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Female Students Sustainable Clothing Design via Agricultural Waste and Fabric Scraps (Case Study: Art Faculty of Semnan University)

Masoumeh Jorjany; Somayeh Baseri; Farideh Afarin

Volume 21, Issue 1 , April 2023, , Pages 164-139


  The world bank estimates that almost 20% of industrial water pollution is caused by textile industry. Chemical dyes have used in dyeing industries once they have good fastness properties, are resistance, and show wide range of color shades. Considering the environmental concerns, these colorants have ...  Read More

The Effect of Women’s Presence on the Board of Directors on the Environmental Performance of Companies Listed on the Tehran Stock Exchange

Javad masomi; Mohsen Azinjam

Volume 20, Issue 4 , December 2022, , Pages 609-631


  Background: Environmental performance not only strengthens social legitimacy, but it also leads to a positive, competitive context, since it increases the productivity, and stimulates innovation in environmental performance it is highly important to adopt effective strategies to reduce the environmental ...  Read More

The Impact of Gender Gaps on the Environmental Performance in Selected Countries

habib Allah Sadeghi; Ali Azizi; Rasoul Sadeghi

Volume 20, Issue 3 , September 2022, , Pages 389-413


  Gender is recognized as an important factor in protecting the environment. Nevertheless, gender mainstreaming is still considered a secondary option and waste of funds. This study evaluates the impact of the gender gap on the environmental performance of selected countries in the world using the World ...  Read More

A qualitative study about water consumption in women views, Isfahan

Masoud Hadjizadeh Meimandi; Hossein Afrsiabi; Maryam Baharluoei

Volume 16, Issue 2 , July 2018, , Pages 271-293


  The approach and attitude to water is effective in water treatment. Women are one of the most important agents of water consumption at the household level. In a situation where dehydration has become one of the super-challenges, it is important to know the views of women about this situation. The purpose ...  Read More

The factors affecting women′s environmentalism in Iran

Amir Maleki; Parvin Alipoor

Volume 12, Issue 4 , January 2015, , Pages 577-592


  Environmental crisis is one of the most important global problems. Dealing with this crisis as a collective effort requires formation of environmentalism attitudes among people. What is considerable in this field is to identify the factors affecting people’s attitudes towards environmentalism especially ...  Read More