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    Recycling

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    debate between economic development and protection of the environment. The new wisdom is that we want economic progress, but we also want to live in harmony with nature. To be sure, Governments have to make hard choices and there are trade-offs between the two objectives. But since the Earth Summit, it is no longer possible to talk about development without considering its impact on the environment or to talk about protecting the environment without considering its impact on sustainable development

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    Position Statement

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    Position statement On behalf of the Chairman of the Green Leaf Foundation, Thailand which has closely collaborated with 6 major organizations as follows: 1. Tourism Authority of Thailand 2. Thai Hotels Association 3. United Nations Environment Program 4. Demand Side Management Office of Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand 5. Association for the Development of Environmental Quality, and 6. Metropolitan Water works Authority Due to the past experience of environmental crisis, the government

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    America Needs Environmental Equity

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    Introduction "...We live in a breakable takeable world, an ever available possible worldÖ" These words, by poet and singer-songwriter Ani Difranco, articulate the relationship between the environment and its inhabitants. Society is constantly manipulating the environment. Our capacity for changing the environment is kept in check by the destructible aspect of nature. The changes we make, those advancements in technology, are limited. While the industrial revolution, per say, is over, industry is ever

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    Macro Environment Essay

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    Macro environment consists of external factors that affect a business and that are uncontrollable and influence business-making decisions. The macro environment consists of different factors that pose opportunities and threats to the company. There are six factors that macro environment consists of; demographic environment, economic environment, natural forces, technological forces, political forces and social & cultural forces. It’s crucial to identify, understand and analyze the factors so that

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    The IPB Process

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    (U) Subject: Discuss the Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield (IPB) Process, steps one through four. (U) Background: Over the course of United States history the Army has made changes to how it engages its foreign enemies. These tactics techniques and procedures are the result of lessons learned during conflict, mistakes made under fire, and the results of a nation at war. As a result the IPB process has changed to accommodate a dynamic and often fluid battlefield. However this has not

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    an essential function for executives when managing a business, but that leaders use their experiences to make effective decisions. The executive leader’s role in the organization has the highest impact on organizational performance. The business environment is in a constant state of change and is ever evolving (O’Keefe & Wright, 2010). Today, leaders are required to make business decisions under difficult conditions, such as limited time, uncertainty, high stakes, vague goals, and unstable conditions

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    multiple altitudes and meanings. One may consider it as building expression, others focus more on cultural and ethical perspectives, and others treats it as city planning policy and management. Compare to its present definition, in 1987 the UN Environment Commission, chaired by Gro Harlem Brundtland, defined sustainable development as: '… development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs'. Now known as 'the Brundtland definition'

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    Environment and Race

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    C.: Resources for the Future. Have, S. (1976). Environment and Equity: A Survey of Metropolitan Issues. Washington, D. C.: The Potomac Institute, Inc. Hersh, R. (1995). Race and Industrial Hazards: An Historical Geography of the Pittsburgh Region, 1900-1990. Washington, D. C.: Resources for the Future. Hurley, A. (1995). Environmental Inequalities. North Carolina: The University of North Carolina Press. Mandelker, D. (1981). Environment and Equity: A Regulatory Challenge. St. Louis: McGraw-Hill

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    Solutions to the Problem of Electronic Waste

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    in socio-political and spiritual spheres of social life. However, this progress has brought with itself devastating disasters like electronics waste which cause serious health and environment pollution problems. E-waste- is a type of waste that contains obsolete or non-working electronic and electrical devices. Electronic waste can have a high level of danger because of contaminants like mercury, beryllium, cadmium, lead and brominated flame retardants discharging of which into environment may lead

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    environmental justice has quickly turned into a full on movement, apposed and approved by many, but important to all. Environmental justice, despite its name, is not solely based on the environment, but its politics. Environmental injustice, or the disruption of the environment and its inhabitants, is the base for the political aspects because large companies dump harsh chemicals and pollutants in areas inhabited by people of minority or areas known to house the poor. Some dispute the notion to create environmental

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