Geo-health policy is a vital part of the sustainable development, but unmanaged releases of anthropogenic waste emissions can affect the health of humans, ecosystems, water, soil , air on Earth. In this book are presented, new innovative developments to new insights into the relationship between geohealth policy, sustainable designs and the geoinformation. A successful geohealth policy presents importance for the public health protection. The main aim of this book is to present an efficient structure between geo-health policy, sustainability, effective designs, geoinformation tools and drawings. Useful conclusions are made for decision makers, engineers, managers, planners and stakeholders.
Dr. Tilemachos K. Koliopoulos completed his PhD in numerical modeling evaluating optimum sustainable designs and geoinformation ICT's for risk assessment and decision making at Strathclyde University in the U.K. He has been collaborator at University of West Attica in Greece. He has worked at several research and development funded projects.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Health policy, geoinformation, sustainable designs, drawings, Public Health, landfill emissions, sanitary civil designs
SCIENCE / Earth Sciences