Forms of energy that are constantly and rapidly renewed by natural processes such as solar, ocean wave, and wind energy. (from McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 6th ed)
Planned management, use, and preservation of energy resources.
The chemical reactions involved in the production and utilization of various forms of energy in cells.
Total number of calories taken in daily whether ingested or by parenteral routes.
Available manpower, facilities, revenue, equipment, and supplies to produce requisite health care and services.
The transfer of energy of a given form among different scales of motion. (From McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 6th ed). It includes the transfer of kinetic energy and the transfer of chemical energy. The transfer of chemical energy from one molecule to another depends on proximity of molecules so it is often used as in techniques to measure distance such as the use of FORSTER RESONANCE ENERGY TRANSFER.
A sequence of amino acids in a polypeptide or of nucleotides in DNA or RNA that is similar across multiple species. A known set of conserved sequences is represented by a CONSENSUS SEQUENCE. AMINO ACID MOTIFS are often composed of conserved sequences.
Descriptions of specific amino acid, carbohydrate, or nucleotide sequences which have appeared in the published literature and/or are deposited in and maintained by databanks such as GENBANK, European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL), National Biomedical Research Foundation (NBRF), or other sequence repositories.
An animal or plant species in danger of extinction. Causes can include human activity, changing climate, or change in predator/prey ratios.
A functional system which includes the organisms of a natural community together with their environment. (McGraw Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed)
The process of cumulative change at the level of DNA; RNA; and PROTEINS, over successive generations.
Societal or individual decisions about the equitable distribution of available resources.
The order of amino acids as they occur in a polypeptide chain. This is referred to as the primary structure of proteins. It is of fundamental importance in determining PROTEIN CONFORMATION.
The variety of all native living organisms and their various forms and interrelationships.
The relationships of groups of organisms as reflected by their genetic makeup.
The sequence of PURINES and PYRIMIDINES in nucleic acids and polynucleotides. It is also called nucleotide sequence.
The arrangement of two or more amino acid or base sequences from an organism or organisms in such a way as to align areas of the sequences sharing common properties. The degree of relatedness or homology between the sequences is predicted computationally or statistically based on weights assigned to the elements aligned between the sequences. This in turn can serve as a potential indicator of the genetic relatedness between the organisms.
The restriction of a characteristic behavior, anatomical structure or physical system, such as immune response; metabolic response, or gene or gene variant to the members of one species. It refers to that property which differentiates one species from another but it is also used for phylogenetic levels higher or lower than the species.
Loss of water by diffusion through the skin and by evaporation from the respiratory tract.
The protection, preservation, restoration, and rational use of all resources in the total environment.
A clear, odorless, tasteless liquid that is essential for most animal and plant life and is an excellent solvent for many substances. The chemical formula is hydrogen oxide (H2O). (McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed)
A province of Canada lying between the provinces of Manitoba and Quebec. Its capital is Toronto. It takes its name from Lake Ontario which is said to represent the Iroquois oniatariio, beautiful lake. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p892 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p391)
The largest country in North America, comprising 10 provinces and three territories. Its capital is Ottawa.
The science of developing, caring for, or cultivating forests.
Water in its gaseous state. (From McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 6th ed)
Acquisition, organization, and preparation of library materials for use, including selection, weeding, cataloging, classification, and preservation.
Spectrophotometric techniques by which the absorption or emmision spectra of radiation from atoms are produced and analyzed.
Techniques using energy such as radio frequency, infrared light, laser light, visible light, or acoustic energy to transfer information without the use of wires, over both short and long distances.
Process of shifting publicly controlled services and/or facilities to the private sector.
The science, art or practice of cultivating soil, producing crops, and raising livestock.

A longitudinal study of informational interventions to save energy in an office building. (1/98)

Informational interventions were employed to promote two behaviors relevant for efficient heating of individual offices in a large office building. In two successive winter seasons, interventions were applied during 4-week periods. Short-term effects were assessed weekly, and long-term effects were assessed 1 year after each of the two intervention periods. Improvements were observed in each intervention period, with partial behavior maintenance 1 year later. The changes observed in the individual offices across conditions are suggestive of the program's capacity to correct relapses in earlier proenvironmental behavior.  (+info)

Healthy communities must also be sustainable communities. (2/98)

The author contends that healthy communities must be both environmentally and socially sustainable, given that health depends on the quality of the built and natural environments, and that global change resulting from the industrial economy is affecting the web of life. He argues that suburban sprawl wastes scarce resources and disproportionately places those resources in the hands of suburban dwellers. Urban areas can be made more environmentally sustainable, especially with respect to energy consumption, which will help reduce air pollution and climate change and contribute in other ways to improved health.  (+info)

Performance of an age series of alnus-cardamom plantations in the Sikkim Himalaya: productivity, energetics and efficiencies. (3/98)

Biomass, net primary productivity, energetics and energy efficiencies were estimated in an age series of Alnus-cardamom plantations in the eastern Himalaya. The impact of stand age (5, 10, 15, 20, 30 and 40 years) on the performance of mixtures of N2-fixing (Alnus nepalensis) and non-N2-fixing (large cardamom) plants was studied. Large cardamom (Amomum subulatum) is the most important perennial cash crop in the region and is cultivated predominantly under Alnus trees. Net primary productivity was lowest (7 t ha(-1) per year) in the 40-year-old stand and was more than three times higher (22 t ha(-1) per year) in the 15-year-old stand. Agronomic yield of large cardamom peaked between 15 and 20 years of age. Cardamom productivity doubled from the 5- to the 15-year-old stand, and then decreased with plantation age to reach a minimum in the 40-year-old stand. Performance of cardamom in association of N2-fixing Alnus remained beneficial until 20 years of age. Annual net energy fixation was highest (444 x 10(6) kJ ha(-1) per year) in the 15-year-old stand, being 1.4 times that of the 5-year-old stand and 2.9-times that of the 40-year-old stand. Inverse relationships of production efficiency, energy conversion efficiency and energy utilized in N2-fixation against stand age, and a positive relationship between production efficiency and energy conversion efficiency suggest that the younger plantations are more productive. The Alnus-cardamom plantation system will be sustainable by adopting a rotational cycle of 15 to 20 years.  (+info)

The public health benefits of insulation retrofits in existing housing in the United States. (4/98)

