Water Pollution Control in China: Foreign Firms Have Competitive Advantages
Controlling water pollution in China is a difficult proposition, with weak implementation of laws and penalties for polluting. Further muddying the waters are local governments’ lack of motivation to work with each other to tackle the problem. Still, more More...
Fracking impacts on water, hydro power and climate
A new study from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) raises concerns about the impacts of BC's growing shale gas industry. CCPA argues that hydraulic fracturing (fracking), the process used to extract unconventional natural gas from shale More...
Briefing on New Science to Identify Sources of Excessive Nutrients in Rivers and Estuaries
The USGS will demonstrate a new and innovative online decision support system used to identify sources of nutrients to downstream waters, such as the Gulf of Mexico, Long Island Sound and others. The decision support system More...
ISEG LogoThe International Society of Environmental Geotechnology (ISEG) has evolved as a registered non-profit professional society of researchers, policymakers, educators, corporate personnel and representatives of organizations who are active or interested in the advancement and application of knowledge in the geoenvironmental sciences and engineering to sustainable development of all regions of the world. More... IJIESISEG Board of Directors is proud to announce the first peer-reviewed Journal to be published by the society. The International Journal of Infrastructure and Environmental Sustainability will support ISEG's mission of promoting scientific cooperation among countries, organizations and individuals on geoenvironmental issues and their significance to global sustainability. More publications... ISEG 2012 The upcoming XII International Symposium on Environmental Geotechnology and Global Sustainable Development will be hosted at the California State University Los Angeles, CA, USA, June 27-29, 2012. The innovative symposium format will facilitate participant discussion, networking and collaboration as we work on "Unveiling the Pathways to Global Sustainability". Click here to see the details. Ronald Chaney
Emeritus Professor
Environmental Resources Engineering
Humboldt State University
Arcata, California, United States of America

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