- Agriculture in China--a deteriorating situation Vermeer, E. B. // Ecologist;1984, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p6
No abstract available.
- Desertification control: a framework for action Dregne, H. E. // Environmental Monitoring & Assessment;Aug/Sep1995, Vol. 37 Issue 1-3, p111
No abstract available.
- Should local councils reclaim ownership of the public realm? NO. Kelly, Crispin // Building Design;6/3/2011, Issue 1968, p11
The article offers developer Crispin Kelly's insights on the debate over the public space reclaim ownership of local councils in Great Britain.
- RAIN, RITUAL, AND RECLAMATION: THE FAILURE OF IRRIGATION ON THE ZUNI AND NAVAJO RESERVATIONS, 1883-1914. MicMillen, Christian W. // Western Historical Quarterly;Winter2000, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p434
Focuses on the failure of reclamation efforts of the Indian Service on the Navajo and Zuni Indian Reservations in the United States from 1883 to 1914. Prioritization and funding of the Indian Service; Role of the Indian people on the failure of the irrigation projects; Information on the...
- Reclamation Policy and the Water Subsidy: An Analysis of the Distributional Consequences of Emerging Policy Choices. LeVeen, E. Phillip; Goldman, George E. // American Journal of Agricultural Economics;Dec78, Vol. 60 Issue 5, p929
Deals with a study which examined the impact of the Reclamation Act of 1902 on irrigation projects in the United States. Magnitude of the water subsidy; Benefits of the water subsidy; Conclusion.
- Reclamation, Licensing, and the Law: Japan's Courts Take Up the Henoko Base Issue. Takayoshi, Igarashi // Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus;1/1/2016, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p1
On December 27, 2013, then-governor of Okinawa Nakaima Hirokazu approved a permit to reclaim land off the coast of Henoko in Nago City, Okinawa in order to build a U.S. Marine Corps airfield. Current Okinawa governor Onaga Takeshi won a landslide victory against Nakaima in November 2014 on a...
- Environmental justice and the use of history. Lord, Charles P.; Shutkin, William A. // Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review;Fall94, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p1
Discusses how American Indians and the poor are adversely affected by zoning and land ownership laws. Environmental case law critiques; Abenaki tribal Indians and the judicial stripping of their aboriginal title; Use of history to legalize oppression of minorities and marginalized communities;...
- Mexican Migration and the 160-Acre Water Limitation. Taylor, Paul S. // California Law Review;May75, Vol. 63 Issue 3, p732
Discusses the parallel histories of Mexican migration and United States government's land reclamation policies. Goals of such policies; Patterns of ownership; Roles Mexican Americans should take in seeking reform of land reclamation practices.
- The Paths to Difference: Social and Economic Choices in Three Postâ€war Agrarian Settlements of Northâ€eastern Japan. Torsello, Davide // Social Science Japan Journal;Apr2002, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p37
In 1946, among the main postâ€war social and economic recovery measures, the occupied Japanese government and the Allied leadership undertook a farâ€reaching Land Reclamation Policy. The aim of this paper is to analyse the social and economic features of three new villages created...