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Guidelines for Reducing the Environmental Impact of the Urban Settlement

This research analyses buildings as part of complex systems. Different typologies of urbanization have been compared to identify green guidelines, starting with the analysis of emblematic case studies.

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The Lack of Sustainability by not Replacing Dead or Hazard Trees in United States Midwestern Cities

As trees die or are removed for being hazards, they are not being replaced. There are fewer trees in the urban forest, however, the remaining trees are bigger on average.

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Urban Lighting Master Plans: Environmental and Sustainable Guidelines

Elements from a range of existing international examples have been used to inform a template for stakeholders to improve the coherence and sustainability of future urban lighting master plans.

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Building Eco-social Capacity to Meet Environmental Crisis: A Model Accommodating Perspectives of Western Sydney Community Groups

Through study of community group perspectives in Western Sydney, a model of eco-social capacity is described that enables appropriate emphasis on key capacity-building domains in this time of environmental crisis.

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Evaluating the Sustainability of Urban Development in New Zealand in Relation to Effects on Water Bodies

This paper describes the development of a decision support system to evaluate the environmental, economic, social, and cultural sustainability of urban development in relation to effects on receiving water bodies.

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Sustainability of Vegetable Cultivation and Marketing: Exploring the State of Indian Farmers

Vegetables cultivation is an important component of Indian agriculture. Its cultivation is caste oriented and mainly dominated by small farmers, mainly practiced due to its remunerative value and fast returns.

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Sustainable Housing in Developing Countries: Meeting Social and Environmental Targets by Greening Low Income Settlements in South Africa

Greening low income settlements could represent the key for sustainability to meet environmental and social challenges. The concept is intended as a synergy among environmental conservation, affordability and social issues.

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Faith Communities and Environmental Degradation in Northeast Nigeria

This study uses qualitative techniques to explore how faith communities engage with environmental degradation.

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The Effects of Floods in Tropical Livestock Production: A Colombian Case

Effects for tropical livestock production in Colombia during the extreme rainy seasons in 2010 and 2011 are characterized. This phenomenon had affected mainly small farmers in all the country.

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The International Journal of Environmental Sustainability , Volume 10, Issue 1

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