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The Great Reckoning: How the World Will Change in the Depression of the 1990's - Davidson, James Dale and Rees-Mogg, Sir William
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1990, ISBN: 9780283061165

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(Size: 22.5 x 15 cms), Contents, Acknowledgements, Contributors, Introduction, Macro Perspectives, 1 Economy Environment Linkages: Economic Growth Quality of Environment and Sustainability, 2 The Role of Economic Instruments in Prevention and control of Industrial Pollution in India: Scope Design and Implementation, 3 Environment Development and the Role of Technology, 4 How are Environment Human Development and Economic Growth Related in India, 5 nutrient Mismanagement and Degradation of Soil: Some Implications on Deceleration of Food grain Production in India, 6 Climate Change Response: Equity or Nothing, 7 Linkage Between Biodiversity and Cultural Diversity: An Exploratory Analysis, 8 Marginalized People and National Environment Policy, 9 Legal Parameters of National Environment Policy 2006, 10 Regulatory Regime Governing Biodiversity in India: A Critical Assessment, 11 Small Grants Programme Make a Big Difference: Micro Level Evidence Across the Country, 12 Sustainable Development Aspects of the Doha Round: Implications for developing countries, 13 Corporate Governance Environmental Record and Market Valuation of Companies, 14 The Emerging Issues of Electronic Waste in India, Micro Perspectives, 15 Industrial Effluent and Rivers: Lessons from Noyyal River Basin in Tamil Nadu in the Light of National Environmental Policy 2006, 16 Export earning industries vs. environmental sustainability: the case of Tirupur Knitwear Industries in Tamil Nadu-1980-2005, 17 The Causality Between Environmental Degradation and Poverty: A Case Study of Delhi, 18 Economic Loss Due to Displaced Monkeys: Results from a Pilot Survey, 19 Socio-Economic and Environmental Aspects of Migration: A Case Study of Cuttack Slum, 20 Pricing of Potable Drinking water in Delhi: A Contingent Valuation Approach, 21 Consumption of Public Water for Domestic Use: Mirco Level Evidence from North Delhi, 22 Black Spot on God's Own country: Hazards of sand mining and lessons from the state's Environmental Movements. x+550 Unused New Copy in Very Good Condition Ships from India Year of Publication 2008 8189833596, Oxford University Press. 2005. Paperback. Very Good. As a prolific author, BBC commentator, and magazine editor, Nigel Calder ha s spent a lifetime spotting and explaining the big discoveries in all branc hes of science. In Magic Universe, he draws on his vast experience to offer readers a lively, far-reaching look at modern science in all its glory, sh edding light on the latest ideas in physics, biology, chemistry, medicine, astronomy, and many other fields. What is truly magical about Magic Universe is Calder's incredible breadth. Migrating birds, light sensors in the human eye, black holes, antimatter, b uckyballs and nanotubes--with exhilarating sweep, Calder can range from the strings of a piano to the superstrings of modern physics, from Pythagoras' s theory of musical pitch to the most recent ideas about atoms and gravity and a ten- dimensional universe--all in one essay. The great virtue of this wide- ranging style--besides its liveliness and versatility--is that it allo ws Calder to illuminate how the modern sciences intermingle and cross-ferti lize one another. Indeed, whether discussing astronauts or handedness or di nosaurs, Calder manages to tease out hidden connections between disparate f ields of study. What is most wondrous about the "magic universe" is that on e can begin with stellar dust and finish with life itself. Drawing on interviews with more than 200 researchers, from graduate students to Nobel prize-winners, Magic Universe takes us on a high-spirited tour through the halls of science, one that will enthrall everyone interested in science, whether a young researcher in a high-tech lab or an amateur buff sitting in the comfort of an armchair., Oxford University Press, 2005, Paperback. New. Paperback. 232 pages. What is it like to spend nearly every day for a year trying to observe as many bird species as possible within the confines of Manhattan In 2012 I did just that--its called having a big year--and I was not the only one. In this book I tell how I learned to bird and how I went on to become a competitive birder. Then I give a detailed account of my 2012 battle with one of the nations best, ornithologist Andrew Farnsworth, and others to have the biggest of big Manhattan years. You may be surprised that each year over 200 species of birds reside in or migrate through Manhattan. Observing and accurately identifying them requires special skills. You need to know what they look like, what they sound like, and where and when they are likely to appear. Birding can be a leisurely walk in the park, or it can