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  • The following topics and problems directly or indirectly explore sustainability issues that could benefit from rigorous, faculty-supervised research. Some issues are specific to UC Irvine; others extend well beyond the University.

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  • Agricultural development is widely recognized as crucial for poverty reduction. At the same time, agricultural expansion and ever more intensive practices are widely recognized for their contribution to ecosystem degradation. Less well recognized is that, in many cases, agriculture offers the potential to generate both poverty reduction and better environmental outcomes. The studies presented in this volume look at one policy tool that may address this gap: payments for environmental services (PES).

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  • The findings, opinions, interpretations and conclusions expressed in this guidebook are entirely those of the authors and should not be attributed in any manner to the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), UNEP Risoe Center, Technical University of Denmark, or Baker & McKenzie. This report is intended as a public resource for stakeholders undertaking activities that reduce greenhouse gas emissions, whether under the Kyoto Protocol’s Clean Development Mechanism or other market-based instruments for carbon trading.

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  • This research is located within the smart city discourse and explores the linkage between smart buildings and an intelligent community, employing the University of Cape Town as a case study. It is also situated within the research stream of Green Information Systems, which examines the confluence between technology, people, data and processes, in order to achieve environmental objectives such as reduced energy consumption and its associated carbon footprint.

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  • Ionic methods of separation have been used since the industrial revolution in Europe to reduce hardness of water. In the mid-nineteenth century, British researchers treated various clays with ammonium sulfate or carbonate in solution to release calcium. In the early twentieth century, zeolite columns were used to remove interfering calcium and magnesium ions from solutions to permit determination of sulfate. Ionic separation procedures were used in the Manhattan project to purify and concentrate radioactive materials needed to make atom bombs.

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  • This document should be of interest to a broad audience interested in reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to the atmosphere. It was developed for regulatory organizations, project developers, and national and state policymakers to increase awareness of existing and developing monitoring, verification, and accounting (MVA) techniques. Carbon dioxide (CO2) sinks are a natural part of the carbon cycle; however, natural terrestrial sinks are not sufficient to absorb all the CO2 emitted to the atmosphere each year.

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  • The legislation applies to all industrial facilities that emit 100,000 tonnes or more of GHG a year, which accounts for 70 per cent of the province’s emissions. These facilities are required to reduce their emissions by 12 per cent, as of the end of 2007. Facilities that fail to meet this target have the option of buying Alberta-based carbon offsets, or paying into the Climate Change and Emissions Management Fund. The fund takes $15 for every tonne over reduction targets and directs it to strategic projects or technology aimed at reducing GHG emissions in the province. ...

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  • In this chapter, students will be able to: draw Fischer and Haworth projections of D-glucose, D-galactose, D-fructose, D-ribose and D-ribulose; be able to identify the anomeric carbon. Be able to write and recognize the differences between alpha- and beta- forms; know the difference between furanoses and pyranoses; be familiar with chair and boat conformations of pyranose sugars, know what makes a reducing sugar a reducing sugar,...

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  • Green bonds are broadly defined as fixed-income securities that raise capital for a project with specific environmental benefits. Most green bonds issued to date have been climate bonds, where the proceeds go to climate mitigation or adaptation efforts. • Corporate, infrastructure and other projects have reduced access to traditional finance given the financial crisis’ effect on the global financial sector, so debt capital markets represent a key pool of assets that must be tapped in order to finance the transition to a low-carbon, resource-efficient and climate resilient economy.

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