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Climate change science and policy [Monograph]
Schneider, S.H. \ cop. 2010
climatic change - government policy - greenhouse gases - environmental factors - environmental impact - environmental policy - international cooperation - world - science - state

This is the most comprehensive and current reference resource on Climate Change available today. It features forty-nine individual chapters by some of the world's leading Climate scientists. Its five sections address Climate Change in five dimensions: ecological impacts, Policy analysis, international considerations, United States considerations, and mitigation options to reduce carbon emissions. In many ways, this volume supersedes the "Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change" ("IPCC"). Many important developments too recent to be treated in the 2007 IPCC documents are covered here. Overall, "Climate Change Science and Policy" paints a direr picture of the effects of Climate Change than do the IPCC reports. It reveals that Climate Change has progressed faster than the IPCC reports anticipated and that the outlook for the future is bleaker than the IPCC reported.

Used in course: ESA-23306 Introduction to Global Change
Environmental assessments for pollution management [Lecture notes]
Kroeze, C. \ Wageningen University \ 2015
environmental impact - environmental assessment - environmental management - pollution

Used in course: ESA-31806 Environmental Assessments for Pollution Management
Environmental sociology [Monograph] - 2nd ed
Hannigan, J. \ 2006
environment - environmental impact - man - sociology - policy - environmental policy - ecology - politics - biodiversity - scientific research - human impact - western world

This new edition of John Hannigan's well-known and respected text has been thoroughly revised to reflect recent conceptual and empirical advances in Environmental Sociology. The book offers a distinctive and even-handed treatment of Environmental issues and debates, integrating European theoretical contributions such as risk society and ecological modernization with North American empirical insights and findings. The key updates include: an extended discussion of how classic sociological theory relates to contemporary Environmental Sociology; a critical overview of contemporary interdisciplinary perspectives, namely co-constructionist theories of 'socionature'; a focus on cultural sociologies of the environment, notably discourse analysis and social framing; updated coverage of the Environmental justice movement and grassroots mobilizations; a review of the linkages between Environmental Sociology and the Sociology of disasters; and, a brand new case history chapter on the escalating global environmental problem.

Used in course: ESA-20806 Principles of Environmental Sciences
Environmental systems analysis: methods and applications [Lecture notes]
Wageningen University \ 2014
environment - systems analysis - models - environmental impact - environmental analysis

Used in course: ESA-22806 Environmental Systems Analysis: Methods and Applications
Integrated environmental assessment : pollution management [Lecture notes]
Wageningen University \ [2009]
environmental assessment - environmental management - environmental policy - pollution - nitrogen - nitrogen cycle - netherlands - environmental impact - environmental analysis - environmental chemistry

Used in course: ESA-31806 Environmental Assessments for Pollution Management
Introduction to environmental systems analysis [Lecture notes]
Amstel, A.R. van \ Wageningen University \ 2014
environmental impact - environmental assessment - systems analysis - environment - environmental analysis

Used in course: ESA-20506 Introduction to Environmental Systems Analysis
Milieu & innovatie [Lecture notes]
Amstel, A.R. van \ Fortuin, K.P.J. \ [ca. 2009]
environmental management - innovations - agriculture and environment

Used in course: ESA-10309 Environmental Sciences and Society
Milieu & maatschappij [Lecture notes]
Amstel, A.R. van \ 2009
environment - environmental policy - society - environmental communication - environmental economics - environmental sciences

Used in course: ESA-10309 Environmental Sciences and Society
Principles of environmental science : inquiry & application [Monograph] - Eighth editon.
Cunningham, William P.. \ Cunningham, Mary Ann \ 2017
Environmental sciences

Used in course: ESA-20806 Principles of Environmental Sciences
The hitch hiker's guide to LCA : an orientation in life cycle assessment methodology and application [Monograph]
Baumann, H. \ Tillman, A.M. \ 2004
products - life cycle - methodology - environment - environmental impact - waste management - product development - textbooks - life cycle assessment

Life cycle assessment (LCA) is the assessment of the environmental impact of a product throughout its life cycle. The holistic perspective that LCA provides on the environmental performance of products has made it a central concept for both environmental management in industry and environmental policy-making in public government.

Used in course: YPS-30306 Analysis and Management of Sustainable Organic Production Chains; ESA-20506 Introduction to Environmental Systems Analysis; BCT-50806 Sustainability Analysis; BCT-32806 Sustainability Analysis
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