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  • In order to ensure the effectiveness of land use planning, the information about land quality and land characteristics plays an important role. The application of information technology is one of the best solutions in the area of land use planning in which land unit database is considered firstly and seriously. The land unit database consists of spatial data and attribute data, both of which should follow the standard.

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  • The systematic acquisition of real estate properties over time is unquestionably one of the surest means of accumulating wealth. While building a respectable real estate portfolio is a process that can take months, or even years, the patient and diligent investor enjoys a high probability of earning above-average returns for his or her efforts. Careful analysis, however, is required for each and every property considered. Proper analysis is not limited to a simple review of the property’s condition and location. To be successful in this business requires a more exhaustive approach....

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  • After 15 years of development, Vietnam has built 49 concentrated industrial zones in 61 provinces and cities. However, the unemployment rate of households lost their land to build industrial zones get employment from the industrial zone is low. So why is the labor of the household failed career change process, including failure in the process of finding employment in the industrial and employment compensation from the account? This article is based on studying the effects of industrial employment to rural areas to clarify the issue....

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  • All of us think we know real estate, and we have all been involved with it in one way or another since our arrival in the Ahospital delivery room. That building, our earliest impres- sion of the world, is real estate; the residence we were taken home to, whether a single-family house or an apartment, is real estate; the malls and neighborhood centers where we shop, the factories and office buildings where we work, the hotels and resorts...

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  • At the same time, by comparing over time, case studies document that well-executed investments can provide benefits. These accrue through four main channels, namely (i) social infrastructure, often supported by community development funds using land compensation; (ii) employment and jobs; (iii) access to markets and technology for local producers; and (iv) local or national tax revenue. In all cases, economic viability of investment is a necessary condition for positive social outcomes to materialize, including food security.

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  • Trading partner Canada has established the Canadian Adaptation and Rural Development (CARD), national and regional adaptation programs that provide assistance to the sector in the area of research, innovation, capturing market opportunities, environmental sustainability, food safety and quality, human resource capacity building and rural development.

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  • The current problem with the human system of resource use and residual disposal is that it is wildly out of equilibrium. Competition among humans is such that we slaughter thousands of our own species annually on the roads in our haste to get somewhere faster; we let millions of babies die every year for want of clean water and a modest diet; we deliberately kill more millions of people in war, often to secure access to dwindling resources. In the last fifty years we have become more aware that our patho- logical drive for 'more' has poisoned the land, the water and the air.

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  • The expansion of agriculture to open access forest lands is a major environmental consequence of poverty, food insecurity, and landlessness in many countries, notably in the tropics. Although nominally managed by the state, forests made accessible by the construction of roads become de facto “open access” in the wake of logging operations by private concessionaires, who often fail to comply with their obligations to manage the forest sustainably after harvest.

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  • The above three approaches are used for the valuation of land as a site for the construction of a particular building at the current time. Which approach is more applicable is problem-specific. For example, in a situation where the purchase of real estate is for investment, the income approach seems more suitable, whereas for individual use, the sales comparison approach is more acceptable. Another way for the valuation of land is to consider a vacant piece of land as a potential site for development in the future so that it is viewed as an option for purchasing one of...

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  • Small and micro enterprises are the outlets upon which the government and many development organizations rely to curb poverty and unemployment rates, including among the youth population. These small businesses, both formal and informal, help to absorb the local workforce. However, most young entrepreneurs lack the required financial services necessary to sustain themselves and grow. Currently only 4.2% of Yemen’s population has access to financial services.

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  • • There is need to diversify urban-development activities within the municipality. An outward spread of these development activities and the creation of satellite towns in areas such as Olkaria, Sulmac and Sharlimar would minimise the pressure on the natural environment, land, forests, air and water resources, as well as on the capacities of socio-economic infrastructures such as sewerage and water supply facilities and roads. This will also result in a reduction of land use conflicts, which is a major cause of environmental degradation in any given urban scenario. ...

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  • Our aim is to minimise the harm caused by flooding. This involves reducing the likelihood of flooding and reducing the impacts when flooding occurs. At the same time there are underlying pressures that are increasing risk, such as climate change, housing development or changes in land use. Sometimes we can affect these drivers, for example by influencing planning and land development. There are, however, other drivers that are beyond our direct influence, such as climate change impacts on the weather and sea level rise.

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  • THE LAVA landscapes in Hawaii's Volcanoes National Park are quite aesthetic- ally stimulating. On a memorable evening, I watched, in the twilight, red lava roll down into the ocean. The seashore on which I stood had literally been made only a few months before. Here was more land flowing forth; I knew something of how the world was made. Next morning, overlooking a dormant crater, steaming with sulphurous fumes, I noticed flowers and a little food. These were offerings made to Pele, a goddess who dwells in Kilauea volcano, placating her to stop the flow.

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  • For this analysis it is useful to distinguish between roadway rehabilitation and expansion projects (Troth 2009). There is little controversy concerning the value of basic roadway rehabilitation, sometimes called fix it first (NGA 2004) or asset management (“Asset Management,” VTPI 2008). However, there is growing debate over the value of urban highway expansion (new road links, additional traffic lanes, expanded intersections, etc.) because they tend to induce additional vehicle travel and stimulate more dispersed, automobile-oriented land use development (sprawl). ...

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  • To provide regulators, developers and other interested parties with authoritative and researched advice on how best to identify, assess and tackle the problems associated with land contamination. The publications cannot address the specific circumstances of each site, since every site is unique. The Contaminated Land Research Report series deals with information needed to assess risks - procedures for categorising and assessing risks - and evaluation and selection of remedial measures.

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  • The Family Liaison Office (FLO) is well aware that many family members continue to be concerned about their careers. The frequent moves, the different languages and cultures encountered and the difficulty in landing positions around the world, often negatively impact family members’ career development. With this in mind, FLO continues to seek employment opportunities for family members. One area that many of you are finding attractive is starting and operating your own home-based business.

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  • A CIS executive board comprised of partners in area i rms works with the faculty to make certain that the program’s objectives and outcomes remain relevant to real-world needs. And the JMU pro- gram’s results speak for themselves: 92 percent of students have work experience before they graduate, many landing competitive internships in and around the D.C. area; 85 percent of students are hired before graduation; and a full 100 percent have employ- ment in the i eld within six months after graduation, many landing at marquee companies such as IBM, Accenture, and Ernst & Young.

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  • Research objectives: Can analyze the current situation and characteristics of natural rehabilitation of flora carpet on lands after shifting cultivation as a basis for building the classification of rehabilitation capacity in the study area; can assess the protection capacity of flora carpet on lands after shifting cultivation, can classify rehabilitation potential of forest on lands after shifting cultivation through forest time natural rehabilitation, and propose some silviculture solutions for forest rehabilitation on lands after shifting cultivation in the watershed protection area.

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  • 121. MA Imagine that you have received some land to use as you wish. How would you use this land? Use specific detail to explain your answer. Land is a valuable resource, and it is important to use it effective to create something that all people can enjoy. I therefore propose to use the land to build a campground. At the present time, there’s little low-cost recreation in the are where I live. Building a campground would change that. Ultimately a campground would make a more enjoyable environment for everyone. Local entertainment is simply too expensive. A nice...

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  • Current Assets: assets that are relatively liquid, and are expected to be converted to cash within a year. Cash, marketable securities, accounts receivable, inventories, prepaid expenses. Current Assets: assets that are relatively liquid, and are expected to be converted to cash within a year. Cash, marketable securities, accounts receivable, inventories, prepaid expenses. Fixed Assets: machinery and equipment, buildings, and land.

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