BACKGROUND: Methodological limitations make it difficult to quantify the public health benefits of energy efficiency programs. To address this issue, we developed a risk-based model to estimate the health benefits associated with marginal energy usage reductions and applied the model to a hypothetical case study of insulation retrofits in single-family homes in the United States. METHODS: We modeled energy savings with a regression model that extrapolated findings from an energy simulation program. Reductions of fine particulate matter (PM2.5) emissions and particle precursors (SO2 and NOx) were quantified using fuel-specific emission factors and marginal electricity analyses. Estimates of population exposure per unit emissions, varying by location and source type, were extrapolated from past dispersion model runs. Concentration-response functions for morbidity and mortality from PM2.5 were derived from the epidemiological literature, and economic values were assigned to health outcomes based on willingness to pay studies. RESULTS: In total, the insulation retrofits would save 800 TBTU (8 x 10(14) British Thermal Units) per year across 46 million homes, resulting in 3,100 fewer tons of PM2.5, 100,000 fewer tons of NOx, and 190,000 fewer tons of SO2 per year. These emission reductions are associated with outcomes including 240 fewer deaths, 6,500 fewer asthma attacks, and 110,000 fewer restricted activity days per year. At a state level, the health benefits per unit energy savings vary by an order of magnitude, illustrating that multiple factors (including population patterns and energy sources) influence health benefit estimates. The health benefits correspond to 1.3 billion dollars per year in externalities averted, compared with 5.9 billion dollars per year in economic savings. CONCLUSION: In spite of significant uncertainties related to the interpretation of PM2.5 health effects and other dimensions of the model, our analysis demonstrates that a risk-based methodology is viable for national-level energy efficiency programs.  (+info)

An enhanced rate-based emission trading program for NOX: the Dutch model. (5/98)

Since 1997 government and industry in The Netherlands have been engaged in intensive policy discussions on how to design an emission trading program that would satisfy the Government's policy objectives within the national and international regulatory framework and accommodate industry's need for a flexible and cost-effective approach. Early on in the discussion the most promising solution was a rate-based approach, which dynamically allocated saleable emission credits based on a performance standard rate and actual energy used by facilities. All industrial facilities above a threshold of 20 MWth would be judged on their ability to meet this performance rate. Those "cleaner" than the standard can sell excess credits to others with an allocation that is less than their actual NOX emission. With some changes in law, such a design could be made to fit well into the national and EU legislative framework while at the same time uniquely meeting industry's requirement of flexibility toward economic growth and facility expansion. (An analysis of the legislative changes required will be given in a separate paper by Chris Dekkers.) However, the environmental outcome of such a system is not as certain as under an absolute emission cap. At the request of the Netherlands Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment (VROM), Automated Credit Exchange (ACE), in close cooperation with the working group of government and industry representatives introduced a number of features into the Dutch NOX program allowing full exploitation of market mechanisms while allowing intermediate adjustments in the performance standard rates. The design is geared toward meeting environmental targets without jeopardizing the trading market the program intends to create. The paper discusses the genesis of the two-tier credit system ACE helped to design, explains the differences between primary (fixed) and secondary (variable) credits, and outlines how the Dutch system is expected to function once implemented in 2004. The paper also discusses the market trading simulation held in early 2001 to assess and test the trading program, and reviews also the current status of the market program development.  (+info)

A structural model that explains the effects of hyperglycemia on collagenolysis. (6/98)

Prior investigations into the effects hyperglycemia on collagen degradation have yielded conflicting results. We present a new formalism for understanding the biochemistry of collagenolysis and the effects of hyperglycemia on collagen degradation. The analysis is based on an understanding of environments that affect the conformational stability of collagen. We suggest that collagen can exist in two distinct conformational states-a native state and a vulnerable state. Vulnerable collagen corresponds to a non-native conformation where partially unfolded regions near collagenase cleavage sites enable collagenases to efficiently degrade collagen. Theoretical calculations on collagen-like model peptides suggest that relatively short periods of hyperglycemia can alter the equilibrium distribution of states to favor vulnerable states of collagen. These data provide new insights into the mechanism of collagenolysis and resolve apparently discrepant experimental data on the effects of hyperglycemia on collagen degradation.  (+info)

Powering the future: how Hamilton Health Sciences put cogeneration to work for healthcare. (7/98)

The absolute necessity of a stable and uninterrupted power supply within hospitals makes many of these facilities uniquely suited to cogeneration plants. Hamilton Health Sciences recently completed the largest hospital cogeneration project ever undertaken in the country. Spanning three acute care hospitals and generating a combined total of 22.75 megawatts of electricity, Hamilton Health Sciences' cogeneration plants address energy supply issues by offering a clean and reliable power source completely within the hospital's control, and provide the organization with the potential to generate its own revenue into the future by selling excess electricity back to the province. The following article highlights Hamilton Health Sciences' approach to the project, including some important lessons learned, and may serve as an example for other publicly funded institutions interested in implementing similar projects.  (+info)

Health, environmental, and economic costs from the use of a stabilized diesel/ethanol mixture in the city of Sao Paulo, Brazil. (8/98)

In Greater Metropolitan Sao Paulo, Brazil, fossil fuel combustion in the transportation system is a major cause of outdoor air pollution. Air quality improvement requires additional policies and technological upgrades in fuels and vehicle engines. The current study thus simulated the environmental and social impacts resulting from the use of a stabilized diesel/ethanol mixture in the bus and truck fleet in Greater Metropolitan Sao Paulo. The evaluation showed reductions in air pollutants, mainly PM10, which would help avert a number of disease events and deaths, as estimated through dose-response functions of epidemiological studies on respiratory and cardiovascular diseases. Valuation of the impacts using an environmental cost-benefit analysis considered operational installation, job generation, potential carbon credits, and health costs, with an overall positive balance of US$ 2.851 million. Adding the estimated qualitative benefits to the quantitative ones, the project's benefits far outweigh the measured costs. Greater Metropolitan Sao Paulo would benefit from any form of biodiesel use, producing environmental, health and socioeconomic gains, the three pillars of sustainability.  (+info)

