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Beloit College

Beloit College (visited 4/15/15)

The students at Beloit were some of the most open, forthcoming, articulate students I’ve met. I was hugely impressed with them and the school as a whole. 1,142 more words

College Visits

Our North Saskatchewan Region: ELC launches regional plan information website (but will there be a plan?)

Where will the province’s regional plans be going with the new government?  It’s anyone’s guess at this stage.  Regardless, environmental information relevant to our region will continue to be collected by a variety of organizations (include government and non-government organizations).   131 more words

Land Use

Conservation Of Water And Electricity

https://prezi.com/iwztekvl29ap/conservation-of-water-and-electricity/

Created By Fiza Shaikh

On How To Conserve Water And Electricity in our Daily Life.

Use high-efficient appliances and equipments. In most factories, production equipment is the greatest contributor to electricity costs. 460 more words

Environmental Management

Volcanoes

What is a volcano?

A volcano is a mountain that opens downward to a pool of molten rock below the surface of the earth. When pressure builds up, eruptions occur. 114 more words

Environmental Management

Visit in the botanical garden

From the classroom to the jungle was the slogan today as the course paid a visit to the university’s botanical garden. About 10.000 plant species from all climate zones grow here on an area of about 3 ha…and not only plants. 48 more words

Environmental Management

Excursion to the waste water treatment plant Dresden-Kaditz

Today the group headed to the north-western outskirts to visit Dresden’s main sewage treatment plant. About 55 million cubic meters of waste water flowing annually through the city’s 1.700 km (!) long sewer network are mainly treated here. 116 more words

Environmental Management

GREEN REVOLUTION

Below is a ppt attached on Green Revolution.

Green Revolution

Challenge For You! žWhich economist believed that because population grows geometrically and food production arithmetically famine was inevitable?

~Pamela

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT