Ppt on world environment day

1 TRAINING FOR HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS [Date …Place …Event…Sponsor…Organizer] CHILDHOOD RESPIRATORY DISEASES LINKED TO THE ENVIRONMENT Childrens Health.

in lung function  Asthma / bronchospasm / allergies Childhood Respiratory Diseases & the Environment 5 World Health Report, 2002, www.who.int/whr/2002/en/ Childhood Respiratory Diseases & the Environment 6 Despite extraordinary advances in the 20th century, 2000: 10.9 million deaths /, and children in inner cities have a higher morbidity and mortality rate  Accounts for 10 million lost days of school annually  3rd cause of hospitalization among those under 15 years  Estimated cost of asthma treatment/


Environment Enrichment This lecture was first developed for World Animal Protection by Dr David Main (University of Bristol) in 2003. It was revised by.

Companion animals Module 15: Environmental Enrichment Concepts in Animal Welfare © World Animal Protection 2014. Unless stated otherwise, image credits are World Animal Protection. Environment is impoverished stressful (Morgan & Tromborg, 2007; Mason et al.,/The domestic cat.The biology of its behaviour (2nd ed.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. van de Weerd, H. A., & Day, J. E. L. (2009). A review of environmental enrichment for pigs housed in intensive housing systems. Applied Animal Behaviour /


INTERNATIONAL UNION FOR CONSERVATION OF NATURE June 05 World Environment Day.

for urgency for nations to agree on a new deal at the crucial climate convention meeting in Copenhagen some 180 days later in the year, and the links with overcoming poverty and improved management of forests. 3 World Environment Day-Everyday As the world celebrates World Environment Day, the negative impact on people and nature of unsustainable lifestyles and practices are felt more strongly than ever before, according/


Section 1 Science and the Environment DAY 1 Chapter 1 Science and the Environment Section 1: Understanding Our Environment.

a biodegradable and non-biodegradable products? Section 1 Science and the Environment DAY 1 Chapter 1 Science and the Environment Section 2: The Environment and Society Section 1 Science and the Environment “The Tragedy of the Commons” In his essay, ecologist Garrett / encounter. Third, gather all the information you can before drawing a conclusion. Section 1 Science and the Environment A Sustainable World Sustainability is the condition in which human needs are met in such a way that a human population can/


The Environment: A Love-Hate Relationship Finz 2012.

environments, illness can be caused indirectly. Environmental Effects on Health The World Health Organization (WHO) has begun to collect data on how the environment affects human health. In one study, WHO estimates poor health by days of healthy life lost to death and disease, in different world/ Throughout the 1900s, U.S. citizens became more aware of environmental problems. The first Earth Day, celebrated around the world in 1970, was a sign of widespread environmental awareness. In the same year, the U./


Coffee From Cradle to Grave By Monica Martinez and Crystal Mount Race, Poverty and the Environment Professor Raquel R. Pinderhughes Urban Studies Program.

the world’s coffee, making it the largest consumer in the world” (FAQ par.1) “North Americans consume more than 4 kg (9 lb.) of the black drink per capita per year, which averages out to about two cups per day for /0+ln+en% References  “Frequently Asked Questions” Global Exchange. 20 Feb. 2003 http://globalexchange.org/economy/coffee/coffeeFAQ.ht ml#environment  “Action Alert: Uphold Kerala’s Endosulfan Ban” Endosulfan Spray protest ActionCommittee White Paper. Sep. 2001 Thanal Conservation Action and /


SCI 256 – People, Science and the Environment Environmental Science Week 1 - Environmental Science, The Scientific Method, and Environmentalism.

from this…good thing to work on! Environmental Worldviews Individuals have one as well as societies and nations. The traditional western world worldview: is called the ‘expansionist worldview’ – conquer, expand and exploit nature. – The 18 th century frontier attitude is/via the Sierra Club and the National Wildlife Federation The first Earth Day organized in 1970 - estimated 20 million people publicly supported caring for our environment. By Earth Day 1990, it was much more of a global observance with an /


SCI 256 – People, Science and the Environment Environmental Science Week 1 - Environmental Science, The Scientific Method, and Environmentalism, Human.

from this…good thing to work on! Environmental Worldviews Individuals have one as well as societies and nations. The traditional western world worldview: is called the ‘expansionist worldview’ – conquer, expand and exploit nature. – The 18 th century frontier attitude is/via the Sierra Club and the National Wildlife Federation The first Earth Day organized in 1970 - estimated 20 million people publicly supported caring for our environment. By Earth Day 1990, it was much more of a global observance with an /