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In this regard EIOPA has given some definitions such as infrastructure asset, infrastructure project entity or special purpose entity which help to specify the structural sector risks.. In addition, EIOPA has made express reference to different types of risks linked to the infrastructure investments, such as predictability of cash flows, contractual framework, credit quality, political risk, structural requirements, financial risk, construction risk, operating risk, the design and technology risk and the equity risk calibration.. Thus, after a deep analysis of the sector and its appropriate risk management, EIOPA proposes that it is necessary to stipulate some steps and procedures to be implemented by undertakings to address the risks posed by such investments.. In this regard, EIOPAs advice asserts that undertakings need to have written policies covering all materiel risks to which they are exposed. In particular investment risk management, asset-liability management, liquidity risk ...
Three years after the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) commenced operations, this report analyses the Banks guidelines and past experience in selected countries (China, India, Bangladesh, Russia). We find that the AIIBs policies and strategies show a strong narrative of transformational change and sustainability. It is also the fastest-growing MDB in terms of both membership and capital investments. However, looking at investment criteria, the AIIB is not yet setting new standards in terms of Paris-alignment. The bank does also not yet reach international standards with regard to accountability, information disclosure and complaint handling.
TY - JOUR. T1 - Highway infrastructure investment and county employment growth. T2 - A dynamic panel regression analysis. AU - Jiwattanakulpaisarn, Piyapong. AU - Noland, Robert B.. AU - Graham, Daniel J.. AU - Polak, John W.. PY - 2009/5/11. Y1 - 2009/5/11. N2 - This paper uses recent advances in dynamic panel econometrics to examine the impact of highway infrastructure on aggregate county-level employment using data for all 100 North Carolina counties from 1985 through 1997. Results are compared to models that do not take endogeneity of highway investment and dynamics of employment adjustment into account. Fully specified dynamic models are found to give insignificant results compared to these other models. Thus, when these issues are properly modeled, the results show that improvements in highways have no discernible impact on employment.. AB - This paper uses recent advances in dynamic panel econometrics to examine the impact of highway infrastructure on aggregate county-level employment ...
Article Risk-based sequential allocation of competing sanitation infrastructure investments. Given severe sanitation service shortages, infrastructure interdependencies and extreme scarcity of funding that prevail in many developing countries, the al...
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Despite the difficult economic climate, Portugal has continued to develop and reform its energy policies since the previous International Energy Agency (IEA) in-depth review in 2009. These changes have resulted in greater economic activity in the energy sector, increased renewable energy deployment, further market liberalisation and greater emphasis on energy efficiency in policy making. A new strategy emphasising renewable energy and energy efficiency has focused efforts on meeting national and European energy policy objectives, as Portugal seeks also to lower investment costs and greater national competitiveness. The new strategy includes proposals to reinforce interconnections with transnational European electricity and natural gas networks, and measures to promote economic and environmental sustainability. The strategy should accommodate regular independent reviews and monitoring tools to examine implementation of energy policy to ensure that it remains relevant and cost-effective.
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The aim of the course is to use the Asian example to build on and further strengthen students knowledge of the energy systems implications and transformations. The course is complementary with the introductory course to the Energy Policy Studies program in its basic reasoning. Simultaneously, it is easily understandable for students with no previous theoretical or empirical knowledge. The first part considers energy security as a policy concern on nation-states level, as a problem of cross-border resource supplies, as a significant part of domestic and foreign policies, a strategic matter for governments. On examples of major actors energy policies from the region (China, Russia, Central Asian producers), it touches its most conventional understanding. In the second part, the course moves to other reasoning lines, which go beyond the core concerns of having secure and reliable energy systems. It presents the lack of access to electricity and modern sources of energy millions in Asia still ...
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His carbon-obsessed energy policy will make America Smoggy Again. Scroll through Donald Trumps campaign promises or listen to his speeches and you could easily conclude that his energy policy consists of little more than a wish list drawn up by the major fossil fuel companies: lift environmental restrictions on oil and natural gas extraction, build the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines, open more federal lands to drilling, withdraw from the Paris climate agreement, kill Obamas Clean Power Plan, revive the coal mining indust
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Michael Klare, author of Rising Powers, Shrinking Planet: The New Geopolitics of Energy, about how US energy policy compares with other countries energy policies around the world.
The Task Force on Energy Policy addresses energy policy in the United States and its effects on our domestic and international political priorities, particularly our national security.
The Task Force on Energy Policy addresses energy policy in the United States and its effects on our domestic and international political priorities, particularly our national security.
Read the full report Executive Summary The Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities (AHSC) program provides substantial benefits to underserved Californians while improving our climate.
The 2021 Regional Progress Report tracks change across economic growth, development, travel, and other important indicators in the Sacramento region. By assessing where the region is on a range of key topics the Progress Report serves as a first step for updating the Metropolitan Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy (MTP/SCS), SACOGs long-range plan updated every four years to pro-actively link land use, air quality, and transportation needs in the Sacramento region. ...
RE Sources promotes sustainable communities and protects the health of northwestern Washington people and ecosystems through application of science, education, advocacy and action. Our vision is to see people living satisfying lives in accord with the ecosystem we depend on - generation after generation.
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The ChargePoint Network. Click to enlarge. Coulomb Technologies is introducing a new smart charging infrastructure for plug-in vehicles, including Extended Range Electric Vehicles (EREVs such as the Volt), Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs), and Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs). Coulombs ChargePoint Network includes public charging stations, a consumer subscription plan and...
Oxfam welcomes the opportunity to comment on the Issue Note on AIIB Energy Strategy: Sustainable Energy for Asia, and this document details our inputs for the preparation of the AIIB first Energy Strategy draft.. download ...
EPI research shows that the U.S. economy would benefit enormously from an ambitious increase in public investment, including infrastructure investment. Such investment would create jobs and finally lock-in genuine full employment in the near-term, and would provide a needed boost to productivity growth (or how much income and output each hour of work generates in the economy) in the medium-term. Further, infrastructure investments would ensure that we do not leave future generations a deficit of underinvestment and deferred maintenance of public assets. Smart public investment should put the needs of the public first and should not undercut workers wages.. ...
Billions of dollars have been allocated by the World Bank for infrastructure projects in the Chinese Silk Road Economic Belt, according to the banks president Jim Yong Kim at the 1+6 roundtable meeting in Beijing.. Investments, particularly in infrastructure, are extremely important. The Chinese initiative of the economic belt of the Silk Road catalyzes infrastructure investments, he told the heads of major international organizations.. The World Bank will help the countries within the initiative to take maximum advantage of the opportunities provided, in accordance with their own development strategies, he added.. According to the World Banks International Finance Corporation (IFC), an extra $1 billion is expected to be raised within a year as part of a planned $5 billion infrastructure investment fund for Chinas Road and Belt program.. We have raised the first $1.1 billion, we are going to raise the next billion probably within the next year, thats my guess, IFC Chief Investment ...
