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  • The present “Solar Energy” science book hopefully opens a series of other first-hand texts in new technologies with practical impact and subsequent interest. They might include the ecological combustion of fossil fuels, space technology in the benefit of local and remote communities, new trends in the development of secure Internet Communications on an interplanetary scale, new breakthroughs in the propulsion technology and others.

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  • This book is concerned with the subject of Wind Energy, as a source of clean and renewable and free for all. The need for this type of book is very well documented, the current consumption of energy is unsustainable and humans have to change their habits and or utilise this source, but there is so much work before we can rely completely on renewable energy. This book aims to describe the fundamentals of wind energy and the pertinent parameters that control the amount of energy available from a given wind turbine....

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  • Several attempts have been made to analyze the impacts of air pollution on wildlife . More recently, research for WWF has assessed the impacts on wildlife through a literature survey which identified effects on 1,300 species, including 11 mammals, 29 birds, 10 amphibians, 398 higher plants, 305 fungi, 238 lichens and 65 invertebrates, providing the most detailed survey to date 7 . In general, the studies have concentrated on either specific ecosystems, or individual groups of plants and animals.

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  • The idea for this book originated from the Joint Discussion 10 of the XXIV IAU General Assembly held in Manchester (England) in the summer of 2000. The extremely successful session on mergers in clusters of galaxies persuaded the publisher of this book to have a volume on such a topic. Clusters of galaxies are by now recognized to be not simple relaxed structures, but rather they are evolving via merging processes in a hierarchical fashion from poor groups to rich clusters.

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  • It is not sufficient for departments and agencies to plan to create deliverables without being clear who is accountable for transitioning those deliverables into active use and thereby realisation of benefit. Benefits must be managed from their initial identification to their successful realisation. This requires the planning and management of transition from the old to new ways of doing things for departments, agencies and other stakeholder areas impacted by implementation of the new policy.

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  • Or consider what our great grandfathers thought about the mountains, which we now consider so scenic. 4 They were 'monstrous excrescences of nature'. 5 God originally made the world a smooth sphere happily habitable for the original humans; but, alas, humans sinned, and the earth was warped in punishment. Thomas Burnet is repelled by these 'ruines of a broken World', 'wild, vast and indigested heaps of Stones and Earth' that resulted when 'con- fusion came into Nature'. 6 John Donne called them 'warts, and pock-holes in the face of th'earth'. 7 Now we know better.

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  • The initiating problem is unstructured design processes and vague descriptions of the form problems in the students’ critique of each other's product proposals, and very vague presentations of the product's aesthetic qualities in their reports. The problem must be seen in relation to the fact that the majority of the students can express themselves clearly in engineering fields and that design methodology is based on technical parameters.

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  • Question D is answered positively, because there is a clear correlation between the ability to manage the procedure and achieve a clear articulation of forms. By comparison, there were students who tried formgiving by selected design parameter only and some students who were able to determine the main impact only. The answer to which of Baumgarten’s aesthetic considerations were applied involves only the 6 considerations which the students have worked with in connection with the earlier mentioned evaluations.

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  • Swidden cultivation was a major activity for local livelihoods until 1992–1993, when most of the households were resettled as part of the government’s fixed cultivation program. Called ‘327 Program’ (1992–1997), it was the first effort of the GoV to develop industrial plantations and to decentralize control over and reallocate benefit-sharing of forest resources in Vietnam (Barney 2005), in line with the ‘Doi Moi’ economic reform (which, with six major economic changes, helped Vietnam come out of the economic crisis in 1986).

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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành hóa học dành cho các bạn yêu hóa học tham khảo đề tài: Research Article Format-Compliant JPEG2000 Encryption in JPSEC: Security, Applicability, and the Impact of Compression Parameters

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  • Waste water from industrial sites amounts to one third of total waste water discharged into To Lich river, and may have serious effects on the river water quality. With the total amount waste water of factories (Hanoi beer alcohol and beverage joint stock corporation (HABECO), Trang An JSC and Thuong Dinh industrial park) of 45,000 m3/day, these factories accounts for more than a half of total industrial waste water released into To Lich river. The analytic results of water samples taken from To Lich river show that the parameters of DO, COD, BOD5, TSS, NH4+, NO2- and coliform...

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  • If we really want to avoid climate change and conserve the ecosystems on which we all depend, it’s clear that we have to tackle both what we produce and consume. To progress this work, WWF believes that the UK government and retailers need to urgently develop and promote eating habits based on a sustainable diet if we are to address climate change, protect ecosystems and start to reverse the impacts of poor nutritional choices and promotions on people’s health.

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  • Voluntary carbon offsets have been traded in relatively small volumes and on a demonstration basis since the late 1980s. Some organizations, such as the Climate Trust in Oregon, have many years of experience in purchasing and retiring offsets on behalf of clients or customers (the Climate Trust was established in 1997 to assist new power plants in Oregon to meet a state regulatory requirement for net CO2 emissions).

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  • Most important, the need of creating network effects in the development of a cloud platform will keep low the margins for a while and will maximize the speed of diffu- sion of cloud computing between firms at the global level. Therefore, in the long run, we expect a rather competitive situation on the supply side of cloud computing. In front of these rapid evolution, it is crucial to understand the economic impact of the introduction of this general purpose technology. For sure, the diffusion of cloud computing is going to create a solid and pervasive impact on the global econ- omy.

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  • Need for environmental protection: an economic overview; Elements of environmental protection- sustainable agriculture and its dimensions-ecological, economic, technological, social and political; Preservation of biological diversity. Integrated farming and organic farming; Institutional measures and regulatory tools for environmental protection; Economic instruments for environmental protection. Issues of food security and international irade in relation to environmental protection.

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  • We will continue to identify and integrate pertinent metrics and Kpis related to energy, water, waste and carbon into all aspects of our investment process. to realize this multi- faceted goal, we will continue to increase the share of funds of properties benchmarked in the Greenprint performance index, and will develop an it strategy to collect, store, and report key metrics on an increasingly automated basis.

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  • Since the 2005 country case-study of Senegal, confidence has waned in the SWAp as a mechanism for effective coordination of donor support for the health sector. With frequent changes of the minister of health and senior staff impacting on the continuity of administration and policy directions, donors and MOH planners are looking to discussions around a proposed compact through IHP+ to provide a new focus for coordination.

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  • Pollution from motor vehicle emissions in Switzerland will continue to decline over the next 25 years despite a projected increase in number of vehicles on the road, according to a forecast issued by Switzerland's environment agency Sept. 3. The study by the Swiss Federal Office for Environment, Forests, and Landscape nevertheless warns that the projected decrease in emissions is less than earlier estimates, prompting the need to examine additional pollution-control measures.

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  • One of the most important things we learned about the meaning of primitive art is that it deals with, and answers in a way crucial for every person, the biggest question in the world— how to see the relation of beauty and ugliness. In a lecture on sculpture, Eli Siegel described the impact of primitive art on modern art as “the incursion of the ugly.” This is a work by Mark Di Suvero. “Primitive art,” Mr. Siegel said, “has this great depth; and it ...made the ugly part of art, because since the 1920's....it was felt that sculpture could be distorted, could be grotesque.”...

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  • Another concern over raising taxes on high-income households is that it might influence decisions to start businesses. If increased taxes reduce returns to investing in small business ventures, high-income individuals might be less likely to take risks, and entrepreneurial activity might decline. Some studies conclude that higher taxes reduce entrepreneurship, but a greater number conclude the opposite.

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