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A review and evaluation of treatment technologies for arsenic-contaminated groundwater in Bangladesh
Arsenic poisoning due to contaminated groundwater in Bangladesh was first discovered in 1993. Over 90% of the people in Bangladesh rely on groundwater as their major source of drinking water which has caused roughly 33 ...
Considerations in Intervention Design to Reduce Indoor Air Pollution from Cooking with Biomass
The compilation of the two chapters of this report ultimately conveys an optimistic message, albeit one threaded with caution. Chapter 1 expounds the impact of those more common interventions on particulate emissions and ...
Community-Based Environmental Monitoring in Stream Ecosystems: Pointing the way to Sustainable Salmon Management on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada
Community-based environmental monitoring activities are increasing across Canada. In these activities, organizations undertake the assessment of a specific ecosystem attribute, such as a species or a species assemblage, ...
GARDENING TELLING THINKING: GARDENING AND GARDEN NARRATIVE AS PHENOMENOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION
This project weaves personal narrative with gardening and the thinking of philosopher Martin Heidegger, and although it takes place in a vegetable garden its purpose is larger. I begin as a feminist believing that new ways ...