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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sonia WescheFall

Class 1 - Life on the Edge.docx

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16 Mar 2012
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Chapter 6.docx

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16 Mar 2012
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Assess the scope and historical patterns of human population growth: The current global population of 6. 7 billion people add about 80 million people p
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ENV 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Overconsumption, Social Science & Medicine

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27 Nov 2015
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Sustainability literacy has been become a subject of much discussion over the past forty years, many have heard the term before but may not have been c
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ENV 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Pie Chart, Noora, Meta-Analysis

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8 Dec 2015
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Abstract: in this paper, we report some reflections on sustainability literacy in higher educations and out in the community. Starting from an examinat
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Class 2 - Ethics, Value & Sustainability.docx

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16 Mar 2012
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Class 2: ethics, values, and sustainability & how we think about the environment. Factors in the collapse of easter island society. Island environment:
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ENV 1101 Lecture Notes - Prentice Hall

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16 Mar 2012
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Dramatic declines in amphibian populations since 1980s: mass localized extinctions, locations around the world. Under extremely favourable or extremely
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Class 3 - Ecosystems.docx

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16 Mar 2012
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Social movement dedicated to protecting the natural world and by extension humans from undesirable changes brought about by human choices. Not a direct
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ENV 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: People Tree Ltd., Land Degradation, Sustainable Development

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26 Nov 2015
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That external surrounding with what constitutes living and non living. Being able to survive without consuming more then the. At one time there was bet
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Class 11 - Climate Change Impacts.docx

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26 Mar 2012
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The nature of the physical changes to which a population is exposed. The sensitivity of that population to climatic variability and change. Vulnerabili
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Class 10 - Air Pollution & Global Climate Change.docx

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16 Mar 2012
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Is the highest elevation on earth (8. 85km above sea level) Name in tibetan is chomolungma, in nepalese sagarmantha. Wind blows at about 250km/h for mu
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ENV 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Ecotourism, Environmentalism, Sulfur

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18 Nov 2015
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Class 12 - Soil & Food.docx

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16 Mar 2012
30
The 5 a s of food security: availability, affordability, accessibility, acceptability, adequacy. Food production not the real (current) problem. Keepin
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