In "Committing Canadian Sociology," Ralph Matthews (2014) outlines a refreshingly positive vision for Canadian Sociology in which the Canadian experience features prominently and serves to inform our analyses of resource extraction
in the context of broader social processes a, la Staples Theory.
Foreign companies manage nearly all resource extraction
in Africa, because they alone have the necessary technical skills to carry out such an activity.
In the old MDP, resource extraction
in that area was covered by a "number of very broad statements," said Tim Ford, the city's senior planner for the west unit.
Faced with ocean-management decisions, politicians have historically tipped in favour of resource extraction
, not protection.
Allowing logging to take place there would signify a reversal of the contentious Clinton-era "roadless rule" banning road-building and resource extraction
on 58 million untracked acres within the country's sprawling national forest system.
This is a testament to the hard work of Appalachian communities and anti-coal activists across the country, whose collective pressure left Bank of America with little choice but to abandon its support for this barbaric form of resource extraction
," said Tarbotton.
Agriculture and natural resource extraction
have generally been bright spots in the Arkansas economy.
Sparton Resources is also evaluating similar opportunities for by-product uranium resource extraction
in other international locations, and holds a production royalty on the 10 million pound (historical resource) Blizzard uranium deposit in British Columbia.
As Canada's other natural resource extraction
industries face renewed world demand, this indicates what other communities can expect.
The smaller resource extraction
and construction markets are expected to see below average increases.
But both commissions agreed that the world's marine environments are critically endangered due to pollution, development, resource extraction
and myriad other human-induced problems, and stressed that stronger governance and innovative technological and policy solutions are needed urgently to help avert a global crisis.
activities are banned or regulated in Antarctica, but bio-prospecting activities suffer no such limitation.