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Flood economic assessment of structural measure based on integrated flood risk management: A case study in Beijing

Flood catastrophes have appeared more regularly in the last few years due to climate change and urbanization, and Integrated Flood Risk Management has become an efficient method to minimize damage from these floods. This research studies IFRM approaches in 3 aspects: flood danger recognition of high-risk areas, flood danger evaluation to quantify financial losses, and flood danger management to recognize structural actions with the biggest engineering benefits. The outcomes of this research study can be utilized to sustain metropolitan flood danger management in Beijing.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7200028


The hybridity of waste management: An in-depth exploratory case study from the Znojmo municipality

In the Western hemisphere, the hybridity of public service shipment is widely recognized to generate governance difficulties occurring from the common contestation of the contending institutional reasonings, such as those of the public and the private for-profit market. The here and now paper discovers these difficulties through an in-depth qualitative case study of the waste management service distribution in the community of Znojmo, Czech Republic. Encompassing structured meetings of stakeholders and workdesk study, the study was intended at recognizing the strengths and weak points of waste management hybridity, as well as the impact of hybridity on the relationship between innovativeness and accountability. At the very same time, the hybrid setting of waste management service shipment in Znojmo is by no ways free of administration challenges, such as the occasional lack of openness and interaction difficulties and differences amongst stakeholders.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7333972


Identification of inference fallacies in solid waste generation estimations of developing countries. A case-study in Panama

The absence of sound sampling procedures and analytical analyses to estimate strong waste generation in many developing nations has resulted in incomplete historical records of waste quantity and composition. In this paper, Panama, among the fastest-growing developing countries, was made use of as a case-study to assess the primary technical approaches to estimate solid waste generation per capita daily, and at various hierarchical levels. The solid waste generation strength sign is utilized by the Panamanian waste management authority to run the waste management system. It was additionally the main specification utilized by foreign and neighborhood business to estimate strong waste generation in Panama between 2001 and 2008. Endogenous knowledge played a crucial role in these studies to stay clear of spatial degrees inequality and multilevel dimensions show up to create more reliable details than studies gotten through various other ways.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7333970


Selection and evaluation of a septage management concept for islands: The case study of Brač Island

This paper analyses the problem of septage mining on islands according to the round economic situation concept. Islands are socioeconomic and all-natural systems where seasonal tourism and agriculture are the major financial activities, while ecological and health security are the leading concerns. The bulk of the individual real estate centers on islands are not attached to a public sewer system, consequently providing the treatment and disposal of septage hard. A concept for septage management was selected based on a waste pecking order strategy. Second, a sustainability plan was evaluated by reviewing a composite indication that accounts for economic, ecological, and social issues. The application of the sustainability index enables the evaluation of the collective impact of the recommended option on the environment of the island. The recommended septate mining principle can strengthen the self-sustainability of islands and relieve the hazard to their company and environment.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7283896


Developing a Conceptual Model for Sustainable water Resource Management and Agricultural Development: the Case of the Breede River Catchment Area, South Africa

The complicated relationship that exists between water sources and agricultural production has been increasing frequently around the world. Several variables are communicating to affect the management of water resources making the system complex and dynamic. Participatory modelling based on the system characteristics approach gives a simplified and visualisation device that can enhance the understanding of the performance of a facility and vibrant system. A multi-stage participatory approach was used in this research study entailing relevant stakeholders in the advancement of an incorporated theoretical system dynamic model making use of causal loophole layouts. The integrated model integrated in this research study utilized causal loop layouts to deal with issues of water management and agricultural sustainability in the Breede River Catchment. The version demonstrates the efficiency of the participatory technique in resolving issues associated with water management and agricultural advancement in the catchment.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7309817


Urban Municipal Solid Waste management: Modeling air pollution scenarios and health impacts in the case of Accra, Ghana

In spite of the clear link in between air contamination and health, research study to check out the relationship between metropolitan solid waste management and air pollution and health and wellness has not been focused on. The paper recommends a methodology to estimate the effect of waste management on metropolitan air contamination and health and wellness. The analysis is defined in the adhering to four actions: collecting information on the waste field; modeling the emissions emerging from waste management; transforming emissions to concentration worths and estimating the burdens on wellness. The outcomes of this wellness impact assessment indicate that, based on the discharges of PM ₂. ₅ from the waste sector in Accra, a change from the business-as-usual to a lot more sustainable choices would decrease air toxins exhausts and prevent 120 early deaths in 2030. The comprehensive analysis of the existing scenario supplies suggestions for waste management policies in regards to effects on wellness and concepts to reevaluate the waste policies in Accra.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7276646


Costs and benefits of automated high-frequency environmental monitoring – The case of lake water management

Freshwater lakes are vibrant environments and supply several ecological community solutions to people. Abrupt changes in lake ecological conditions such as cyanobacterial flowers can negatively influence lake usage. In this research a cost-benefit technique was utilized to compare the expenses of running an ahfm and applying system with its potential advantages for 3 case research study lakes. While for Lake Kinneret over a 10-year duration, the diminished total advantages are greater than the diminished overall prices, this is not the case for Lough Gara. As a whole, the greater the regularity and intensity of adjustments in lake ecological conditions connected with destructive consequences for people and the higher the number of lake users, the more probable it is that the application of an AHFM system is financially viable.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7275991


Understanding the role of informal sector for sustainable development of municipal solid waste management system: A case study in Vietnam

Although the informal market of waste collection has a vital function in revenue diversity for the bad and contribution to lose recycling, this sector is still not acknowledged in any kind of government main policies and is normally taken too lightly in the Mekong Delta of Vietnam. This paper uses a systems thinking method to analyse the important duties of the informal field in strong waste management system in Vietnam. From a round economy point of view, the flow diagram was developed for the first time, which might integrate the stars and tasks of the casual industry into a broader SWM system in Vietnam. Based on the methods and experience in waste-related activities of casual industry, this sector must be incorporated into the general waste management process. With the significance of casual systems, the authorities could develop an effective waste recycling system, and improve the source of incomes and working conditions of those entailed, especially the poor.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7290596


The underlying drivers of sustainable management of natural resources: The case of marine protected areas (MPAs)

This research aims to explore the primary variables influencing natural sources management within aquatic secured areas and the influence of stated factors. The information was gathered utilizing a study set of questions with in person communication with respondents. The study located that financial, social, environmental and cultural advancement aspects have a substantial influence on "lasting use natural sources". This study will recommend some directives for policymakers to speed up financial, social, social and eco-friendly development-- as well as to increase sustainability understanding and form favourable ecological perspectives amongst aquatic park neighborhoods to advertise all-natural source management.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7141246


Effect of farm management on topsoil organic carbon and aggregate stability in water: A case study from Southwest England, UK

There are few reliable information collections to influence self-confidence in policymakers that soil natural carbon can be determined on farms. We additionally made use of the security of macroaggregates in chilly water as a measure of 'dirt health' and examined its relationship with SOC in the clay‐rich soils. This related straight to SOC supplies that were bigger in areas under permanent field and woodland contrasted with those under cultivable or ley‐arable rotation whether dealt with for clay content F = 8. 500, p.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7263627

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