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EFFECT OF BASIC MOTIVATIONAL FACTORS ON CONSTRUCTION WORKFORCE PRODUCTIVITY
» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the study The construction industry plays an important role in the development of the economy of the country. Construction industry is an area influenced by many different factors such as labor, material, equipment and construction methods etc. Among these factors, human resources come first without which, other resources would not be utilize...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 106 engagements |
An Assessment Of The Socio-economic Impacts (effects) Of Agulu-nanka Gully Erosi...
» An Assessment Of The Socio economic Impacts (effects) Of Agulu nanka Gully Erosion, Anambra State, Southeastern Nigeria Soil erosion is the systematic removal of soil including plant nutrients from the land surface by various agents of denudation. This paper highlights the social and economic impacts of gulling in the area. Social effects include; loss of ancestral homes, loss of school build...Continue Reading »
56 pages | 157 engagements |
THE IMPACT OF RECYCLING IN PRESERVING THE ENVIRONMENT
» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1Background of the study The generation and disposal of waste is an intrinsic part of any developing or industrial society. Waste, both from domestic and commercial sources has grown significantly in Nigeria over the past decade. Every time a householder shops at the store, and open market he contributes to the mountain of waste. It is possible to quote figures which ...Continue Reading »
63 pages | 292 engagements |
A STUDY INTO THE EFFECTS OF TIMELY DELIVERY OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECT ON ECONOMIC ...
» (A case study of Some Selected project Supervisors from Julius Berger Nigeria Plc and Marlum Nigeria Plc, Uyo offices.) CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Time impacts are inevitable on construction projects, primarily because of the uniqueness of each project and the limited resources of time and money that can be spent on planning, executing and delivering the project....Continue Reading »
91 pages | 417 engagements |
Sustainable Life Path Concept.
» Sustainable Life Path Concept: Journeying Toward Sustainable Consumption INTRODUCTION This think piece (concept paper) develops the idea that a construct is needed to help people view consumption as a journey, a complex, lifelong process, rather than a series of discrete, separate, cumulative events (shopping trips). The sustainable life path concept is introduced and developed through the c...Continue Reading »
85 pages | 362 engagements |
Sustainable Consumption in Finland.
» Sustainable Consumption in Finland—The Phenomenon, Consumer Profiles, and Future Scenarios INTRODUCTION This research introduces eight different types of sustainable consumers and their future scenarios. We profiledconsumers from the angles of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation and egoistic and altruistic motivation. Weapplied to the Structure of Motivation for Sustainable Choices wh...Continue Reading »
85 pages | 335 engagements |
» Sustainable Consumption And The Law INTRODUCTION The law introduces a Policy for Education on Sustainable Consumption in order to “encourage adoption of consumer practices and production techniques that are ecologically sustainable” (Art 1). The law defines “sustainable consumption” as “use of natural resources in order to provide quality of life for the present generation without...Continue Reading »
85 pages | 325 engagements |
Economics and Ethical Concerns for the Environment in Consumer Choices.
» Sustainable Consumption: Economics and Ethical Concerns for the Environment in Consumer Choices INTRODUCTION The article examines individual action informed by ethical concerns for the environment as a strategy for moving toward more sustainable consumption. The article first employs a model of rational choice to analyze independent consumer choices among the usually assumed self and welfare ce...Continue Reading »
85 pages | 313 engagements |
Accountability of FCS Education to a Sustainability Ethos.
» Accountability of FCS Education to a Sustainability Ethos: Focus on Sustainable Consumption Abstract: The American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences’ (AAFCS) brand, “creating healthy and sustainable families,” implies accountability in promoting sustainable consumer behavior. This study compared students majoring in family and consumer sciences (FCS) and its specializatio...Continue Reading »
85 pages | 359 engagements |
Implementing Sustainable Development.
» Implementing Sustainable Development: Strategies and Initiatives in High Consumption Societies INTRODUCTION This book examines how governments in industrialized countries have engaged with the challenge of sustained development over the past decade. Analysis of initiatives undertaken by nine national governments and the European Union reveal important differences in the ways the internationa...Continue Reading »
85 pages | 305 engagements |
SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT AND THE MANAGEMENT OF URBAN.
» SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT AND THE MANAGEMENT OF URBAN ENVIRONMENTS INTRODUCTION This book is the result of a research project funded by the Fund for Scientific Research—Flanders (Belgium) that looks into strategic environmental assessment as an instrument to develop urban areas more sustainably. This research is carried out at the Environmental Impact Assessment Center, which is part of the H...Continue Reading »
85 pages | 332 engagements |
Consuming Values and Contested Cultures.
» Consuming Values and Contested Cultures: A Critical Analysis of the UK Strategy for Sustainable Consumption and Production: A Critical Analysis of the UK Strategy for Sustainable Consumption and Production Abstract The term “sustainable consumption” is subject to many interpretations, from Agenda 21’s hopeful assertion that governments should encourage less materialistic lifestyles bas...Continue Reading »
85 pages | 300 engagements |
Building Sustainable Societies.
» Building Sustainable Societies: A Blueprint for a Post industrial World INTRODUCTION A collection of articles addressing the issue of whether the industrial model of human progress can be sustained in the long term. It asks what the social, political, economic and environmental implications as well as potential solutions to the problem of resource intensive growth are. In the early 1970s, publi...Continue Reading »
85 pages | 283 engagements |
Sustainable Consumption And The Importance Of Neighbourhood.
» Sustainable Consumption And The Importance Of Neighbourhood: A Central City/Suburb Comparison Abstract This paper applies urban and environmental sociological theory to survey data on self reported sustainable consumption practices, using a matched sample of central city and suburban residents in Edmonton, Alberta. We use cluster analysis to create an ordinal typology of four types of consumers...Continue Reading »
85 pages | 273 engagements |
Harnessing the Power of Science in Environmental Law.
» Harnessing the Power of Science in Environmental Law: Why We Should, Why We Don’t, and How We Can Abstract Environmental Law was born out of the new scientific understandings of ecology in the mid 20th century. Although science has historically played a role in environmental law, its role has been more limited than may seem appropriate for an area of law that it so dependant on science to ...Continue Reading »
85 pages | 249 engagements |
Protecting Life on Earth.
» Protecting Life on Earth: An Introduction to the Science of Conservation INTRODUCTION Written to be accessible to any college level reader, Protecting Life on Earth offers a non technical, yet comprehensive introduction to the growing field of conservation science. This multifaceted exploration of our current biodiversity crisis delivers vivid examples throughout, including features on som...Continue Reading »
85 pages | 247 engagements |
Equality Among Unequals in International Environmental Law.
» Equality Among Unequals in International Environmental Law: Differential Treatment for Developing Countries INTRODUCTION To deal effectively with global environmental problems, such as climate change, we need global cooperation. Yet all too many developing countries lack the economics, infrastructures, and technical capacity to tackle these problems; therefore, developing countries need to ...Continue Reading »
85 pages | 246 engagements |
Discretion and the Criminalization.
» Discretion and the Criminalization of Environmental Law of Environmental Law Abstract Enforcement of federal environmental law is complex. Central to the efficacy of enforcement is the role of prosecutors and judges in exercising their discretion over which violations to prosecute and what sanctions to impose. In the context of the Clean Water Act (“CWA”), discretion is exercised ...Continue Reading »
85 pages | 245 engagements |
National experiences and prospects
» New instruments of environmental governance?: Abstract The use of so called “new” environmental policy instruments such as eco taxes, tradable permits, voluntary agreements and eco labels has prompted widespread claims that these devices have replaced regulation. These papers offer a fresh perspective on the evolving tool box of environmental policy. “For example, water right...Continue Reading »
85 pages | 239 engagements |
Law in Environmental Decision-Making.
» Law in Environmental Decision Making: National, European, and International Perspectives INTRODUCTION This collection draws together a range of approaches to environmental legal issues, covering a broad spectrum from domestic to international law. The contributors investigate aspects of law’s influence in environmental decision making and consider whether legal institutions and theory can ...Continue Reading »
85 pages | 291 engagements |