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Dutch Approach to the European Directive on Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control: Using Life-Cycle Assessment for the Integrated Assessment of Technologies
Cooperation between Central and Eastern European countries and developed countries on energy and environmental conservation
Nitrate vulnerable zones and nitrate sensitive areas: A policy and technical analysis of groundwater source protection in England and Wales
In response to the increasing global demand for energy, on exploration and development are expanding into frontier areas of the Arctic, where slow-growing tundra vegetation and the underlying permafrost Soils are Very sensitive to disturbance. The creation of vehicle trails on the tundra from seismic exploration for on has accelerated in the past decade, and the cumulative impact represents a geographic footprint that covers a greater extent of Alaska's North Slope tundra than all other direct human impacts combined. Seismic exploration for on and gas was conducted on the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska, USA, in the winters of 1984 and 1985. This study documents recovery Of vegetation...
Assessing Village Authenticity with Satellite Images: A Method to Identify Intact Cultural Landscapes in Europe
Competence and subsidiarity perspectives in EU climate change policy: From harmonisation to differentiation?
Participatory approaches to environmental policy-making: the European Commission Climate Policy Process as a case study
Bilateral environmental cooperation in 1991-2001 and its role in the improvement of the ecological situation in Estonia
“The only thing that isn't sustainable...Is the farmer”: Social sustainability and the politics of class among Pacific Northwest farmers engaged in sustainable farming
Using interviews and participant observation at Pacific Northwest sustainable farming operations, this article analyzes the complex ways that class privileges and labor practices impact the social sustainability of sustainable agriculture. While the farmers in this study were highly aware of and reflexive about the class politics of sustainable agriculture, they also participated in a classed system that restricts access to sustainable farming as an occupation even as it exploits the labor of the farmer in order to regulate prices. In particular, the farmers in the study benefited from educational privileges and oftenlucrative off-farm income, they expressed a desire to make their goods more accessible and affordable...