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    Biocycle - Advancing Composting, Organics Recycling & Renewable Energy

    Published since 1960, BioCycle is America's foremost magazine on recycling residuals into value - added products - from compost that suppresses crop disease to high-quality household goods. Whether your waste streams consists of woody materials, yard trimmings, MSW, food residuals, biosolids, manure or source separated recyclable, you will get the ...

  • Waste and Biomass Valorization

    Forthcoming in 2010, the primary goal of this new journal is to gather and disseminate the research and experiences on the transformation of waste and biomass to energy, fuels, and other useful materials (valorization), with particular focus on environmental quality and sustainability ...

  • Solid Waste & Recycling Magazine

    For 12 years, Solid Waste & Recycling magazine has provided waste managers in the municipal and industrial, commercial and institutional (IC&I) fields with leading-edge articles on all aspects of waste collection, recycling, composting, disposal and more, edited for the Canadian context. Articles offer savvy diversion strategies, regulatory ...

  • Waste Management Yearbook

    Waste Management Yearbook has offered an annual insight into the UK waste disposal, processing, recycling and reuse sectors for over 20 years. It also includes a directory of companies operating in the ...

  • World View - Issue 5

    Representing a new look and approach to our client publication, this edition looks at how energy can be created from waste, and the impact of legislation such as WEEE and End-of-Life ...

  • Sustainable Building

    Sustainable Building is the newsletter covering the environmental issues related to buildings. Each issue provides the latest news on technologies, market trends, latest research on bottom line pay-offs, together with case studies on energy savings, retrofits, waste management, flood risk and more. Go to our website to sign up for a free ...

  • The Environmentalist

    Diminishing energy and non-renewable resources, toxic wastes, loss of agricultural land and potable water supplies are key concerns shared by industry, governmental leaders and environmental professionals. The conflict of interests and goals that was once a gap is now bridged by The ...

  • Sustainable FM

    SFM enjoys a specific yet diverse editorial policy. Specific in as much as it  concentrates on the reduction of and the eventual elimination of the use of nonrenewable natural resources within the workplace and the built environment. The minimisation of pollutant and waste generation and, therefore, the end to the degradation of the global ...

  • CleanTech

    CleanTech is a trade magazine about the market of clean technologies. It covers 'green' innovations, solutions, political initiatives and companies as well as their products and services in the sectors of fighting against the climate change; energy security; security of water, food and commodities; quality of life in connection to the planet ...

  • Journal of Applied Phytotechnology in Environmental Sanitation

    The journal publishes research and review papers. The focus is on the use of plants to cope with environmental sanitation such as plants for water and wastewater treatments, waste gas absorption, plants for remediation of polluted environments, phytodrainage, phytotoxicology, plants for pollution indicators and environmental monitoring, plants for ...

  • Environmental Information Bulletin

    Environment Information Bulletin (EIB) will keep you up-to-date on the environmental challenges facing organisations in both the public and private sectors, and about the answers to those challenges. Each issue of the journal covers a wide spectrum of subjects, including: new legislation, enforcement activities, energy efficiency, environmental ...

  • Planet Earth

    Planet Earth is a monthly magazine that attempts to give voice concerns such as climate change and its impact, the emerging industry of green alternatives in energy and water management, waste management and eco-friendly lifestyles, in addition to showcasing the good work being done by people who are passionate about the Earth.It serves as a ...

  • Water Resources and Economics

    For the purpose of sustainable water resources management, the scientific assessment of the multiple connections between water resources and the economy is crucial. Water Resources and Economics addresses the financial and economic dimensions affecting the use of water resources, be it water extraction, pollution or allocation, across different ...

  • International Journal of Sustainable Design (IJSDes)

    Mass production, consumption and waste in industrialised/urbanised societies have a profound effect on the planet's living systems and vital resources. Design and innovation have the potential to regenerate the natural environment and community culture while enhancing the value of products/services to business, customers and society in general. To ...

  • Environmental Geology

    Environmental Geology is an international multidisciplinary journal concerned with all aspects of interactions between humans, ecosystems and the earth: Water and soil contamination caused by waste disposal and management practices Water and soil contamination caused by industrial activities Environmental problems associated with transportation ...

  • International Journal of Environment and Sustainable Development (IJESD)

    The International Journal of Environment and Sustainable Development addresses matters related to environment and sustainable development, paying special attention to relevant issues in developing countries while reporting on the latest environmental trends in industrialised nations. Its range of themes encompasses ecological studies, field ...

  • Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change

    The Earth's biosphere is being transformed by various anthropogenic activities. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change addresses a wide range of environmental topics and pressing issues including global climate change processes and effects, stratospheric ozone depletion, acid deposition, eutrophication of terrestrial and aquatic ...

  • International Journal of Global Warming (IJGW)

    IJGW aims to bring all disciplines together for local/global solutions to combat global warming and its consequences. It focuses around nine main pillars: better remediation, avoidance, efficiency, cost effectiveness, design, resource utilisation, environmental quality, energy security, and sustainable development. It also address issues related ...

  • Manual of European Environmental Policy

    First published in 1992, the Manual is an essential guide for all those who need to keep pace with environmental policy. Relaunching in 2010 both in print and online, the manual is being restructured to reflect the changing nature and development of environmental policy. It will initially be available in a new online format with enhanced search ...

  • International Journal of Nuclear Governance, Economy and Ecology (IJNGEE)

    JNGEE addresses the evolution and governance of safe and secure nuclear resources, with emphasis on the implications that policy choices have on both the welfare of humans and the ecology of the planet. This perspective acknowledges the complexity of the nuclear sector as an interface between ecological and socio-economic processes operating in ...

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