Importance and Benefits of Energy Conservation

23 Mar 2015 15 Dec 2017

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Energy is defined as the capacity of a physical system to perform work. In other words, It can be explained as the ability to perform or complete any type of work whether it is physical or mental activity. We can also explain “energy” which includes physical movements like shifting something from one place to another, warming something or lighting something. Energy exists in numerous forms such as ...

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Analysis of the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU)

28 Nov 2017

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The Geography of European Integration: Economy, Society and Institutions Kourdoumpalou Panagiota Which of the following two sentences is more likely to be correct in your opinion? Present at least two arguments to support your opinion. The establishment of a common monetary union in the EU was a successful step towards deeper European integration. The idea of a common monetary union in EU didn’t ...

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Principle of Sovereign Immunity

23 Mar 2015 28 Sep 2017

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It is undisputed that international law is based on reciprocity, and nowhere is this more apparently than in the area of diplomatic relations and immunities. Thus the principle of equality of sovereign states is enshrined in Art 1(2) of the Charter of the United Nations, and the notion of state immunities including those afforded to its sovereigns operates on this principle, specifically “par in parem non hebet ...

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Lisbon Treaty and EU Constitution

23 Mar 2015 06 Jul 2017

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To what extent do the reforms enshrined by the Lisbon Treaty enhance the legitimacy of the European Union? The European Court of Justice (ECJ) in the Van Gend en Loos- case pointed out that he European Union (EU) is and remains a ‘new legal order of international law'.[1] Therefore we cannot achieve legitimacy in the same way as nation states, where concepts such as a collective identity ...

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Market Foreign Management

23 Mar 2015 12 May 2017

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Market Foreign Management 1.0 INTRODUCTION The different types of entry modes, to penetrate a foreign market, arise due to globalisation. The latter has drastically changed the way business conduct at international level. Owing to advances in transportation, technology and communications, nowadays practically every business of any size can supply or distribute goods, services, or intellectual property. However, when companies deal with international markets, it is complicated as ...

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The Sovereignty EU Parliament

23 Mar 2015 09 May 2017

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Sovereignty of Member States (UK) after joining European Union structures – does it still exist? It is important first to address what the perception of the doctrine of supremacy is to then examine what effect membership of the European Union has had on the sovereignty of the United Kingdom Parliament. The doctrine of Parliamentary sovereignty in the UK can be traced back to the Glorious Revolution of ...

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The effects of marine pollution

23 Mar 2015 03 May 2017

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Describe and discuss the major causes and effects of marine pollution. Suggest solutions for the problem and analyze how successful they may be. This essay concentrates on three major causes of marine pollution, which are the discharge of domestic and industrial wastewater, waste oil and plastics. The proposed solution to this problem will be prevention and pollution treatment, and eventually, the former one proves to be more ...

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Engelse taal in Nederland

23 Mar 2015 03 May 2017

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INHOUDSOPGAVE VOORWOORD Voor u ligt het profielwerkstuk waar wij dit schooljaar aan hebben gewerkt. Wij willen... en .... Bedanken voor hun hulp bij het maken van dit document We hopen duidelijkheid te geven in.. en ... Wij moeten in havo 5 een profielwerkstuk maken over een vak die je in je profiel heb. Wij hebben allebei het profiel Economie & Maatschappij met vele vakken daarin. Waarom hebben ...

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Costs and benefits of the EMU

23 Mar 2015 25 Apr 2017

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Abstract: This paper contributes to the ongoing debate over European Monetary Union (EMU) including the costs and benefits of joining it. Advocators of EMU stressed that it is essential to create a stronger European Union with greater economic, political and social cohesion, whereas the opponents did not support this stage of the European Union's construction such as the United-Kingdom, Denmark and Sweden, reviewing the merits of a ...

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Social construction of environmental issues

23 Mar 2015 21 Apr 2017

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Introduction The environment refers to the central part that links the ecological, political, social, economic and technological aspects. It is a component that integrates these spheres into a whole. This integration is necessary as none of these spheres can work without the others; they mutually depend on each other for the common good of the whole. Despite this, the environment is exposed to major destruction factors stemming ...