Sociology CHAPTER 20-POPULATION, URBANIZATION, AND THE ENVIRONMENT Prof.Dr. Halit Hami ÖZ Kafkas Üniversitesi/Kafkas University Kars, Turkey

at http://cnx.org/content/col11407/latest/.9 Introduction to Population, Urbanization, and the Environment A symbolic interactionist interested in the day-to- day interaction of groups and individuals might research topics like how family-planning information is presented/features of an industrial city. Download for free at http://cnx.org/content/col11407/latest/.29 Urbanization around the World Global favorites like New York, London, and Tokyo are all examples of postindustrial cities. As cities evolve from/


5 th June 2009. " Your Planet Needs You - UNite to Combat Climate Change Mexico is going to Host World Environment Day under this Theme Theme for Year.

that underpin our economies is an issue for everyone. Every individual’s efforts, no matter how small, can contribute to the sustainable development of our economies and communities around the world. World Environment Day 2009 World Environment Day is a people’s event with colorful activities such as street rallies, bicycle parades, green concerts, essays and poster competitions in schools, tree planting as well as recycling and/


Sustainable Environment (Sujalam-Suphalam) by Partnering with Nature SLK FOUNDATION Creating of Wealth from Waste Please spread.

000 tons waste annually or 400 tones plastic waste daily. The Rich are spoiling world due to Consumerism. While it is the poor who will suffer most due damaging environment.… Earth (Prithvi) Solid Waste Disposal Use of Chemical Fertilizers and Pesticides Earth (Prithvi)/ Entropy-Nature’s way Entropy is defined as the non-usable part of energy. Globally, entropy is increasing by the day, as fossil fuels are consumed and excess carbon discharged into the air. However, nature works on the principle of negative/


Psychology Scientific study of the behavior of individuals and their mental processes Scientific method-(set of steps) Behavior (adjustment to environment)

Consciousness State of awareness of internal events and of the external environment Perceptions, feelings, thoughts, images, desires, etc. Content Consciousness Levels –1.basic-inner+outer world ex. hunger, cars –2. Reflection of what you are /and monitoring progress Experimental intelligence »People’s ability to deal with novel and extreme problems Contextual intelligences –Managing day to day affairs –Adapt, select, shape –Street smarts/ business sense Howard Gardner (1983) –Multiple Intelligences eight /


1 14. Ethical Issues In Sustainability of Agriculture & the Environment Larry D. Sanders Spring 2002 Dept. of Ag Economics Oklahoma State University.

needed to uplift economies will result in greater stresses on environment & natural resource base u 1.2-1.3 billion in absolute poverty u 2/3 of world population live on less than $2/day 35 “Market Myopia”? u Biased w/short term perspective/ Lincoln, 1985. u Quinn, D. The Story of B, Bantam Books, New York, 1996. u Sanders’ notes u TMR u UN World Commission on Environment & Development, “Our Common Future” (Brundtland Report), 1987. u VP 52 Something to think about... “ Parents, teach your children. Children/


MWH - Day 1 - 1. Fill out notecard with name, email address, do you have regular online access at home? 2. Intro to course, textbooks, understand homework.

in groups to put together ppt – unit link for course 2.Present ppt – as audience members take notes in your graphic organizers. THE BEGINNING OF THE “MODERN” WORLD Geography – day 3 Geography themes of location, place, movement, human- environment interaction and region are useful tools for understanding history and current events. 1.Finish Presentations – conclusions? How will this course help you understand the/


Hunan Polytechnic of Environment & Biology Unit 4 Dream 1 2 3 4 5 Background information.

words Hunan Polytechnic of Environment & Biology Monica: Hay, Jack, did you see Smith? It seems that he is always traveling. Jack: Yeah his dream is traveling around the world one day. Monica: Wonderful, I want to be a dancer on day. What’s your /as staff are smart, it does not matter how long their hair is. 员工只要聪明,头发留多长没什么关系。 Hunan Polytechnic of Environment & Biology P2 Maybe you want to write a novel, or travel around the world, or switch to a new career, or get fit and healthy … whatever your dreams are,/


Ships in the Desert Objectives  To understand the text  To learn the words and phrases about environment  To be familiar with the environmental issue.

