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Man Sing Wong, Fen Peng, Bin Zou, Wen Zhong Shi and Gaines J. Wilson    
Recent studies have suggested that some disadvantaged socio-demographic groups face serious environmental-related inequities in Hong Kong due to the rising ambient urban temperatures. Identifying heat-vulnerable groups and locating areas of Surface Urban... ver más

 
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Onyemaechi C. Nweke    
With increased interest in integrating environmental justice into the process for developing environmental regulations in the United States, analysts and decision makers are confronted with the question of what methods and data can be used to assess disp... ver más

 
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Kristian David Rubiano Calderón     Pág. 83 - 100
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Revista: Colombia Forestal    Formato: Electrónico

 
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Christine C. Ekenga, Cora-Ann McElwain and Nadav Sprague    
Exposure to lead has long been a community health concern in St. Louis, Missouri. The objective of this study was to examine public response to reports of elevated lead levels in school drinking water in St. Louis, Missouri via Twitter, a microblogging p... ver más

 
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Nadine Lobner, Paulo Castro Seixas, Ricardo Cunha Dias and Diogo Guedes Vidal    
Urban compactivity models are increasing around the globe, and sustainability has become the new buzzword. In recent decades, the focus of ecological responsibility has been shifted to the world?s cities, as they are the source of excessive consumption, ... ver más
Revista: Urban Science    Formato: Electrónico

 
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Amanda Yates, Maibritt Pedersen Zari, Sibyl Bloomfield, Andrew Burgess, Charles Walker, Kathy Waghorn, Priscila Besen, Nick Sargent and Fleur Palmer    
The institutional frameworks within which we conceive, design, construct, inhabit and manage our built environments are widely acknowledged to be key factors contributing to converging ecological crises: climate change, biodiversity loss, environmental d... ver más
Revista: Urban Science    Formato: Electrónico

 
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Alun Gu, Yue Zhang, Bolin Pan     Pág. 1 - 13
Global inequity and the unbalance of water resources has been a critical issue for many years; and the Chinese per capita water resources are only 1/4 of the global average. Meanwhile, as the Chinese economy is growing rapidly, the demand of Chinese indu... ver más
Revista: Water    Formato: Electrónico

 
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Alun Gu, Yue Zhang and Bolin Pan    
Global inequity and the unbalance of water resources has been a critical issue for many years; and the Chinese per capita water resources are only 1/4 of the global average. Meanwhile, as the Chinese economy is growing rapidly, the demand of Chinese indu... ver más
Revista: Water    Formato: Electrónico

 
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Nirmala Dorasamy, Monal A. Abdel-Baki    
While the Egyptian Revolution has initiated democratic transformation, the economy remains vulnerable to shocks that are apt to exacerbate unemployment, inequity, and poverty the prime triggers of the popular uprising. Stability hinges on the newly elec... ver más

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