be something much more challenging. Manhattan is home to a number of talented and obsessive birders for whom birding is a test of brains, logistics, and physical stamina, requiring both an understanding of nature and a knack for technology. Those new to birding will learn along with me as I begin by exploring one of the worlds premier birding locations, the Central Park Ramble. As my own knowledge and experience grow, I introduce the reader to a series of beautiful and rare birds to be found not only in Central Park but also in the many excellent but less well-known parks of Manhattan. Journey with me from the waters of New York Harbor, where Red-breasted Mergansers and Horned Grebes swim, to the top of Inwood Hill Park, where Black Vultures and Great Horned Owls fly. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Sydney, 2005. Royal 8vo. or.pict. wrap. OCTAVO SIZE. WRAPPERED EDITION. Illusts. Includes the 'Dreadnought' and 'Big Brother' youth migration schemes. Nice copy. Signed by the author. #XMASSALE2016. Likely Lads and Lasses: Youth Migration to Australia, 1911-1983., Sydney, 2005., Sage Publications, 2006. Softcover. New. This book is the first comprehensive study of the impact of colonialism on the agriculture of this very important region which, apart from the Pakistani and Indian provinces of Punjab, included the present day Indian provinces of Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. Making extensive use of data culled from government archives and private papers in India and Britain, as well as from village surveys, farm accounts and family budgets, the author argues that Punjab was by no means an idyllic land of prosperous peasant proprietors. She maintains that it was also the land of big feudal landlords, rack-rented tenants, and struggling small-holders, who were forced to enlist in the army or migrate to enable their families to pay government taxes and to repay debts. Comparing Punjab with its supposed polar-opposite, the eastern region of Bengal and Bihar, Mridula Mukherjee demonstrates that Punjab too had begun to exhibit features typical of colonial under-development, such as stagnation of productive forces, intensification of semi-feudal relations, forced commercialisation and lack of capital investment in agriculture. The green revolution therefore was not the result of a continuity but actually because of a break with the colonial past. Printed Pages: 212., Sage Publications, 2006, Sage Publications, 2006. Softcover. New. This book is the first comprehensive study of the impact of colonialism on the agriculture of this very important region which, apart from the Pakistani and Indian provinces of Punjab, included the present day Indian provinces of Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. Making extensive use of data culled from government archives and private papers in India and Britain, as well as from village surveys, farm accounts and family budgets, the author argues that Punjab was by no means an idyllic land of prosperous peasant proprietors. She maintains that it was also the land of big feudal landlords, rack-rented tenants, and struggling small-holders, who were forced to enlist in the army or migrate to enable their families to pay government taxes and to repay debts. Comparing Punjab with its supposed polar-opposite, the eastern region of Bengal and Bihar, Mridula Mukherjee demonstrates that Punjab too had begun to exhibit features typical of colonial under-development, such as stagnation of productive forces, intensification of semi-feudal relations, forced commercialisation and lack of capital investment in agriculture. The green revolution therefore was not the result of a continuity but actually because of a break with the colonial past. Printed Pages: 212., Sage Publications, 2006, London: Collins, 1977. First Impression. No Inscriptions. Dustwrapper has a small tear and nick to corner. 349pp. The Big Footprints is the story of an extraordinary migration, and Hammond Innes, writing from experience of his own African journeys, shows a world where the winds of change are already blowing at hurricane force.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Very Good., Collins, 1977, London England: Penguin. Very Good. 1999. Revised and Updated. Soft Cover. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall Octavo 0140279024 Paperback Paperback. A Century of Women. Slight crease to corner back cover. The author's path-breaking history illuminates the dramatic transformation that have occured in british and American women's lives since 1900. It shows how countless known and unknown women have played a part in the making of the twentieth century: not simply gaining the vote but agitating for birth control, abortion, maternity care, good housing, equal pay and a living wage. This book surveys the social changes and big events which have opened new possibilities and set limits on women's hopes and demands: from the changing structure of employment to the market for goods in the home, from wars and migration to booms and slumps. Amidst these are vivid individual recollections and accounts of popular fiction, films, wartime songs, fashion and sport. Magnificent in its scope, this eye-opening chronicle combines historial analysis and reference with imagination, humour and an eye for graphic detail. Illustrated. 