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Air Pollution

Good air quality is a fundamental aspect of the quality of life and is an essential component of sustainable development economy. Poor air quality can contribute to ill health. It also has environmental…

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Investment, Competition and Stability

Sustainable environment online investment is essential to achieving sustainable development. Much existing infrastructure and many existing practices are unsustainable, and investment will be needed to replace them. Investment in a sustainable future requires…

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Forests

One of the key agreements reached at the 1992 Rio Earth Summit was the Principles of Forest Management. The Principles of Forest Management stated that forests, with their complex ecology, are essential to

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Water Quality

Water has a number of uses. Water supplies provide drinking water and freshwaters support considerable wildlife. It is therefore of great importance that the water is kept free from pollution. If treatments become too…

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Waste

The principles of sustainability agenda requires Governments, industry and the public to make efforts to reduce the amount of wastes by:

  • encouraging recycling;
  • reducing wasteful packaging of products;
  • introducing products that are more…
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Definitions

For society to continue developing in the way it has done in the past, we need to pay more attention to our environment. How this is best achieved is often a matter of opinion…

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Earth and Man

Introduction
Spaceship Earth
Gaia
Ecosystems
Evolution
Humans
Agriculture
Industrial Revolution
Population
Pollution
Transport
Energy
Resources
Tragedy of the Commons
Environmental Perspectives
Conservation & Preservation
Environmental Movement
Ecocentrism and Technocentrism

Principles
Introduction
Definitions
Objectives
Interdependence
Quality of Life
Equity
Citizenship
Diversity
Carrying Capacity
Future Generations
Uncertainty
Precaution
Polluter Pays
Preferable Futures

Environment
Introduction
Climate Change
Air Pollution
Ozone Depletion
Oceans
Freshwater
Wildlife
Soil
Land Use
Waste
Radioactivity
Noise Pollution
Light Pollution

Resources
Introduction
Fossil Fuels
Nuclear Energy
Renewables
Agriculture
Livestock
Forestry
Biodiversity
Water Resources
Fisheries
Minerals

Society
Introduction
Health
Poverty
Communities
Housing
Travel
Crime
Recreation
Consumption
Food Safety
Stress

Economy
Introduction
Transport
Waste
Employment
Investment, Competition and Stability
Education & Skills
Business &…

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Communities

Healthy and prosperous communities do not just happen. The quality and nature of a community are determined by the choices people make over a number of generations. Ideally, the choices a community makes are…

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Industrial Revolution

The Industrial Revolution began in the late 18th and early 19th centuries in Britain, before spreading around the world. Coal, oil and gas (collectively termed fossil fuels) offered levels of energy production previously…

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Diversity

There exists an obvious relationship between the diversity of natural systems (biodiversity) and the diversity, health and sustainability of human systems – cultural, social and economic. Social and economic capital is ultimately created from…

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