tremendous What are the surprising experiences that signal the damage from our assault on the environment mentioned in the paragraph?  more hot days, quicker sunburn, and more debate on garbage disposing matter. --whether it ’ s /skirmishes, “ regional ” battles, and “ strategic ” conflicts  theater: scene of operation  e.g. This was the Pacific theatre of World War II.  这里是第二次世界大战的太平洋战区。  lecture theatre 阶梯教室 A useful system comes from the military  A useful way of classifying comes from fighting. /


SCI 256 – People, Science and the Environment Environmental Science Week 1 - Environmental Science, The Scientific Method, and Environmentalism, Human.

from this…good thing to work on! Environmental Worldviews Individuals have one as well as societies and nations. The traditional western world worldview: is called the ‘expansionist worldview’ – conquer, expand and exploit nature. – The 18 th century frontier attitude is/via the Sierra Club and the National Wildlife Federation The first Earth Day organized in 1970 - estimated 20 million people publicly supported caring for our environment. By Earth Day 1990, it was much more of a global observance with an /


Ecolog 2. DAY 1 Chapter 1 Science and the Environment Section 2: The Environment and Society.

world requires everyone’s participation including individual citizens, industry, and the government. “The Tragedy of the Commons” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M LirNeu-A8I Study Questions What is the tragedy of the commons? Define a developed country? A non developed country? What is an ecological footprint? What is sustainability? DAY 1 Chapter 1 Science and the Environment/ revolution? DAY 2 Chapter 1: Science and the Environment Section 1: Understanding Our Environment Our Environment Through Time/


The Urantia Book Paper 49 The Inhabited Worlds Paper 49 - Video study group link Paper 48 The Morontia Life.

nursery habitat for longer periods than on those planets which very early provide a hospitable land-and-atmosphere environment. Conversely, on some worlds of the superbreathers, when the planet is not too large, it is sometimes expedient to provide for /of a sleeping mortal there functions the returned Adjuster, the same immortal Father fragment that lived in him during the days in the flesh, and thus is identity restored and personality resurrected. During the sleep of their subjects these waiting Adjusters/


MWH - Day 1 - 1. Fill out notecard with name, email address, are you online at home? 2. Intro to course, textbooks, understand homework assignment sheet.

Day 1 Agenda SEEDS OF CHANGE: EMERGENCE OF THE 1 ST GLOBAL AGE (1450-1770) Unit I Unit Overview  World Geography and Religions  Renaissance  Reformation  Scientific Revolution  Explorations and the Columbian Exchange  Enlightenment Unit Enduring Understandings 1. Geography themes of location, place, movement, human-environment/computer 4.Get to work – presentation is due tomorrow. WORLD RELIGIONS – DAY2 WORLD RELIGIONS – DAY 3 Interactive Map Religion affects how different cultures interact, cooperate,/


MWH - Day 1 - 1. Fill out notecard with name, email address, do you have regular online access at home? 2. Intro to course, textbooks, understand homework.

Day 1 Agenda SEEDS OF CHANGE: EMERGENCE OF THE 1 ST GLOBAL AGE (1450-1770) Unit I Unit Overview  Current world issues  World Geography and Religions  Renaissance  Reformation  Scientific Revolution  Explorations and the Columbian Exchange  Intro to Enlightenment Unit Enduring Understandings 1. Geography themes of location, place, movement, human-environment/ – Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur, Passover and Shabbat Religions of the World RENAISSANCE – DAY 4 1300-1600 A - Geography has an impact on history B /


Welcome to Environmental Geography! GEOG 101 (Section 02) – Day 1 (Photo by P. Regoniel in Picable).

ourselves, other species and ecosystems as a whole Environmental science and environmental geography study: - how the natural world works - how the environment affects humans and vice versa Environmental geography gives special emphasis to how things interrelate in space – for instance,/ have surpassed the Earth’s carrying capacity. As the Global Footprint Network says, “August 19 is Earth Overshoot Day, marking the date when humanity has exhausted nature’s budget for the year. For the rest of the year/


浙江省桐庐中学. World Environment Day, Not just another day.

only a people’s event but also a multi-mediamulti-media one? World Environment Day logo for 2002 World Environment Day logo for 2003 World Environment Day logo for 20042004 Questions for discussion: 1.Do you agree to the sentence “World Environment Day is about you and me”? Why ( not )? 2. How do you understand the title “World Environment Day, not just another day ”? World Environment Day, commemorated each year on 5 June, is one of the important vehicles/


Section 1 Science and the Environment DAY 1 Chapter 1 Science and the Environment Section 1: Understanding Our Environment.

