intensive farming in egypt
The Cow and the Thing Called "What": Dinka Cultural Perspectives on Wealth and Poverty.
... officers of Dinka background in the Egyptian army. Whatever the motivation, the British ... for a wide variety of reasons, including farming, gathering and grazing, but also because it is ...As a result of intensive cross-cultural interaction and modern education, ...
From pick and shovel to mountaintop removal: environmental injustice in the Appalachian coalfields.
... mining technologies replaced more labor-intensive methods. While Appalachian coal production ... Williams, "by what he saw in the state's farming and mining districts, while the television ... of the so-called "Yom Kippur War," in which Egypt launched a surprise attack on Israeli forces ...
Economic development and freedom: the legacy of Peter Bauer.
... is scarce, food will be obtained by intensive farming or by exporting other goods [Bauer 2000: ...Cairo: National Bank of Egypt. . New York Review of Books (1982) "`Just ...
Lessons for an endangered movement: what a historical juxtaposition of the legal response to civil rights and environmentalism has to teach environmentalists today.
... extensive slave holding in ancient Arabia, Egypt, Greece, and Rome,(13) and Spain had used African ... clearing over half a million acres for farming.(306) Southerners fared little better, as they hausted their soil through Intensive monocultures of tobacco and cotton.(307) Yet ...
Earth's rovers are running dry.
Water shortages are becoming a global trend Dams and diversion projects are causing many of the world's rivers to dry up before they reach the sea. This trend has had harmful ecological and economic consequences. More efficient use of water resources is needed.
... and when needed to expanding cities and farming regions. Globally, demand has more than tripled ... Aswan on the Nile River, for instance, gave Egypt--a desert country of 60,000,000 people growing by ... from sugar cane or rice to less water-intensive crops, investing in drip irrigation lines or ...
Markets, democracy, and ethnicity: toward a new paradigm for law and development.
..., the promotion of education, and intensive public works programs,(364) although many of ...-breeding way of life.(458) Russian farming settlements thwarted Kazakh migration by .... (294.) The Jewish Exodus from Egypt took place some time between 1450 and 1200 B.C. ...
Chapter IV. Treaties concerning international law concluded under
the auspices of the United Nations and related intergovernmental
A. Treaties concerning international law concluded under the auspices of the United Nations 1. Agreement on International Railways in the Arab Mashreq. Done at Beirut, 14 April 2003 309 2. Protocol on strategic environmental assessment to the Convention on Environmental Impact Assessment in a Transboundary Context. Done at Kiev, 21 May 2003 319 3. Protocol on Pollutant Release and Transfer...
... point (Occupied Palestinian Territories/Egypt)-Arish- Verdun Bridge- Ismailia- Tanta- ... land or semi-natural areas for intensive agricultural purposes. 3. Water management ...6. Intensive fish farming. . 7. Nuclear power stations and other nuclear ...
Tobacco, global public health, and non-governmental organizations: an eminent pandemic or just another legal product?
.... (44.) Such gains include jobs from farming, manufacturing, and sales, revenue from taxes and ... offer higher returns, are less labor intensive, and require fewer chemicals and fertilizers). ..., Benin, Canada, Chile, Cuba, Ecuador, Egypt, Finland, France, Hungary, Iceland, Jordan, ...
Impact of COVID-19: New Exemptions Under Antitrust Law
An overview of antitrust law exemption measures in jurisdictions around the globe. Please see full Publication below for more information.