• political economy
    STUDY Nigeria has been a function of the perceptions of the founding fathers from the eve of independence, and a product of certain geographical factors. The nationalists including Nnamdi Azikiwe, Herbert Macaulay, Obafemi Awolowo, Anthony Enahoro, Aminu Kano, Ahmadu Bello, and Tafawa Balewa, to mention...
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  • Article Review on Sustainable Facilities Management
    Article Review: The Practice of Sustainable Facilities Management: Design Sentiments and the Knowledge Chasm NAME: Kristina M. Sewell I.D #: 0905186 MODULE: Facilities Management MODULE CODE: ADM4008 LECTURER: Keroma Bernard 1.0 Topic: The Practice of Sustainable Facilities Management: Design...
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  • Evaluation of Vion's Strategic Postition
    external and internal factors affecting VION. 1.1 PESTEL Framework Analysis The PESTEL framework consists of environmental factors that to some degree impact almost all organisations (Johnson et al 2008). It can be seen as an important analysis to see how environmental factors are changing now and...
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  • Jamaica Tourism
    that are prime examples for this objective, the documentary Jamaica For Sale illustrates a famous destinations challenges and impacts (environmental, economic, and social). Furthermore it allows the students to analyze and determine best practices and management elements further. To summarize, this documentary...
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  • Volutourism on Chongming Island
    Volunteer and “Voluntourism” 4. Pros and Cons of Volunteering 4.1 Pros 4.2 Cons 5. Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism on Chongming Island 5.1 Define Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism 5.2 Benefits of Ecotourism 5.3 Applying Ecotourism on Chongming Island 6. Conclusion ...
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  • Abuse of Our Planet
    simple lesson of supply and demand tells us that we will need more resources in order to support the booming population. One of the most important factors in survival is food supply. Without enough food, we will not survive. Unfortunately, our forest ecosystems are paying the price for the food demand...
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  • sustainable procurement
    Sustainable procurement (or Green procurement) is a spending and investment process typically associated with public policy, although it is equally applicable to the private sector. It is linked to the wider agenda of sustainable development. Organizations practicing sustainable procurement meet their...
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  • ST FIELD REPORT
    and social factors which the team is able to observe on the spot, while economic indicators have to be derived from websites. Using these indicators, analyses are done and a set of recommendations is being introduced to keep on track with the report’s main aim of determining how sustainable the airport...
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  • Society Assignment
    Malaysian government thought its relevant agencies has undertaken regional development progress spread out the whole of Malaysia. One of them is Iskandar Development Region in Johor is progressing very well, especially in the development of infrastructure for industries. You are employed in concrete product...
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  • Shaolin Temple
    07/Oct/2012 Abstract Over the past 10 years, in our new socio-economic and cultural background, there was a drastic change - both in form and in content - in the development and management of China's religious tourism project. In this wave of development, the Shaolin Temple can be considered one of the most...
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  • Sustainable Livelihood Approach
    Introduction In recent times, thinking about poverty and sustainable development has begun to converge around the linked themes of vulnerability, social protection and livelihoods. This has been accompanied by the development of a variety of approaches to analyse situations and assess the likely impact...
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  • Employee Engagement
    EMISSIONS 2.5 EXTERNAL REPORTING 2.6 INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS AND EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT 2.7 ENABLERS FOR CLIMATE CHANGE ACTIVITIES 2.8 PERCEIVED BARRIERS TO CLIMATE CHANGE ACTIVITIES 2.9 INNOVATION AND ACTION 9 9 10 11 12 12 12 13 13 14 SECTION THREE: CONCLUSIONS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR FURTHER...
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  • Sustainable Low- Income Housing
    The most successful, long term, low-income housing projects are those that use sustainable design and address the social, cultural, and economic needs of residents.. By implementing sustainable low-income housing projects with residents’ need in mind, the developers, residents, and the community as a...
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  • Incorporating Reverse Supply Chain in the Poultry Process of Bangladesh
    industries are using environment sustainability and reverse supply chain concepts to manage existing waste resources. Yet, significant number of industries failed to incorporate appropriate production process to do so. Bangladesh poultry industries are struggling to achieve environment sustainability due...
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  • Ros Ts310
    Droves Walvin, J. (1978). Leisure and Society 1830-1950. London: Longman. (pp. 69-82) Summary This reading sums up with some of the issues on the development of tourism in England as well as the changes that took place from inland tourism to coastal tourism over the years. The England resort tourism had...
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  • PAUL MUTINDA
    INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CONTINUOS ASSESSMENT TEST (CAT TWO) – NOVEMBER, 2013 Q1. Our interpretation of the world is greatly influenced by our frames of analysis. a) Citing relevant examples, discuss how culture as a frame of analysis may influence a community development officer’s success in...
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  • Tourism
    mu/portal/goc/assemblysite/file/budget09nov12.pdf File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - Quick View Jan 1, 2013 – Last year at this time, Mauritius was facing one of the biggest economic challenges .... measures which helped to bring down the price of internet. The cost of.... In the tourism industry, the trends in 2012 demonstrate...
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  • Ecotourism - Brazil vs. Costa Rica
    Introduction: With the growing global concern for the environment, new products, industries, and sustainable practices have emerged across a number of industries. The industry of tourism on an international and domestic scale is no different. Over the past few decades, the global tourism industry...
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  • Resource and Development
    RESOURCE & DEVELOPMENT Classification of Resources Basis of Classification Origin Exhaustibility Ownerhip Class Biotic Abiotic Renewable Non-renewable Individual Community National International Example Flora and fauna Minerals, Soil, Forest, Water, Wind Fossil Fuel, Metals Private land, orchard...
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  • The Role of Gender in Promoting Education in the Development Process
    THE ROLE OF GENDER IN PROMOTING EDUCATION IN THE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS Abstract Gender and gender considerations are crucial in modern development and the omission of gender in any plan, programme or activity is detrimental to the achievement of any set goals. In the same vein, gender has an important...
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