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Author: Committee on Sedimentation Control to Reduce Maint
Publisher: National Academies
Keywords: estuaries, report, symposium, proceedings, facilities, navigational, control, reduce, maintenance, dredging, sedimentation
Number of Pages: 356
Published: 1987-01-01
eBookDB-ID: NAP:15050
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Author: Jill Ferguson
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: potential, evaluation, report, limited, programs, greenhouse, gas, reduction, voluntary
Number of Pages: 40
Published: 2009-02
ISBN-10: 1437908063
ISBN-13: 9781437908060

This review evaluates the extent to which the EPA¿s Greenhouse Gas (GHG) voluntary programs can significantly reduce future GHG emissions, and whether their data is complete and reliable. The set of voluntary GHG programs reviewed use outreach efforts to recruit program partners and reduce GHG emissions. The greatest barriers to participation were the perceived emission reduction costs and reporting requirements. It is unlikely that these voluntary programs can reduce more than 19% of the projected 2010 GHG emissions for their industry sectors. If EPA wishes to reduce GHG emissions beyond thi
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Author: DIANE Publishing Company
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: justice, action, plan, juvenile, national, violence, delinquency, combating
Number of Pages: 221
Published: 1996-03
ISBN-10: 0788130870
ISBN-13: 9780788130878

An 8-point statement of objectives & strategies designed to strengthen State & local initiatives to reduce juvenile violence & to increase the capacity of the juvenile justice system to respond to, & prevent, delinquency. Presents innovative & effective strategies designed to reduce violence & victimization, describes how communities can generate solutions & how individuals & groups can prevent or reduce violence in their neighborhoods. Provides important information about Federal training, technical assistance, grants, research, evaluation, & other resources that support these efforts. Extens
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Author: Carol R. Schuster
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: personnel, reduce, fiscal, year, goal, navy, enable, structure, streamlining, plans, could, force
Number of Pages: 66
Published: 1997-06
ISBN-10: 0788138707
ISBN-13: 9780788138706

Since the end of the Cold War , the U.S. Navy has reduced its active military forces by about 28% & has plans to further reduce its personnel to help modernize a smaller but more capable force. In 1996, pay & allowances for active duty Navy personnel was $17 billion, or about 25% of the Navy's obligational authority. This report examines the size & composition of Navy active duty forces between Ô89 & Ô99, the navy's plan to achieve its FY 1099 active duty force goal & initiatives that could further reduce forces beyond the planned FY 1999 level, & the Navy's processes for determining active
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Author: DIANE Publishing Company
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: reduce, emissions, cost, opportunity, offers, pollution, allowance, trading, air
Number of Pages: 93
Published: 1995-04
ISBN-10: 0788116894
ISBN-13: 9780788116896

Determines the extent to which trading is expected to reduce SO2 emissions & compliance costs, & the status of the allowance trading market; impediments to increased trading of allowances; & the implications for designing a similar approach to curb CO2 emissions. 18 charts & tables
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Author: Office Of Technology Assessment Washington Dc
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: losses, earthquake, reducing
Number of Pages: 172
Published: 1995
ISBN-10: 1428920374
ISBN-13: 9781428920378

Earthquakes have caused massive death and destruction, and potentially damaging earthquakes are certain to occur in the future. Although earthquakes are uncontrollable, the losses they cause can be reduced by building structures that resist earthquake damage, matching land use to risk, developing emergency response plans, and other means. Since 1977, the federal government has had a research oriented program to reduce earthquake losses the National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program (NEHRP). This program has made significant contributions toward improving our understanding of earthquakes and
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Author: Gerald L. Dillingham
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: health, impact, climate, congressional, testimony, emissions, reducing, nextgen, environment, research, development, keys, aviation
Number of Pages: 41
Published: 2008-10-01
ISBN-10: 1437905757
ISBN-13: 9781437905755

Collaboration between the fed. govżt. and the aviation industry has led to reductions in aviation emissions (AE), but growing air traffic has partially offset these reductions. Various fed. agencies are working to increase the efficiency, safety, and capacity of the nat. airspace system and at the same time reduce AE, in part, by transforming the current air traffic control system to the Next Generation Air Transp. System (NextGen). This effort involves new technologies and air traffic procedures that can reduce AE and incorporates R&D on emissions-reduction technologies. This testimony addre
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