industrial regions of the world
- The Long Road to Dignity: The Wrong of Segregation and What the Civil Rights Act of 1964 Had to Change
Out with the old, in with the new: an analysis of economic trends beyond New World wine innovation.
...(4) The fundamental difference between the competing global regions lies in how the Old World and New World perceive the process of wine ... New World producers used their land to their advantage and "industrialized" the wine-making process, creating an efficient production method while ...
Public Utilities and Transportation Electrification
This Article examines the rapidly evolving role of the nation's electric utilities in developing the network of public electric vehicle (“EV”) charging stations across the country required to facilitate the growth of EVs. As EV adoption in the United States continues to rise, the roles that governmental entities, electric utilities, and market actors will play in deploying the EV charging...
DRIVE-IN THEATRES, TECHNOLOGY, AND CULTURAL CHANGE.
... low cost of land relative to other regions around the world, such as Europe where "land is ...Property sold for industrial development. Sky Vue Drive-In Theater Fire. Sky ...
369 U.S. 186 (1962), 6, Baker v. Carr
... of the populous northern industrial centers, which had grown to significant size at ... and, later, between the older tidewater regions in the colonies and the growing interior. 69 .... Since World War II, the explosion in city and suburban ...
When civic engagement is increasingly mediated online, the law regulating cyberspace becomes the law regulating speech. Yet, free speech texts and free speech theorists pay scant attention to the ways that cyberlaw configures the principal mechanism for exercising free speech rights today— communication online. Conversely, while many have long observed that the Internet enables speech, scholars...
One party, many 'vassals': revival of regionalism in China and governance challenges of the party state.
Nationalization of Chinese Regions . Huanqiu Shibao (Global Times), a popular and ... between regional "vassals" has led to industrial isomorphism, where various regions imitate their ...World Politics 48, no. 1:50-81. . Pye, Lucian W. 1990. ...
Marine Mammals; Incidental Take During Specified Activities
... request, we evaluated the level of industrial activities, their associated potential impacts to ... at http://www.boem.gov/About-BOEM/BOEM-Regions...Although climate change is a worldwide phenomenon, it was analyzed as a contributing ...
METROPOLITANIZATION OF THE STATE: TOWARDS INEQUALITY IN DEMOCRATIC "VOICE"?
...Metropolitan regions, in particular, function as the primary foci of ... state, (18) or between struggling old industrial towns or cities that seem to have lost their ... since the collapse of the communist world post-1989, means that the state per se has become ...
ASSESSMENT OF FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF AGRO-INDUSTRIAL CLUSTER.
... important in the market relations conditions in the country (world). Their implementation is aimed at the competitive products manufacturing, ...(2015). Cluster technologies as instrument for agrarian regions development. Asian Social Science, 11(6), 261. . Barrera, C.S. & Cornish, ...
812 F.3d 127 (D.C. Cir. 2016), 14-7082, Simon v. Republic of Hungary
Plaintiffs, fourteen Jewish survivors of the Hungarian Holocaust, filed suit against the Republic of Hungary and the Hungarian state-owned railway arising from defendants’ participation in - and perpetration of - the Holocaust. The district court dismissed the suit, concluding that the 1947 Peace Treaty between the Allied Powers and Hungary set forth an exclusive mechanism for Hungarian Holocaust
... crime ever committed in the history of the world." . . The wartime wrongs ... one of the most stable and developed regions on earth. In 1944 and 1945 large parts of Europe ...," damage to 90 per cent of Hungary's industrial plants and loss of 40 per cent of Hungary's rail ...
CIRCLING THE DRAIN: REGULATING NUTRIENT POLLUTION FROM AGRICULTURAL SOURCES.
...(7) For years, sewage and industrial waste were dumped directly into the river making ...In the United States, and worldwide, the majority of the freshwater HAB problems that ..., Americans living in dense agricultural regions have become increasingly vulnerable to consuming ...
Private Wealth and Public Goods: A Case for a National Investment Authority.
... erosion suffered by domestic industrial capacity and a corresponding loss of well-paid ... wind-down of the RFC following the Second World War. (126) As a powerful government market actor, ... high-speed rail networks in well-defined regions, like upstate New York, whose multiple small ...