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Pharmaceutical Waste in Europe
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In this 5 page paper the pharmaceutical industry is examined with the argument that waste is not dealt with in the most effective manner due to the amount this would cost and the ability of companies to cut costs and remain in the law, or fail to be caught and prosecuted when they breach the law. The paper compares the way businesses have to deal with hazardous waste in the UK where the emphasis is on legislation, and compares this with Italy, where the emphasis is more of a stakeholder approach by the use of the annual accounts. The bibliography cites 5 sources.
Filename: TEhazwas.wps

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This 8 page paper discusses the philosophies evident in Jack Turner's book, The Abstract Wild. Examples, arguements and quotes included and cited. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: MBwild.rtf

Physical Geography and Socio-Environmental Responsibility
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A 14 page research paper on this science of global environmental change. The writer defines physical geography, presents an historical overview of it, and attempts to explain reasons for physical geography's neglect of certain relevant social issues concerning the environment. It is noted that this example represents a basic misunderstanding of the relationship between science and the philosophy of science. Contemporary perspectives and a look at the future direction of physical geography are provided as well. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: Physgeog.wps

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10 pages in length. The more contaminated man makes his planet, the more frantically he seeks ways to reverse the damage. Historically, toxic soil has been unearthed and redistributed into landfills; tainted sediment has continued to spill into bodies of water, kill the fish and sicken all who eat it; and polluted groundwater has all too often leeched its way into drinking supplies. In short, no method to liberate heavy-metal contamination has proven effective for eradicating its presence - until the discovery of phytoremediation, the process by which green plants are used to break down and/or absorb toxic substances in air, soil, sediment, sludge and groundwater. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: TLCPhytore.rtf

Piers Blaikie’s “At Risk: Natural Hazards, People's Vulnerability, and Disasters”
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This 5 page report discusses Blaikie’s 1996 book and his theories regarding the vulnerability of people in certain circumstances in the wake of a disaster. Blaikie’s years of field work in the Third World nations allowed him to develop his premise that the usual focus on natural hazards as being responsible for provoking disasters is actually out of place in the issues of political ecology and so-called “recovery.” Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Pittsburgh’s Environmental Trials
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A 6 page paper discussing environmental abuses and concerns in Pittsburgh in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, using three chapters of “Environmental History of Pittsburgh and Its Region.” The chapters discussed here provide valuable information on the course of events surrounding the decades-long controversies concerning Pittsburgh’s environment, but they overstep bounds in seeking to blame any of the causes we know of today. The results are the same, but seeking to point fingers rather than encouraging individuals to work for a common good is counterproductive and obscures lessons from the past that could be useful today. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: KSenvPitts.rtf

Planning and Cities
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This 5 page paper looks at the issue which need to be considered by city planners. A holistic approach is advised with issues such as the reasons for cities growth and the influence of transport examined. A possible solution to inner city congestion is also discussed with an illustrative diagram.
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Planning and PPG6
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This 10 page paper considers a plan to develop a stadium and retail park 12 kilometres for the centre of a town. The paper is written as a report that first considers the development in line with PPG6 and then looks at the factors that will determine if a public inquiry should be held, the potential objections that can be raised and how a residents committee will need to be prepared for the inquiry. The paper includes a sample questionnaire that could be used to gather local opinion. The bibliography cites 5 sources.
Filename: TEplanPPG6.rtf

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