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Deep Ecology

Deep Ecology, In 1973, Norwegian philosopher and mountaineer Arne Næss introduced the phrase deep ecology to environmental literature.


Ecofeminist environmentalists argue that the domination of women by men reflects and reinforces the power over the environment by society and that the two are understood to be linked.


Ecohydrology is an almost new part of science (1990`s) the name that comes from the three words eco, hydro and logy, all derived from Greek, oikos (eco) means house, hudôr (hydro) means water and logos (logy) means science.

Environmental engineering

Environmental engineering is a term that describes and refers to a derivative of civil engineering concerned with the development of processes and infrastructure for the supply of water, the disposal of waste and the control of pollution of all kind,


Geocomplexity is a term used to describe a category of global issues in which social, political, military, and economic activities interact as a complex system and in which the dynamic nature of the problems make top-down, command-and-control, and reductionist management methods ineffective.


Habitat is the environment in which natural or human species live. And the defined area in the where organism exists, such as water lilies can only be found in aqueous conditions or reindeer on tundra and mountains

Industrial ecology

Industrial ecology is a field of study that handles within the sustainability framework. The essence of industrial ecology described as a system not in isolation from its surrounding systems, but the plan with them.