Americas mayors are at the forefront of infrastructure initiatives - from public works projects to filling potholes, repairing roads, solid waste management, and more. Mayors from small to large cities, from the South to the West, from Midwest to Northeast, argue that investing in infrastructure to generate jobs and economic growth is the top immediate...
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H.R. 4780. To establish a Government corporation to provide loans and loan guarantees for infrastructure projects, and for other purposes. In, a database of bills in the U.S. Congress.
This notice announces the availability of funding and requests proposals for the Department of Transportations National Infrastructure Investments. In addition, this notice announces selection criteria and pre-application and application requirements for the National Infrastructure Investments....
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The $2 trillion infrastructure and jobs bill proposes investing $100 billion to expand broadband access over the next eight years.
Not surprisingly, in the weeks since the historical hurricane made landfall, new attention is being paid to the mounting costs that coastal world megacities may face. Intriguingly, however, this new conversation about climate, energy policy, and Americas reliance on fossil fuels comes after a five-year period in which the U.S. has dramatically lowered its consumption of oil and seen an equally dramatic upturn in the growth of renewable energy. The combination of declining oil use and a greater reliance on the global powergrid is going to shape energy and climate policy. Especially at a time when the concerns of climate change - or, rather, rising seas and the greenhouse dangers of fossil fuel dependency - are being increasingly raised. This will make for a rather muddled and complex array of diverging policy initiatives. Moreover, as new oil supplies emerge from domestic American sources, the dream of resurrecting this cheap oil era will no doubt come back around several more times. But none of these
Land use/land cover change will have a certain impact on the regional ecological environment. This study uses the questionnaire survey method, an opportunity cost method and a logistic model to evaluate the suitability of an ecological compensation standard for a winter- wheat-fallow cropping system in a groundwater funnel area in Hebei. The main factors affecting farmers willingness to fallow fields provide a theoretical basis for scientifically and rationally developing a rotation policy in the groundwater funnel area. The results indicate the following: (1) nearly 87% of the surveyed farmers would accept a winter-wheat-fallow policy, whereas 13% would not; (2) farmer educational level, the total number of participants in the agricultural labor force, dependency rate, farmers attitudes toward a winter wheat-fallow policy in the groundwater funnel area and the farmer level of trust in government policy have significant positive effects farmer intention to fallow, whereas the number of days of
The APEC Peer Review on Low Carbon Energy Policies (PRLCE) was endorsed by the APEC Energy Ministers at the 2010 Energy Ministerial Meeting. The review is an extension APECs Peer Review on Energy Efficiency and its guidelines ...
This study includes responses to a series of telephone surveys that probed public attitudes toward energy use and conservation in the United States. The data collection effort began in July 1974 and continued through April 1976 as an ongoing project of the United States Federal Energy Administration (now the Department of Energy). Every two weeks, independent samples of the population were interviewed by the Opinion Research Corporation of Princeton, New Jersey, up to a total of 42 surveys containing information obtained from 23,426 respondents. The data were subsequently consolidated in a standard format, with an indication of the date of each survey to facilitate time-series analysis. Variables assessed respondents perceptions of the role of the federal government in energy policy, their knowledge and sources of information about energy, opinions of actual or potential government actions, and personal efforts to conserve energy. Questions were asked about driving habits, use of mass transit, ...
One hundred experts from governments, corporations, academia and civil groups around the globe gathered at the International Energy Agency (IEA) on 10 March to advise on energy policies and new technologies that could help reduce air pollution that each year causes millions of premature deaths and costs the global economy trillions of dollars.. The IEA organised the Energy and Air Quality workshop in Paris to generate input for a Special Report of the 2016 edition of the Agency flagship publication World Energy Outlook (WEO). To be released in June, the Special Report will identify actions to reduce the major role that the energy sector currently has in causing dangerous air pollution.. Air pollution leads to 7 million premature deaths each year, and much of it can be traced back to the energy sector, said IEA Executive Director Fatih Birol as he welcomed the participants to the Agencys headquarters in Paris. There is an urgent need to improve the air we breathe, which is why the IEA is to ...
Looked about but the closest I could find was a poll thread started by Jimz a few years ago. With oil prices climbing back toward $100/per barrel, gas prices rising accordingly and the gubberment trying its best to cut our nutz as far as domestic energy production, regulation and taxation. I think its time for a US energy policy thread. Ill start it off by stating my position: we should exploit every source of energy we have right here on US soil including every form of oil and nukes
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President Obama today defended his record on energy policy and strategy amid rising oil prices and Republican criticism that the presidents policies do not encourage domestic production and energy independence.
This is a good week to reflect on Dick Cheneys role in facilitating fracking. Early in the George W. Bush administration, he put together a task force made up of energy industry CEOs and lobbyists, known as EPACT 2005, which rewrote energy policy. The damage this legislation did is much broader than is usually discussed.
The International Energy Agencys comprehensive 2011 review Polands energy policies and programmes. The review finds that Poland has made commendable ef
The International Energy Agencys 2000 review of Frances energy policies and programmes. It finds that France tries to achieve three major objectives in its e
Ethanol as a government energy policy has been an economic and environmental bust. Theres little debate: it inflates motor fuel prices while compromising the environment. And that was before this …
CAN YOU DO THIS WITH YOUR TAP WATER? from JOSHFOX on Vimeo.. Flammable tap water is not the most disturbing of Foxs findings, however. The drilling process, called hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, which leads to all of this contamination, was exempted in 2005 by the Bush-Cheney Energy Policy Act from United States environmental regulations, including the Safe Drinking Water Act and the Clean Air Act. Whats more, the fight has now moved to Congress, where lobbyists are trying to prevent legislation that would reverse the exemption, making chemicals used in the process subject to the Safe Drinking Water Act, once again.. I repeat: lobbyists are trying to PREVENT legislation that would reverse the exemption…. Pardon me while I try to make sense of this. Instead of preventing accidents like the recent BP oil spill, our very own leaders are ignoring the problem while we scramble to find ways to clean up the mess? - (i.e. Kevin Costners Oil Spill Machines; oil booms and mats made of pantyhose ...
A panel discussion at the University of Ottawa on the future of North American Energy policies, January 22, 2013. Stephen Blank (Visiting Fulbright Researcher in Governance and Public Administration, University of Ottawa), Joseph Dukert (Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington), John Dillon (vice-president, policy and corporate counsel, Canadian Council of Chief Executives) and Monica Gattinger (Aassociate professor, School of Political Studies, University of Ottawa) examine strategies and developments for resource extraction in North America.. ...
This brief examines the stated intentions of President-elect Trumps campaign and transition team regarding energy policy, the potential roadblocks to their realization, and what the administration could reasonably and quickly turn into a reality.
