- The history of China as told through phosphorus
- They also investigated the eutrophication potential caused by human-induced phosphorus losses in mainland China by region. Their models analyzed the dynamic changes of the Chinese phosphorus cycle from 1600 to 2012 using several data parameters, ...
- Could Circular Economy save the Baltic Sea?
- Even though all this will surely not be enough, I am quite hopeful that it might bring us some promising results, both in decreasing eutrophication as well as in restoring trust between environmentalists and agriculture defenders.
- Dead fish galore
- A man pulls a large dead fish from the water of Ulsoor Lake in Bangalore, India. Thousands of dead fish float at the lake's surface, a disaster blamed on severe water pollution.
- The benefits of protecting the Baltic Sea vary by country
- Reducing the eutrophication of the Baltic Sea could bring annual economic benefits of up to EUR 3.6 billion, which is more than the costs arising from reducing nutrient loading. However, the benefits vary significantly from country to country.
- How China's 13th Five-Year Plan Addresses Energy and the Environment
- This assessment, released in 2014, was based on China's first nationwide pollution census, launched in 2007, which took more than two years, 570,000 people, and 6 million sources to complete and led to the focus on eutrophication and other key policy ...
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