Environment In Poland

Author: Maciej Nowicki
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401117314
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than 6,000 hectares of arable land turn The second half of the twentieth century will pass into history as an epoch that saw great irreversibly into desert (Tolba, 1992). During the last 30 years, human activity acceleration in technological development, the birth of electronics, the first space flights, and has created new deserts in Africa and Asia covering areas as large as Saudi Arabia. evolutionary developments in information sci ence, transportation and materials technol Intensive exploitation of the land has led to accelerated erosion of the best soils, and the ogies. Rapid industrial development spurred a significant increase in gross product on process is intensifying in parts of India, China, Russia, Ukraine and the United States. Without a global scale. Between 1950 and 1990 the global population doubled, but gross product urgent remedial action these trends could lead to complete impoverishment of these areas in increased fivefold and its value sevenfold (Brown, 1991). the decades ahead (Brown, 1984).

Environmental Regulation In Transforming Economies The Case Of Poland

Author: Piotr Jasinski
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 0429831692
Size: 11,19 MB
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First published in 1999 , the book is based on papers given at the final workshop of a research project into the evolution of environmental regulation in Poland undertaken as part of the UKs ERSC Global Environmental Change Programme. Other invited papers focused on the development of regulatory policy in transforming economies and in the UK. Furthermore the book highlights the weakness of internal political processes in Poland and the important role played by foreign sponsored pressures whilst exsamaning the divergence between the way environmental charges are supposed to operate and the ways in which they are implemented and enforced. Topics covered include the links between privatisation and the environment, the saline water problem in Upper Silesia, enforcement of and compliance with environmental charges, air pollution in Krakow and the structure of the Polish environmental administration system.

Change And Continuity In Poland S Environmental Policy

Author: Andersson
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 9401145199
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Costing Nature In A Transition Economy

Author: Tomasz Zylicz
Editor: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 9781782541127
Size: 17,15 MB
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"The book studies examples of natural capital in Poland, identifies the beneficiaries of these natural assets, and discusses ways to reimburse those who own, steward or live within these assets (such as the national parks). With its focus firmly on environmental assets, rather than disruption and crises in the Central and Eastern European environment, the author reports on a number of nature protection studies including economic valuation surveys, species reintroduction projects, and the financing of national park services. Regional and international contexts of the local natural heritage are highlighted. Tomasz Zylicz uses the example of Poland to frame wider theories and conclusions on how to preserve and enhance the natural capital in transition economies." "Political, environmental and natural resource economists and environmental scientists, as well as NGOs and policymakers will find this book illuminating reading."--BOOK JACKET.

Environmental Protection In Transition

Author: John Clark, PhD
Editor: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 135193953X
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This book takes an interdisciplinary look at environmental protection during Poland's transition to market democracy. The contributors are recognised experts in their fields, making this an authoritative volume, combining the perspectives of economists, legal scholars, political scientists and sociologists.

Environmental Engineering Iii

Author: Lucjan Pawlowski
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 0203846664
Size: 11,42 MB
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Environmental engineering has a leading role in the elimination of ecological threats, and can deal with a wide range of technical and technological problems due to its interdisciplinary character. It uses the knowledge of the basic sciences – biology, chemistry, biochemistry and physics – to neutralize pollution in all the elements of the environment, i.e. the hydrosphere, atmosphere and lithosphere. Mainly, environmental engineering deals with the design and maintenance of systems of water supply, sewage disposal, heating, ventilation and air-conditioning in buildings. In brief, it deals with securing technically, the conditions which create a safe environment for mankind to live in. The three main goals of Environmental Engineering III are to assess the state of scientific research in various areas of environmental engineering; to evaluate organizational, technical, and technological progress in contributing to ecological security; and to determine the place of environmental engineering in sustainable development, taking into account current political and economic conditions. The contributions are divided into eight sections: General problems Air pollution control Indoor air pollution control Neutralization of sewage sludge and wastewater Neutralization of solid wastes and sludges Remediation of polluted sites Water quality and supply Energy saving and recovery Environmental Engineering III contains 88 selected and peer reviewed papers from 327 contributions presented during the 3rd Congress of Environmental Engineering, and is a valuable sources of information for academics and engineers in environmental engineering.

Bibliographie Mensuelle

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Water And Nutrient Management In Natural And Constructed Wetlands

Author: Jan Vymazal
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9789048195855
Size: 20,29 MB
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Natural and constructed wetlands play a very important role within the landscape and their ecological services are highly valuable. Water management, including flood water retention, biomass production, carbon sequestration, wastewater treatment and as a biodiversity source are among the most important ecological services of wetlands. In order to provide these services, wetlands need to be properly evaluated, protected and maintained. This book provides results of the latest research in wetland science around the world. Chapters deal with such topics as the use of constructed wetlands for treatment of various types of wastewater, use of constructed wetlands in agroforestry, wetland hydrology and evapotranspiration, the effect of wetlands on landscape temperature, and chemical properties of wetland soils.

Alternative Policies For The Control Of Air Pollution In Poland

Author: Robin W. Bates
Editor: Washington, D.C. : World Bank
ISBN: 9780821327531
Size: 18,84 MB
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Environmental Aid Programmes To Eastern Europe

Author: Ragnar Löfstedt
ISBN: 9781859722015
Size: 16,13 MB
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This book breaks new ground in that it attempts something innovative in the area of East European environmental aid. It combines a series of case studies (looking at the environmental aid of several European countries) within large theoretical sections aiming to identify the mistakes that have been made in the field of environmental aid. It uses this to examine how these nations can improve their environmental aid programmes overall.