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- DocumentProceedings of the National Academy of Science, 2007This article provides an overview of the range of climate change impacts on the fisheries industry including discussion on present and future production, trends and threats.DocumentEcology, 2005Research paper invesigating increased incidences of coral bleaching in the Caribbean under higher sea surface temperatures. I concludes that coral bleaching is likely to become a chronic source of stress for Caribbean reefs in the near future.DocumentPhilippine Institute for Development Studies, 2010The 2008/2009 Philippine Human Development Report (PHDR), which carries the fifth update of the provincial human development indices (HDIs) in the country, looks more closely into this concernas it presents the interprovince measures of the subcomponents of human development.Document
Korea’s developmental experiences in operating competition policies for lasting economic developmentKorea Development Institute, 2014Korean competition policies were enacted in December 1980 and took effect in April 1981. At the time, only 10 developed nations in the world, including Germany, Japan and the US, had competition policies in effect within their respective legal systems.DocumentKorea Development Institute, 2014In the early 1960s, Korea was one of the poorest countries in the world that lacked financial resources for economic development and was highly dependent on foreign aid. The Park Chung-hee administration that came to power through the May 16 Military Revolution pursued strong economic development policies thatDocument
Future of reefs in a changing environment: An ecosystem approach to managing Caribbean coral reefs in the face of climate change: Belize country profileThe Centre for Resource Management and Environmental Studies - University of the West Indies, 2014This report provides a summary of governance and livelihoods research conducted as part of the Future of Reefs in a Changing Environment (FORCE) project.Document2010One of the key programmes of the PhilHealth is its Sponsored Program for the less privileged wherein health insurance coverage is open to qualified indigents belonging to the lowest 25 percent of the Philippine population.Document
Assessment of the community structure, status, health and resilience of coral reefs off St. Kitts and Nevis2007From June 4-12, 2011 the Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation, in collaboration with seven divers from St. Kitts and Nevis, two researchers from Grenada, and six scientists from The Nature Conservancy, characterized the coral reefs around St. Kitts and Nevis. The team examined 25 different reef communities on the leeward and windward sides of the islands at depths of 0-25 m.Document
A study on the Korean government's supporting measures for private firms' science, technology, and innovation promotionKorea Development Institute, 2014The Technique Innovation Support System Overview is the artificial policy measures that the government can affect for technological innovation of enterprises. It is being performed through various policy initiatives and institutions. Research & Development (R&D) activities expanded and distributed, and each department is responsible depending on the role and functions.DocumentPhilippine Institute for Development Studies, 2008Historically, the Philippine cement industry thrived under a government-sanctioned cartel. Due to the economic slump in the early 1970s, cement firms pushed for government regulation to prevent cut throat competition. The government allocated supply, controlled prices and regulated entry in the industry.