a biodegradable and non-biodegradable products? Section 1 Science and the Environment DAY 1 Chapter 1 Science and the Environment Section 2: The Environment and Society Section 1 Science and the Environment “The Tragedy of the Commons” In his essay, ecologist Garrett / encounter. Third, gather all the information you can before drawing a conclusion. Section 1 Science and the Environment A Sustainable World Sustainability is the condition in which human needs are met in such a way that a human population can/


Section 1 Science and the Environment DAY 1 Chapter 1 Science and the Environment Section 1: Understanding Our Environment.

a biodegradable and non-biodegradable products? Section 1 Science and the Environment DAY 1 Chapter 1 Science and the Environment Section 2: The Environment and Society Section 1 Science and the Environment “The Tragedy of the Commons” In his essay, ecologist Garrett / encounter. Third, gather all the information you can before drawing a conclusion. Section 1 Science and the Environment A Sustainable World Sustainability is the condition in which human needs are met in such a way that a human population can/


METU NCC HORIZON2020 INFO DAY PROF. DR. IREM DIKMEN TOKER ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT RESEARCH COORDINATOR DR. AYSU ÖZEN COORDINATOR.

in 2 sites in Turkey. KONU ADI BENTON SANS REGULAR 12 PUNTO METU RESEARCH FOR A GREENER WORLD Climate Action, Environment, Resource Efficiency and Raw Materials “REFRESH: Contributing To Refreshing Adaptive Strategies To The Mitigation Of The/ Europe Network (˃600 member organizations) to search for/consortium partners H2020 PREPARATION ACTIVITIES AT METU H2020 info days specific to faculty /department /center by METU offices H2020 information presentations organized jointly with TUBITAK University-industry/


Saint Charles County Department of Community Health & Environment Andrew Adams June 2014-September 2014 Organization St. Charles County Department of Community.

occur within hospital settings Designing an educational intervention around the issue of oversedation cultivates an environment of safety within the hospital ---------------------------------------------------------------- The Human Centered Design process utilizes tools similar to/Data analysis and data interpretation ARCGIS training Data presentation in forms that are easily understood Health education World AIDS Day 2013 (AIDS Quit) St. Louis Children’s Hospital Usha Rawat Practice Experience Dates:June, /


1 Strategic Management in Enacted World DR. M.HASSAN.

enacted environment  Enactment theory abandons the idea of concrete, martial ‘ organization/environment ’ in favor a largely socially created symbolic world.  objective or perceived environments image concrete, martial ‘ organization ’ what are within, but separate from, real material ‘ environment. They/ should adapt to their environments. The admonition to adapt to trends and forces is not very helpful because it is not sufficient for dealing with issues in day-to-day management. The admonition to/


Day 1: I can explain that physical characteristics of organisms have changed over successive generations. Write the following in your notes:

for having species of plants and animals that are unlike any found elsewhere in the world. Remote “islands” like these and smaller islands are showcases for the effects of/ developed better weapons. Others believe they were physically not adapted to the new environment that arose after the Ice Age. Three different species of bear are found /have been around longer than reptiles d. all of the above Transitional Species DAY 5: I can explain that physical characteristics of organisms have changed over successive/


Beef Grant Donnelly & Vicky Ramos Race, Poverty, and the Urban Environment Professor Raquel R. Pinderhughes, Urban Studies Program, San Francisco State.

a human being in 20 to 40 grams per day. People are eating far more than is necessary and far more than is healthy ( Robbins, John. May All Be Fed: A Diet for a New World). - If we ate nothing but wheat (which provides/ reaching toxic levels until they are emptied out, or abandoned after many years (Division of Water Quality, North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Raleigh, North Caroline Inspection Reports of March 5, 1998). Salt present can also impact ecosystems, making drinking /


The environment, ecology and problems of the world Kateřina Cagalová.

use violence  GREEN PARTY  wants to regulate activities that harm the environment.  all around the world EO in Czech republic  BRONTOSAURUS  CHILDREN OF THE EARTH The environment and the people How people demage the environment ?  There are many negative impacts associated with population explosion : / Spring o Summer o Autumn o Winter Seasons of the year  SPRING  it is warm but with many cool, rainy days  officially begins on March 21 st  in April,the highs can climb to 8-14°C ( "April weather is/


Understand what the environment is. Understand the terms LEDC and MEDC. Identify key stakeholders in the environment. Be able to identify at least three.

example when London City Airport was expanded the noise pollution effected the residents of Woolwich and Thamesmead. The global environment refers to the world. For example deforestation of the Amazon rainforest to create grazing land for McDonalds means that there are fewer / Traffic congestion Heavy traffic may mean customers won’t make the trip to the business during busy times of the day. The business could open earlier and stay open longer. Westfield shopping centre has worked with TFL to ensure it /


MWH - Day 1 - 1. Fill out notecard with: 1. name, 2. email address, 3. textbook number and 4. your computer number 5. do you have regular online access.

