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23 p. ; 24 cm.
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15 p. ; 24 cm.
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xii, 258 p., 16 p. of plates : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction: Some basic remarks on sustainable forest management, environment and global ethics / Hartmut Ihne and Peter Spathelf
  • Sustaining the world's forests : managing competing demands for a vital resource : the role of the World Bank / Gerhard Dieterle
  • Conservation of tropical forests and climate change mitigation / Pierre L. Ibisch and Lars Schmidt
  • The state of Europe's forests : 2007 : report of the Fifth Ministerial Conference on the Protection of Forests in Europe for Sustainable Forest Management in Europe / Michael Köhl and Ewald Rametsteiner
  • Sustainable forest management in the tropics : still a long way to go? / Leif Nutto, Peter Spathelf, and Ulrich Eberland Schroder
  • Non-wood forest products for livelihoods and sustainable development / Wulf Killmann
  • Conservation of forest genetic resources : the basis for adaptability in managed forests / Ralf Kätzel
  • Adaptive forest management : a prerequisite for sustainable forestry in the face of climate change / Andreas Bolte ... [et al.]
  • A scientific perspective for silviculture / Thomas Knoke
  • Forest-related climate mitigation options : dialogues for exploring opportunities and threats / Martin Welp
  • Key challenges in forest protected area management / Monika Bertzky and Bastian Bomhard
  • Forest organizations in change : examples from the tropics and subtropics / Jürgen Pretzch
  • Forestry or "the art of flying blind" : sustainability in an era of global change / Ulrich Schraml and Roderich v. Detten
  • Sustainable forest management as a model for sustainable development : conclusions toward a concrete vision / Peter Spathelf.
Yet another book on the topic of 'Sustainable Forest Management' can only be justified by new information that is of direct relevance. The contents of this volume concentrate on the very latest factors and developments, thus, hopefully, contributing both to the book's attractiveness and to closing gaps in the discipline's database. This book is written for researchers in the field of forest management, international forestry, and climate change-related issues, legal and policy advisors, as well as for managers of private companies who deal with SFM. The authors of the various sections are scientists in the field of forestry and other environmental sciences. They represent different institutions, mainly universities and research agencies in Germany, but also high-level international institutions in development co-operation, such as the World Bank, FAO, and IIASA. The scope of the book is to refresh the meanings and perceptions of SFM against the background of the rapid changes in our natural and social environment. Climate change and the rapid increase of atmospheric CO concentration is a global process 2 with negative impacts of different kinds, among others on natural ecosystems such as forests. A crucial issue therefore is how forest management can contribute to forest conservation in light of changing climatic conditions. Moreover, policy changes such as the introduction of certification schemes and the new emphasis laid on Non-Wood Forest Products justify the re-evaluation of the role of SFM in delivering ecological goods and services from our forests.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789048133000 20160603
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v. ; 28 cm.
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vii, 61 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
What are viable strategies for cutting costs while protecting the public's safety? Corrections can achieve some substantial cost savings in sustainability or greening strategies. This publication "provides correctional professionals with a framework to gain a general understanding of sustainability practices and principles and to identify examples of operations, programs, and management strategies for self-sustaining facilities" (p. ii). Sections of this publication include: introduction: greening of correctional facilities; completing the sustainable model--preparing and training inmates; correctional industries--creating sustainable products/services and a green workforce; green reentry programs; recommendations for greening prisons and jails; and conclusion--the sustainable correctional/detention facility of the future.
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16 p. ; 24 cm.
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v. : ill. ; 28 cm.
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xiv, 340 p. : col. ill., col. maps ; 30 cm.
  • The international legal standard for sustainable EEZ fisheries management / Marion Markowski
  • Promotion and management of marine fisheries in Indonesia / Laode M. Syarif
  • Promotion and management of marine fisheries in Kenya / Evanson Chege Kamau, Andrew Wamukota and Nyawira Muthiga
  • Promotion and management of marine fisheries in Namibia / Raywood Mavetja Rukoro
  • Promotion and management of marine fisheries in Brazil / Mauro Figuereido
  • Promotion and management of marine fisheries in Mexico / G. Ponce-Díaz ... [et al.]
  • Promotion and management of marine fisheries in the European Community / Till Markus
  • Towards a legal clinic for fisheries management / Gerd Winter.
With the growing scarcity of fish resources, instruments of fisheries management become crucial. This publication suggests a legal approach to this issue, and focuses on six case studies: Indonesia, Kenya, Namibia, Brazil, Mexico and the EU. The case studies are preceded by an analysis of the international law requirements concerning fisheries management, with a focus on fisheries in Exclusive Economic Zones. The final part of the book summarises the case studies and develops a proposal for a 'legal clinic' for fisheries management.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9782831711423 20160527
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1 online resource (7 p.)
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11. Fair Food Program report [2013 - ]

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volumes : illustrations ; 28 cm
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5 p. ; 24 cm.
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4 p. ; 23 cm.
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ix, 366 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 23 cm.
  • Part I Numbers, not adjectives1 Motivations2 The balance sheet3 Cars4 Wind5 Planes6 Solar7 Heating and cooling8 Hydroelectricity9 Light10 Offshore wind11 Gadgets12 Wave13 Food and farming14 Tide15 Stuff16 Geothermal17 Public services18 Can we live on renewables?Part II Making a difference19 Every BIG helps20 Better transport21 Smarter heating22 Efficient electricity use23 Sustainable fossil fuels?24 Nuclear?25 Living on other countries' renewables?26 Fluctuations and storage27 Five energy plans for Britain28 Putting costs in perspective29 What to do now30 Energy plans for Europe, America, and the World31 The last thing we should talk aboutAcknowledgmentsPart III Technical chaptersA Cars IIB Wind IIC Planes IID Solar IIE Heating IIF Waves IIG Tide IIH Stuff III Storage IIJ Carbon IIIV Useful dataK TerminologyL Populations and areasM UK energy historyN Quick referenceList of web linksBibliographyIndex.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781906860011 20160528
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