Search Results

1 - 4 of 4 items :

  • perceived stress x
  • Life Sciences x
Clear All
Carbon Leakage in the context of increasing the EU greenhouse gas emission reduction targets – the ways the EU and global emission behave and what influences its scale

identify the main channels driving the carbon leakage. As we still observe fragmented global market, with different, or no carbon price in some regions, there still will be increased stress in regards to carbon leakage, especially on its socio-economical aspects. In this respect, it is worth emphasizing that in this analysis, we focus mainly on emission aspects. Socio-economic changes are equally important in accordance with the principles of sustainable development, and often even greater in the context of political decision-making processes. Moreover, it must be kept

Open access
A candle in the wind: An assessment of sanitation behavior among students of tertiary educational institutions in southwest Nigeria

Applied Sciences in Environmental Sanitation, 7 (1): 29-33. Daramola O.P. 2015. Environmental Sanitation Practices in Residential Areas of Ibadan Metropolis. Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria, A Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for the Award of Doctor of Philosophy Degree. Daramola O.P., Odunsi O.M. 2016. Determinants of Students Perceived Manmade Environmental Hazards and Risks in Tertiary Educational Institutions. Global Journal of Environmental Science and

Open access
Men’s Perception of Raped Women: Test of the Sexually Transmitted Disease Hypothesis and the Cuckoldry Hypothesis

References Abel, G. & Brunton, C. (2005) Young people’s use of condoms and their perceived vulnerability to sexually transmitted infections. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 29, 254-260. Amacker, A. M. & Littleton, H. L. (2013) Perceptions of similarity and responsibility attributions to an acquaintance sexual assault victim. Violence Against Women 19, 1384-1407. Anderson, K. G. (2006) How well does paternity confidence match actual paternity? Current Anthropology, 47, 513-520. Anderson, K. B., Cooper, H., & Okamura, L

Open access
Methods for growth regulation of greenhouse produced ornamental pot- and bedding plants – a current review

stress on growth and physiological responses. Sci. Hortic. 122: 579-585. Autio J., Voipio I., Koivunen T., 1994. Responses of aster, dusty miller, and petunia seedlings to daily exposure to mechanical stress. HortScience 29: 1449-1452. Baas R., Brandts A., Straver N., 1993. Growth regulation of bedding plants and poinsettia using low phosphorus fertilization and ebb-and flow irrigation. Acta Hort. 378: 129-138. Bañón S., González A., Cano E.A., Franco J.A., Fernández J.A., 2002. Growth, development and colour response of

Open access