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  1. Library Resource
    UFPR
    Journal Articles & Books
    August, 2008
    Global
    Nos últimos 150 anos, a temperatura média global aumentou em cerca de 0,7°C. Esse aumento está sendo atribuído à intensificação do efeito-estufa pelas atividades antrópicas, como queima de combustíveis fósseis e florestas tropicais, que emitem CO2 - um dos gases de efeito-estufa, porém não o mais importante – e teriam elevado sua concentração de 280 ppmv para 380 ppmv
  2. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    August, 2008
    South Africa

    This report by Colin Marx and Margot Rubin explores how urban land is divided and re-divided within the context of the interaction between formal and informal land use management systems.

  3. Library Resource
    Policy Papers & Briefs
    January, 2008
    Global

    This paper tries to show the advantages - both in productivity and consumer appeal - of domestic and global companies connecting with smallholder suppliers. It draws on programme experience and case studiesin the food and drinks sector where companies aimed to deliver value for their business in ways that would also benefit smallholder suppliers.

  4. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 2008

    Abandoned Polish mining areas are commonly heavily transformed so that they endanger no longer the environment. A disadvantage is that the newly created areas commonly contribute to the monotonous urban-industrial landscape, rather than providing additional value. This is partly due to legislation that hampers a more diversified management of abandoned mining areas as potentially valuable landforms. One of the legal barriers that restricts the possibilities of making these areas more attractive, regards the utilization of remaining exploitation holes (i.e.

  5. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 2008

    The degradation of soils with high sand content, in the southwest of the state of Rio Grande do Sul, is due to the vegetal cover withdrawal, forming sandy areas called "areais", which pose a risk to animal husbandry and the prairie ecosystem. A technique of revegetation with cover crops such as Avena strigosa Schieb. and Lupinus albescens H. et Arn., was developed to reduce the soil particle movement by eolic erosion.

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