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Utilise the Kérastase Soleil Treatment and Sublime Duo to help keep hair safe from the drying effects of the sun, chlorine and salt water. The two leave-in treatments work in synergy to leave locks feeling nourished and enhanced. The Set Contains: Soleil Crème UV Sublime (150ml) A leave-in moisturising cream that helps to nourish hair while protecting against the drying effects of the sun, chlorine and salt water. Enriched with antioxidant Vitamin E, the multi-protection beautifying cream has an ultra-lightweight and non-greasy texture, allowing for multiple applications on dry or wet hair. Helping to prevent dryness and tame frizz for up to 24 hours, the leave-in treatment nourishes and nurtures to promote a silky, smooth and glossy finish. Infused with a summer-inspired fragrance powered by Jasmine and notes of Solar Tuberose. Soleil Huile Sirene Treatment (150ml) A leave-in bi-phase oil mist that helps to soften and nourish hair while protecting against the drying effects of the sun, chlorine and salt water. Enriched with Babassu Oil, the radiant spray instantly softens the feel of hair while defining and enhancing natural curls to create touchable texture without the 'crunch'. Specially formulated for sun-exposed locks, the hair mist will leave tresses looking luminous and beautifully radiant. Infused with a summer-inspired fragrance powered by Jasmine and notes of Solar Tuberose.
Laurent Gizon·Paul Cally·John Leibacher Originally published in the journal Solar Physics, Volume 251, Nos 1 2, 1 2. DOI: 10. 1007/s11207-008-9248-y © The Author(s) 2008 The seismology of the Sun and stars has come a long way in a short time. The original Global Helioseismology has reached a level of maturity that allows many internal prop- ties of the Sun to be probed with exquisite precision, although it currently faces a severe challenge to reconcile interior models with helioseismic inversions near the base of the c- vection zone in the age of the new solar chemical abundances. Asteroseismology suffers in comparisonbybeingrestrictedtoverylowsphericalharmonicdegree( ),butitmakesupfor this by providing many more subjects for study (including solar-like stars) and many cases of well-identi ed g modes. Where once we were restricted to stellar spectra in studying in- vidual stars, asteroseismology now provides a crucial tool with which we may explore their deep structure. Its natural synergy with planet-search programs also invigorates it. Local Helioseismology has seen the development of an exciting array of techniques and insights over the two decades since observations of surface oscillations in and around active regions gave the rst clues that something different was happening there, and it has been parti- larly important in mapping ows of various types in shallow subsurface layers.
Building integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) produce electricity from sunlight and enable the use of synergy effects by substituting the ordinary envelope of a building. Nevertheless, this technology and solar cells in general cannot yet be operated economically without financial support except in remote areas without grid connectivity. In Germany generous subsidies have supported the spread of photovoltaics (PV) since the 1990s and obviously let to a fast growing market. In contrast, in France no comparable incentives were put in place and therefore PV are less prevalent. However, a special policy to foster the diffusion of BIPV products was introduced in 2006. This study aims at understanding and explaining the evolution of building integrated photovoltaics within Germany and France. The performance of the technological innovation systems (TIS) of solar cells and the evolution of BIPV are analysed. In addition, a cross-country comparison of Germany and France is used to provide recommendations to policy makers. Furthermore, this study aims at contributing to the theory on innovation system analysis by identifying weaknesses in the TIS framework, and proposing improvements.
Discusses recent advances and new problems in the exploration of the Sun's interior structure, solar dynamics and dynamo, mechanisms of sunspot and active regions formation, sources of solar irradiance variations and links between the subsurface dynamics, flaring and CME activity. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) mission has provided a large amount of new data on solar dynamics and magnetic activities during the rising phase of the current and highly unusual solar cycle. These data are complemented by the continuing SOHO mission and by ground-based observatories that include the GONG helioseismology network and the New Solar Telescope. Also, the observations are supported by realistic numerical simulations on supercomputers. This unprecedented amount of data provides a unique opportunity for multi-instrument investigations that address fundamental problems of the origin of solar magnetic activity at various spatial and temporal scales. This book demonstrates that the synergy of high-resolution multi-wavelength observations and simulations is a key to uncovering the long-standing puzzles of solar magnetism and dynamics. This volume is aimed at researchers and graduate students active in solar physics and space science. Originally published in Solar Physics journal, Vol. 287/1-2, 2013.