765 pp. (We carry a wide selection of titles in The Arts, Theology, History, Politics, Social and Physical Sciences. academic and scholarly books and Modern First Editions ,and all types of Academic Literature.) ., Penguin, 1999, Skyhorse Publishing. Paperback. New. Lukas Möllersten. Paperback. 208 pages. Dimensions: 8.2in. x 5.3in. x 0.6in.When it comes to animals and nature, there is no end to our curiosity. Around ten thousand questions a year land on Lars-ke Janzons desk at the Swedish Museum of Natural History. In this sequel to the successful book How Long Can a Fly Fly, Janzon responds to nutty questions, freak happenings, and odd observations with interesting facts and explanations. Learn about snake sex, animals brightly colored warning signals, and why a vulture was arrested in Saudi Arabia on suspicion of being an Israeli spy. Find out the facts behind the headlines about Thailands poisonous jellyfish and the killer sharks of Sharm el-Sheikh. For over ten years, Janzon has been researching the answers to questions like: What color will a chameleon turn if it lies on a chessboard Why are flounders flat How do sea urchins make love How did wolves become big and bad Why do animals migrate across Africa Which animal has the longest tongue Do fish spitIn addition to answering these and many other questions, Janzon breaks down scientific terminology, lists animal stats, debunks myths, and answers all sorts of did-you-knows you never even thought to ask about nature and evolution. Written with warm humor and educational zeal and accompanied by Lukas Mllerstens imaginative illustrations, this fun and educational book is perfect for all ages of readers with a casual interest in understanding just a little bit more about nature. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Skyhorse Publishing, Eloquent Books. Paperback. New. Paperback. 160 pages. Dimensions: 8.8in. x 5.9in. x 0.5in.Atlanta - Until 1956, no Dominican had ever played in the major leagues. Since then, upwards of 750 have done so, an astonishing number for a small Caribbean country. As of the start of the 2008 season, there were 98 Dominicans on big league rosters, more than 11 percent of the total, far more than any other foreign nationality. What is it that fuels this remarkable migration, and how are these young, poor kids learning the skills needed to compete in Americas baseball shrines In the dusty fields scattered across this impoverished nation, or on mean urban streets, boys gather to play ball, often with makeshift equipment. For fun Certainly, but there is more. There is the dream of a better life, a much better life than in their own land. Before writing this book, George Gedda had spent 38 years as a State Department correspondent for The Associated Press. His duties took him to 88 countries, almost all in the company of secretaries of state. He also made more than 30 reporting trips to Cuba. He provided coverage from the State Department for national radio outlets for three decades. He has written some 100 magazine pieces on topics of international interest. Shortly after his retirement from AP in May 2007, George spent six months in the Dominican Republic gathering material for Dominican Connection. A life-long baseball fan. George began rooting for the Brooklyn Dodgers at age six. His interest in international affairs was sparked by a two-year stint in Venezuela with the Peace Corps before joining the AP in 1965. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Eloquent Books, Paperback. New. Paperback. 246 pages. These three short stories are unrelated mysteries that will have you guessing through their final chapters. The first mystery involves a cross-border boating story. A powerful motor boat speeds across calm moonlit waters. The owner checks in with US Customs and anchors in a cove on one of the many islands near the border. Come morning local bay residents observe odd behavior of the boats passengers . At a resort in the remote wilds of pristine Canadian waters four girls hired for guests entertainment are returned to Nanaimo by the same boat observed crossing the border two nights before. Alert citizens have drawn attention to the boat with a suggestion that it is being used to smuggle illegal immigrants across the border. Simultaneously, US police contact Canadian authorities about concerns of an emerging international prostitution ring. The US Coast Guard tries to involve US Customs in their smuggling investigation but get rebuffed. They establish a trap for the suspect powerboats anticipated next border crossing run. With good