This article briefly discusses the evolution of ecosystem approaches, and illustrates the use of ecosystem approaches to assess human health and well-being in a mining context.
Journal articlesMining ECOSYSTEM APPROACHES SOCIAL CAPITAL ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENTPublished dateFriday, January 2, 2004 - 00:00
Assessing and mitigating health risks from puffed rice cluster : a case study of Davangere, Karnataka; preliminary activities and results pilot studyPublished dateTuesday, November 13, 2007 - 00:48
Assessing and monitoring health risks from pollution in the context of small and medium enterprises, Goa, India workshop, Jan. 24-30, facilitator's post-workshop reportPublished dateSunday, January 2, 2005 - 00:00
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Evaluation of climate change impact on extreme hydrological event : case study; Addis Ababa and surrounding catchment
Changes in hydrological extremes will have implications on the design of future hydraulic structures, flood plain development, and water resource management.Published dateMonday, May 2, 2011 - 04:00
75% of populations living near wetlands have better food security, mainly through direct consumption of wetland products such as fish, vegetables and fruits, along with the use of wetlands for growing crops (rice, vegetables, coco yams and maize).Published date2013
Journal articlesGROSS NATIONAL HAPPINESS ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING Climate change AIR QUALITY AIR POLLUTION AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
The “Atmospheric brown cloud,” in Bhutan is worse in winter when there is less rain to wash pollution from the air, and is likely caused by a number of sources: coal-fueled power plants in India and China, particles from burning wood and forest fiPublished dateSunday, January 2, 2011 - 05:00
Journal articlesPILOT PROJECTS WASTE DISPOSAL Waste management ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
The African Institute for Urban Management, or “IAGU” (Institut africain de gestion urbaine) hosted a team meeting who are working to improve policies for the secure and sustainable use of the Mbeubeuss landfill site in the Malika neighbourhood.Published dateTuesday, January 2, 2007 - 05:00
Journal articlesPoverty alleviation URBAN DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH Waste management
The World Urban Forum (WUF3) gave journalists the opportunity to compare different strategies of urban management and to assess more thoroughly the approach, objectives and strategies of the Urban Poverty and Environment Program (UPEP).Published dateTuesday, January 2, 2007 - 05:00
Towards improved Chagas and dengue disease control through innovative ecosystem management and community-directed interventions : an eco-bio-social research programme on Chagas and dengue disease control in Latin America and the Caribbean; final...
This report provides an overview of a five-year research and capacity building programme involving eight research studies, forming a Community-of-Practice (CoP) for ecohealth research on vector-borne diseases, with a focus on dengue in urban and pPublished dateThursday, January 2, 2014 - 05:00