Different racial and socioeconomic backgrounds take a massive toll on the American nation - in moral, civic and economic terms (Kopp 2012). In fact, children living in struggle during formative years affect their life and attitude (“Jonathan Kozol” 2012). Most family’s situation is too honest to have to panhandle in the street. The cruel fact caused that those poor children cannot accept a well education. It is a crucial reminder that most economically disadvantaged children will not overcome their circumstances unless we commit ourselves to systemic changes and eliminate the root causes, from poverty to segregation (Kopp 2012).
• Management performance monitoring – monitoring of the implementation and effectiveness of the environmental management system (e.g. nature of complaints, number of corrective actions completed). Monitoring data informs the overall management of the activities. It does not directly inform operational aspects, but may indirectly through the management review process. Audits In the report, it is important to have the establishment of an internal and external program of audits in order to meet regulatory requirements and international standards during construction and operations phases.
An overview to Flood vulnerability assessment methods Introduction The purpose of this paper is to review current knowledge on flood vulnerability assessment. Managing different risks with the aim of safety and wellbeing of people and their environment saving is one of the main purposes and responsibilities of city authorities worldwide. To managing these risks, vulnerability reduction and increasing resilience are significant approaches. One of the first actions for achieving this aim is managing risk by measuring vulnerability to identifying vulnerable areas (Takemoto, 2011). Conceptualizing flood vulnerability assessment Flood risk There are many definitions of risk.
INTRODUCTION TO SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: Sustainable Development is the plan to understand the world and the problems arising in this world and to solve these problems. The overcrowding of people in the world at great rate is creating enormous problems in the world. The poor are starving for food, water, health care and proper shelter to survive in this world. Those living just above the poverty level are striving for improved future for their children. Those who are living in the high-income world are hoping that technology will offer them and their families even higher living standards.
In order to end poverty, rich countries should cooperate with each other and help poor countries. As a result of poverty, millions of lives are lost worldwide. Children in poor countries suffer from malnutrition due to lack of food. Future scenarios What
Developing countries which have high rate of population are often resource-stricken which means that any enhancement in the quality of human capital will improve the growth level of the economy. However, human capital development depends upon the education of the future labour force. But, at the micro level if parents favour work over education for their children, this will trigger poverty by decreasing their contribution to the economy and by lowering their income generating potential (Glewwe, 2002), which will eventually trap the household in a vicious intergenerational cycle of poverty (Baland & Robinson, 2000). In another context where parents let their children work with getting education side by side, work will still have a negative effect on the child’s learning and, will impact the human advancement and growth. For example, children who work will sometimes miss school or will utilize their spare time
SAFETY OF OUR NATION’S WATER The following paper explain the water system, how it may be vulnerable to intentional acts, and the actions taken and research done to better protect and improve the water system infrastructure. Water is essential to life and it is obvious that an adequate supply of clean portable water is essential not only for personal health but also for maintaining the nation’s economic wellbeing. One of our greatest engineering accomplishments of the twentieth century was the development of our nation’s water systems which includes; 1. The water supply system (including reservoirs, dams, rivers, aquifer systems, and water wells). 2.
That the rich consume too much can be due to the cause that the rich think that increased consumption equals increased development and wealth. (Baker p20) Radical change is needed to reach the WBCSD Vision 2050, the needs of the poor should be fulfilled and wants of the rich need to be
In developing countries, Child less than 18 years works very hard works. Many causes make them accept like these works as the Globalization and the poverty that is the main cause that forces the parents to force their children to work, also the school problem from the distance of the school to the quality of education. The child labor has a lot of consequences as the physical consequences which may lead to delay in physical development or the higher risk for diseases such as respiratory illnesses, other consequence is the difficulty in social development which leads to several Psychiatric illnesses. The government works on this problem by establishing laws and polices but unfortunately all this efforts are not effective, so there must be more effort to facing the poverty and changing the parents thinking to let their child to educate and enjoy their childhood. Not only government has a role but also all people in society have to cooperate to have a society without a child labor today to have a society without any criminals or Patients
Meeting the demands of consistently increasing population and other sectors of economy water has become an asset because of its essential role in every work. As modernization is on the verge of its highest peak, leading to the changing lifestyle of people and economy of a country as well. Increasing demand of industrial and agricultural commodities led to the evolution of water crisis lacunae to be checked for securing future of a nation and globally ( Brooks, 2007). Overall water use of agriculture, industrial and domestic sectors are 90%, 7% and 3% respectively (AQUASTAT,2015) . This reflects the agricultural sector sucking the major part of water resources as compared to other sectors which is very negligible.