2 edition of The challenges of state sustainability in the Mediterranean found in the catalog.
The challenges of state sustainability in the Mediterranean
|Statement||edited by Silvia Colombo and Nathalie Tocci|
|Series||IAI research papers|
|LC Classifications||HC244.5 .C47 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||275 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||275|
|LC Control Number||2011523000|
Digging through both popular and little known classical libraries, Hughes' book is a rich volume of first-hand accounts and modern archaeological data (Runnels, C.) describing the use and misuse of the Mediterranean landscape between BCE and CE. Cradle of great ancient civilizations, superhighway for trade and transport, treasure-trove of biodiversity, the Mediterranean — the world’s best known sea — faces a sea of challenges in the 21 st century, including climate change, pollution, tourism and overfishing. That’s the topic of the cover story in the current edition of Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN), weekly .
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3 The Challenges of State Sustainability in the Mediterranean, edited by Silvia Colombo and Nathalie Tocci, EURO This volume is the product of a conviction regarding the importance of sustainability in understanding Mediterranean politics.
Too often state sustainability had been erroneously confused with regime. The Mediterranean dietary pattern shows lower footprints than the current Spanish pattern, and to a much larger extent than the Western dietary pattern.
The Mediterranean dietary pattern demonstrates a lower environmental impact through the consumption of more plant-derived products and less animal foodstuffs (Sáez-Almendros et al., ).Cited by: 1.
MEP and IEMed hosted a discussion of the edition of the IEMed Mediterranean Yearbook, which every year offers the key elements for better understanding the complex situation within the Mediterranean region through the analysis of more than 60 authors.
Three experts examined the main challenges the region is facing: the never-ending war in Syria, the European Union crisis. Nomad’s Land: Pastoralism and French Environmental Policy in the Nineteenth-Century Mediterranean World About the Book During the nineteenth century, the development and codification of forest science in France were closely linked to Provence’s time-honored tradition of mobile pastoralism, which formed a major part of the economy.
Mediterranean ecosystems support important processes and functions that bring direct benefits to human society. Yet, marine ecosystem services are usually overlooked due to the challenges in Cited by: Many of the challenges facing food systems, natural resources and knowledge are common to all Mediterranean countries, the book notes, highlighting the importance of a shared agenda The challenges of state sustainability in the Mediterranean book research and action, integrated policies and innovations — both technical and organizational — to address "triple waste" in a coordinated way.
From toas outcome of the FAO/CIHEAM case study on the sustainability of the Mediterranean diet, through a participatory joint process, conducted with the FAO/UNEP Sustainable Food Systems (SFSs) Program in collaboration with the Forum on Mediterranean Food Cultures, CIISCAM/Sapienza University of Rome, ENEA, CNR, INRAN, Cited by: The title of our volume, Education for Sustainable Development: Challenges, Strategies, and Practices in a Globalizing World merits some elaboration.
It asks the reader to take the everyday issue of globalization and link it to the seemingly disparate issues of. This book provides an up-to-date assessment of sustainable agri-food systems and rural development in the Mediterranean countries. It examines and reviews the impact of EU and national policies on environmental and trade issues in agricultural and rural organizations in the southern and eastern Mediterranean region.
Environmental and economic sustainability of the Mediterranean Diet Article (PDF Available) in International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition 65(8) August with 1, Reads.
“Wise Cities” in the Mediterranean. Challenges of Environmental Sustainability. Cities are home to over half the world’s population, consume a majority of its resources and cause a large share of its waste. Cities are a challenge for global sustainability.
It also draws on a number of wide-ranging themes such as gastronomy, (corporate) social responsibility, entrepreneurship, ethical issues, service quality, health and the slow city, offering an insightful study of the challenges the Mediterranean region faces and the sustainable practices that can be implemented in order to overcome them.
CHALLENGES—DEFINING SUSTAINABILITY. In the book Triple Bottom Line, 1 sustainability is viewed through the lens of measuring the economic, environmental, and social impacts of various practices. During the International Scientific Symposium held in Rome and hosted by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations, the.
Urban and industrial development raise many challenges today in the Mediterranean region, including management of waste and pollution, more than 90% of which originates on land. Besides the challenge of reducing pollution, essential elements in ongoing efforts for the ecological health of the Mediterranean are the sustainable management of.
The oceans and seas have always been the basis of MSC Cruises and we feel a deep responsibility to preserve and protect them. More than anything else, we care for the environment in which we operate, the guests who sail with us, the people who work with us, the cities we call upon, and the communities we visit.
Sustainability is the ability to exist constantly. In the 21st century, it refers generally to the capacity for the biosphere and human civilization to coexist. It is also defined as the process of people maintaining change in a homeostasis balanced environment, in which the exploitation of resources, the direction of investments, the orientation of technological development and.
Cities in the north of the Mediterranean also have stronger traditions of municipal self-governance and autonomy. For all their differences, Mediterranean cities share some of today’s most common urban challenges, such as environmental degradation, gentrification and growing inequality, climate change, provision of services, mass urbanisation.
The importance of sustainability in the hotel industry is ever increasing. To help you explore quality research on the sustainable hotel industry, we present this Special Issue. Our aim is to encourage scientists to publish their experimental and theoretical research relating to sustainable development in the hotel industry in order to promote.
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SUSTAINABILITY IN THE MEDITERRANEAN The Mediterranean is one of the most vulnerable regions in the world to the impacts of climate change, as well as one of the most a˜ected by human demand for water. It includes some of the most water-scarce countries in the world.
Rapid urbanisation, tourism, migration ﬂows, portFile Size: KB. PDF | OnZoran Klari and others published Challenges of Sustainable Tourism Development in the Mediterranean | Find, read and cite all. Mediterranean diet staples are low on the food chain and not resource intensive and preservation techniques like curing and sun-drying are common.
Bringing sustainability to our Mediterranean Diet Month table, Oldways chatted with Food Tank's Danielle Nierenberg about the overlap of the Mediterranean diet and sustainability.“Mediterranean Strategy for Sustainable Development” (MSSD).
They requested the Mediterranean Commission on Sustainable Development (MCSD) of the Mediterranean Action Plan (MAP) to develop a draft of the Strategy.
The 2nd Euro-Mediterranean Ministerial Conference on the Environment (Athens, July ) endorsed this Size: KB.