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The Amphibian Extinction Crisis - what will it take to put the action into the Amphibian Conservation Action Plan?

Bishop, P. J. et al. (23 août 2012)

The current mass extinction episode is most apparent in the amphibians. With approximately 7,000 species, amphibians are dependent on clean fresh water and damp habitats and are considered vulnerable to habitat loss (deforestation), changes in water or soil quality and the potential impacts of ...

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The Challenges of Temporality to Depollution & Remediation

Gray-Cosgrove, Carmella et al. (14 janv. 2016)

Complete depollution and effective remediation are impossible for many wastes. Long-enduring and even permanent wastes such as nuclear waste, ocean plastics, orbital debris, and persistent organic pollutants (POPs), among others, present unique problems for remediation because of their temporality. ...

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Integration of Geomatics in Research & Development

Pilesjö, Petter et al. (18 déc. 2009)

The use of Geographical Information Systems (GIS) within the society as well as in academic work has increased rapidly over the last decades. This also means that Geomatics has started to create problems in both academic and non-academic worlds. Firstly because it bridges borders that have been in ...

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Applying a System of Systems Approach for Improved Transportation

Parker, James M. (9 sept. 2010)

Future national, commercial, and individual prosperity must rely on a global transportation schema that is dependable, efficient, safe and resilient. To be successful, this global transportation schema must accommodate the needs of local communities within the constructs of larger regional and ...

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Vol.7 / n°1

Church, Sarah P. et al. (10 sept. 2014)

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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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Sustainable development indicators: a scientific challenge, a democratic issue

Boulanger, Paul-Marie (23 déc. 2008)

Social indicators, and therefore sustainable development indicators also, are scientific constructs whose principal objective is to inform public policy-making. Their usefulness is dependant on trade-offs between scientific soundness and rigor, political effectiveness and democratic legitimacy. The ...

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Three strategies for sustainable consumption

Boulanger, Paul-Marie (9 sept. 2010)

An environmental program of sustainable consumption is one that causes humans to flourish along with the ecosystems. It fosters humans’ well-being and quality of life, along with environmental quality. We argue that there are three different, but complementary, ways to achieve these objectives: ...

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Vol.8 / n°1

Gray-Cosgrove, Carmella et al. (1 déc. 2015)

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Politics meets Science: The case of neonicotinoid insecticides in Europe

McGrath, Peter F. (10 sept. 2014)

In April 2013, based on reviews by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), the European Commission announced a two-year ban on the use of three insecticides in the neonicotinoid group on certain flowering crops, as well as on certain crops that are not attractive to bees at certain times of the ...

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