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  1. Library Resource
    juillet, 2005

    The Royal Government of Cambodia signed a notification No 05 on Grant of economic land concession for investment project under implement framework of directive 02 on strengthening state property management on 13 June 2005. This notification consists of 2 main articles:
    Article 1: to implement the directive 02 to grand the economic land concession less than 10, 000 hectares in accordance to Land Law and,
    Article 2: to frame the criteria for the competent institution to grant the economic land concession.

  2. Library Resource
    Publication évaluée par des pairs
    août, 2005

    En las áreas metropolitanas europeas, la construcción de redes de infraestructuras, fundamentalmente las de transporte, está propiciando la extensión de expectativas urbanísticas a ámbitos territoriales cada vez más amplios, en los que se dan simultáneamente procesos de especialización por tipos de usos y de rentas.

  3. Library Resource
    Publication évaluée par des pairs
    décembre, 2005

    This paper analyses various aspects of environmental impact of the mineral resources’ exploitation in the mining basins, which can be listed as agricultural (and forest) land intake, relocation of the settlements, water course rearrangement, repositioning of roads and other infrastructure systems, decrease in level of ground water, etc. The paper points to the possible application of new technologies in mineral resources exploitation as well as to certain economic (external) effects.

  4. Library Resource
    Publication évaluée par des pairs
    décembre, 2005

    Las cuencas son complejos sistemas ambientales en que se desarrollan procesos geomorfológicos, hidrológicos, climáticos y ecológicos, que son impactados por la urbanización. En este trabajo se estudian seis cuencas del piedemonte andino de la ciudad de Santiago que se encuentran en diferentes fases del proceso de urbanización, variando entre Macul-San Ramón, en donde casi el 40% de su superficie ha sido incorporada a la ciudad, y Pirque, que mantiene aún sus características agrícolas y rurales.

  5. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    juillet, 2005

    Millions of people from Burma have migrated into neighboring countries over the past decade.
    Most have left their country in search of security and safety as a direct result of internal conflict
    and militarization, severe economic hardship and minority persecution. This exodus represents
    one of the largest migration flows in Southeast Asia.
    Fearing persecution, the vast majority of those migrating from Burma find themselves desperate
    to survive, obtaining work in underground and, often, illegal labor markets. The majority of those

  6. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    mars, 2005

    Battered Burma’s unanswered question: when will the fighting end?...

    "The horrors of war are all too visible on Myo Myint’s scarred body. The former Burma Army trooper has only one arm and one leg. The fingers of one hand are just stumps, he’s almost blind in one eye and pieces of landmine shrapnel still lodge in his body.

    Myo Myint: Crippled and disillusioned by war

    Myo Myint is one of countless thousands of men and women maimed for life in Burma’s ongoing civil war, which has been raging for more than half a century—one of Asia’s longest unsolved conflicts...

  7. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    août, 2005

    Landmines take a heavy toll in lives and livelihoods...

    "A dozen or so years ago, Mee Reh was helping to secure a rebel-held area of Burma’s eastern Karenni State with landmines. Today he is helping to secure a new life for landmine victims.

    Mee Reh, 38, is one of 11 workers making artificial limbs at a small workshop in a Karenni refugee camp in Thailand’s northern Mae Hong Son province. The enterprise is run by Handicap International, an international organization working to ban the use of landmines and to help landmine victims.

  8. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    septembre, 2005

    Big companies push small prospectors aside in hunt for Burma’s riches...

    "In Alice in Wonderland, the Red Queen tells Alice: “A word means what I want it to mean.” That sums up in one sentence the state of Burma’s statute books—particularly those decrees relating to mining the country’s rich resources.

    Robert Moody, in his 1998 “Report on Mining in Burma,” put it more directly. The law on mining passed by the Rangoon regime in 1994, he said, “is not just one, but a parade of farts in a bucket.”

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