Running Head: ECONOMICS

The Impact of Climate change on the Canadian environment and economy . Insert Name . . . . . . . . . Insert Course Title Insert Instructor’s Name 25 January 2011 Outline Introduction Background Prairie Droughts: The Palliser Triangle, the most prone region Causes of drought in the Canadian Prairies Negative Impact of drought to the Canadian Agricultural Economy Negative Impacts of Climatic change: Comparison with USA Economy Conclusion References . . . . . . . . . . . . . How climate change is affecting the Canadian economy in the agricultural sector and how climate changes have affected the economy in the prairie region of Canada? Introduction   Speculations are high and evidence are profound that changes taking place on the Canadian climate may affect the so called ‘climate-sensitive sectors of the economy’ (Natural Resources Canada, 2007). Overall, Canadian economy greatly depend on healthy and sustainable availability of natural resource industries such as forestry, fisheries and agriculture and on further note the reliability of the nation’s vital infrastructure that include transportation and health care systems (Natural Resources Canada, 2007). Agriculture is the singled out sector that this research paper will want to investigate within the realms of changing climatic conditions. Agriculture constitute an important sector to the Canadian economy and the larger society and given that Canada is located in the Northern region, climate for this nation has become a major constraint on almost all agricultural activities (North American Climate Institute, 1988). Many of agricultural activities in Canada are carried out under the greenhouse type of farming and though this model has succeeded its impact to the wider environment is what causes anxiety. For example, as evidenced, under greenhouse farming it always occurs that temperatures are increased to sustain the longer growing seasons, a situation that later results into increased thermal energy leading to increased precipitation (North American Climate Institute, 1988). As this scenario appears to be beautiful and supportive due to improved climate condition for agriculture, it is the other side of this scenario that cause shrill threat (North American Climate Institute, 1988). As the mentioned activities takes place on accelerated rate, solar energy increase leading to evapotransipiration, a situation that results in reductions in the availability of moisture for plants (North American Climate Institute, 1988).   Therefore, the happenings in the Prairies areas of Canada constitute the so-called normal or average conditions that are gradually drifting...

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On A Political Fact For Which No Purely Legal Explanation Can Be Provided

A snitch in time saves whine Wine and dining at humanity expense who are bagging accounts for the benigning of the resigning designing . You can take nothing to the bank that will not be held against you Genocide Unequivocally Unacceptable exception doing Zionist Commendable Beware democracy equal rights entice unless fail safe splice Until then I know I will never see a poem as lovely as a tree nor a brighter life form Smog of antiquity insanity OK so long the norm the Sun never 2B seen clearly RATS PETROL Reality and Truth Segregators Public Eye Theology Opposing Logistics Can you click look, listen and think without bias interest ignorant belief divine intervention SIN Sanity Is Non-profit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=etXAm-OylQQ An honest Jew tells the Truth about Israel                   “To see what is right, and not do it, is want of courage, or of principle” www.Amen13.com www.911Bushwhack.com Political Religious Implicit Complicit Explicit PRICE Political Religious Imperialist Capitalist Emperors . Like other financial empires in history, Smith claims the contemporary model forms alliances necessary to develop and control wealth, as peripheral nations remain impoverished providers of cheap resources for the imperial-centers-of-capital.[1] Belloc estimated that, during the British Enclosures, “perhaps half of the whole population was proletarian“, while roughly the other “half” owned and controlled the means of production. Now, under modern Capitalism, J.W. Smith claims fewer than 500 people possess more wealth than half of the earth’s population, as the wealth of 1/2 of 1-percent of the United States population roughly equal that of the lower 90-percent. COB – Consortium of Beliefs collectively intelligence of an ear of corn . We all pay the Price . . SCALPERS-BS-PS-PS-SMARTS Sovereign Corporation Appropriation Legal Persons Evidences Rogue Systemic Bull Shit Political Science Pyramid Scam Silent Majority Assessment Retrospect Transcendental Spirit Not enough of us worthless peons to satiate the insatiable, however PRICELESS as collateral 13 – 7b actual pop = 6b . So not a scam if we get rid of 6b  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Democracy Popular sovereignty or the sovereignty of the people is the belief that the legitimacy of the state is created by the will or consent of its people, who are the source of all political power. It is closely associated to the social contract philosophers, among whom are Thomas Hobbes, John Locke and Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Popular sovereignty expresses a concept and does not necessarily reflect or describe a political reality.[1] It is...

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Omnibus Rules And Regulations Implementing The Migrant Workers