anticipation and planning they intercept the boat and its occupants and carry out a standard safety inspection. Thats when circumstances change, and the story takes an unexpected twist. The second mystery revolves around university students at play. Its Meghans boyfriends birthday. She decides on a very personalized gift and surprises him by delivering it to the lab where he works in the University Physics building. Gavins roommate is also present. When Gavin and Meghan eventually leave they are shocked to find at the base of the stairs their friend Matt, who has hit his head on the last concrete step with blood pooling under him. The police eventually establish that Matt didnt fall but was murdered with savage blows to the back of his head. One theory is that Matt was mistaken for Gavin who is a brilliant Ph. D. Nuclear Physics expert. Other alternative theories need more exploration. Matts parents plan to come from England to take his body home. A computer left by Matt at Jennys place is given to the police, who then involve the FBI based on the contents. Solution to the murder puzzle comes from an unusual quarter. The FBI acts quickly overnight and makes an arrest the next morning just as Matts parents head home. They lose their son, but find three new young friends, and board their plane with a satisfying conclusion in hand. The final mystery involves characters from 100 years apart with international intrigue a major component of the story. Nikolays muscles strain as he rows across two miles of international waters not long after the turn of the century. He arrives in a foreign country where he eventually migrates to a big city. Thanks to his linguistic skills he never has trouble finding jobs on the waterfront. One hundred years later Sean and Christina help Seans brother Mark look for a house to buy. They end up checking foreclosed properties with lower prices and eventually find one that Mark thinks suits his needs. Sean and Marks father is seriously ill and eventually is moved to a hospice as his care needs escalate. Back in history Nikolay settles down and befriends a vivacious nurse whom he met when she treated him at the hospital after a small accident suffered on the wharves. The friendship leads to marriage and they buy a lovely little home overlooking the harbor. Nikolay works hard on a special basement project while Paulines pregnancy progresses. Nikolay observes strange behavior on the docks that eventually leads to a profound change in his interests. Mark and his girlfriend Celine move into their newly purchased house and Mark sets to work doing what he can to make it much more livable for them. The house is the common bond between Nikolays past journey in life and Marks emerging one. A totally unexpected discovery leads to an amazing finding that fulfills Christin This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Trafford Publishing. Paperback. New. Paperback. 24 pages. Dimensions: 10.0in. x 7.7in. x 0.1in.This is the third Natures Secrets learning story. It takes place in the fall. Widdle Waddle Turtle is the first book of the series. It takes place in the spring. The Big Duck, the second book, takes place in the summer. Three grandchildren, Isabelle, Elliott, and Ellie, pretend that they are nature detectives solving science principles and facts about hummingbirds in a lake community. A new learning concept is being developed using a question in bold capital letters followed by the word, clue. This gives a signal to turn to the last page of the story for supplementary material. The word, clue, refers to what the nature detectives are trying to solve. An interactive relationship with the reader occurs when a question is inserted in RED print. The science questions involve erosion, instinct, migration, and food for hummingbirds. There is also a solvable secret-code message on the kitchen chalkboard. A secondary mystery entails what the yummy smell is coming from the kitchen. Using our oldest grandchilds artwork makes MS. FLITTER-FLITTER unique. The painted hummingbirds on the front cover and the three sketches on the back cover have been created by Brenda Radford. She has completely illustrated my first three inspirational books. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Trafford Publishing, Paperback. New. CfE Higher History Practice Papers for SQA Exams will help you to prepare for the look and feel of the exam. All the papers will provide extensive practice and reflect the type and level of questions students are likely to meet; the formats of different question papers and assessment methods; and the type of marking schemes used by the SQA. Practice Papers make perfect! Get ready for your CfE Higher History exam with these brand new practice papers that look just like the SQA exam - the best way to prepare for the big day! Papers for eight of the most popular topics are included: The Wars of Independence; The Treaty of Union; Migration and Empire; The Impact of the Great War; The Making of Modern Britain; Germany; USA and Appeasement and the Road to War. * Give yourself the best chance to excel with these original practice papers * Build your confidence with the type and level of questions you can expect in your SQA exam * Detailed mark schemes for all of the questions show you exactly how your exam will be marked * Model answers show you exactly what you need to do to get full marks in the extended response questions * Guidance on how to approach the different types of question will develop your skills and help you to avoid common pitfalls * Top tips will help you with your preparation, Studies in Critical Social Science. PAPERBACK. 