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The concept on going green

23 Mar 2015 18 Apr 2017

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Introduction The phrase ‘Going Green' have demand a place in the current scenario to be among the hot topic of discussion, either, be it when it matter to green technologies or the enterprises that are build with such a motto that gives a clear definition of the concern for the environment. Additionally, going green have become fashionable in a sense that green projects, especially in the contemporary ...

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European Court of Human Rights

23 Mar 2015 12 Apr 2017

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Introduction The purpose of litigation at the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR), is to 'examine alleged violations and ensure that States Parties comply with their obligations under the Convention,' providing individual applicants with effective remedies and just satisfaction under Articles 13 and 41 of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR). The wider objective is to protect and embed locally the three CoE foundation stones; liberal ...

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The mantle of mistakes

23 Mar 2015 11 Jun 2015

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A mistake is made, the consequences pour forward. For each mistake, there is the concomitant necessity to atone, but, if one corrects their mistake before it is too late, they may be able to evade that atonement. In William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, one is able to witness how severe mistakes that are neglected, and left unrealized, lead to the tragic destruction of the two protagonists. Romeo ...

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Carbon credit

23 Mar 2015

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Carbon credits is a mechanism adopted by national and international governments to mitigate the effects of Green House Gases(GHGs). One Carbon Credit is equal to one ton of Carbon. Greenhouse Gases are capped and markets are used to regulate the emissions from the sources. The idea is to allow market mechanisms to drive industrial and commercial processes in the direction of low Greenhouse Gases(GHGs). These mitigation projects ...

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Hyderabad city

23 Mar 2015

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Introduction: Hyderabad, the capital city of the state of Andhra Pradesh is one of the fast growing urban assortments in India. It is located on the Deccan plateau which is in the southeast part of India and it is a typical inland city .Hyderabad has a semi-arid climate and an annual rain fall of 75 centimeters. The city of Hyderabad is famous for its lakes; it has ...

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The soviet cinema

23 Mar 2015

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Soviet Cinema was considered “the most important of the arts” by Lenin. Soviet cinema was the most effective instrument in projecting communist goals. In the early periods of Soviet rule, movie projectors were transported to the fields to encourage collectivization and Soviet goals. During the Late Stalinist era the Soviet Film industry dismally floundered and the films lost their revolutionary ardor. The film industry was plagued by ...

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Technology has bad effects on environment

23 Mar 2015

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Industrialization coupled with technological advancement has continued to affect the environment in a negative way. Industrial benefits resulting from technological adaptation in major activities has indirectly contributed towards higher living standards though bad part on technology manifest more. This is evidenced by increasing international discussions and consultations through conferences and meetings. A major theme in such meetings is on environmental violations resulting from technology. Complaints and issues ...

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European Studies Essays - Frank Underdevelopment Dependency

23 Mar 2015

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Frank Underdevelopment Dependency 1.0 Introduction This project report looks to the theories, concepts and studies of the well-known German prolific and controversial development Economist and Sociologist of post-war era, ‘Andre Gunder Frank’. Frank was best known as an early exponent and founder of the dependency theory, which maintained that rich, developed countries gained from poor, under-developed countries; so long as they remained in the international capitalist system ...

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European union came into existence

23 Mar 2015

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European Union European Union came into existence with an endeavor to stop the war between the bordering countries and to maintain the peace and harmony throughout the Europe. European Union is constructed on the principles of stability and to promote the prosperity among European nations with presence of security. Recent recession has affected each and every part of the world, though it has a differential effect on ...

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Economic and monetary union

23 Mar 2015

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Identify and discuss the costs and benefits of joining the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU)? Do the benefits outweigh the costs? Thesis Statement The Economic Monetary Union has been the centre of prolonged debates as to whether a country joining it will either create benefits or drawbacks. During the course of this analytical report, both costs and benefits will be identified and explained in order to judicate ...

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Holiday inn hotel brands in world

23 Mar 2015

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Abstract Holiday inn is one of the best known family of hotel brands in the world. The experience, the quality, the service, the spirit etc, etc... it's all begins here. With over 2000 hotels on six continents of the world, Holiday Inn has spent the last seventy years welcoming people to a world of comfort, excellence service, quality accommodation and memorable experiences in the best locations on ...