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A recent cross-cutting study published in Energy Policy has received media attention.  According to the new study by researchers at the...
By Willikin of the Weald. It is now clear to see that this governments energy policy is not so much a shambles but more a fiasco. | The Indigenous Uprising of the British Isles
This paper discusses general facts about energy policies and analyzes their relationship to the quality of life in Russia. Aspects of the...
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  • and (4) Energy consumption is necessary to maintain our life style. (
  • A Greenhouse Energy Conservation Checklist has been developed to help you review a greenhouse operation and identify areas where energy consumption can be reduced. (
  • These conservation tips will help you cut your energy consumption, save money, and reduce your impact on the environment. (
  • These include the data requirements for certification reports, the sampling provisions for testing requirements, and the methodology for calculating an allowable "rating" or representation of energy/water efficiency or consumption. (
  • Simple shifts in how people use energy on campus could save as much as 20 percent of energy consumption, and help colleges achieve their clean energy goals. (
  • Motivation: A main obstacle to people reducing their energy use is the lack of frequent and intuitive feedback about their energy consumption. (
  • The rapid deterioration of forest cover and glaciers is a reminder that we need to take urgent action at the individual level to minimise our energy consumption. (
  • In this front, Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Limited (MRPL) has taken the lead both in terms of sustainable development and reduction of energy consumption. (
  • The company on January 15 launched a month-long campaign called 'SAKSHAM' to create awareness on the importance of judicious use of fuel, emphasizing ways to reduce energy consumption in households and daily life. (
  • But with a slew of other options on the table to reduce energy consumption and carbon dioxide emissions-such as carbon taxes, emissions trading schemes, and emissions intensity standards-are efficiency standards the most efficient policy option? (
  • Requires privately owned buildings (institutional, commercial and multifamily residential) and municipal buildings 50,000 ft2+ to be benchmarked and owners must disclose annual energy and water consumption. (
  • Use this energy survey with the School Energy Consumption lesson. (
  • This paper, considers the existing models and tools regarding global assessments in the science-policy interface on biodiversity and ecosystem services, identifies its challenges and outlines new platforms to fill in the gaps for creating scientifically credible and policy-relevant decision-making towards biodiversity conservation. (
  • Systematic planning for biodiversity conservation is being conducted at scales ranging from global to national to regional. (
  • This book provides in-depth coverage of the latest research and development activities concerning innovative wind energy technologies intended to replace fossil fuels on an economical basis. (
  • It is particularly relevant to examine how fossil fuels are used since they are currently our principal source of energy. (
  • It includes: renewable and non-renewable resources, minerals, fossil fuels and water, conservation measures. (
  • Derived from CAB Abstracts, Biofuels Abstracts provides you with the latest information on biofuels and bioenergy, including production of energy crops, energy forestry, short-rotation coppice, processing of crops and agricultural wastes into biodiesel or fuel ethanol, utilization of fuelwood, and all CAB Abstracts records relating to key biofuel species such as Jatropha. (
  • Therefore, a three pillars strategy of waste prevention, recycling and reuse has been suggested to minimize the environmental impact and promote the efficient utilization of wasted resources [ 2 ]. (
  • Within this framework, REEMAIN then moves toward zero carbon manufacturing and Energy Efficiency 2.0 through the intelligent employment of renewable energy technologies and resource saving strategies that consider energy purchase, generation, conversion, distribution, utilization, control, storage, re-use in a holistic and integrated way. (
  • These benefits result in energy conservation through efficient utilization of limited resources. (
  • In a November 2016 report, GAO found that BIA has taken steps to form an Indian Energy Service Center that is intended to, among other things, help expedite the permitting process associated with Indian energy development. (
  • In June 2015 and in November 2016, GAO reported concerns associated with BIA's long-standing workforce challenges, such as inadequate staff resources and staff at some offices without the skills needed to effectively review energy-related documents. (
  • In 2016, the competition resulted in a 15 percent reduction in energy use by residence halls, with the winning apartment building reducing its energy use by 38 percent. (
  • Alberta Energy Regulator is "100 per cent funded by industry and is authorized to collect funds through an administrative fee levied on oil and gas wells, oil sands mines, and coal mines. (
  • In addition to these amounts of carbon, comparable or larger amounts may be available in other fossil resources such as heavy oils, oil shale, tar sand, and lower grades of coal. (
  • The world recoverable resources of coal, on the other hand, are very large. (
  • Particularly complex are the problems of nonrenewable resources such as oil and coal (see energy, sources of ) and other minerals in great demand. (
  • Coal, oil and nuclear energy are derived from finite resources. (
  • I endorse Governor Brown's pioneering vision to build 12,000 megawatts of clean energy - enough solar energy to cover a million solar roofs - by 2020. (
  • By 2020, EU greenhouse gas emissions must be reduced by 20% and the use of renewable energy must be increased by 20%, compared to 1990 levels. (
  • The 2020-2024 Consolidated Plan is designed to create a link between the identified needs of Aurora's low to moderate-income and special needs populations and the resources of HUD's Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Home Investment Partnership (HOME) and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) funding and other public/private investments. (
  • The Earth's energy resources are rapidly being depleted. (
  • conservation of natural resources, the wise use of the earth's resources by humanity. (
  • Regulation was needed so that non-renewable resources were produced in a safe, responsible, and efficient manner, without waste. (
  • Helps monitor, mitigate, and monetize energy usage and associated greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in order to increase profitability. (
  • The problem with using efficiency standards to mitigate pollution, especially that from carbon dioxide emissions, according to the authors, is that efficiency standards are an inferior policy instrument compared to energy or emissions taxes, because they exploit fewer options for reducing emissions. (
  • However, even in this case, they result in only modest reductions in energy use and emissions. (
  • Rather, the panel indicates the range of possible energy supply systems in the United States and their implications for greenhouse gas emissions at the current time. (
  • The level at which we use each of these primary energy sources has a major impact on greenhouse gas emissions, primarily because of the differing levels of CO 2 that these sources introduce into the atmosphere. (
  • In the year 2010 only 18% of Iceland's greenhouse gas emissions came from the waste and energy sectors. (
  • The company is implementing efficient power-generation solutions that make use of diesel, natural gas and alternative fuels to improve energy access while emitting fewer GHG emissions. (
  • They will respond to project proponents, landowners and industry regarding energy regulations in Alberta. (
  • Under the act, which was amended in 1976 to add new regulations, operators of nuclear and certain other power plants had to apply for certification by the new State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission, or "Energy Commission" for short. (
  • Part IV of the Act allows the making of regulations requiring public agencies including municipalities and government ministries to: prepare water conservation plans, achieve water conservation targets, ensure that goods and services or making capital investments to consider technologies to promote the efficient use of water resources. (
  • DOE, together with the Super-efficient Equipment and Appliance Deployment (SEAD) Initiative , presented a webinar , in English and Chinese, on certification and compliance under the DOE energy conservation regulations for consumer products and industrial equipment. (
  • The view that consumers act irrationally now underlies a large regulatory program by the Department of Energy (DOE), which has issued appliance efficiency regulations covering products ranging from dishwashers to air conditioners to water heaters. (
