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Harvesting rainwater from buildings [Monograph]
Haq, PEng, Syed Azizul \ 2017
Environment - Aquatic ecology - Biotechnology - Civil engineering - Environmental engineering - Rainwater - Water - Water harvesting

The present book describes in detail all aspects of rainwater harvesting, including the basic concepts, procedures, opportunities and practice of rainwater harvesting mainly focusing its application in buildings of various occupancies and sizes. It provides a user-friendly methodology for the planning, design, construction and maintenance of rainwater harvesting infrastructure, in buildings and its premise, as a supplement to conventional water supplies. It highlights the application of plumbing technology, which is an important aspect of rainwater harvesting in buildings. It also includes global rainfall scenario and brief notes on all the elements of rainwater harvesting used in buildings. It is a valuable reference resource for policy and decision-makers, as well as for engineers, architects and students.

Environmentalism since 1945 [Monograph]
Haq, G. \ Paul, A. \ 2012
environment - quality - promotion - interest groups - governance - environmental policy - usa - history

Today environmental issues are part of daily life, a feature of the modern world almost everyone now recognises. Contemporary environmentalism has promoted a way of speaking and thinking about the environment that was not possible or imaginable decades ago. Environmentalism since1945 provides a concise introduction to the greening of politics, science, economics and culture in the post-war period. It covers key issues such as the: birth of the environmental movement development of global environmental governance climate science and the rise of climate scepticism Green New Deal and the call for prosperity without growth greening of mainstream culture and efforts to change attitudes and behaviour; challenges the environmental movement will have to address to continue to be a force change. Each chapter provides a historical perspective, anchoring topics to real events, influential ideas, and prominent figures. An essential introduction for all those interested in the history of environmentalism.

Soil-less agriculture gains ground \ LEISA : ILEIA newsletter for low-external-input and sustainable agriculture [Article]
Haq, A.H.M.R. \ Nawaz, K.W. \ 2009
farm management - farm planning - agriculture - production structure - agricultural structure - alternative farming - organic farming - farming systems - soilless culture - flooded land - wetlands - bangladesh - agroecosystems - agrotechnology

A few years ago, we published an article written by Rezaul Haq, Tapan Kumar and Pritam Ghosh, called “Cultivating wetlands in Bangladesh”. This article looked at the work of a small NGO promoting “soil-less floating agriculture” in the south-western region of Bangladesh. This method was described as being highly productive and ecologically sound, especially considering that large areas of Bangladesh are continuously flooded. Due to the many advantages presented, we decided to ask the authors how their project is doing now

Cultivating wetlands in Bangladesh \ LEISA : ILEIA newsletter for low-external-input and sustainable agriculture [Article]
Haq, A.H.M.R. \ Ghosal, T.K. \ Ghosh, P. \ 2004
farm management - farm planning - agriculture - production structure - agricultural structure - alternative farming - organic farming - agricultural production - farm results - soilless culture - wetlands - hydroponics - floating - bangladesh

Soil-less agriculture is an indigenous practice of sustainable wetland utilization in parts of south-west Bangladseh. People living within the wetland ecosystem utilize locally available paddy straw, water hyacinths and various aquatic plants for making floating islands of organic material on which crops, seedlings and vegetables are grown. The productivity of this farming system is more or less 10 times higher than traditional land-based agricultural production

Women reintroducing neglected crops \ LEISA : ILEIA newsletter for low-external-input and sustainable agriculture [Article]
Haq, N. \ 2004
farm management - farm planning - agriculture - production structure - agricultural structure - alternative farming - organic farming - traditional farming - subsistence farming - farm management - women - crops - cultivation - development projects - training

In African rural communities women in particular have a rich traditional knowledge of the value and properties of many minor local crops. They understand their nutritional value and know they are well adapted to the local agro-climate. These crops can be grown in kitchen gardens or on farmland with far fewer inputs than commercial varieties. In many households they are known as famine crops and, in some cases, they can be processed or sold directly to provide much needed cash for such essentials as school fees and health care