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A rose for Emily and a good man is hard to find -1

23 Mar 2015

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Introduction A work of fiction that is most of the time rather than not in prose form as well as narrative format is referred to as a short story. The length of a short fiction is subject to the tastes and preferences of an author as well as the requirements as per the market that the genre of short fiction belongs to. The guidelines in the market ...

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European Studies Essays - Romanticism Brothers Grimm

23 Mar 2015

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Romanticism Brothers Grimm The Influence of Romanticism on the Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm The Germany of the Brothers Grimm was not the Germany we know today. In the early 1800s, the country we now call 'Germany' was basically a collection of separate entities. There was no central unifying theme to draw the country together, no sense of national identity. The single unifying factor of these ...

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The idea of carrying capacity

23 Mar 2015

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‘By the end of the 21st century, human population growth may exceed Earth's carrying capacity'. Discuss. The idea of carrying capacity is not a new one. Carrying capacity is the maximum population size that the environment can support without deterioration (McGraw-Hill, 2002). The first idea of carrying capacity applied to natural organisms was introduced in the 1980's so the concept that the earth is a ship with ...

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Analyses eu-ecowas historical relation

23 Mar 2015

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1.1 INTRODUCTION EU-ECOWAS relations did not commence until 1975 due to the fact that ECOWAS only came into existence on May 28th 1975 with the signing of Treaty of Lagos by its member states (ECOWAS, 2010). However, prior to ECOWAS' formation in 1975, some of its member states, particularly the Francophone countries such as Benin, Cote d'Ivoire, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Senegal and Togo had been foundation members ...

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Nuclear power for future energy supplies

23 Mar 2015

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Should Nuclear Power Be Developed For Future Energy Supplies? Introduction I am writing this essay to debate the idea of having nuclear power developed for future use by us. This takes on a major issue and covers many aspects of our nations energy use both in present and for the future. When we think about nuclear power we do not automatically think of it as a non ...

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Introduction to vodafone organization

23 Mar 2015

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Answer 1: Introduction: Our chosen organization is Vodafone. Vodafone is in existence from 1984. At that time it was formed as a subsidiary of Racal Electronics Plc. In 1991 it completely demerged from its parent company i.e. Racal Electronics Plc & then it got its present name as Vodafone Group Plc. At present Vodafone is the world's leading telecommunication organization, with a mark able presence in countries ...

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Icelandic volcanoes

23 Mar 2015

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Icelandic volcanoes have been associated with many devastating impacts, not only for the people of Iceland. Volcanic hazards tend to extend beyond Icelandic soil and travel to the opposite side of the globe, and are therefore considered worldwide hazards. This shows us that although the eruption occurred on land, the nature and volume of eruptions at mid-ocean ridges are very widespread. An example, of a volcano causing ...

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European Union Regional Policy

23 Mar 2015

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After the Second World War, there had been attempts to re-unify the war-torn countries in Europe. However, there were many obstacles along the processes made. Problems still existed between rival countries such as between France and Germany, and economic situations in the European countries after the war was in a need of development. In order to cope with such problems of economy and relation between these ...

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Data Protection Act 1998

23 Mar 2015

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Abstract The focus of this report is to explain the requirements & imposes of Data Protection Act 1998. The 1998 act affects to all people who uses information or data about other individuals & Business. The DPA 1998 covers from the initial collection of data through its final deletion or destruction. The main term used in the IT industry is Data Processing which is extremely wide and ...

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European Studies Essays - Inter-War Period

23 Mar 2015

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What conditions existed in the countries of central and Eastern Europe in the inter-war period that allowed the Communists to take power there after 1945? Various factors contributed to the emergence of communist regimes in Central and Eastern Europe after 1945, some arguably in the Inter-war period. These factors differed in effect and contribution from country to country. The factors will be discussed in greater detail below. ...

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European Studies Essays - Welfare State and the European Nations

23 Mar 2015

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Welfare State and the European Nations “The phrase ‘welfare state’ was first used in the late 1930s, to distinguish between the policies of the democracies and the war state of European dictators” (Spicker, 2003). From the late nineteenth century, features of a welfare state began emerge in parts of Western Europe. The first European country to put in place a welfare state was Germany in 1883. The ...

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