  • However, recent regulations issued by DOE, the Environmental Protection Agency, and the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration have significantly extended the practical scope of this energy paradox beyond consumers to firms operating in competitive industries. (
  • A premier organization of Karnataka and a world-class refinery that caters to the country's fuel and energy needs, MRPL has silently evolved into a responsible entity which, instead of depending on import of petrol and diesel, produces the cleanest fuel required in our country with the mission to help keep our environment and surroundings clean. (
  • In 1909 he appointed the National Conservation Commission, which published the first inventory of the country's natural resources. (
  • The goals of the NEC are to devise China's energy strategy, ensure the country's energy security, and coordinate cooperative programs. (
  • The Alberta Energy Regulator is now "responsible for all projects from application to reclamation. (
  • In the 1930s the erosion of much arable land in the Midwest underscored the need for land reclamation and for conservation in general. (
  • The Tennessee Valley Authority, set up in 1933, was an outstanding attempt to apply principles of conservation, soil reclamation, and electrification to an entire area, although some critics claim that the extensive river damming and similar New Deal legislation did not, on the whole, have a positive effect on the environment. (
  • Instead, systematic conservation planning methods (Margules and Pressey 2000) have focused on achieving conservation "efficiency," either by minimizing the area required to meet specified conservation targets for species or habitat types or by maximizing the representation of habitats or species that can be achieved given a fixed area or number of sites that can be protected (Cocks and Baird 1989, Pressey et al. (
  • China's 10th and 11th Five Year Plans (2000-2005, 2006-2010) were the first to include goals for renewable energy development. (
  • Even without the spectre of climate change, we should be moving to sustainable energy sources. (
  • This greenhouse has a double layer covering, horizontal air flow fans, perimeter insulation, an electronic environmental controller, and a high efficiency furnace that all contribute to energy efficiency and conservation. (
  • Educate students about natural resource conservation with this printable. (
  • Books, articles and Web sites, and computer software relevant to solar greenhouse design are all provided in a resource list. (
  • By building solar on houses, apartment buildings, offices, schools and warehouses across California, we can create green jobs, reduce air pollution, and generate clean energy to power our lives. (
  • The United States has enough solar energy installed to power over 11 million American homes. (
  • Yet, most have only begun to tap their solar energy potential. (
  • This table presents the full listing of cities in California and their total installed amounts of distributed solar photovoltaic power systems, from the Environment California Research & Policy Center report California's Solar Cities 2012: Leaders in the Race Toward a Clean Energy Future. (
  • Concerns around climate change and raised hydro bills have put environmentally friendly and energy-efficient appliances at the top of the list for many consumers embracing the value of sustainability. (
  • The bill is assigned to the Senate Energy and Natural Resources committee. (
  • The United States Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources has jurisdiction over matters related to energy and nuclear waste policy, territorial policy, native Hawaiian matters, and public lands. (
  • In 1977, it became the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, and Indian Affairs were removed from its jurisdiction into its own committee. (
  • The Committee is also charged to "study and review, on a comprehensive basis, matters relating to energy and resources development , and report thereon from time to time. (
  • Chapter I General Concepts Our planet is crying out for environmental conservation and protection and for a better quality of life for all forms of life. (
  • Nonetheless, given the important role that policy will continue to play in both countries' efforts to scale up the use of renewable energy, this chapter highlights the strategic approaches that China and the United States are taking, 1 and identifies some areas of common interest. (
  • Under this act, the newly formed Alberta Energy Regulator, will "bring together the regulatory functions from the Energy Resources Conservation Board and the Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Resource Development into a one-stop shop. (
  • By CADmeleon UK Ltd . Carbon Estates is an online energy benchmarking system for the built environment that allows users to make financial savings, carbon reductions and comply with CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme. (
  • Our team includes a former US Secretary of the Interior, the former chair of a state Oil and Gas Commission, and other former high-ranking officials at the Environmental Protection Agency the US Interior and Defense Departments, and the US Justice Department's Environment and Natural Resources Division. (
  • When we consume energy there is impact on the environment. (
  • The Fujitsu factory in Augsburg has set many standards in manufacturing excellence over the years, not least through efforts to save energy, reduce waste and optimize water usage, thereby reducing the overall impact on the environment. (
  • We must understand that the way we care for our environment, as well as our daily attitudes, largely determine whether future generations will be able to enjoy our planet’s natural resources and all its beauty. (
  • OTTAWA , June 8, 2012 /CNW/ - The Honourable Peter Kent , federal Minister of the Environment and Minister responsible for the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency and Dan McFadyen, Chair of the Energy Resources Conservation Board (ERCB) of Alberta, today announced the establishment of a three-member joint panel to review the proposed Pierre River Mine project near Fort McMurray, Alberta. (
  • 1) Integration of renewable energy resources within the overall factory environment, taking into account innovative technologies for better use renewables with the aim to reduce overall energy demand and lead the drive towards net zero carbon factories. (
  • This large-scale laboratory is a new building dedicated to the integration of factory energy flows, production processes, and the surrounding environment, with the aim of achieving a zero-carbon factory example for Europe. (
  • Energy and Built Environment. (
  • In the United States numerous laws were passed to protect the environment and its resources (see environmentalism ). (
  • Those who focus in architecture and the environment, conservation biology, environmental chemistry, environmental geology, geography, or human ecology automatically qualify as joint majors. (
  • [1] In addition, the Ministry for the Environment and Natural Resources and Iceland's Environment Agency have recently published several less-comprehensive reports, which shed light on environmental trends in individual sectors. (
  • Responsible Energy Development Act gave the Alberta Energy Regulator "the authority to administer the Public Lands Act, the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act and the Water Act, with regards to energy development. (
  • Web-based whole-building energy, water, and carbon analysis capabilities converge with desktop tools to conduct detailed environmental simulations and visualize results. (
  • WilmerHale's energy and environmental lawyers provide strategic counsel on commercial and regulatory issues related to a range of real estate and corporate transactions. (
  • By promoting initiatives to encourage and assist the campus community to adopt less energy-intensive lifestyles, colleges can save money, reduce their environmental impact, and ease the shift to 100 percent renewable energy. (
  • Career opportunities for geologists in industry and government include environmental planning, evaluation of waste disposal sites, groundwater monitoring, and exploration for natural resources. (
  • This environmental report assesses the potential impact of developing a geothermal resource for space heating at the Utah State Prison. (
  • At the District level there are established Environmental Protection and Natural Resources Use Sections and Health Divisions (under the District Council). (
  • 26 Theme 3 - Environmental Conservation, Protection and Restoration. (
  • According to the authors, there are two main economic rationales for energy efficiency standards applied to automobiles or electricity-using durable goods: creating environmental benefits and addressing the possibility that consumers might not fully grasp future energy savings from improved efficiency. (
