Food exchange between human populations can mitigate the risk arising from variable food production.
A grand challenge facing humanity is how to produce food for a growing population in the face of a changing climate and environmental degradation.
In the last decade, the consumption trend of organic food has increased dramatically worldwide.
This book chapter advances SDGs 15 and 12 by studying plant–soil interactions in mine degraded reclaimed land which provides an important foundation for restoration ecology.
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Plastic Waste and Recycling, Environmental Impact, Societal Issues, Prevention, and Solutions, 2020, pages 223 - 249

This book chapter addresses goals 14, 15, and 12 by exploring the origins of microplastics (relating to our society, production and consumption) and the diverse and harmful impacts of microplastics in the marine environment on life underwater, as well as interactions with humans and other life on land at the end of the cycle.

Environmentalism and sustainability are two buzzwords that have come to represent an awakening of the people's collective conscience over the last two decades or so.

Various studies have shown that maritime sector needs increased use of zero emission vessels in service by 2030 in order to achieve an absolute reduction in CO2 emissions of 50% by 2050 (consistent wi
With the increasing importance of ‘emerging powers’ in the global economy, questions are raised about the role of developing countries in shaping global norms.
Infant formulas (IFs) can be defined as substitutes for human milk, which are mostly based on cow milk proteins.
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Introduction to Industrial Energy Efficiency, Energy Auditing, Energy Management, and Policy Issues, 2020, Pages 215-226

This chapter advances SDG 7, 11 and 12 by addressing energy efficiency of heating systems, cooling systems, and hot water systems, examining measures to reduce energy use in these systems.

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