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Shows how the development of carbon markets could dramatically reduce world greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, triggering policies to build a new low-carbon energy system while restructuring the way agriculture interacts with forests.
Contents Introduction -- Breaking into the business -- Accidental diversification -- Local food Friday -- Peidmont Biofuels Industrial -- In bed with government -- Depression 2.0 -- Oilseed community -- Bringing product to market -- Piedmont Biofarm -- State of the bubble -- Fighting town hall -- The abundance foundation -- On the label, label, label -- Solar double cropping -- Our place in the world -- We are not alone -- Epilogue.
Explains the best practices and methods for retrofitting an existing office building to be green -- increasing the efficiency of resource use while reducing building impacts on human health and the environment. Covering numerous eco-friendly systems, this reference demonstrates how green features are definitely worth the investments they require. Case study examples of projects that have incorporated these aspects as well as how they were constructed are included.
Presents experimental economics research focusing on issues of environmental quality and sustainability. Specific topics include institutions for cap-and-trade, eco-tourism, urban sprawl, and optimal pollution control strategies.