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    INTRODUCTION According to Perry (2007), disasters broadly as situations that involve not just impact, but the threat of an interruption of normally effective procedures for reducing certain tensions, together with a dramatic increase in tensions. In addition, he stated that the disasters disrupt the social order, producing physical destruction and death becomes important because people must cope by departing from the pattern of norm expectations. He retained the negative dimension as a key feature

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    Privacy for balcony, garden and terrace The outdoor season begins in the spring: the balcony, garden and the terrace are the haunt and another room in the open. To be exposed in the sunny spot not the views of neighbors and passers-by, a screening is essential. He should serve not only as a privacy screen, but can be used at the same time as wind protection, Sun protection, room dividers and even decoration. What kind of privacy makes the most sense, depends of course of the desired function and

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    The Brundtland report: Environment This chapter focuses on environmental protection, by reference to cars and CO2 emission in Brazil. The importance of environmental protection was the catalytic factor which induced the awareness of global concerns and gave momentum to the shift of mentality towards the importance of finding a sustainable path for development (From Brundtland To Rio 2012). The environmental section in the Brundtland report was based on a link between environmental degradation

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    Measuring environmental performance and setting targets is a critical component for organizations to become more productive, more profitable, and more sustainable (Freedman, et al., 2006). Monitoring key metrics such as energy, waste, and water usage leads to reductions in greenhouse gas emissions as well as operational efficiency improvements and cost savings. Environmental accounting is an inclusive field of accounting. It provides reports for both internal use, generating environmental information

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    What are Greenhouse Gases? Extent of their impact… Green Energy is Clean Energy. Don’t be Mean, Go Green. Greenhouse Gas (GHG) is a gas in atmosphere which absorbs and emits radiation within the electromagnetic thermal infrared range. It’s the main reason of the Greenhouse Effect. The chief greenhouse gases in Earth's environment are water vapour, carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, and ozone. The average temperature of Earth's surface would be about 15 °C (27 °F) colder than the present

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    Human activity significantly contributes to environmental degradation, endangering biological diversity, prompting policy makers to take actions to limit further damage. The essay will first define biodiversity and its political significance, before discussing conservation policies – more specifically, it will detail the concept of economical services and the inclusion of local communities in co-management arrangements. Paying communities to manage their natural resources has been presented as a

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    Esther Reyes December17,2017 Arch 2603, Final essay Pr. Linnea N Moore Architecture and the Environment Bioclimatic architecture or environmentally conscious, is not so much the result of an application of particular technologies, and of sustaining logic, directed towards adaptation and positive use of the environmental conditions, maintained during the process of the project, the work, and the life of the building and the method by its inhabitants; without losing, not at all, none of the rest

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    Introduction This paper seeks to emphasize the problem of Mumbai’s poor public transport system as an issue to the sustainability of Mumbai, along with evaluating current measures to solve Mumbai’s poor public transportation. Hence,we propose an integrated Bus and Bicycle transit to solve the causes to Mumbai’s poor public transport system. Sustainability, establishing a link with public transport A sustainable city is defined as one that produces the maximal amount of output with the least ecological

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    Introduction The millennium development goals are the eight goals that were set to radically change poverty and promote a healthy sustainable environment. These goals were also set to prevent human mortality caused by the illnesses that arises from a poorly managed environment and lack of hygiene practices. These Goals were also set to prevent the exploitation of natural resources and creating a sustainable environment. In the millennium development goals, specifically goal number 8 which stresses

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    Introduction 1.1 Environment The term ‘Environmental awareness has become a very important term as it not only implies having knowledge about the environment, but also our moral values and necessary education to solve environment related problems. Having Environmental awareness is the responsibility of every citizen. Today environmental degradation is a matter of grave concern. In the name of development, we have consumed our natural resources ruthlessly and polluted our atmosphere. Scarcity of

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