– each group will complete one chart using your text and research Topics C - Environment D - Human rights E - Security F - Health and Welfare B - Technology A - Trade and Economics THE BEGINNING OF THE “MODERN” WORLD The present informed by the past – Day 2 To understand how the current modern world can be understood by what we will learn in this class 1.Work in/


Chapter 7: India and China Establish Empires Chapter 8: African Civilizations Chapter 9: The Americas: A Separate World.

declined as an international trading power. But it was not only Aksum’s political power that weakened. Its spiritual identity and environment was also endangered. As the invaders spread Islam to the lands they conquered, Aksum became isolated from other Christian settlements./the south. Although this land mass narrows greatly around modern-day Panama, it stretches unbroken for about 9,000 miles. This large and rugged land is isolated from the rest of the world by vast oceans. Yet, thousands of years ago, the/


Major Religions of the World Judaism Christianity Islam Buddhism Hinduism Daoism.

commands Discipline Discipline Following the holy Bible-added from the original Jewish writings. Following the holy Bible-added from the original Jewish writings. Respect for the environment of the world. Respect for the environment of the world. Important Days Ash Wednesday-Lent Ash Wednesday-Lent Palm Sunday Palm Sunday Maundy Thursday Maundy Thursday Good Friday Good Friday Easter Easter Ascension Ascension Pentecost Pentecost Advent Advent/


TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive Summary

270 The International Advertisers Congress 2,500 750 500 1,250 International Road Transport Union Congress 160 100 990 UN Environment Programme 1,500 200 World Dental Congress 9,302 3,073 850 5,445 1.1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Future Congresses to be held in Dubai/past and the modern architecture, all while enjoying a delicious and romantic dinner. Jewel of the Gulf – Abu Dhabi Tour (Full day) A day trip to the U.A.E capital, Abu Dhabi is an exciting package, revealing a blend of modernity and tradition. Abu Dhabi/


From Atoms To Bits Culture, Collaboration and Global Sustainability

Societies The western middle class prototype of 300 million people, 5% of the worlds population, is demonstrating some of the benefits of the rapidly changing stone age environment that humans were genetically selected for over perhaps a million years and we are / introducing video telephones too early failing to recognise the need for texting The six stages are designed round the working day but are fractal in that they are applicable at any level from the process of formulating and uttering a single /


Dams & The World’s Water

population of 2.1 billion who can not get access to the minimum requirement of 50 litres per person per day. With the anticipated population growth in less developed countries this will double to 4.2 billion people by 2025./is essential to support the growing demands without damaging our environment Dams in the 21st Century Significant difficulties in weather prediction arise from rapidly developing climate changes in almost all parts of the world. Therefore, greater use of weather radar monitoring rainfall,/


Micro Level: Individuals and Families

Environment Micro Level: Individuals and Families Second Edition Katherine van Wormer Copyright 2010, Oxford University Press. For classroom use only; all other reproductions or circulation is prohibited. Chapter 1 Human Behavior: Theoretical Concepts To see the world / more unplanned sexual activity in some circles and a higher degree of religiosity in others. Economic challenges—present-day realities of increased tuition, textbook prices, parents saving for retirement, and necessity for a car and job./


The learning program to help bring the nursing home resident and technology together in a virtual world By Thomas W. Whiteley.

include creating an avatar (identity), changing the appearance of their avatar, and traveling to the exotic lands of this world (transport). Opportunity This instruction is to fill an opportunity rather than a need. Due to each resident’s /the “whole person” needs and uses The Eden Alternative model in carrying out its mission. History, Environment, & Model At Amberwood activities are planned for each day of the week, morning and afternoons. Past activities include fishing, shopping, movies, crafts, bingo,/


Topic: Me In My Environment ‘Considering the world we are a part of and how we can make decisions to manage & improve the quality of the school’s physical.

