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Sustainable Development: Berlin + Seattle.  Cen...
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Sustainable Development: Berlin + Seattle. Century 21 + Agenda 21 ab 78.99 € als Taschenbuch: Sustainable Development and Local Urban Communities in East and West Berlin Germany and Seattle United States: From Century 21 to Local Agenda 21. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Kunst & Musik,

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Sustainable Development: Berlin + Seattle.  Cen...
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Sustainable Development: Berlin + Seattle. Century 21 + Agenda 21 ab 78.99 EURO Sustainable Development and Local Urban Communities in East and West Berlin Germany and Seattle United States: From Century 21 to Local Agenda 21

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Sustainable Development: Berlin + Seattle. Cent...
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Sustainable development initiatives are analyzed as local urban community responses to globalizing problems. The 1962 Seattle "Century 21 World's Fair" and the 1992 United Nations Rio "Agenda 21" are reviewed. "Local urban communities" are studied: a city block, a neighborhood, and a city district, in Berlin and in Seattle. What are these communities capable of achieving with "local resources"? To what extent are they dependent on external conditions and city, national, and international level programs? The roles of civil society and the historical evolution and accumulation of local resources is analyzed, to generate a theory of sustainable local development. Comparing the significance of ethical concerns and ecological limits, civil society actors, and external support. LA 21 initiatives are at odds with development policies emphasizing economic growth and world trade. Sustainable development projects focusing on 'local quality of life' can inadvertently provide support to globally unsustainable development strategies while local sustainability is imported from distant communities. U.S. and German efforts are key to the success of any eventual global sustainable development.

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Nuclear Materials Safety Management
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With the end of the Cold War, new opportunities for interaction have opened up between the United States and the countries of the Former Soviet Union. Many of these important initiatives involve the US Department of Energy (DOE) and the Ministry of the Russian Federation for Atomic Energy (MINA TOM). Currently, collaboration is under way which involves reactor safety, the disposition of fissile materials from the weapons program, radioactive waste disposal, and the safety of nuclear warheads. Another fruitful area of interchange resulted from the radiochemical storage tank accident at the site of the Siberian Chemical Compound at Tomsk-7 in 1993. DOE and MINATOM agreed to meet and exchange information about the accident for the purposes of improving safety. A meeting on the Tomsk tank accident was held in Hanford, Washington in 1993, followed by a second meeting in st. Petersburg, Russia in 1994 in which the agenda expanded to include radiochemical processing safety. A third exchange took place in 1995 in Los Alamos, New Mexico, and additional papers were presented on nonreactor nuclear safety. Following a planning session in 1996 in Seattle, Washington, it was decided to hold a fourth technical exchange on the broader subject of nuclear materials safety management. Through a grant from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Disarmament Programme, the meeting took place on March 17- 21, 1997, in Amarillo, Texas as a NATO Advanced Research Workshop (ARW) through grant no. DISRM 961315.

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Nuclear Materials Safety Management
207,99 € *
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With the end of the Cold War, new opportunities for interaction have opened up between the United States and the countries of the Former Soviet Union. Many of these important initiatives involve the US Department of Energy (DOE) and the Ministry of the Russian Federation for Atomic Energy (MINA TOM). Currently, collaboration is under way which involves reactor safety, the disposition of fissile materials from the weapons program, radioactive waste disposal, and the safety of nuclear warheads. Another fruitful area of interchange resulted from the radiochemical storage tank accident at the site of the Siberian Chemical Compound at Tomsk-7 in 1993. DOE and MINATOM agreed to meet and exchange information about the accident for the purposes of improving safety. A meeting on the Tomsk tank accident was held in Hanford, Washington in 1993, followed by a second meeting in st. Petersburg, Russia in 1994 in which the agenda expanded to include radiochemical processing safety. A third exchange took place in 1995 in Los Alamos, New Mexico, and additional papers were presented on nonreactor nuclear safety. Following a planning session in 1996 in Seattle, Washington, it was decided to hold a fourth technical exchange on the broader subject of nuclear materials safety management. Through a grant from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Disarmament Programme, the meeting took place on March 17- 21, 1997, in Amarillo, Texas as a NATO Advanced Research Workshop (ARW) through grant no. DISRM 961315.

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