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biopiracy

biopiracy  

The unauthorized and uncompensated collection of biological resources (indigenous plants and animals) by individuals or companies who then use or patent them for their own benefit. Illegal ...
developed country

developed country  

In the language of international affairs, including international health, this is a country whose citizens have on average a sufficient income to enjoy the good things of life and usually have access ...
flexible accumulation

flexible accumulation  

The use of innovative industrial technologies, adaptable inter-firm relations, variable organizational structures, and flexible consumption, in response to competition from newly industrializing and ...
flood

flood  

Floods occur when peak discharge exceeds channel capacity, and this may be brought about naturally by intense precipitation (Wilson and Rashid (2005) Canad. Geogr./Géog. canad. 49, 1), snow- and ...
life expectancy

life expectancy  

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The length of time that an individual organism (such as a person) is expected to live. See also lifespan.
new international division of labour

new international division of labour  

(NIDL)A global division of labour associated with the growth of transnational corporations and the deindustrialization of the advanced economies. The most common pattern is for research and ...

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