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27) Having identified public trust as the depletable resource in cyberspace, Bus continues, "Public and private sector must work together at the international level to build a well balanced infrastructure of technology and law/regulation that will give citizens trust to use the opportunities of the new digital world.
and one of the policies of the chapter is to "approach the maximum attainable recycling of depletable resources.
Hess and Ostrom differentiate between natural resources, which are depletable and rivalrous, and human-made resources (like information commons), which are non-depletable and non rivalrous, meaning that one person's use of the resource does not limit or subtract from another person's chance to use or build upon it.
It is a well-established point in the economics literature that the production of depletable mineral resources is in fact a form of liquidation of an inherited asset, and should be treated primarily as a capital account transaction, with a minor component of value added.
In all these countries, depletable or exhaustible resources belong the state and are, in turn, the birthright of current and future generations.
If drilling and development work is done by a contractor under an agreement with the operator, intangible drilling and development costs do not include those amounts that are payable to the contractor out of production or proceeds from production if such amounts are depletable income in the hands of the contractor, or amounts that are properly allocable to the cost of depreciable property.
Unfortunately, according to Rifkin, our desired extended consciousness can only be attained by the carefully orchestrated consumption of entire stores of earth's depletable biological energy reserves (for example, wood, coal, oil, gas).
that to protect depletable resources and sustainable development, China will
12) In footnote 5 of the Court's opinion, the Court quoted, with apparent approval, a 1950 ruling of the Commissioner which concluded that the sale of an oil payment right that extends over a period that is less than the life of the depletable interest from which it was carved will cause ordinary income to the seller; but the sale of an oil payment right that constitutes the entire depletable interest of the seller will cause capital gain to the seller.
Energy for Keeps: Creating Clean Electricity from Renewable Resources" discusses possible new sources of power for the world, that are constantly and consistently renewable unlike depletable energy such as coal.
He pointed out that despite the noticeable decline in oil prices in the past, yet prices of commodities in manufacturing countries did not remain the same, which is "unjust for our depletable commodity that is oil.
In the third text, A Theoretical Essay on Sustainability and Environmentally Balanced Output Growth: Natural Capital, Constrained Depletion of Resources and Pollution Generation, Augusto Marcos Carvalho de Sena offers "a clear definition of natural capital, connects it to a qualitative concept of sustainability and, supported by two analytical models and a set of studies on related environmental literature, to show that sustainability can be attained via imposition of controls over production processes that use depletable natural resources and generate pollution".