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growing fish or other aquatic animals and plants together in one integrated system. The fish wastes provide nutrients for the plants and the plants filter the water. Additionally bacteria break down b…
specific to living in a city.
enclose and protect items for the purpose of distributing and/or selling them. See also [paper], [plastic]
Cooling a space for human comfort, cooling food so it doesn't go bad soon (refrigerator) or cooling electrical devices to prevent overheating (computer servers). See also [air-conditioning]
raising the temperature of water. For questions about space-heating use the [heating] tag.
The use of sunlight to generate heat, usually in water. Heated water can be used directly or it can drive a turbine to generate electricity. For questions on generating electricity using semiconductor…
Chemical toxicants include *inorganic substances* such as lead, mercury, hydrofluoric acid, and chlorine gas, and *organic compounds* such as methyl alcohol, most medications, and poisons for living t…
the process of building something For questions specifically about the used materials use the [building-materials] tag.
The management and care of farm animals (livestock) by humans for profit, in which genetic qualities and behaviour, considered to be advantageous to humans, are further developed.
the study and practice of reducing IT's environmental impact as well as using IT as a tool for improving sustainability in other areas (usually in the context of a business).
the process of reducing or removing carbon dioxide (from energy sources)
The application of physics to the built environment, particularly with regard to the movement of heat, air, moisture, pollutants and light through buildings.
device with wheels used for transporting people and/or goods. For questions specifically about [cars] or about [transport] in general, use those tags.