• Financial Cricis
    sales compared to the other rival companies such as Detroit Big Three and Toyota. The Honda Company’s rivals faced a double digit loss while Honda was able to make a small amount of profit during the crisis. However, the increase in sales was not for long when there was a report that Honda Motor...
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  • Disaster Management
    discovered in the World Disaster Reports recently is that the disasters have increased in frequency and intensity. People are becoming more and more vulnerable to disasters of all types, including earthquake, flood, cyclones, landslides, droughts, accidents, plane crash, forests fire, etc. With the...
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  • Google
    Street View. Google’s program, Person Finder helped searching missing people, which increased Japanese consumers’ perception of Google. Google had launched a similar Person Finder tool to locate missing people during the Haiti and Christchurch earthquakes. The technology allowed people to enter...
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  • Humanitarian Aid
    earthquake and at least a third of the Haitian population continues to be indirectly affected by the displacement and economic disruption resulting from the earthquake. The effects of the disaster have been compounded by the entrenched problems that have faced Haiti for decades, including chronic...
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  • Earthquake Performance of Reinfoced Concrete Buildings: a Case Study from Marmara Turkey
    an earthquake specifically within Turkey. The Marmara earthquake highlighted serious problems with Turkish buildings and how they perform during seismic activity. Marmara is situated on one of the worlds most active tectonic regions. This study focused on the standpoints of Turkish Government and...
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  • America's Opportunities
    PJ Mbanasor. Natural Disasters-Earthquakes Natural disasters have tarnished lives and valued belongings, but it is how people respond to the natural disasters that characterizes them and identifies them as a culture. Japan was destroyed by one of the most impactful earthquakes ever recorded...
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  • Qwerty
    Haiti Damon Winter/The New York Times Updated: Aug. 26, 2012 One of the poorest and least developed countries in the world, Haiti in recent years has struggled with problems ranging from near-constant political upheaval, health crises, an annual barrage of hurricanes and the worst earthquake...
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  • Implementation and Protection of Human Rights
    and responsibility to assist Peru in gaining clean water in the face of the adversity the earthquake brought. In Chincha, UNICEF has obtained information on the situation of the sanitary facilities of 12 schools in order to fund the building or the repair of toilets that collapsed during the...
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  • Philiosophy Outlook
    times to be an astonishing 100 feet tall managed to affect countries all across South and Southeastern Asia, and the countries of Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and India. The disaster took a staggering 275,000 people’s lives and left over a million people without a home with reports of thousands...
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  • Decision Scenario
    Decisions in Paradise I This paper will define the obstacles being faced today in the island of Kava. Kava is an island in the South Pacific. The island has requested supporting the disasters faced to different government agencies and local companies. Some problems being faced in Kava are the...
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  • Citizen Journalism
    in a dangerous situation. During Hurricane Katrina in 2005, numerous reports came in from citizens all over Mississippi and Louisiana. Where the traditional journalists were having trouble getting in due to washed out roads, houses and entire areas, people in the middle of it were able to send more...
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  • Toyota Report
    , Noriyuki Matsushima, an analyst in Tokyo at Citigroup Inc., said last week. Citigroup also downgraded Japan’s auto industry to “sell” from “buy” on April 8. “Even if production comes back, demand for cars may not come back as people are still fearing radiation contamination and earthquake...
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  • Analysis of Earthquake Vulnerability of Historic City Core Area of Kathmandu
    of 1988 AD of intensity of 6.4 Richter scale had claimed lives of 721 people and had injured more than 12,000 in Nepal. More than 20,000 houses were collapsed and around 40,000 houses had cracks developed during this quake. The report by Earthquake Catalogue in BCDP, 1994 regarding 'Earthquakes in...
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  • Ethiopia
    small business environment in Ethiopia including some recommendation to improve the business environment. Thus, this report will discuss about three major problems that faced by Ethiopia such as corruption, inflation and access to finance. Sub-Section 1[Corruption] Corruption happened since...
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  • Disaster Management
    , kerala, Tamilnadu. During these natural calamities there has been a colossal damage to the country. Keeping in mind the problem faced by the country while providing relief to the effected people. There is a reqmt to work out the disaster management plan at national level. Disaster Management...
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  • Inflation
    the total amount of radioactivity released into the atmosphere was approximately one-tenth as much as was released during the Chernobyl disaster. Some amounts of radioactive material have also been released into ground and ocean waters. The earthquake, tsunami, and still unfolding nuclear crisis are...
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  • Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disasterr
    Fukushima was built using outdated safety guidelines, and could be a "serious problem" during a large earthquake.  The warning led to the building of an emergency response center in 2010, used during the response to the 2011 nuclear accident. On 4 April 2011, TEPCO vice president Takashi Fujimoto...
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  • Essay
    (PEPCO), Pakistan's electricity shortfall is normally 2500 Megawatts (MW) but reaches around 6000 MW or more during the long summer season.[10][11] As of June 2012 the country's electricity problems were so severe that violent riots took place across Punjab, the country's most populous province.[12...
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  • Yellowstone
    protect the park, and without formal policy or regulations, he had few legal methods to enforce such protection. This left Yellowstone vulnerable to poachers, vandals, and others seeking to raid its resources. He addressed the practical problems park administrators faced in the 1872 Report to the...
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  • Major-Environmental-Problems-In-The-North
    reports of herds of wild elephants coming inside human habitation in search of food, and damaging paddy fields and properties, trampling huts and even killing people. Lack of food in their natural habitat must have driven the pachyderms to human locality. Unless the depletion of forest area is checked, this problem will grow in future, and ultimately it will cause extinction of this great wild specie   ...
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