. The core objective is to initiatiate a strategy that will reduce greenhouse emissions by some 19% below their 1990 levels by 2010. The programme was also...
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