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    Description / Table of Contents: Plastik ist in fast allen unserer Lebensbereiche allgegenwärtig, da es unseren Alltag erleichtert. Gleichzeitig ist uns bewusst, dass wir damit eine Flut an Plastikmüll erzeugen, der in großem Maß auch in die Umwelt und die Meere gelangt. Wie kann es uns gelingen, einen verantwortungsvollen und reflektierten Umgang mit Plastik zu fördern und damit einen Beitrag zur Bildung für eine nachhaltige Entwicklung zu leisten? Ein Planspiel will darauf eine Antwort geben: Die fiktive Stadt Siebenstadt steht vor der Frage, wie auf regionaler Ebene ein verantwortungsvoller Umgang mit Plastik gelingen kann. Dazu wird ein Untersuchungsausschuss einberufen, der über den zukünftigen Umgang der Stadt mit Plastik entscheiden soll. Die Ausschussmitglieder vertreten unterschiedliche Interessen und sind eingeladen, durch Experimente, Recherchen und Diskussionen fachliche Grundlagen und ethische Argumentationen rund um das Thema Plastik aufzubauen, die im Zusammentreffen des Ausschusses vorgetragen und abgewogen werden. Das Planspiel richtet sich an Lehrkräfte, Umweltbildner und alle Interessierte, deren Ziel es ist, zentrale naturwissenschaftliche Kompetenzen wie das Experimentieren und Argumentieren anwendungsorientiert zu fördern, um darüber die Partizipation an gesellschaftlichen Debatten rund um das Thema Plastik zu ermöglichen.
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 122 Seiten , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 978-3-8340-2137-3
    Language: English
    Branch Library: GFZ Library
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    Cham : Springer International Publishing
    Description / Table of Contents: Foreword -- Preface -- Introduction -- 1. No Poverty -- 2. Zero Hunger -- 3. Good Health and Wellbeing -- 4. Quality Education -- 5. Gender Equality -- 6. Clean Water and Sanitation -- 7. Affordable and Clean Energy -- 8. Decent Work and Economic Growth -- 9. Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure -- 10. Reduced Inequalities -- 11. Sustainable Cities and Communities -- 12. Responsible Consumption and Production Patterns -- 13. Climate Action -- 14. Life Below Water -- 15. Life on Land -- 16. Peace, Justice and Strong institutions -- 17. Partnerships for the Goals -- 18. Conclusions. .
    Description / Table of Contents: Meeting the targets of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) requires contributions by scientists focusing on understanding, monitoring, protecting, managing and restoring the natural environment, including geoscientists. This book presents the first detailed discussion on the role of the geological sciences (geosciences) community in the implementation of the SDGs. Unlike traditional geosciences textbooks, it is structured according to development priorities, framed in the context of the 17 SDGs. Written by international experts from diverse range of geosciences / development disciplines, it explores themes linked to both science and the professional practice of science (e.g., ethics, equity, conduct, and partnerships). The book is intended for graduate and senior undergraduate students in the earth sciences, as well as practicing geologists and experts from other sectors involved in sustainability initiatives.
    Pages: 474 Seiten , Illustrationen
    Edition: 1st ed. 2021.
    ISBN: 9783030388140
    Series Statement: Sustainable Development Goals Series
    Language: English
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    Cambridge : International Glaciological Society
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    ISBN: 9780946417988
    Language: English
    Branch Library: PIK Library
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    Keywords: Rheologie ; Viskosimetrie
    Pages: 528 Seiten , Illustrationen, Diagramme , 26 cm x 16.5 cm
    Edition: 5th revised edition
    ISBN: 9783866305328 , 386630532X
    Series Statement: European coatings library
    Uniform Title: Das Rheologie-Handbuch
    Language: English
    Branch Library: GFZ Library
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    Monograph available for loan
    Toronto : University of Toronto Press
    Call number: AWI G3-21-94408
    Description / Table of Contents: In the Anthropocene, the thawing of frozen earth due to global warming has drawn worldwide attention to permafrost. Contemporary scientists define permafrost as ground that maintains a negative temperature for at least two years. But where did this particular conception of permafrost originate, and what alternatives existed? The Life of Permafrost provides an intellectual history of permafrost, placing the phenomenon squarely in the political, social, and material context of Russian and Soviet science. Pey-Yi Chu shows that understandings of frozen earth were shaped by two key experiences in the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union. On one hand, the colonization and industrialization of Siberia nourished an engineering perspective on frozen earth that viewed the phenomenon as an aggregate physical structure: ground. On the other, a Russian and Soviet tradition of systems thinking encouraged approaching frozen earth as a process, condition, and space tied to planetary exchanges of energy and matter. Aided by the US militarization of the Arctic during the Cold War, the engineering view of frozen earth as an obstacle to construction became dominant. The Life of Permafrost tells the fascinating story of how permafrost came to acquire life as Russian and Soviet scientists studied, named, and defined it.
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: viii, 288 Seiten , Illustrationen, Diagramme, Karten
    ISBN: 978-1-4875-0193-8
    Language: English
    Note: CONTENTS Introduction: Historicizing Permafrost Permafrost as a historical object Permafrost in Russian and Soviet history Politics, science, and the environment The life cycle of permafrost Choosing words carefully 1 Mapping The cold of eastern Siberia Birth of a scientific object From Boden-Eis to Eisboden Conclusion 2 Building Colonization and construction Building on frozen earth The soil science of roads The ambiguity of merzlota Conclusion 3 Defining Merzlota as aggregate structure Merzlota as process Personal and institutional politics Vechnaia merzlota in Bolshevik culture Conclusion 4 Adapting From commission to institute Rhetoric of transforming nature Adapting to frozen earth Survival of the systems approach Conclusion 5 Translating Birth of permafrost Criticism and self-criticism From merzlotovedenie to geocryology The dialectic persists Conclusion Epilogue: Resurrecting Acknowledgments Glossary Notes Bibliography Index
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    Branch Library: AWI Library
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