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 Can Privatisation and Commercialisation of Public Services Help Achieve The MDGs? An Asses...
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of the forced privatisation of natural and hum an resources in vulnerable com m unities.” H alifax Initiative Coalition. M arek, Tonia, Chiaki Tam am oto and Jeff Ruster. 2003. “Private H ealth: Policy and Regulatory O ptions for Private Participation,” Public...
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of the forced privatisation of natural and hum an resources in vulnerable com m unities.” H alifax Initiative Coalition. M arek, Tonia, Chiaki Tam am oto and Jeff Ruster. 2003. “Private H ealth: Policy and Regulatory O ptions for Private Participation,” Public Policy for the Private Sector, Note Number 264. W orld Bank G roup, Private Sector and Infrastructure N etwork. M eacher, M ichael. 2001. Keynote Speech delivered at International Conference on Freshwater, Bonn, G erm any (D ecem ber 4). M
42 0 http://www.undp-povertycentre.org/pub/IPCWorkingPaper22.pdf#page=42 www.undp-povertycentre.org/pub/IPCWorkingPaper22.pdf#page=42
40 <span class="highlight">International</span> Poverty Centre W orking Paper n&ordm; 22 Estache, Antonio. 2004b. &ldquo;Em erging Infrastructure Policy Issues in D eveloping Countries: A Survey <span class="highlight">of</span> the Recent Econom ic Literature,&rdquo; W orld Bank Paper Series N o. 3442. Estache, Antonio, Jose-Luis G uasch and Lourdes Trujillo. 2003. &ldquo;Price Caps, Efficiency Payoffs and Infrastructure Contract Renegotiation in Latin Am erica,&rdquo; World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 3129. Estache, Antonio, Sergio Perelm an and Lourdes Trujillo. 2004
44 0 http://www.undp-povertycentre.org/pub/IPCWorkingPaper22.pdf#page=44 www.undp-povertycentre.org/pub/IPCWorkingPaper22.pdf#page=44
<span class="highlight">of</span> the forced privatisation <span class="highlight">of</span> natural and hum an resources in vulnerable com m unities.&rdquo; H alifax Initiative Coalition. M arek, Tonia, Chiaki Tam am oto and Jeff Ruster. 2003. &ldquo;Private H ealth: Policy and <span class="highlight">Regulatory</span> O ptions for Private Participation,&rdquo; Public Policy for the Private Sector, Note Number 264. W orld Bank G roup, Private Sector and Infrastructure N etwork. M eacher, M ichael. 2001. Keynote Speech delivered at <span class="highlight">International</span> Conference on Freshwater, Bonn, G erm any (D ecem ber 4). M
 Environmental Mentoring: Benefits, Challenges, and Opportunities
Affairs, Volvo Cars of North America • Joseph Shimsky, Executive Director, Corporate Safety and Environmental Affairs, Pitney Bowes, Inc. • Kenneth A. Strassner, Vice President, Environment and Energy, Kimberly-Clark Corporation • Deborah Thomas, Deputy Director,...
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Affairs, Volvo Cars of North America • Joseph Shimsky, Executive Director, Corporate Safety and Environmental Affairs, Pitney Bowes, Inc. • Kenneth A. Strassner, Vice President, Environment and Energy, Kimberly-Clark Corporation • Deborah Thomas, Deputy Director, Environmental Leadership Program, U.S. EPA • Gregory Waldrip, Environmental Services Manager, Manufacturing Extension Partnership, NIST
46 0 http://www.neefusa.org/pdf/envmentorbco.pdf#page=46 www.neefusa.org/pdf/envmentorbco.pdf#page=46
<span class="highlight">Affairs</span>, Volvo Cars <span class="highlight">of</span> North America &bull; Joseph Shimsky, Executive Director, Corporate Safety and Environmental <span class="highlight">Affairs</span>, Pitney Bowes, Inc. &bull; Kenneth A. Strassner, Vice President, Environment and Energy, Kimberly-Clark Corporation &bull; Deborah Thomas, Deputy Director, Environmental Leadership Program, U.S. EPA &bull; Gregory Waldrip, Environmental Services Manager, Manufacturing Extension Partnership, NIST
Glossary Terms: NTP
NTP coordinates toxicology research and testing activities within the Department and provides information about potentially toxic chemicals to regulatory and research agencies and the public. NTP is the world leader in designing, conducting, and interpreting animal assays for toxicity and...