This book presents the new EU approach to environmental management and its attempt to place it in the perspective of sustainable development. China and other large and fast growing economies are putting increasing pressures on global environment, but they are also looking at the European experience with great interest. To present critically this experience can help those countries avoid the mistakes made by developed countries in dealing with the relation between economic growth and environmental protection, and to improve the institutions and tools for better environmental governance. The variety of issues covered and the wide approach used in this book make it a useful tool for readers who want to place themselves in this perspective, although starting from different backgrounds and levels of knowledge on environmental and sustainability sciences. TOC:Preface. Acknowledgements. Introduction: The European Way to Sustainable Development: C. Clini. Part I. Sustainable Development Policies. 1. Integrated Environmental Policy in the European Union: I. Musu. 2. The Role of Legal Principles for Environmental Management: M. Montini. 3. Valuation of Sustainable Development Policies: Social Multi-criteria Evaluation: G. Munda. Part II. Water Management. II.1. Water Resource Management and Policy. 4. The Groundwater Challenge: G.M. Zuppi. 5. Water Services and Water Policy in Italy: G. Muraro. II.2. Water Quality Control. 6. Water Quality Control: A. Barbanti. 7. New Approaches to Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plants in Italy: F. Cecchi et al. 8. Integrated Policy Approach to Water Supply Management in Venice: P. Gardin, A. Marchini. Part III. Air Quality Control. 9. Monitoring Air Quality in Urban Areas: I. Allegrini, F. Costabile. 10. Sustainable Mobility: Mitigation of Traffic Originated Pollution: M. Mazzon. Part IV. Waste Management. 11. Integrated Waste Management. Technologies and Environmental Control: L. Morselli et al. 12. Economic Analysis of Waste Management Systems in Europe: A. Massarutto. 13. Hospital Waste Management: I. Pavan et al. Part V. Energy Efficiency and Renewables. V.1. Renewable Resources. 14. Solar Energy: R. Barile. 15. Geothermal Energy: R. Bertani. 16. Renewable Energy from Biomass: Solid Biofuels and Bioenergy Technologies: M. Chiadò Rana, R. Roberto. 17. Wind Energy: L. Pirazzi. 18. Power Electronics in Distributed Power: F. Profumo, J.H.R. Enslin. V.2. Eco-Building. 19. Energy Optimization of a Building-plant System: L. Schibuola. 20. The Sino-Italian Environment & Energy Building (SIEEB): A Model for a New Generation of Sustainable Buildings: F. Butera. V.3. Energy Policy. 21. New Policy Schemes to Promote End-use Energy Efficiency in the European Union: Theory and Practice: M. Pavan. 22. Subsidies and Market Mechanisms in Energy Policy: G. Pireddu. 23. CDM Policy to Foster Sustainable Development?: B. Buchner. Part VI. Sustainable Industrial Development. 24. Industrial Ecology in a Developing Context: M. Chertow. 25. Strategic Environmental Assessment: Integration and Synergy with the EMAS Management Systems on the Territory: G. Chiellino. Part VII. Sustainable Urban Development. 26. General Aspects of Sustainable Urban Development (SUD): A. Costa. 27. A New Perspective for the Future Environmental Protection and Sustainability in Urban Planning: M. Savino. 28. Brownfield Remediation and Reuse: an Opportunity for Urban Sustainable Development: M. Turvani, S. Tonin. Part VIII. Agriculture and Resource Management. 29. Ecological Agriculture: Human and Social Context: F. Caporali. 30. Sustainable Agriculture in the Frame of Sustainable Development: Cooperation between China and Italy: M.L. Gullino, A. Camponogara. 31. Economics and Policy of Biodiversity Loss: S. Dalmazzone. 32. Forestry and Rural Development: Global Trends and Applications to the Sino-Italian Context: G. Scarascia Mugnozza, M.E. Malvolti. Index.
In Space Enterprise - Living and Working Offworld, Dr Philip Harris provides the vision and rationale as to why humanity is leaving its cradle, Earth, to use space resources, as well as pursuing lunar industrialization and establishing offworld settlements. As a management/space psychologist, Dr. Harris presents a behavioral science perspective on space exploration and enterprise. In this his 45th book, Phil has completely revised and updated the two previous editions of this classic, placing new emphasis on the need for more synergy and participation by the private sector. He not only provides a critical review of what is happening in the global space community, but offers specific strategies for lunar economic development. The author analyzes the human factors in contemporary and future space developments, especially relative to the deployment of people aloft. This user-friendly volume offers numerous photographs, diagrams, exhibits, and case studies. TOC:Dedication In Memory of the Shuttle Crews, Challenge and Columbia.- Acknowledgements.- List of Exhibits.- Foreward.- Prologue.- Toward Global Space Vision, Ethos, and Enterprise.- Human Space Exploration and Settlement.- Space Habitability and the Environment.- Cultural Implications of Space Enterprise.- High Performing Spacefarers.- Orbital Pesonnel Deployment and Tourism.- Macrothinking in Strategic Space Planning.- Macromangement of Space Enterprise.- Challenges in Offworld Private Enterprise.- Lunar Enterprise and Development.- Epilogue.- Appendices.- About the Case Study Contributors.- Governance Issues in Space Societies.- Space-based Energy - Lunar Solar Power.- Space Tourism Enterprise.- Learning from Space Entrepreneurs.- Health Services Aloft - Space Nurses.- Resources.- References and Websites.- Index.- About the Author.