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Obamas energilov intakt, men svekketCicero Senter for klimaforskning | 14 May 2009
The Guardian: Det ambisiÃ¸se lovforslaget som ble presentert for USAs kongress, er nÃ¥ skÃ¥ret ned til noe som ikke er i nÃrheten av de europeiske klimamÃ¥lene.
Differential Social Impacts of Climate Change in the UKFoundation for Water Research | 11 Mar 2009
he Stern Review highlighted that the impacts of climate change are not evenly distributed – the poorest countries and people will suffer earliest and most. Evidence shows that not only are the poorest people often more exposed to specific climate change impacts, they are also more vulnerable to those impacts, and find it harder to recover when they occur.
Better Regulation – Rethinking the Approach for SMEsFoundation for Water Research | 11 Mar 2009
There are increasing pressures on the regulators to rethink their approach to how they build relationships with, and regulate, small and medium enterprises (SMEs). Increasingly, as larger point sources are controlled, the UK agencies are required to regulate smaller sources.
SOURCE CONTROL OF POLLUTION IN SUSTAINABLE DRAINAGEFoundation for Water Research | 19 Mar 2008
Source control in sustainable drainage systems (SUDS) means the application of the techniques close to where incident rainfall lands. It can provide the opportunity for the retention and degradation of individually minor, widely dispersed pollutants close to their source. The degree to which source...