2 edition of Environmental/socioeconomic data sources found in the catalog.
Environmental/socioeconomic data sources
John C Kavaliunas
by Dept. of Defense, Dept. of the Air Force, DCS/Programs and Resources, Directorate, Engineering and Services, Environmental Planning Division in [Washington]
Written in English
|Contributions||United States. Dept. of the Air Force, United States. Bureau of the Census|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 170 p. :|
|Number of Pages||170|
three horizontal bands of yellow (top, double-width), blue, and red; the flag retains the three main colors of the banner of Gran Colombia, the short-lived South American republic that broke up in ; various interpretations of the colors exist and include: yellow for the gold in Colombia's land, blue for the seas on its shores, and red for the blood spilled in attaining freedom. Environmental pollution is the unfavorable alteration of our surroundings, wholly or largely as a byproduct of man’s actions, through direct or indirect effects of the changes in the energy pattern, radiation levels, and chemical and physical constitution and abundance of organisms. Environmental pollution is a global problem and is common to both developed as well as developing .
Lao statistics Bureau of expressing gratitude provincial statistics Centre, line ministries involved, ministry-equivalent agencies and other parties to contribute to compile statistical data Economic, Social and Natural Resources and Environment cooperation throughout, Lao Statistics Bureau welcome the proposal, comments and feedback to guide. • socio-economic s tudies and reports prepared by government, industry or regional service providers; and • analysis of recent SEIAs for other mining and large industrial projects. These sources indicate that the socio-economic value components to be considered in this analysis fall into the following categories.
Environmental Contaminants and Pollutants. The U.S. food system has seen a substantial increase in product output over the past 50 years. Although more food is produced than ever, the current system also leads to unintended environmental consequences depicted in the pollution life cycle shown in Figure Contaminants are emitted into the environment, are transported and/or transformed, and. economic freedom: more than a good business environment Economic freedom is clearly about much more than a business environment in which entrepreneurship and prosperity can flourish.
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The book offers practical advice on how future generations can protect the environment. Natural Resource and Environmental Economics â€“ 3rd Edition â€“ by Roger Perman, Michael Common, James Mcgilvray, and Yue Ma () This is a good introduction text for those interested in environmental economics.
Environmental Protection Agency – Cost estimates and expenditure data for environmental projects such as reduction of drinking water toxins, methane emissions, and more. Internal Revenue Service/IRS Data Book – Data on tax returns filed, tax credits, penalties and more. Environment statistics aim to overcome this heterogeneity by providing a synthetic presentation of data from various subject areas and sources.
This is to assist in the formulation and evaluation of integrated socio-economic and environmental programs and policies. Home» Data» Environmental and Socio-economic Datasets Environmental and Socio-economic Datasets Here you will find useful links for locating spatial data and information available through Internet servers or GIS data clearinghouses.
Project-level data (14,+) including mines, pipelines, factories, etc. Unique perspective on company performance and risk exposure – based on media, stakeholders, and 3rd party sources in 15 languages for environmental, social, and governance issues.
UNSD developed a list of environmental indicators in collaboration with the Inter-governmental Working Group on the Advancement of Environment Statistics. The fourth meeting of the Working Group (Stockholm, 6 - 10 February ) agreed on the List Environmental/socioeconomic data sources book environmental and related socioeconomic indicators below.
appropriate sources for data collection and considerations that should be included in socioeconomic evaluations for VDOT NEPA studies. SOCIOECONOMIC EVALUATION The evaluation of potential socioeconomic impacts should generally include consideration of the adverse social, economic, environmental, or human health impacts that are more.
of socio-economic data and analysis. Th e nature of a proposed development and its socio-economic and cultural context helps defi ne the SEIA expectations.
Developers must be familiar with how to determine the scale and scope of issues, and the level of SEIA required for each phase of EIA. FIGURE 2 Stages of EIA INTRODUCTION TO SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMP.
SES and the School Environment Research indicates that school conditions contribute more to SES differences in learning rates than family characteristics do (Aikens & Barbarin, ).
Researchers have argued that classroom environment plays an important role in outcomes. EDUCATION & SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS •. • Socio-economic analysis weighs the costs of any restrictions on the production and use of chemicals against the benefits to human health and the environment.
• The reasons why industry needs to understand the principles and practices of socio-economic analysis are: (1) to carry out, where appropriate, a SEA as an argument for. The environment also features prominently in much fictional literature. This page is a list of environmental books. In this context they are notable books that feature the environment as a major theme, including human impacts on the environment.
Economic Research Service informs public and private decision making on economic and policy issues related to agriculture, food, the environment, and rural development. Energy Information Administration provides data on U.S. use of coal, natural gas, nuclear energy, renewable energy, and more.
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British economist Arthur Pigou was influential in the development of welfare economics, an important branch of the discipline that suggested that an economic system was better if even one. CiteScore: ℹ CiteScore: CiteScore measures the average citations received per peer-reviewed document published in this title.
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The World Statistics Pocketbook is an annual compilation of key economic, social and environmental indicators, presented in one-page profiles and selected from the wealth of international statistical information compiled regularly by the Statistics Division and the Population Division of the United Nations, the statistical services of the United Nations specialized agencies and other.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Introduction. The influence of socioeconomic factors on health outcomes has long been recognized and past research effort has focused on the relationship between socioeconomic status (SES) and health inequalities among different subpopulation groups .SES is frequently implicated as a contributor to the disparate health observed among racial/ethnic minorities, women and elderly populations.
India's largest e-resource of Socio-economic statistical Data. A Comprehensive Insight On Demographics, Industries, Market, Agriculture, Economy and much more. The aim of this book is to help the reader to better understand how to use economic statistics in general and OECD statistics in particular.
It introduces the main concepts used by statisticians and economists to measure economic phenomena and provides tables and charts with relevant data. Moreover, the book describes how the production.EPA's National Center for Environmental Economics (NCEE) publishes a working paper series on research in environmental economics.
Paper topics include environmental management, resources and conservation, agriculture, global issues, institutional issues, and other topics. Low-income and minority communities often face disproportionately high pollutant exposures. The lead crisis in Flint, Michigan, has sparked concern about broader socioeconomic disparities in exposures to drinking water contaminants.
Nitrate is commonly found in drinking water, especially in agricultural regions, and epidemiological evidence suggests elevated risk of cancer and .