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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Paul Hunt has been appointed as Chief Inspector Extractives in the High Hazards Unit.
De meme, la production des industries extractives a enregistre une baisse de 8,9% durant l'annee 2017.
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.
It focuses on enhancing the efficiency and benefits of data disclosures from government and industry in support of achieving clear development outcomes from extractives investments.
The UNU-WIDER project on extractives for development seeks to contribute to the development of good policies.
In this study, bark autoclave extractives from the mountain pine beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae Hopkins)-infested lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta Dougl.
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.
Especially, the researchers in our university had analyzed many wooden products, pyrolysis products (9-15), and woody extractives (12-23), and some researchers also explored a variety of biological active ingredients and wood biomass (16-30).
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, the Ghana Minerals Commission, and the Ghana Chamber of Mines are working together to strengthen smaller, local businesses involved in Ghana's extractives industry, a major contributor to jobs and economic growth in the country.
At the Philippine Extractives Industries Transparency Initiative (PH-EITI) forum late Wednesday, the groups, including the Department of Finance (DOF), are keen on proposing a bill that will require mining and oil companies to disclose their revenue, tax and royalty reports.
Johnson is a long-time proponent of the need for in-country value-added processing of Africa's natural resources as a means of local retention of a greater share of the value-chain leading to local and regional economic growth, a key impetus for this roundtable was the 2013 African Progress Panel report entitled Equity in Extractives.