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F Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom Oceans Policy
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: Introduction The World’s current approach to ocean policy and sustainable maritime development is based on two main International strategic foundations: UNCLOS and UNCED. Both if integrated the...

Analysis of Energy Consumption in Ireland
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: Introduction General Introduction The following chapter will introduce the dissertation topic by means of its intended goals, outline of content within each chapter and the research methodology. The...

Rafflesia Species in Malaysia Identification
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND STUDY There are a number of unique plant types in the world which are on the brink of extinction, or are so extremely limited in range. For example the beautiful palms such...

Climate Change Mitigation Strategies: UNFCCC and India
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: From UNFCCC Goals to India Abstract: Climate Change has the potential to alter the ability of the earth’s physical and biological systems to provide goods and services essential for sustainable ...

Earthquake Simulation for Buildings
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: Abstract Earthquake is an independent natural phenomenon of vibration of the ground which can become dangerous mainly when it is considered in relation with structures. Earthquakes can be very weak, w...

Energy Efficiency: Directives and Legislation
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: 2.1 Introduction The debate is ongoing, but there is now overwhelming scientific evidence that man’s activities are causing significant climate change. Climate change has the potential to affect...

Gherkin and Pomegranate Cultivation
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: Abstract Horticulture is an important component of agriculture accounting for a very significant share in the Indian economy. Rising consumer income and changing lifestyles are creating bigger markets...

Factors Influencing Sanitation Conditions
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: ABSTRACT This thesis examines the socio-cultural and demographic factors influencing sanitation conditions in Ghana, identifies the presence of Escherichia coli in household drinking water samples an...

Feasibility Study of Solar Energy in India
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: Abstract Solar energy in its raw form may be pollution-free, but manufacturing the devices that get the energy out of light and heat requires metal and other material, requiring mines and smelters, th...

Soil Analysis of the Himalayan Mountain System
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: Chapter- 4 ABIOTIC ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABLES OF MORAINIC AND ALPINE ECOSYSTEMS Global warming/ enhanced greenhouse effect and the loss of biodiversity are the major environmental issues around the world...

Implementing Alternative Sources of Energy
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: Chapter 1 Introduction 1.0 Introduction Hotels constitute a key element of the organized chain of activity in the travel and tourism industry, and occupy a crucial place in concerns over environmental...

Regulatory Frameworks of India's Industrial Policies
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: CHAPTER 3 THE REGULATORY FRAMEWORK 3.1 INTRODUCTION: THE PARADIGM SHIFT The industrial policy pursued in India for the first four decades after independence was based on the socialist school of though...

Malaysia Maritime Environmental Issues and Its Impact
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND Seas and oceans traditionally used by us to have all the source of rich, opportunity and abundance. The vast area of it has given us the aspiration either to use...

Strategies for Disaster Risk Management
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: INTRODUCTION I. Background Natural disasters have always posed a threat to development. Developing countries are usually far less well placed than industrialised ones to deal effectively with hazards ...

Effect of Occupational Noise Pollution on Workers
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: Noise pollution CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Background Noise means unpleasant sound that gives a disturbing and annoying effect to the listener. Noise pollution is any unwanted, disturbing, or harmful sou...

Alpine Plant Biodiversity in the Central Himalayas
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: Alpine Plant Biodiversity in the Central Himalayan Region: Perspective of Global Climate Change Summary Increase in surface temperature at global scale has already affected a diverse set of physical a...

Strategies to Meet Energy Demands in the UK
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: 1.0 Introduction The question of how Britain will be able to meet its energy demand in the next 10 – 10 years is a matter of concern for the British Government. With aging nuclear plants, repla...

Optimal Extraction Paths of Coal
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: Chapter 1: Introduction 1.1. Motivation According to the World Energy Outlook (WEO 2007)[1], global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions will increase by 1,8 % per year from 2005 to 2030, and 2 % per year f...

Uses of Renewable Energy in Rural Areas
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: 2. Literature Review According to data from 2005, about 90% of the EU-27 territory is considered rural (predominantly rural and intermediate regions) where 54% of the population lives (EU, 2008). Henc...

Concepts for Environmental Sustainability
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: A Perspective on environmental sustainability? Environmental Sustainability The Commissioner acts as an independent voice that advocates, audits and reports on environmental sustainability. The purpo...

Effect of the Local Environment on Bees
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: Local Environment Europe The effect of the local environment on bee abundance and diversity in regions throughout Europe. Bees have an important ecological role; they are insect pollinators providing ...

Groundwater Use in Kathmandu Valley
11th Dec 2019
Introduction: Chapter IV A. Groundwater Use inKathmandu Valley Abstract: The Kathmandu Valley, bowl shaped of 651 Km2 basin areas, has gently sloping valley floor, valley plain terraces with scrap faces together wi...