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Climate Policy: International Perspectives on Greenhouse Gases  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by interes at Dec. 8, 2016
Climate Policy: International Perspectives on Greenhouse Gases

Climate Policy: International Perspectives on Greenhouse Gases by Gabriela Ionescu/b]
English | 2016 | ISBN: 1771884142 | 300 pages | PDF | 11 MB

Ironmaking and Steelmaking Processes: Greenhouse Emissions, Control, and Reduction  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ksveta6 at Nov. 28, 2016
Ironmaking and Steelmaking Processes: Greenhouse Emissions, Control, and Reduction

Ironmaking and Steelmaking Processes: Greenhouse Emissions, Control, and Reduction by Pasquale Cavaliere
2016 | ISBN: 3319395270 | English | 466 pages | PDF | 18 MB

"Greenhouse Gases: Selected Case Studies" ed. by Andrew J. Manning  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by exLib at Sept. 23, 2016
"Greenhouse Gases: Selected Case Studies" ed. by Andrew J. Manning

"Greenhouse Gases: Selected Case Studies" ed. by Andrew J. Manning
ITexLi | 2016 | ISBN: 9535126830 9535126822 9789535126829 9789535126836 | 66 pages | PDF | 13 MB

This book covers a range of topics - the long term effective management of the natural environment, requires a detailed understanding of greenhouse gases. These issues range from: industrial science, agricultural research, carbon dioxide and other emissions. This book reports the findings from recent research in greenhouse gases, primarily in the the form of case studies, particularly from an interdisciplinary perspective.

Integrated Greenhouse Systems for Mild Climates  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tanas.olesya at April 7, 2016
Integrated Greenhouse Systems for Mild Climates

Integrated Greenhouse Systems for Mild Climates: Climate Conditions, Design, Construction, Maintenance, Climate Control by Christian Von Zabeltitz
English | 2 Oct. 2010 | ISBN: 3642145817 | 376 Pages | PDF | 17 MB

Crop production in greenhouses is a growing industry, especially in mild climates, and is very important for the population as a source of income and clean, fresh food. Greenhouses create optimal climate conditions for crop growth and protect crops from outside pests.

"Greenhouse Gases" ed. by Bernardo Llamas Moya and Juan Pous  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by exLib at April 1, 2016
"Greenhouse Gases" ed. by Bernardo Llamas Moya and Juan Pous

"Greenhouse Gases" ed. by Bernardo Llamas Moya and Juan Pous
ITexLi | 2016 | ISBN: 9535122738 9789535122739 | 315 pages | PDF | 19 MB

This book shows how a responsible use of resources is possible, offering valid technological alternatives to fight climate change. Authors offer current technologies and valid methods for a wide range of activities: teaching, investigation, work, business and even daily life.

Accounting for Climate Change: Uncertainty in Greenhouse Gas Inventories (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Veslefrikk at Jan. 15, 2015
Accounting for Climate Change: Uncertainty in Greenhouse Gas Inventories (repost)

Accounting for Climate Change: Uncertainty in Greenhouse Gas Inventories - Verification, Compliance, and Trading by Daniel Lieberman and Matthias Jonas
Springer | 2007-10-04 | ISBN: 1402059299 | 162 pages | PDF | 6 MB

Tomato Plant Culture In the Field, Greenhouse, and Home Garden  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by andr1078 at July 4, 2014
Tomato Plant Culture In the Field, Greenhouse, and Home Garden

J. Benton Jones Jr. "Tomato Plant Culture In the Field, Greenhouse, and Home Garden"
Publisher: CRC Press | English | 1998 | ISBN:0849320259 | 216 pages | PDF | 3,5 MB

The tomato is the second most widely grown vegetable crop in the world and the number one vegetable grown in home gardens in the U.S. Rich in Vitamins A and C, tomato fruit contains the antioxidant lycopene. A recent long-term medical study indicates that individuals who regularly consume fresh tomatoes or processed tomato products are less likely to develop certain forms of cancer than those who do not. Tomato Plant Culture: In the Field, Greenhouse, and Home Garden provides comprehensive factual information about tomato plant culture and fruit production, beneficial to plant scientists and commercial field and greenhouse growers as well as the home gardener.
Accounting for Climate Change: Uncertainty in Greenhouse Gas Inventories - Verification, Compliance, and Trading

Accounting for Climate Change: Uncertainty in Greenhouse Gas Inventories - Verification, Compliance, and Trading
Springer | 2007-10-04 | ISBN: 1402059299 | 162 pages | PDF | 2 MB

The assessment of greenhouse gases (GHGs) emitted to and removed from the atmosphere is high on both political and scientific agendas internationally. As increasing international concern and cooperation aim at policy-oriented solutions to the climate change problem, several issues have begun to arise regarding verification and compliance under both proposed and legislated schemes meant to reduce the human-induced global climate impact.

Reducing U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions: How Much At What Cost?  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lenami at Sept. 11, 2009
Reducing U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions: How Much At What Cost?

Reducing U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions: How Much At What Cost?
Publisher: McKinsey & Company | ASIN: B002N62BII | edition 2007 | PDF | 83 pages | 4 mb

The United States could reduce projected 2030 emissions of greenhouse gases significantly with manageable costs and without requiring big changes in consumer lifestyles, concludes Reducing US Greenhouse Gas Emissions: How Much at What Cost?, a report published jointly by The Conference Board and McKinsey & Company.
The report is based on detailed analysis of 250 opportunities for reducing emissions of carbon dioxide and other gases thought to contribute to global warming. Analysis focused on options likely to yield greenhouse gas reductions at a cost of less than $50 per ton of CO2e.This report provides an excellent starting point for such a national conversation.

Kyoto2: How to Manage the Global Greenhouse  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by cutemup at May 30, 2009
Kyoto2: How to Manage the Global Greenhouse

Kyoto2: How to Manage the Global Greenhouse
Zed Books | 2008-09-16 | ISBN: 1848130244 | 124 pages | PDF | 1.5 MB

Kyoto2, by writer, journalist and broadcaster Oliver Tickell puts forward a strikingly original new solution to the tentative, failed steps of the Kyoto Protocol.Using a system of finite production rights for greenhouse gases, which would be traded by organizations on a global auction, Kyoto2 seeks to succeed where the original agreement failed. Regulated by an independent body, the funds could be poured back into healing the wounds inflicted by climate change. In his combination of idealism with realistic proposals, Tickell exposes the flaws in current approaches, and envisions a fairer and more effective system.