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Primary Commodity Prices and Global Food Security By Thomas Lines
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In this report, commodities expert Thomas Lines shows what has really happened to food prices and farm incomes in recent years. Food prices have risen, but not faster than manufactures. However,... More > agricultural inputs like fertilisers and oil have risen much faster. This has created a world crisis for farming, a crisis of reduced agricultural incomes, and an ageing farming population. The author argues that a new approach is needed, building on known methods – a greater variety of staple crops, traditional farming techniques and agro ecology – to create a food system which is economically as well as ecologically more resilient and sustainable.< Less
LASTING SOLUTION TO OIL-AND-FOOD CRISES By STEVE Dr. ESOMBA
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Since the mid-1980s or even earlier, the global economy has continuously been plagued by one energy and food crisis or another. The ups and downs of the energy industry and market buoy and bubble... More > along with food commoditiy prices. Every slight movement backwards or forward of crude features impacts food commodity prices on which the poor as well as the rich depend on for survival. This umbilical link between oil prices and food prices tortures our swelling populations, especially those in poor, underdeveloped countries. LASTING SOLUTIONS TO OIL-AND-FOOD PRICES is a bold attempt to address permanent solutions to this appalling situation. More ideas are needed,and much more bolder action. tWe must tackle these perpetual oil-and-food problems. Our populations keep increasing.Many teeming mouths to feed. Your contribution is welcome. Thanks.< Less
LASTING SOLUTION TO OIL-AND-FOOD CRISES By STEVE ESOMBA, Dr.
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The world has been bedevilled and scared with food deficiencies since the 1973s Oil Crises. But the deadliest and unbroken oil-and-food crises began in the early 2000 and lasted through 2009 and... More > beyond. The ultimate trigger of these crises is the long-term global high crude oil prices. Global food commoditity futures are anchored on and linked to crude oil prices futures and any high oil prices immediately trigger high food prices as well. These economic ups-and-downs of fossil fuel prices and food prices could be AVOIDED and permanently, too! LASTING SOLUTION TO OIL-AND-FOOD CRISES discusses how this can be achieved easily, with the byproducts being: less environmental pollution, less disease pathogens, and less infectious maladies.< Less
The Affects of the Current Global Recession on the Tourism Industry in Europe and Strategies for Competition By Farrukh Khan
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After the oil and food price shocks of 2008, the world is now experiencing a severe economic downturn, with uncertainties, extreme market volatility and a decline in consumer and business confidence.... More > In Europe, the tourism and hospitality sectors have resisted the downturn better than in North America and Japan, where the effects are far more severe. However, both consumers and tourism and hospitality executives remain nervous as the bad news from the United States of America reaches into the living rooms, the boardrooms and offices. Occupancy rates are down and Europe remains flush with bargains in tourism and hospitality. However, it is not easy to get the customer to come in for a smile and a treat. This dissertation presents a discussion about the impact of the current recession of 2008/2009 on the European tourism and hospitality industries and strategies for competition.< Less
The Affects of the Current Global Recession on the Tourism Industry in Europe and Strategies for Competition By Farrukh Khan
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After the oil and food price shocks of 2008, the world is now experiencing a severe economic downturn, with uncertainties, extreme market volatility and a decline in consumer and business confidence.... More > In Europe, the tourism and hospitality sectors have resisted the downturn better than in North America and Japan, where the effects are far more severe. However, both consumers and tourism and hospitality executives remain nervous as the bad news from the United States of America reaches into the living rooms, the boardrooms and offices. Occupancy rates are down and Europe remains flush with bargains in tourism and hospitality. However, it is not easy to get the customer to come in for a smile and a treat. This dissertation presents a discussion about the impact of the current recession of 2008/2009 on the European tourism and hospitality industries and strategies for competition.< Less
Events that Change the Debt Mix By Homework Help Classof1
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As a business makes profits or losses the level of equity in the business will rise or fall. It therefore needs to monitor the effect on the leverage. Profits will reduce leverage and provide the... More > business with capacity to take on further borrowings and vice versa.< Less
Tired of Making Your Utility Company Rich By Herbert Young
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Here, for the first time, is specific information on the energy crisis that we face and the options available for your home. This eBook gives in simple, non-technical terms the reasons and factors... More > you need to consider in determining what energy alternatives are available to you. It discusses energy use and why you, as a homeowner, must take action now! It also includes steps you need to take to make your home as energy efficient as possible. You will learn what your energy options are and how you can take advantage of existing technology to make your home more comfortable while saving money. This eBook, Tired of Making Your Utility Company Rich?, Discover How You Can Prepare for the Coming Energy Crisis includes the resources and references you need to pursue your dream of being free from your utility company while being part of the global energy solution.< Less
La Vida --2 By Red Jordan Arobateau
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This is the continuing journal in master author Red Jordan Arobateau's Journey series--this is the 14th book. The life of a transsexual man, senior citizen, artist, artistic writer, some say... More > pornographer. His spiritual seeking, his parrot & cat care, his hustling to survive economically in the high price global Mecca of San Francisco. His daily adventures.< Less
The Future of Airlines By Farrukh Khan
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With oil prices rising to more than US$110 and fears of recession in developed economies, the future looks bleak for the global airline industry. However, air transport is very much needed and it is... More > difficult to imagine a world without airlines. The global airline industry has had to endure hard times in the past and the cyclical nature of the business often means that losses that are generated in difficult times have to be recouped when economic conditions are more favourable. Thus, airlines are for the longer term investors. However, it is unlikely that the price of oil will make it possible to reduce operating costs substantially and this means that the global airline industry is expected to change in the future. New energy efficient aircrafts and the idea of transnational airlines point to some of the changes that can be expected. This brief essay presents a discussion about the future of global airlines with the analysis making use of the scenario planning and PEST analysis methods.< Less
The Future of Airlines By Farrukh Khan
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With oil prices rising to more than US$110 and fears of recession in developed economies, the future looks bleak for the global airline industry. However, air transport is very much needed and it is... More > difficult to imagine a world without airlines. The global airline industry has had to endure hard times in the past and the cyclical nature of the business often means that losses that are generated in difficult times have to be recouped when economic conditions are more favourable. Thus, airlines are for the longer term investors. However, it is unlikely that the price of oil will make it possible to reduce operating costs substantially and this means that the global airline industry is expected to change in the future. New energy efficient aircrafts and the idea of transnational airlines point to some of the changes that can be expected. This brief essay presents a discussion about the future of global airlines with the analysis making use of the scenario planning and PEST analysis methods.< Less