  • The course will consider several global, national, and local issues such as siting of noxious facilities, land use conflicts, equality of access to resources, and environmental justice. (
  • The course aims to provide participants with the skills, knowledge and experience required to pursue successful careers in managing environmental resources sustainably. (
  • The 12-month long course comprises new modules taught only at postgraduate level and aims to provide participants with the skills, knowledge and experience that are needed to pursue successful careers in managing environmental resources sustainably. (
  • This website addresses indoor environmental quality, energy conservation, renewable resources and more. (
  • EPA's comprehensive healthy schools website offers additional resources for establishing, maintaining, or enhancing a school environmental health program. (
  • The Headwaters Forest, Ahmanson Ranch, and Ballona Wetlands shared several traits of modern conservation projects that will be featured in this framework: the areas contained significant biological resources that were threatened by development or extractive activities, and public acquisition had broad public support and was championed by passionate and committed environmental groups. (
  • But even in such energy-dense environments, Caterpillar employees continue to find ways to implement innovative energy solutions to reduce the company's environmental impact as well as energy costs. (
  • Community Initiatives: Social interaction programs, like competitions, are relatively cheap and easy to implement, foster energy conservation awareness and help students and faculty to reduce their energy use. (
  • The Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) offers resources to help federal agencies implement energy savings performance contracts (ESPCs). (
  • Part I of Schedule 1, describes the purposes of the act-to foster innovative water, waste water and storm water technologies and services in the public and private sectors, create conservation targets and to create economic opportunities for clean technology jobs. (
  • The prevailing planning paradigm is to identify the minimum land allocations needed to reach specified conservation targets or maximize the amount of conservation accomplished under an area or budget constraint. (
  • Open access to information developed awareness, understanding and responsible behavior and allowed the Board and stakeholders to make informed decisions about energy and utility matters. (
  • The Petroleum Ministry also has a Petroleum Conservation Research Association (PCRA), which conducts an awareness programme on energy conservation every year from January 15 to February 15. (
  • This shows that there is awareness among public at large towards energy reduction. (
  • Autism Resources April is Autism Awareness Month. (
  • DeFeo Associates has spent over 25 years guiding public and private-sector clients through the complexities of energy conservation, solid waste management, recycling and LEED green building development. (
  • MSU Extension's bioenergy team assesses the needs of Michigan stakeholders in the broad bioeconomy industry by addressing issues through research and efforts to help Michigan citizens reach sustainable bioenergy, energy conservation, and bioproduct goals. (
  • These systems provide energy diversity from sources such as landfills, livestock operations, wastewater treatment operations, mine methane, flare gas, syngas and biofuels. (
  • Available from NRAES: Natural Resource, Agricultural and Engineering Service for $30. (
  • It is an emerging concept, understood as "the responsible and broad-based management of the land, water, forest, and biological resources base (including genes) needed to sustain agricultural productivity and avert degradation of potential productivity" (CGIAR-INRM-Group 1999). (
  • By Autodesk, Inc . The Autodesk Green Building Studio web-based energy analysis service can help architects and designers perform whole building analysis, optimize energy efficiency, and work toward carbon neutrality earlier in the design process. (
  • Nevertheless, the deals carried a high price tag, even by California standards, raising the question of whether public funds were well invested in terms of conservation "bang for buck" (California Legislative Analyst's Office 1996). (
  • 2018). S. 3049 - 114th Congress: Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks Conservation Act. (
  • Alberta's first energy regulatory body was created in 1938. (
  • On 17 June 2013, all regulatory functions previously carried out by the Energy Resources Conservation Board were taken over by the Alberta Energy Regulator. (
  • Companies around the world turn to our lawyers for assistance navigating regulatory challenges involving traditional and renewable energy. (
  • WilmerHale partners with Native American tribes to navigate complex regulatory issues related to tribal sovereignty and self-governance, land use, and resource and recreation development. (
  • But unlike something like energy, it's a finite resource. (
  • By CSRware Inc . CSRware's subscription-based solutions are specifically designed to help you manage your conservation, efficiency and sustainability initiatives. (
  • The Green Labs Program works with students, staff and faculty to reduce energy use through a variety of sustainability initiatives. (
  • Although the designers were inspired by the natural examples, they quickly found a more actionable solution in the Life's Principles, a chart created by the Biomimicry Guild to illustrate how the earth regulates and conserves resources within its own giant ecosystem. (
  • While private companies can develop these resources, the ERCB was authorized by the government to protect the public's interest relating to the discovery, development, and delivery of these resources. (
  • Interior did not indicate whether it intends to track and monitor its review of other energy-related documents that must be approved before tribes can develop resources. (
  • The goal of the competition is to reduce electricity use by 10 percent compared to a 2005 baseline during the competition, and to develop lasting energy-conscious habits. (
  • Resource and Energy Efficient ManufacturINg (REEMAIN) combines cutting edge knowledge and experience from production processes, professional energy simulation software tools, energy and resource planning standards, and renewable energy and storage technologies to develop and demonstrate an integrated approach, methodology and platform for the boost, at factory level, of efficiency of both energy and material resources. (
  • Participatory action research and experiential learning, in which researchers engage themselves as actors rather than neutral analysts in an R&D process to explore the livelihood system and develop appropriate solutions together with the resource users, has shown high potential. (
  • In this paper, we develop and illustrate the application of a framework for making efficient conservation investments. (
  • New Science Resources Help middle-schoolers develop science and lab safety skills with new resources on circuits , measuring current , and lab safety with chemicals with these activities from TeacherVision partner Amdon and PageWerkz ! (
  • Earth Day April 22 Help your students develop a conservation mindset using our collection of resources . (
  • By 1960 the Soil Conservation Service, established in 1935, covered 95% of all farms and ranches in the United States. (
  • The efforts yielded an annual reduction in energy used for lighting of 36.4 percent the first year, and 50.9 percent the second year. (
  • From ramped-up efforts to improve the efficiency of home appliances to mandates requiring a net fleet-wide fuel economy increase in the coming years, efficiency standards are shaping up to be a golden child of U.S. energy policy. (
  • Regardless of project size, all conservation efforts must address the same questions: Are we protecting the right places, and are we getting our money's worth? (
  • Metrick and Weitzman (1998), in particular, argue that priorities must be assigned to conservation efforts based on a formal evaluation of biodiversity value, the conservation cost, and the degree to which conservation action will improve the likelihood of biodiversity persisting. (
  • The book offers a valuable resource for all university graduate students, researchers and R&D engineers in minerals processing and extractive metallurgy who wish to explore innovative reagents and technologies that lead to more energy efficient and environmentally sustainable solutions. (
  • His major research interests include mineral flotation and flotation reagents, applied surface chemistry in mineral, metallurgical and material processing, electrochemistry of flotation for sulfide minerals, flotation of fine particles, agglomeration and dispersion of fine particles, solution chemistry of flotation, bio-extraction technology for sulfide minerals, waste and secondary resources recovery etc. (
  • Economic development and human progress have led to a proliferation of manufactured chemicals and materials made from limited resources found in nature (i.e., minerals and metals, petroleum-based products and natural gas). (
