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"Fly-in/fly-out" is a form of work organization that has become the standard model for new mining, petroleum and other types of resource development in remote areas. In many places this "no town" model has replaced that of the "new town." The work system has both...
This paper argues that the West cannot remain the West if it becomes indifferent or hostile to its religious heritage.
Small Island Developing States have narrow resource bases and are extremely reliant on fossil fuel based energy for electricity generation. These island economies are also particularly vulnerable to the impacts of peak oil and climate change. The objective of this research was to ascertain the...
A collection of information on intergenerational relationships, in seventeen different languages.
Law professor, cultural observer and theorist on religion and pluralism, Prof Iain Benson, will offer some insights and guidance on steps he argues are essential for education, justice and politics in our time.
The Sea Level Rise and Coastal Flood Hazard Scenarios and Tools Interagency Task Force, jointly convened by the U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP) and the National Ocean Council (NOC), began its work in August 2015. The Task Force has focused...
Canadians, and many people around the world, are increasingly purchasing, and using, electronic devices meant to capture and record the relative levels of a person’s fitness.
Unlike past fitness devices, such as pedometers, electronic fitness trackers are designed to display aggregate...
Americans have a long history of predicting the demise of their nation, only to be proven wrong. However, with a gridlocked government and the rise of China, some observers believe the United States may actually be entering a period of long-term decline....
Iron deficiency is one of the most common nutritional problems, and occurs in a wide range of age groups.
There have been many recent opinions about iron, particularly in the infant's diet. There are no accurate Australian figures for the prevalence of iron deficiency...
Why do people create and innovate? And how does intellectual property law encourage, or discourage, the process?
In this talk Jessica Silbey -- Professor at Suffolk University Law School -- discusses her recent book The Eureka Myth: Creators, Innovators, and Everyday Intellectual Property, which...