OMNIBUS RULES AND REGULATIONS IMPLEMENTING THE MIGRANT WORKERS AND OVERSEAS FILIPINOS ACT OF 1995, AS AMENDED BY REPUBLIC ACT NO. 10022 . Pursuant to the authority vested by law on the Secretary of Foreign Affairs and the Secretary of Labor and Employment, and in the light of Republic Act No. 10022, An Act Amending Republic Act No. 8042, Otherwise Known as the Migrant Workers and Overseas Filipinos Act of 195, as amended, Further Improving the Standard of Protection and Promotion of the Welfare of Migrant Workers, Their Families and Overseas Filipinos in Distress, and For Other Purpose, the following Implementing Rules and Regulations are hereby promulgated: . . RULE I . GENERAL PROVISIONS . Section 1. Declaration of Policies. (a) In the pursuit of an independent foreign policy and while considering national sovereignty, territorial integrity, national interest and the right to self-determination paramount in its relations with other states, the State shall, at all times, uphold the dignity of its citizens whether in the country or overseas, in general, and Filipino migrant workers, in particular, continuously monitor international conventions, adopt/be signatory to and ratify those that guarantee protection to our migrant workers, and endeavor to enter into bilateral agreements with countries hosting overseas Filipino workers. (b) The State shall afford full protection to labor, local and overseas, organized and unorganized, and promote full employment and equality of employment opportunities for all. Towards this end, the State shall provide adequate and timely social, economic and legal services to Filipino migrant workers. (c) While recognizing the significant contribution of Filipino migrant workers to the national economy through their foreign exchange remittances, the State does not promote overseas employment as a means to sustain economic growth and achieve national development. The existence of the overseas employment program rests solely on the assurance that the dignity and fundamental human rights and freedoms of the Filipino citizens shall not, at any time, be compromised or violated. The State, therefore, shall continuously create local employment opportunities and promote the equitable distribution of wealth and the benefits of development. (d) The State affirms the fundamental equality before the law of women and men and the significant role of women in nation building. Recognizing the contribution of overseas migrant women workers and their particular vulnerabilities, the State shall apply gender sensitive criteria in the formulation and implementation of policies and programs affecting migrant workers and the composition of bodies...

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New Immigrants In The New South

NEW IMMIGRANTS IN THE NEW SOUTH: A Bibliographical Essay by Patrick Reed .     In an earlier essay, the author disputed conclusions of John Higham and Rowland T. Berthoff on the nativist sentiments of late nineteenth century Southerners. The intense antipathy Southerners directed toward outsiders after 1915 was not the result of “an astonishing revolution in the early twentieth century,” as Higham argued.1 Nor was Berthoff correct in concluding that contrary opinions coexisted in the South before 1900, with pro-immigrant industrial and planter interests opposed by a pervasive popular xenophobia.2 Instead, the author found evidence of a southern consensus: even among those most actively promoting immigration, a consistent set of qualifications was applied to the type of immigrant sought.3     A student of the ideas of a pre-Gallop population must be cautious in his choice and interpretation of sources. New South newspapers and periodicals peddled the party line, while the opinions of politicians, if subject to some popular pressure, might not match their constituents’. The historian’s task is complicated further by the fact that relatively few immigrants answered the region’s carefully qualified invitation, so that southern suspicions of outsiders were seldom acted upon.     Potentially more debilitating to a student of southern nativism than scarce or suspect sources is the uncertainty of the subject’s significance. The southern states’ latent late nineteenth century nativism may say more about the region’s internal economic and social uncertainties than about the immigration debate, the fate of those who came later, or the state of those already arrived. Although important as a symptom of southern idiosyncrasies, the nativist impulse can be examined more profitably within the context of the interaction or anticipated interaction of cultures. Since the sine qua non for the student of immigration to the New South was the disinclination of outsiders to settle there, before assessing the experiences of those did, one must account for the refusal of the rest to tie their destiny to that of the region.     Proponents of industrial expansion tirelessly expounded the region’s attractions while denying its deficiencies. The most influential advocate of southern progress was the Manufacturers’ Record, published bi-weekly in Baltimore beginning in 1882, but equally ardent were most southern city newspapers. The needs for both industrial and agricultural labor were stressed, the latter to supplement or even supplant that furnished by blacks, who seemed unable to satisfy the spokesmen for former masters and their...

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National Law Institute University Bhopal

. . . . National Law Institute University Bhopal Trimester I Project Written Report Subject: Law of Tort I Case: Ram Prasad Ghosh v. State of West Bengal (2012) Decision given by: High Court of Calcutta Submitted by: Regalla Manisha Roll number: 2012BALLB90 Submitted to: Professor Ghayur Alam . . . . . . Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Table of Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . Concrete Facts . 1.On 15th August 1996 Sarmila was given in marriage to the appellant Prasenjit according to Hindu rites. A female child was born out of the said wedlock. It is alleged that shortly after the marriage the husband and rest of the in-laws started torture upon the victim because the party of the complainant had failed to provide the son-in-law a motor cycle which allegedly was agreed to be given at the time of marriage. It is also alleged that a few days prior to the incident during Manasha Puja the victim had visited her parents house when she disclosed that it was no longer possible for her to reside at the matrimonial home unless the agreed motor cycle was given within 2/4 days. The de facto complainant, father of the deceased, alleged that he personally had accompanied the daughter to the matrimonial home and requested all the inmates to treat his daughter well and that he would arrange the requisite money to buy a motor cycle within a month. But on 25th August 1999 at about 2.30 P.M. he came to learn telephonically that the victim had been hospitalised at Gobindanagar Hospital. Hearing the news the de facto complainant along with his family members rushed to the hospital and found the daughter dead. 2.23 witnesses were examined. PW 1 is the father of the victim. PW 2 is the uncle. PW 3 is the mother and PW 4 is the grandfather. PW 12 is the uncle. PW 17 is the sister. PW 21 is a neighbour. PW 5 is also a neighbour but he turned hostile. PW 13, it is alleged, had brokered the marriage but he turned hostile. PW 6 was merely tendered. PW 7 Dr. Murmu had admitted the patient in the emergency ward of Gobindanagar Hospital also known as Bankura Sammilini Medical College and Hospital....

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