  • The ERCB's mission was to ensure that the discovery, development, and delivery of Alberta's energy resources took place in a manner that was fair, responsible and in the public interest. (
  • The ERCB adjudicated and regulated matters related to energy within Alberta to ensure that the development, transportation, and monitoring of the province's energy resources were in the public interest. (
  • Alberta Energy Regulator is a corporation created by the Responsible Energy Development Act passed on 10 December 2012 and proclaimed on 17 June 2013, in the Alberta Legislature, operating at arm's length from the Government of Alberta, under an appointed board of directors headed by Chair, Gerry Protti and CEO Jim Ellis, appointed by Energy Minister Ken Hughes. (
  • AER also "considers some 36 800 applications for energy development every year. (
  • In December 2012, the Responsible Energy Development Act passed in the Alberta Legislature. (
  • Alberta Energy Regulator is mandated under the Act, to direct and oversee "the orderly transition from the Energy Resources Conservation Act to the Responsible Energy Development Act. (
  • In Pacific Gas & Electric Co. v. State Energy Resources Conservation & Development Commission, 461 U.S. 190 (1983), the United States Supreme Court held that a state statute regulating economic aspects of nuclear generating plants was not preempted by the federal Atomic Energy Act of 1954. (
  • California statute: Responding to these concerns, California in 1974 enacted the Warren-Alquist State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Act, Cal. (
  • The Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit had also consolidated another federal district court case, Pacific Legal Foundation v. State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission, which challenged other portions of the California statute into the Pacific Gas case. (
  • In three prior reports on Indian energy development, GAO found that the Department of the Interior's (Interior) Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) has inefficiently managed Indian energy resources and the development process and thereby limited opportunities for tribes and their members to use those resources to create economic benefits and improve the well-being of their communities. (
  • GAO categorized concerns associated with BIA management of energy resources and the development process into several broad areas, including oversight of BIA activities, collaboration, and BIA workforce planning. (
  • GAO recommended that BIA assess critical skills and competencies needed to fulfill its responsibilities related to energy development, and that it establish a documented process for assessing BIA's workforce composition at agency offices. (
  • Development of Indian energy resources is a complex process that may involve federal, tribal, and state agencies. (
  • Interior's BIA has primary authority for managing Indian energy development and generally holds final decision-making authority for leases, permits, and other approvals required for development. (
  • It focuses primarily on BIA's management of Indian energy resources and development. (
  • The Geothermal Drilling Organization (GDO), formed in the early 1980s by the geothermal industry and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Geothermal Division, sponsors specific development projects to advance the technologies used in geothermal exploration, drilling, and production phases. (
  • The research presented here represents a segment of a cumulative impact assessment of resource development in northeastern British Columbia. (
  • We're always committed to land, water and habitat conservation, from our real estate development to our power plant sites. (
  • Projections as to the cost and path of technological development of various energy supply systems in the future are not attempted, but are discussed generally in terms of their relevance to greenhouse warming. (
  • A bill to provide for conservation and economic development in the State of Nevada, and for other purposes. (
  • Southern Nevada Economic Development and Conservation Act, S. 567, 117th Cong. (
  • The NEC will also assume many of the energy-focused activities of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) and the Ministry of Finance. (
  • Greenhouse Energy Conservation Checklist by John Bartok, Univ. (
  • A brief but comprehensive summary of steps growers can take to reduce greenhouse energy use. (
  • Top 10 Things a Greenhouse Grower Can Do To Improve Energy Efficiency Penn State University fact sheet. (
  • Dealing with the High Cost of Energy for Greenhouse Operations Fact sheet by Joyce G. Latimer, Extension Specialist, Greenhouse Crops, Virginia Tech. 2001. (
  • Here are 3 fun wildlife tours that help support wildlife conservation at the same time! (
  • Install energy efficient compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) that use less energy. (
  • What this entire campaign does is, it tries to sensitize people about the efficient, effective usage of energy, and how to minimise wastage. (
  • For years economists have debated why so many consumers appear to act irrationally when choosing not to buy energy efficient appliances, lights and heating and cooling systems that provide substantial cost savings-the energy paradox. (
  • We conclude that regulators should continue to be skeptical about claims that businesses fail to use energy efficient technologies in reasonably competitive markets. (
  • Efficiency policies may work to address the so-called energy paradox-the observed reluctance of energy users to adopt apparently cost-effective, efficient technologies. (
  • Check with your utility provider to see if there are rebates or incentives to install energy-efficient lighting. (
  • Industry still has to tackle the challenge of a more efficient use of material and energy resources, while at the same time maintaining productivity. (
  • With the more stringent new thermal resistance and airtightness requirements of the 2012 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC), energy-efficient exterior wall assemblies are now an even higher priority in North American new construction and retrofit projects. (
  • For more information on benchmarking tools, and implementing energy efficient strategies in your building, contact UL today. (
  • Caterpillar's 2017 Sustainability Report sheds light on how the company's global operations are guided by its sustainability principles of preventing waste, improving quality, and pursuing innovation to make more efficient use of energy and water. (
  • Enable government to demonstrate leadership through considering water conservation in procurement and through conservation planning by all public agencies. (
  • Schedules 4 and 5 make amendments to the Green Energy Act 2009 and the Water Resources Act to ensure water use standards, adoption of new technologies and conservation criteria are taken into account by government facilities. (
  • You can decide to pick and choose options for yourself or can stick to specialist pathways in water resources and quality, conservation and sustainability, climate and palaeoclimate change, and pollution and remediation. (
  • Throughout the 1950s attention was focused on the problem of conservation of water resources, particularly in the Southwest. (
  • In an engine driven by an ideal gas, the energy transferred is the difference in the kinetic energy. (
  • Two sections in particular became the subject of dispute: Section 25524.1(b) provided that the Energy Commission had the authority to determine, prior to the building of a new nuclear power plant, that there would be adequate storage space for the spent fuel rods "at the time such nuclear facility requires such storage. (
  • General Provisions (10 C.F.R. Part 429, Subpart A): Subpart A of Part 429 explains the applicability of the energy conservation standards to imported products, the requirements for a submitter to claim that information is confidential business information, and DOE's subpoena authority. (
  • The Geological Survey has cataloged and classified the resources of the public domain. (
  • BC Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources (2005a). (
  • Department of Energy, Washington, DC. (
  • By this logic, one can only evaluate the conservation value of a candidate site in the context of how the biodiversity of the site would change under alternative scenarios of land use and land management relative to the estimated cost associated with each scenario. (
  • Evaluate true/false statements about alternate forms of energy from the Sun, wind, and water. (
  • The model captures a wide rangeof externalities and preexisting energy policies, and it allows for possible "misperceptions"-marketfailures that cause underinvestment in energy efficiency.Automobile fuel economy standards are not part of the first-best policy to reduce gasoline: fueltaxes are always superior because they reduce the externalities related to vehicle miles traveled. (

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