1608463427 USED: Book has minor dings: 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEED! Fast processing. Please note: a seller's feedback (esp. when proved over 1000s of transactions) really matters. Even small differences in feedback ratings can make a BIG difference in shipping speed, description accuracy, and service. As our feedback shows, we are eager to please our customers. . Very Good., Studies in Critical Social Science, Nairobi, Kenya: The Trustees of the Royal National parks of Kenya, 1957. REVISED EDITION. Dated March 1957. Numerous black & white photos of lions, hunted expeditions, big game hunting. Pictorial paperback slightly scuffed and soiled. Internally excellent with the seemingly unopened map of the Park. Contains numerous adverts for supplies necessary for a big game hunt. 100pp, 32 pages of adverts. Overall in GOOD MINUS condition only. Nairobi National Park is 117 km² but is only a few km from the centre of Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya. The park is unique in being a protected game reserve within the boundaries of a major city. Lions, cheetahs and rhinos can be seen in the park. Over 400 species of birds have been recorded in the park. The vegetation is primarily dry savanna, open grass plains with scattered acacia bushes. The park also has a permanent river with a riverine forest. The western upland areas has an upland dry forest with stands of Olea africana and Croton dichogamus/Brachylaena hutchinsii and calodendrum. The lower slopes are a grassland composed of such species as: Themeda, Cyprus, Digitaria, and Cynodon with scattered yellow-barked acacia, Acacia xanthophloea. In addition there are stretches of broken bush country and deep rocky valleys and gorges with scrub and long grass. The park also serves many residents and citizens living in the city. The park has a diversity of environments with characteristic fauna and flora. Open grass plains with scattered acacia bush are predominant. Man-made dams have also added a further habitat, favourable to certain species of birds and other aquatic life forms. The dams also attract water dependent herbivores during the dry season. The park has a rich/diverse birdlife with 400 species recorded. However all species are not always present and some are seasonal. Northern migrants pass through the park primarily during late March through April. Nairobi National Park is one of the most successful of Kenya's rhino sanctuaries that is already generating a stock for reintroduction in the species former range and other upcoming sanctuaries. Due to this success, it is one of the few parks where a visitor can be certain of seeing a black rhino in its natural habitat. To the south of the park is the Athi-Kapiti Plains and Kitengela migration and dispersal area. These are vital areas for herbivores dispersal during the rains and concentrate in the park in the dry season. . Revised Edition. Soft Cover. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Wraps., The Trustees of the Royal National parks of Kenya, 1957, London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1992. The authors believed that the world is on the brink of cataclysmic social and political change to be brought about by a world-wide economic depression. A guide for individuals, businesses and institutions, the authors offer investment tips and a whole strategy for survival. Some of the things they predict are: higher taxes; migrations away from big cities; decriminalization of drugs in order to preserve social order; the privatization of faltering public services and infrastructures; retirement will be postponed or even revoked for most people; Islam will replace Marxism as the main challenge in ideology.. First U.K. Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Sidgwick & Jackson, 1992

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The Great Reckoning: How the World Will Change in the Depression of the 1990's
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James Dale Davidson, Sir William Rees-Mogg

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The Great Reckoning: How the World Will Change in the Depression of the 1990's

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9780283061165

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