Special Places Pool of Knowledge Drama Making a Tree Rangi & Papa Pool of Knowledge Motor Skills…Physical WorldPlace & Environment Mapping My Place Sounds & Colours Special Places A Day in the life of.. Various Values EnviroSurvey Technlogical Capability Design An Object Measurement Mapping My Place World In A Lunchbox Oral Language Speaking Pepeha Special Places Make A Tree Various Values Kaitiakitangi Pool of Knowledge/


Environmental Problems, Their Causes, and Sustainability

to live on less than $3 (U.S.) per day Number of people living in poverty dropped 6% since 1990 Globalization We live in a world that is increasingly interconnected through economic, cultural and environmental interdependence. What does that mean for our environment? Globalization: A Few Pros/Cons Sharing ideas and technology around the world. Access to materials once unthinkable (example: fresh fruits and/


WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY 2013 Think.Eat.Save.

awareness of the need to take positive environmental action. It is run by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). It was the day that United Nations Conference on the Human Environment began. The theme for this year’s World Environment Day celebrations is Think The theme for this year’s World Environment Day celebrations is Think.Eat.Save. Think.Eat.Save is an anti-food waste and food loss/


Fort Benning, Home of the MCoE Maneuver Center of Excellence - Team of Soldiers, Families, and Civilians from the Best Army in the World! Infantry Standards.

the MCoE Maneuver Center of Excellence - Team of Soldiers, Families, and Civilians from the Best Army in the World! Doctrinal IN OSUT PRT Schedule Day/ Week MONTUEWEDTHUFRISATSUN 1 PD (INSTRUCTION) PD (5 rep), HSD, MMD1, 1 mile run assess, RD PD,/ contribute to the successful mission accomplishment of the first unit of assignment and operate effectively in a contemporary operating environment. Complete Eagle Run (5 miles in 45 minutes). Execute Night Infiltration Course Complete Global Assessment Tool (GAT)/


TODAY - 5 th June “ THE WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY” C……I am getting into ashes...Pay some attention…..

that climate change is becoming the defining issue of our era, UNEP is asking countries, companies and communities to focus on greenhouse gas emissions and how to reduce them. The World Environment Day will highlight resources and initiatives that promote low carbon economies and life-styles, such as improved energy efficiency, alternative energy sources, forest conservation and eco-friendly consumption. The main international/


How will we fix our broken institutions? Finding a better way by seeing our world differently.

Writely and maps and you have most of my day inside the Google world. Google are capturing the Intellectual & Social Capital of the world. They learn more accurately every day from a systems perspective what we are all doing and/force. SuppliersCustomers Staff Shareholders In the natural world - everything lives inside an ever-expanding environment, or ecology. The development of everything inside the ecology, depends on the health of the environment. If the environment meets the basic rules for how nature/


Investing into South Africa 2010. INVESTMENT ENVIRONMENT &OPPORTUNITIES.

MARKETS BY SEA Liverpool – 25 days New York – 20 days Buenos Aires – 11 days Jeddah – 20 days India – 10 days Singapore – 12 days Hong Kong – 25 days Investing in Africa: an improving environment The operating environment is improving visibly and rapidly … / serve offshore clients Competitiveness Improvement Programme Grants are to be used for the following interventions: World-class manufacturing principles. Training Labour relations and employee wellness programmes Product related Supply chain integration/


The Environment and Medical Issues revision

the planet. It is selfish and does not look after the world as God intended. Muslim attitudes to the environment All Muslims believe that they have a duty to protect and care for the environment and should not pollute it Notice that these are similar ideas /healed people and organ transplants is another form of this Churches have issued statements saying that it is a good thing (modern day heroism) as long as it is done in a morally acceptable way. The Bible teaches the importance of sacrifice and helping /


Centre for Science and Environment Session 3 Reform pesticide policy Briefing workshop August 4-5, 2004.

. Daily pesticide intake arrived: –Average diet (theoretical intake) –Accurate diet (Estimated intake) –Or total diet (Measured intake) on cooked food. Centre for Science and Environment Diets of the world: WHO/FAO regional diets (in grams per person per day) CommodityMiddle eastern Far easternAfricanLatin American European Cereals430.8452.3318.4252.2226.3 Root and tubers61.8108.5321.3159.3242.0 Pulses24.619.817.823/


BAGPIPE B = Beliefs, Ideas, Culture

BAGPIPE B = Beliefs, Ideas, Culture A = America in the World / Global Context G = Geography and Environment / Physical & Human P = Peopling / Movement & Migrations I = Identity / Gender, Class, Racial, Ethnic P = Politics/proposed income tax, bimetallism Progressives – correct abuses of capitalism to save capitalism, workman’s comp, no child labor, 8 hr work day, labor not a trust, safety after Triangle Shirtwaist strategies – muckrackers exposing ills like John Spargo, legislation like Adamson Act, Clayton /


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