Essays about: "needs for ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION"

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  1. 1. Creating Customer Value in a Circular Economy

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Miljövetenskaplig utbildning

    Author : Isak Albihn; [2017]
    Keywords : Customer value; Value proposition canvas; Fit; Service oriented circular business model; Circular economy; Earth and Environmental Sciences;

    Abstract : Resource related challenges are becoming increasingly severe. The shift towards a circular economy is viewed as one prominent way to overcome the challenges. A shift towards a circular economy would partly require new business models, commonly referred to as circular business models. READ MORE

  2. 2. Utemiljö som vårdmiljö : hur utemiljön vid vård- och omsorgsboenden för personer med demenssjukdom kan bli en tillgång för att främja fysisk aktivitet och fallprevention

    University essay from SLU/Department of Work Science, Business Economics, and Environmental Psychology

    Author : Madeleine Liljegren; [2017]
    Keywords : demenssjukdom; demensvänlig utemiljö; evidensbaserad hälsodesign; fallprevention; fysisk aktivitet; processgenomförande; processutveckling; processutvärdering och vårdmiljö;

    Abstract : Denna kvalitativa studie utvecklar, genomför och utvärderar en process för hur en fallpreventiv utemiljö kan bli en tillgång i den befintliga vårdmiljön för att främja fysisk aktivitet, vid vård- och omsorgsboenden för personer med demenssjukdom. Utgångspunkten är dels att många personer boendes på Vellinge kommuns vård- och omsorgsboenden råkar ut för fallolyckor och dels att fysisk aktivitet som fallprevention inte genomförs som åtgärd i någon större omfattning. READ MORE

  3. 3. Intercultural obstacles and resistance in decision-making processes about water and sanitation solutions : experiences of NGOs dealing with sanitation solutions

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Urban and Rural Development

    Author : Sophie Müller; [2016]
    Keywords : water and sanitation; environmental communication; deliberative democracy; intercultural communication; solutions; change;

    Abstract : Since clean water and sanitation is one of the UN Sustainable Development Goals 2030 and the water and sanitation crisis still needs improvement and more attention, this thesis will deal with non-governmental organizations (NGOs) providing different solutions for improvement of the crisis, especially in the developing countries. The aim with this research is to investigate what obstacles and resistance the organizations face when they interact with the citizens, how the decisions of agreeing on a solution are made and what participatory methods are used in those countries where the NGOs are providing their alternatives. READ MORE

  4. 4. Retirement pension : a comparison between Swedish farmer and non-farmer business owners

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Economics

    Author : Therese Rödin; Josefin Samuelson; [2016]
    Keywords : asset specificity; behavior; business owners; decision-making; farmers; retirement;

    Abstract : The Swedish retirement system is hard to understand. The decisions about retirement must be applied on an individual basis. Business owners are not protected in the same way as employees. Employees usually get national retirement and occupational pension automatically from their employer. READ MORE

  5. 5. What are trees for : an ethnographic study of local firewood practices in Uganda in the context of deforestation and climate change discourses

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Urban and Rural Development

    Author : Filippa Giertta; [2016]
    Keywords : firewood; deforestation; climate change; carbon forestry; CDM; Kachung;

    Abstract : Interventions and schemes are being introduced all over the world to stop deforestation and reduce climate change. These interventions, on all levels of scale, follow a dominant global discourse based on a human-environment dichotomy and neo-Malthusian logic, and are driven by narratives of degradation by the local population and linear environmental change. READ MORE