• Indian Agriculture
    the production of milk, pulses, jute and jute-like fibres; second in rice, wheat, sugarcane, groundnut, vegetables, fruits and cotton production; and is a leading producer of spices and plantation crops as well as livestock, fisheries and poultry. In the past few years, Indian agriculture has done...
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  • Global Warming
    dioxide) but the range around this mean is large. For example, in a survey of 100 estimates, the values ran from US$-10 per tonne of carbon (US$-3 per tonne of carbon dioxide) up to US$350/tC (US$95 per tonne of carbon dioxide.) World Bank report states that climate change could affect growth which could...
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  • The Kyoto Protocol: a Canadian Perspective
    the past few years. The organic beef industry does not produce product for export however, and the domestic sales include Canadian consumers, foodservice and processors (44444444444). Domestic organic grain products are available in a processed or unprocessed form, including anything from wheat, to...
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  • Sustainability for a Changing Earth Course Notes
    . economic sector has the greatest amount of withdrawal? Consumption? Although industry accounts for all of water withdrawn in the US, agriculture accounts for 3/4s of the water consumed -What are the major trends in water use, by sector, over the past 50 y? All have shown major increases...
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  • Brazil
    the GDP has turned. The table below represents that change. Table 1 GDP for Brazil (a) and the United States (b) in year 2000 US dollars (billions) (Index Mundi, 2010) (a) (b) This is better depicted in the chart below to show the comparisons; this shows the United States has had a...
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  • Democracy in Pakistan
    . | | | | | |Thirdly, the global sea level has risen by about 20cm over the past 100 years. Initially,| | |it was believed that the rise in sea level had occurred due to temperature increase as...
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  • Fritz Haber
    Over the past 100 years, science has been captured an important position in our daily life. To us, science isn’t only taking an important role on medical, technology and investigating, but also to protect us in wartime by inventing new ordnance. Scientists are usually recognized by inventing...
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  • organic food
    and Oceania. Due to the great global market demand, production of organic foods is increasing rapidly in past decades. According to Hanuman (2003) of Organic Trade Association (OTA), US retail sales of organic foods and beverages, which have grown approximately 20-24 % per year for the past 12 years...
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  • The Trend Towards Fewer and Larger Farms as Economic Growth Occurs
    only contribute to small parts of the farms in the US. The expanding sector of agriculture numbered 271,000 farms in the 1980's. This number increased to 326,000 farms by 1991. The off of the farm income of this sector is only $20,847 per farm. The total income per farm averaged $180,276 per year...
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  • Global Warming
    storms during the recent past; Hurricanes Katrina in the US in 2005 and 2010 Super flood in Pakistan. Thirdly, the global sea level has risen by about 20cm over the past 100 years. Initially, it was believed that the rise in sea level had occurred due to temperature increase as water expands...
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  • Business Finance
    , 2004-2009 (% change) Figure 7: Total trade values, Jan 2007-Oct 2008 (year-on-year % change) Figure 8: Export share of garments vis-à-vis other exports, 2004-2009 (%) Figure 9: Garment exports by destination country, 2004-2008 (US$m) Figure 10: Garment exports, Jan 2006-Jan 2009 (US$m) Figure 11...
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  • Global Food Price Rise over the Years
    levels of the past 900 800 700 US$/tonne 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 Wheat 1998-2007 Maize highest 2007-2008 Rice 2008-2017 Oilseeds 2017 Which factors might change these price projections? The recent spikes in food commodity prices surprised most economic forecasters...
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  • Pakistan Statistics
    LABOR FORCE million; fiscal year ending 30 June Employed Agriculture Manufacturing Mining Others Unemployed Unemployment rate percent Labor force annual change, percent change Labor force participation rate percent Male Female NATIONAL ACCOUNTS billion Rupees; fiscal year ending 30 June At Current...
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  • I Love Reading Every Thing
    Manufacturing Mining Others Unemployed Unemployment rate percent Labor force annual change, percent Labor force participation rate percent Male Female NATIONAL ACCOUNTS billion Dong; calendar year At Current Prices GDP by industrial origin at current market prices Agriculture b Mining Manufacturing...
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  • A Case Study of Cash Cropping in Nepal
    was insufficient, marginal, or sufficient to meet their basic need requirements by categories of farm gross margins. About 45% of the households that reported insufficient production had farm gross margins $100 per year. Of the households not able to meet their basic needs through agriculture, only...
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  • Cape Verde Macro-Economic Analysis
    a measure of the overall goods and services bought by a typical consumer. It is the primary method to monitor the changes in the cost of living over time. To calculate the CPI you compare a basket of goods’ prices to a certain base year, where the prices are set as $100. The inflation rate is based...
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  • Survey of Agriculture 2010
    ‐0.2 Minor Crops 3.9 1.5 0.4 ‐ 1.0 10.9 ‐1.7 ‐1.2 (Percent) Livestock Fishery  Forestry 2.9 2.0  ‐3.2 2.3 0.6  ‐32.4 15.8 20.8  ‐1.1 2.8 15.4  ‐5.1 4.2 9.2  ‐13.0 3.5 2.3  ‐3.0 4.1 1.4  2.2 Source: Federal Bureau of Statistics   Over the past six yearsAgriculture has grown at an average rate...
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  • Global Food Security Index
    committed US$22bn in aid—a significant advancement for food security globally. Yet by mid2012 these countries collectively had disbursed less than half of the funds they had pledged for the year.2 Several countries have extended the period in which they will provide funding to show their 2 1...
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  • Bop-India
    … … … … … 90.4 2008 1581.4 382.6 538.9 660.5 3344.5 … … … … … 108.3 EXTERNAL TRADE billion Rupees; fiscal year beginning 1 April Exports, fob 325.6 Imports, cif 431.9 Trade balance -106.4 External Trade annual change, percent Exports Imports Direction of Trade million US Dollars; calendar year Exports...
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  • hghg
    ending 30 June Employed Agriculture Manufacturing Mining Others Unemployed Unemployment rate percent Labor force annual change, percent Labor force participation rate percent Male Female NATIONAL ACCOUNTS billion Taka; fiscal year ending 30 June At Current Prices GDP by industrial...
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