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Mansholt

Sicco Leendert . 1908--95, Dutch economist and politician; vice president (1958--72) and president (1972--73) of the European Economic Community Commission. He was the author of the Mansholt Plan for the agricultural organization of the European Economic Community
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On the one hand, Cuba's "special period" (1991--2000) and, on the other, the Mansholt Commission (1972-1973).
'De Meadows a Mansholt: L'invention du ,,zegisme'".
The reaction of the agricultural community was too aggressive so that Sicco Mansholt was soon forced to reduce the scope of some of his proposals.
Por eso, en otras paginas, como la 107 y la 112, encontramos la critica despiadada de Schumacher contra el "experto" Mansholt, con su supuesta sabiduria de suprimir todo rastro de la agricultura en la entonces Comunidad Economica Europea, a favor de la industrializacion simple del sector.
Population 1 consisted of 144 doubled haploid lines derived from the cross between doubled haploid lines of the two canola cultivars, Mansholt's Hamburger Raps and Samourai (Uzunova et al., 1995; Gul, 2002), and the parental lines were grown at two locations in 1999 and 2000 in a randomized block design with two replicates.
Contact him at 12706 Mansholt Road, Bunker Hill, IL 62014.
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Now multimedia performer Silke Mansholt plans to awaken the memories of that darker age with a specially commissioned work to be performed in the Bluecoat concert hall.
Stressing that the case had yet to go before a jury, MGM spokeswoman Shelley Mansholt said it was the hotel's "ultimate desire" for the case to go before the U.S.
Un exemple d'ambiguite ideologique :le rapport Mansholt. Technologies, ideologies et pratiques.
Over-capacity in European agriculture was foreseen as long ago as 1969, when Dr Sicco Mansholt, the then Agricultural Commissioner of the European Union (EU), recommended that 5 million hectares could be taken out of farming for forestry and recreational uses.