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The current electrical revolution: portrait of a newly emerging architecture in industrialized countries

Dunsky, Philippe U. (1 oct. 2008)

In the short and medium terms, the precise architecture of the industrial world’s electricity system remains hazy. Yet in the long term, it seems quite clearly headed toward a new configuration, rooted in a triad of solid trends: miniaturization, decentralization and the “greening” of power ...

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Quasi-Circular Growth: a Pragmatic Approach to Sustainability for Non-Renewable Material Resources

Grosse, François (15 oct. 2012)

How can the long term management of non-renewable raw materials be optimised? This article develops a dynamic model of raw material flows which makes it possible to draw up the three conditions in which a growing economy optimises the use of non-renewable resources: • It experiences low material ...

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Trade Policy and the Global Environment

Clarke, Harry (20 nov. 2010)

Sound global environmental policies in relation to trade do not harm global economic welfare—they promote it. Provided appropriate compensations are paid from the gains yielded by sound policies, both developed and emerging countries can enjoy improved economic welfare as a consequence of such ...

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The Transformative value of Ecological Pragmatism. An Introduction to the Work of Bryan G. Norton

Afeissa, Hicham-Stéphane (23 déc. 2008)

In the space of only a few years, Bryan Norton has become one of the essential actors of environmental ethics through his launching of what has become one of its dominant trends: environmental pragmatism. Environmental pragmatism refuses to take a stance in the dispute between the defenders of ...

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Dissipating the fuzziness around interdisciplinarity: The case of climate change research

Blanchard, Anne et al. (19 juil. 2010)

Late last century saw an increasing realisation of significant environmental changes on a global scale, characterised by high levels of dynamism and complexity, and important stakes. Perhaps foremost among these global changes is the issue of climate change, which will form the context of this paper ...

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Biocultural Design: A New Conceptual Framework for Sustainable Development in Rural Indigenous and Local Communities

Davidson-Hunt, Iain J. et al. (23 août 2012)

New approaches for sustainable development in rural indigenous and local communities have emerged that are rooted in their distinct cultural identities and claims for greater control over land, development and identity. One such approach is that of biocultural heritage, which emerged out of work to ...

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Transborder Drylands Restoration: Vision and Reality After Three Decades of Innovative Partnerships on the U.S.-Mexico Border

Barry, Tom (31 mai 2014)

Cuenca Los Ojos (CLO) is a private organization dedicated to large-scale restoration of degraded arid and semi-arid ecosystems. Incorporated both in Mexico and in the United States, CLO has land-restoration projects that span 748 square kilometres in the Mexico-U.S. borderlands region. This case ...

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Methods for visual quality assessment of a digital terrain model

Podobnikar, Tomaz (29 janv. 2009)

A Digital Terrain Model (DTM) is a continuous representation of a ground surface landform that is commonly used to produce topographic maps. DTMs are created by integrating data obtained from a wide range of techniques including remote sensing and land surveying. Quality assessment of data is a ...

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Brother, Can You Spare Me a Planet? Mainstream Economic Theory and the Environmental Crisis

Nadeau, Robert L. (27 sept. 2009)

The economic theory that serves as the basis for coordinating economic activities in the global market system and for implementing economic solutions for environmental problems is neoclassical economics. In economic textbooks, the creators of this theory are credited with transforming the study of ...

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