www.ilpi.com/msds/ref/ntp.html
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Foreign Affairs Online - International Law
Foreign Affairs Online - International Law Home General Reference Map Resources Media US Government Foreign States U.N. NGOS & IGOs International Law Human Rights International Relations Think Tanks Digital Divide Recognition of This S...
www.people.virginia.edu/~rjb3v/il.html
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Wrightslaw: NCLB Law & Regs
needs of students and their families. States and local communities must identify and implement programs for which there is evidence, based on rigorous research and evaluation, that they can effectively help children to succeed in school. (February 2003) Safe and Drug-Free School and...
www.wrightslaw.com/nclb/law.htm
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OntheIssues: Drugs
crime is related to drugs. (Jul 2007) Divert drug offenders out of prison system. (Jun 2007) Created nation’s Drug Czar Office & drug courts. (Dec 2006) Voted NO on increasing penalties for drug offenses. (Nov 1999) Voted YES on spending internatio...
www.ontheissues.org/Drugs.htm
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Frontline: Drug Wars
Drug Wars | FRONTLINE | PBS FRONTLINE SEARCH FRONTLINE CLOSE Recent ProgramsCOMPLETE PROGRAMS » Big Sky, Big Money October 30th Big Sky, Big Money How has the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision changed campaigns in America? WATCH » Climate of Doubt...
Middle East Review of International Affairs
journal that represents a new approach to the study of the modern Middle East. MERIA reaches over 25,000 readers in more than 100 countries, serving a high-level audience of Middle East experts, scholars, teachers, students, officials, journalists, and people intensely intereste...
meria.idc.ac.il/
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Research in the News: Thalidomide Gets A Second Chance (Grades 9-12)
safety. Then, in February 1961, Kelsey read in the British Medical Journal that thalidomide could have harmful effects. A British physician reported that long-term use of thalidomide caused tingling, numbness,and burning pain in the fingers and toes, and he speculated that damaged n...
 Going Green: The Promise of Supplier Environmental Management
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50 National Environmental Education & Training Foundation Responsible Care program used by chemical manufacturing firms, were mentioned as useful and important ways to research targets and alternatives. For SCEM programs focused on systems-based approaches to regulatory compli- ance, the...
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50 National Environmental Education & Training Foundation Responsible Care program used by chemical manufacturing firms, were mentioned as useful and important ways to research targets and alternatives. For SCEM programs focused on systems-based approaches to regulatory compli- ance, the 14000 series of environmental management system standards developed by the International Standards Organization (ISO) is often cited as a useful global standard.
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18 National Environmental Education &amp; Training Foundation been a common response <span class="highlight">of</span> companies that have sustained damage to their images because <span class="highlight">of</span> environmental concerns. Even some large purchasers that long ago achieved compe- tence in assuring their own <span class="highlight">regulatory</span> compliance have been surprised by the speed and intensity with which pur- chasers&rsquo; definitions <span class="highlight">of</span> environmental responsibility has shift- ed to include supplier performance. <span class="highlight">Regulatory</span> pressure While environmental regulations themselves are
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19National Environmental Education &amp; Training Foundation ing with suppliers on shared goals, similar to reducing costs and increasing quality. Almost never are the motivations described above cited in isolation by organizations undertaking SCEM. Many <span class="highlight">of</span> these drivers are linked, and therefore more powerful. Some common linkages are brand image in combination with customer pressure; <span class="highlight">international</span> restrictions with <span class="highlight">regulatory</span> pressure and risk management, and any <span class="highlight">of</span> the secondary motivators (cost reduction
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50 National Environmental Education &amp; Training Foundation Responsible Care program used by chemical manufacturing firms, were mentioned as useful and important ways to research targets and alternatives. For SCEM programs focused on systems-based approaches to <span class="highlight">regulatory</span> compli- ance, the 14000 series <span class="highlight">of</span> environmental management system standards developed by the <span class="highlight">International</span> Standards Organization (ISO) is often cited as a useful global standard.
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