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Abstract Environmental science is often described as an interdisciplinary subject, but one firmly grounded in positivist science. Less well recognized is the idea that interdisciplinarity actually challenges fundamental conceptions concerning how reality is understood from an orthodox science...
Abstract This article addresses the important but overlooked socio-cultural dimension of sustainability indicators. We use cultural theory to assess indicators of human-environment interaction in different cultural contexts in a case study of a mining-industrial complex in the Kola Peninsula,...
Abstract The purpose of this study was to examine possible future trends in emissions of pollutants from the Yangtze River basin (China) that could contribute to acidification (sulphur dioxide), global warming (greenhouse gases), and eutrophication (nitrogen deposition and river export of...
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