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Through this conference, we hope to put a face to human ecology and mainstream it as an important field of study and practice in addressing complex development issues affecting Southeast Asia and other developing regions of the world,' Searca Director Gil C.
As the Figure 1 shows, the amount of publication in media ecology increased from 143 in 2,000 to 5,173 papers in the time period chosen in the study.
In the words of one of its major proponents, Piers Blaikie, political ecology has been a liberating movement that seeks to provide insights into diverse, local and subjective worlds.
What Does the Term Ecology Mean & How Did It Get There?
The field of Industrial Ecology is highly multi-disciplinary and has gradually coalesced from work that was done in the fields of systems thinking and analysis, ecology, economics, social geography, economic geography, environment, resource productivity analysis and from industry itself (Ayres 1969; Ayres 1989; Frosch 1992; Jelinski et al 1992; Esty and Porter 1998; Fischer-Kowalski 1998; Fischer-Kowalski and Huttler 1999; Korhonen 2003; Kronenberg 2006).
Krebs believes the science of ecology is central to solving two of the world's most serious problems: conservation of endangered species and the impact of climate change on ecosystems, both of which he says are more serious in the long run than terrorism.
Part Two, entitled "Narcissism and Echolalia: Sense and the Struggle for the Self," presents a subjective personal statement about the author as a communication scholar and how the field of media ecology relates to his own life.
Pulliam JRC, Field HE, Olival KJ, and the Henipavirus Ecology Research Group.
According to Ecology, Calpine is subsidizing the cost of the fuel so that consumers will not have to pay any more at the pump than for standard diesel.
By 1985 I had accepted the philosophy of Deep Ecology and seen the importance of moving beyond the human-centered values of the social democratic, anarchist, communist, and socialist traditions, in order to express solidarity with all life, not just human life.
Plans for the Harvard Forum on Religion and Ecology were starting to develop.
25 million pounds of recyclables during this year's spring recycling round-ups, which are funded in part by the state's Department of Ecology.
He has worked at the University for the past 12 years, where he also teaches ecology and has a particular interest in aquatic ecology
It was in this spirit--recognizing both the problems and the promise of religions--that an international conference series, entitled "Religions of the World and Ecology," was held at the Center for the Study of World Religious at Harvard.
An opportunity to mingle with forest industry professionals while taking part in some hands-on research was what drew about 40 elementary school teachers from as far away as Florida and Washington State to Mattawa in late August for the second annual Northeastern Ontario Teacher's Tour at the Canadian Ecology Centre.