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Water and Power By David Eddington
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A book dedicated to recycling and painting. A series of works painted on found materials, from ideas related to a rethink of accepted values. Thirty images; the result of the artist's political... More > questioning during this past year.< Less
Crocheted Water Bottle Holder (or soda) By JoAnne Leonard
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Be a little greener and reuse your water bottle. Crochet this carrier to lug it around. It takes less than an hour to whip up. I am selling this pattern for $2 each download with $0.50 going to the... More > US National Park Service to help keep or nations parks going.< Less
Real World Sustainability - Simple Steps to a Better Life By Andy MacDonald
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Subject: Reduce, Re-use, Recycle Andy MacDonald always enjoyed weekend trips to the beach or camping with his parents, but he was seriously concerned when he started to take his young family to the... More > favourite spots he remembered. The beaches and the water were fouled to the point that some places were closed because of health risks. Some of the old camping spots were barren or covered in trash that had accumulated over years. The streets of the town they lived in were almost treeless and there were few birds or other wild life in the parks. When he tried to grow his own vegetables he found many plants could not get to maturity. He was told there might be stuff in the soil and the atmosphere which was causing those problems. It's a pretty bleak picture out there compared to what it used to be. Pristine beaches are gone. Parks are becoming denuded. Our fresh fruits and vegetables are becoming bland and tasteless. Can anything be done? Yes, and that's the good news. Find out all about it here.< Less
Rainwater as a Resource By TreePeople
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A 56-page report on three innovative stormwater management projects in Los Angeles. Rainwater as a Resource is a frank discussion of TreePeople’s implementation of these projects and the... More > lessons learned along the way. The report also summarizes the groundbreaking work on water quality and supply issues that TreePeople has been doing since 1998. For more information, visit www.treepeople.org.< Less
Rainwater as a Resource By TreePeople
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A 56-page report on three innovative stormwater management projects in Los Angeles. Rainwater as a Resource is a frank discussion of TreePeople’s implementation of these projects and the... More > lessons learned along the way. The report also summarizes the groundbreaking work on water quality and supply issues that TreePeople has been doing since 1998. For more information, visit www.treepeople.org.< Less
rivative: River Atlas By nik sin
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Collection of base maps on large river basins. Volume I. Mekong, Ganges - Brahmaputra, Nile, and Congo rivers. Digital images and maps can be changed, used and re-used, but with proper attribution.... More > ©2012, rivative. Each river system is mapped using basic themes as: elevation, nightlights, Blue Marble satellite imagery, and a 3D anaglyph (red/cyan glasses required)< Less
EMERGING CONTAMINANTS INTO THE ENVIRONMENT: CONTAMINATION PATHWAYS AND CONTROL By Vincenzo Belgiorno, Luigi Rizzo
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The increasing concern for the continuous release into the environment of emerging contaminants from diffuse and point sources (such as urban wastewater treatment plants), arouses high interest in... More > technical and scientific community. The characterization of pollution sources and contamination pathways, natural degradation in surface water, disinfection by-products (NDMA) formation in drinking water, emerging contaminants removal by wastewater treatment processes (biological processes, advanced oxidation processes (AOPs), and solar driven AOPs) to control their release into the environment as well as to make wastewater reuse safer, are all issues specifically addressed in this book by internationally recognised experts from research and academic institutions. This book can be an useful tool for investigators and practitioners to approach the problem of the control of emerging contaminants spreading into the environment.< Less
Explore Natural Resources! With 25 Great Projects By Anita Yasuda
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What are natural resources? And why is it important to prevent natural resources from being wasted? The 25 projects in Explore Natural Resources! inspire young readers ages 6–9 to have fun... More > while learning why natural resources are important to all living things and how every child can take care of the earth’s resources through reducing, reusing, and recycling. Kids will learn about national parks and early environmentalists, Earth celebrations, and the science behind renewable and nonrenewable resources. By making a wind-powered car, creating a solar catcher, and calculating their water footprint, children will discover that everything comes from the earth. Projects are easy to follow, require little adult supervision, and use commonly found household products, many from the recycling box. Through fun facts, trivia, jokes, comics, and hands-on activities, kids will Explore Natural Resources! and gain an appreciation of earth’s resources, from its vast oceans to its open skies.< Less
A Tour of Two Cities: 18th Century London and Paris Compared By Simon Nicolas Henri Linguet
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This new translation offers readers of English a unique look at eighteenth century London and England generally, compared to Paris and France in the same period. It was written by the sharp-tongued... More > and observant journalist Linguet, who had moved there to start a French periodical far from French censorship. His observations range from overviews of official institutions like the Law and religion to descriptions of houses, furniture, markets. etc. Some samples: "Paris being approximately round, one must not be surprised to find London very long..."; "Vegetables boiled in water, an enormous roast, and which is reused, by the family, as long as it lasts; at most on ceremonial occasions, fish cooked like the vegetables, this is what the English cooking comes down to."< Less
A Tour of Two Cities: 18th Century London and Paris Compared. By Jim Chevallier
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This new translation offers readers of English a unique look at eighteenth century London and England generally, compared to Paris and France in the same period. It was written by the sharp-tongued... More > and observant journalist Linguet, who had moved there to start a French periodical far from French censorship. His observations range from overviews of official institutions like the Law and religion to descriptions of houses, furniture, markets. etc. Some samples: "Paris being approximately round, one must not be surprised to find London very long..."; "Vegetables boiled in water, an enormous roast, and which is reused, by the family, as long as it lasts; at most on ceremonial occasions, fish cooked like the vegetables, this is what the English cooking comes down to."< Less