extractives


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extractives

Substances in wood such as colorants, oils, tannins, resin, etc., that are not an integral part of the cell structure and can be removed with solvents.
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Emerging technologies and implications for accountability in extractives
C'est notamment le cas des entreprises dans les industries extractives (secteur des hydrocarbures et services petroliers), les activites financieres et les transports et communications.
The event was launched by a presentation from UNU-WIDER's researcher Alan Roe (https://www.wider.unu.edu/expert/alan-r-roe) entitled 'Extractives as a catalyst for economic transformation: issues from African experiences (http://igmozambique.wider.unu.edu/sites/default/files/Event/Roe_Alan.pdf)'.
Presentations were made by the civil society representativesregarding the project on preparation of the Azerbaijan Standard for EIT reporting, determining the level of participation of civil society institutions in establishment and implementation of EIT system and analysis on compliance of reports and disclosures on extractive companies' payments on oil, gas and other extractives to the Government and Government's receipts from extractive companies with principles and criteria of April 5, 2017 Decree.
The Conference is intended to discuss and find answers to burning issues arising from the use of Africa's lucrative extractive industries, including how ownership transparency can be key to preventing tax evasion, mitigating illicit financial flows and raising revenues from extractives.
'The purpose of this bill is aligned with President Duterte's call during the SONA (State of the Nation Address) to guarantee that extractives proceeds contribute to all, not just a select few, for today and tomorrow,' Bantay Kita National Coordinator Tina Pimentel said.
To get things right in oil resource governance, the Kenyan government should fully embrace the disclosure of information on extractives. Contract disclosure equips citizens with the information with which to hold the government and companies to account.
La production des industries extractives a enregistre une baisse de 12,0% au cours du mois de fevrier 2018 en glissement annuel, due principalement a la baisse remarquable de la production du phosphate brut.
The certificates awarded to the participating students - who hail from 23 African universities across the region - represent a strong foundation in the emerging issues which will govern the future of the extractives industry, from transparency and corporate social responsibility to gender balance, labour rights and environmental protection.
In this study, bark autoclave extractives from the mountain pine beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae Hopkins)-infested lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta Dougl.) were used for partially replacing petroleum-based phenol in the phenol-formaldehyde (PF) resol resin synthesis.
While Europe and North America combined have only ten per cent of their 71 World Heritage sites overlapped by extractive activity, that figure rises to as much as 61 per cent of Africa's 41 sites, a situation which Susanne Schmitt, Extractives and Infrastructure Manager at WWF-UK, blames on the lack of information accessible for some parts of the world over others.