Ber [Monograph]
Pareek, O.P. \ Hughes, A. \ Haq, N. \ 2001
ziziphus mauritiana - tropical tree fruits - crop husbandry - plant breeding - plant pathology - varieties - crop production - utilization - marketing
Underutilized crops of Pakistan : proceedings of a symposium held at the Plant Genetic Resources Institute, National Agricultural Research Centre, Islamabad, Pakistan, May 28-29, 1997 [Conference proceedings]
Haq, N. \ Anthony, K. \ Sarwar, M. \ 1998
field crops - fruits - cultivation - plant genetic resources - pakistan
Towards sustainable transport planning : a comparison between Britain and the Netherlands [Monograph]
Haq, G. \ 1997
transport - planning - sustainability - great britain - netherlands
Domestication, production and utilization of new crops [Monograph]
Smartt, J. \ Haq, N. \ 1997
crops - acclimatization - domestication - origin - distribution - establishment - wild plants - botany - new crops - economic botany
Sea-level rise and coastal subsidence : causes, consequences, and strategies [Monograph]
Milliman, J.D. \ Haq, B.U. \ Broadus, James M. \ 1996
coasts - beaches - climatic change - global warming - subsidence - policy - water erosion - tides - regression - transgression - water level - sea level - sea level fluctuations
Global commitment for women's advancement and African reality \ Development : journal of the Society for International Development [Article]
Haq, K. \ 1996
international cooperation - development aid - rural planning - rural development - socioeconomics - economic development - world - developing countries - economic cooperation - economic planning - women - social structure - sex - participation - conferences - africa - feminism - emancipation of women - female equality - gender

Khadija Haq analyses gender equality in Africa and assesses how the global agenda for women's empowerment adopted in Beijing (Fourth Women's Conference) can improve the situation of African women

The UN and the Bretton Woods institutions : new challenges for the twenty-first century [Conference proceedings]
Haq, M. ul \ Jolly, R. \ Streeten, P. \ 1995
economics - integration - international cooperation - international monetary fund - world bank - economic cooperation - international banks - international economy - international relations - world economy
Feasibility study on different manual pumps in farmers' fields \ A.M.A. : agricultural mechanization in Asia, Africa and Latin America [Article]
Haq, M.M. \ Islam, M.T. \ Baqui, M.A. \ 1994
farm equipment - farm machinery - developing countries - machines - irrigation - water supply - groundwater extraction - horizontal wells - pumps - transport - economics - use value - economic impact
Track to the future : the best environmental alternative for the expansion of the Amsterdam - Utrecht corridor [Monograph]
Bolhuis, M. \ Diez, M. \ Haq, G. \ 1991
air pollution - communication - environmental impact - environmental impact reporting - environmental legislation - environmental policy - government policy - netherlands - regulations - soil pollution - traffic - transport - water pollution - amsterdam - noord-holland - utrecht
Harnessing the under - utilized animal power for pumping irrigation water in Bangladesh \ A.M.A. : agricultural mechanization in Asia, Africa and Latin America [Article]
Baqui, M.A. \ Haq, K.A. \ 1989
farm equipment - farm machinery - developing countries - machines - irrigation - working animals - animal power - draught animals - groundwater extraction - horizontal wells - Bangladesh
Focus on multilateralism [Monograph]
Haq, K. \ Williams, M. \ Harcourt, W. \ Cassani, R. \ 1989
development - development planning - economic development - economic policy - economics - integration - international cooperation - un - economic cooperation - international economy - international relations - world economy
Draft power constraints on turnaround time in Bangladesh : a pilot study [Monograph]
Orr, A.W. \ Nazrul Islam, A.S.M. \ Haq, M.M. \ 1989
Bangladesh - double cropping - draught animals - intensive cropping - Oryza sativa - rice
New crops for food and industry [Monograph]
Wickens, G.E. \ Haq, N. \ Day, P. \ 1989
crops - acclimatization - domestication - agronomy - origin - distribution - establishment - new crops
Human development : the neglected dimension [Conference proceedings]
Haq, K. \ Kirdar, U. \ 1986
developing countries - economic development - rural development - rural planning - socioeconomics - economic planning
Third World debt : issues and experiences [Monograph]
Haq, K. \ Haq, M. ul \ Friedman, I.S. \ 1984
debt - developing countries - government - loans - public loans
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