Psychological Contributions to Achieving an Ecologically Sustainable Future for Humanity

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Oskamp, Stuart (2000). Psychological contributions to achieving an ecologically sustainable future for humanity. The Journal of Social Issues , 56, 3, 373-390.
The most serious long-term threat facing the world is the danger that human actions are producing irreversible, harmful changes to the environmental conditions that su…

Looking for Viable Organic Waste Treatment Options for Johannesburg Municipal Solid Waste

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Susanne Dittke Cape Town December 07, 2006 06:45 AM
Dear CBSM Listserve Members Greetings from South Africa. My name is Susanne and as an environmental consultant I am part of a team who has been given the challenging task to…

Global Warming/EcoTeam Program + Low Carbon Diet Program

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Lorraine Herschkorn High Falls October 27, 2006 10:10 AM
Hello All, I let David Gershon, the creator of the EcoTeam program, here in New York, USA, know I have suggested his program. I found it to be an excellent program which I, a…

Energy Conservation Campaign

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Terri Buckner June 02, 2006 04:08 PM
Hi, We are preparing to launch an energy conservation campaign for the school year that will start in August. I've been creating energy profiles for each of the buildings on …

Achieving the Millennium Development Goals

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Steven Brant Bryn Mawr May 23, 2006 11:12 AM
Dear Friends, I am researching whether or not the current global strategy for achieving the Millennium Development Goals is a viable strategy or not. I would appreciate heari…

Oakland, California Adopts a Zero Waste Goal

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mgagliardi March 16, 2006 06:59 AM
The City of Oakland in the State of California, USA, passed a Zero Waste resolution March 7, 2006. Oakland is a port city in the San Francisco Bay Area, with a population of 400,0…

Excuse Me Do You Recycle? Public Participation in Curbside Recycling in the UK.

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In 1990, the UK government set a target for the recycling of 25% of household waste by the year 2000. With this new target, many local authorities began to re-think their recyclin…

Waste Wise Program

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Waste Wise is a free, voluntary program set up by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) which attempts to eliminate costly municipal solid waste. Waste Wise targ…
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