This book covers the broad spectrum of ideas covered under sustainability, from participation, resilience, growth, ecological modernism through to culture, sustainable communities and sustainable consumption.
Smart Green Cities is a comprehensive overview of what global cities are doing to become sustainable. The book examines the infrastructure needs - sustainable development, communications, energy, water, waste, and transportation to develop guidelines, processes and best practices.
Examines the bio-physical processes of urbanization and how these influence the dynamics of urban populations, communities and ecosystems. Explores the ecology of humans in citie and discusses practical strategies for conserving biodiversity and maintaining ecosystem services in urban environments.
This book offers a rigorous critique of conventional environmental management and explores alternative ideas, frameworks and approaches that are currently considered "fringe", but which have the potential to transform the field.
This book provides a pathway for readers to implement environmental management strategies that can be integrated with core operations and other risk management efforts, including supporting sustainability and corporate social responsibility initiatives associated with climate change, the circular economy or supply chain conditions, as well as enterprise risk management; anti-bribery, and other compliance management systems.
Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) covers a wide range of disciplines including plant and animal sciences, farming, urban development and environmental management.
Knovel provides a combined search interface to a wide range of science and engineering publications. Knovel offers a combination of aggregated information, proprietary analysis tools and technology allowing researchers to obtain information across multiple sources and information formats. Many major print reference titles are reproduced in, and are able to be searched as part of Knovel.
Environmental & Ecological Statistics broadly covers theory and methods, case studies and applications, environmental change and statistical ecology, environmental health statistics and stochastics, and related areas.
Produced by National Geographic. A study of 17,000 consumers in 17 countries was conducted and their choices in relation to transportation, energy use and conservation, food sources, the relative use of green products versus traditional products, attitudes towards the environment and sustainability, and knowledge of environmental issues were collated.