1. My guess is "El Día de la Canción Criolla"
2. "Rapid urbanization has produced a volatile mass of people whose demands for housing and social services - health, sanitation, education, transportation, and electricity - leads to a distortion in the pattern of public expenditure, which not only leads to a reduction in public expenditures on services related directly to production, but also imposes a burden on the limited financial capacity of governments."
3. "Depletion of natural resources and ecosystem changes"
– ...infrastructure-induced land use changes, partition of habitats, etc.
* Almost 3/4 of the way down the powerpoint webpage (see below)
4. My guess is a larger selection of things to choose from because open trade is made easier between countries.
"Neoliberal economics emphasizes free trade and elimination of barriers to foreign investment. These two things have been the basis for globalization—the free flow of goods, trade, and cultural ideas across national borders."
"...most goods can flow freely among member countries."
5. Australia, Brunei, Cambodia, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Nicaragua, North Korea, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Peru, Philippines, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, United States of America, Vietnam, and "The island countries of the Pacific", which are Australia, Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nauru, New Zealand, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu
6. URBAN- of, relating to, characteristic of, or constituting a city
SUBURBAN- an outlying part of a city or town b: a smaller community adjacent to or within commuting distance of a city cplural : the residential area on the outskirts of a city or large town
RURAL- of or relating to the country, country people or life, or agriculture
7. FAVORABLE- Having exports which exceed imports.
UNFAVORABLE- Value of a country's imports exceeding the value of its exports
8. Agriculture, Livestock, Fishing, Industry, Mining and Power, Transportation and Communications (top of webpage- see below)
9. "A census of the population and the housing fund is a paramount source of information on the size and the characteristics of the population in any locality, as it produces an inventory of a country's most important belonging: Its human capital."
* This is making the assertion that people are a commodity. Overall, it aids the economy in lettingthe government know what the population "as a whole" desires so they can make their profitable adjustments accordingly.
10. "The implications of this population movement - this tectonic shift - from rural to urban in countries across the world are profound. It will create tremendous new pressures on federal and local governments, which will be faced with the challenge of providing physical infrastructure and social services to ever-expanding metropolitan populations. It will create new opportunities for business to satisfy a new set of requirements associated with rapidly growing urban centers. And it suggests the potential for unprecedented social, health-related, economic, and security VOLATILITY in the future."
11. NATURAL- economically refers to as land or raw materials
CAPITAL- Productive asset such as equipment, inventory, and plant, that (unlike a natural resource) is man-made and employed in generation of income
HUMAN- Scarcest and most crucial productive resource that creates the largest and longest lasting advantage for an organization. It resides in the knowledge, skills, and motivation of people, is the least mobile of the four factors of production, and (under right conditions) learns and grows better with age and experience which no other resource can.
12. SUPERFUND- the common name for the United States environmental policy officially known as the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act, enacted by U.S. Congress...in response to the Love Canal disaster and the environmental contamination at the Valley of the Drums.
13. "The Ramayana explains the teachings of the Vedas in the form of stories, to spread learning and understanding amongst all. It teaches philosophy, politics, the concept of duty and the different kinds of duties, morality and truth, in an easy and simplified manner to those who cannot understand the complex language of the Vedas. It expounds ideal behavior and the ideal way of life. It emphasises the importance of the spoken word, especially a promise made by anyone in a responsible position. It also highlights the strength of Hindu women, and the sacrifice they are capable of."
14. "Although patriotism is used in certain vernaculars as a synonym for nationalism, nationalism is not considered an inherent part of patriotism. Among the ancient Greeks, patriotism consisted of notions concerning language, religious traditions, ethics, law and devotion to the common good, rather than pure identification with a nation-state."
15. THE SWADESHI POLICY- the boycott of foreign-made goods, especially British goods. Swadeshi means "self-sufficiency".
THE SALT SATYAGRAHA- a campaign of non-violent protest against the British salt tax in colonial India which began with the Salt March to Dandi on March 12, 1930.
* (This is kind of loose, but..) Ghandi lived in a SELF-SUFFICIENT RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY- "Sabarmati ashram was the scene of many events of the Indian independence movement. Gandhi made it his home from 1917 to 1930. While at the Ashram, Gandhi formed a school that focused on manual labour, agriculture, and literacy to advance his efforts for self-sufficiency."
* The key word is "self-sufficiency". "It was from [his community] that he started the Dandi March in 1930."
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