The sustainability of alternative plans

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  • Our thanks go to all those involved in the writing and production of this book. We owe a debt of gratitude to all the contributors for their chapters and for their forbearance in the long time it has taken to be finally published. Our thanks go to Dan Saunders who produced the cover image and to Shibu Raman for producing the drawings for Chapter 5. We thank the Dutch Ministry of Housing, Physical Planning and Environment for supporting the preparation of this book, in particular Japp van Staalduine.

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  • European society and the European economy do not yet exploit the full potential for resource efficiency. Much recyclable waste is either exported or sent to landfill. A lack of long-term frameworks holds back planning and investment, most obviously on a climate and energy framework beyond 2020, but also on long term sustainable use of key resources such as air, soil, energy, water, fish and biomass. At the same time, such frameworks can help to galvanise the innovation needed to exploit the potential of the transition to a low-carbon economy in areas like transport, energy and agriculture....

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  • Establishing governance and institutional frameworks: Chapter 3 reports the extent to which countries have been able to establish the political, social, economic and administrative systems needed for managing the development and use of water resources. Applying management instruments: Chapter 4 reports the extent to which countries have been able to apply tools and methods, often referred to as “management instruments” that enable and help decision-makers to make rational and informed choices between alternative actions.

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  • The present study deals with the application of remote sensing and GIS for mapping of land resources of Nagenahalli watershed in Bangalore rural district of Karnataka. Base maps, google earth images, toposheets and satellite imagery (1:12,500 scale) collected from Karnataka State Remote Sensing Application Centre, Bangalore have been used in the study. Maps on various themes, viz., land use, drainage, soil, slope, depth etc. have been generated using aforementioned satellite data coupled with ground truth.

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  • To conserve spectrum in critical frequency bands, the Department may encourage appropriate radio systems to be developed in alternate frequency bands and the use of existing networks to their maximum capacity. Emphasis also will continue to be placed on efficient spectrum utilization and conservation techniques, if viable, as a requirement for existing and new services. Priority will be considered for technologies and systems which are more spectrum efficient.

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  • The Clean Water and Drinking Water State Revolving Funds are provided $2 billion in FY 2013. As part of the Administration’s long-term strategy, the EPA is implementing a Sustainable Water Infrastructure Policy that focuses on working with states and communities to enhance technical, managerial and financial capacity. Important to the enhanced technical capacity will be alternatives analyses to expand "green infrastructure" options and their multiple benefits.

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  • Major rice-wheat growing soils of Upper Gangetic Plains, India were studied and evaluated by considering soil-site characteristics by using qualitative and quantitative methods. The qualitative method employed were USDA land capability classification and land suitability classification, while the quantitative evaluation method includes Riquier's parametric approach. The land evaluation methods indicated that information on production potential of soils provide a basis for comparison among different soils.

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  • This study is agriculture and impact of socioeconomic activity on Indaw Gyi Lake, close to Hpakant jades mine is huge potential agricultural productive area and. Rain fed agriculture is important socio-economic sector and a variety of crops are grown. Cropping pattern and harvest depend upon topography and climate variation. Pasture management, indigenous crop varieties and agroforestry, socioeconomic activity, soil and environmental conservation surveyed are needed.

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