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“The Community Right-to-Know provisions increase the public’s access to information on chemicals at individual facilities, their uses, and releases into the environment.”
“MR. MOSSBERG: You've been thinking about the impact of the access to information and the mobile revolution and the cloud and all these things on foreign policy, on governments.”
“Teoth received the news from Eighth-of-Records, who because of his job had access to information routinely denied the rest of the crew.”
“Poor access to information is a major culprit in the selloff of China's overseas-listed companies.”
“The answer depends on three main reasons why socioeconomic gaps ordinarily widen as a consequence of diffusion: (1) “ups” have greater access to information that creates awareness of innovations; (2) they have greater access to innovation-evaluation information from peers; and (3) “ups” possess greater slack resources for adopting innovations than do “downs.””
“Nevertheless even though Gregory, a late successor of Gatianus, may have had access to information on the beginnings of his church, it must not be forgotten that an interval of three hundred years separates him from the events he chronicles; moreover, this statement of his involves some serious chronological difficulties, of which he was himself aware, e.g. in the case of the bishops of Paris.”
“You have come to a war capitalby which the official meant that those with access to information felt besieged by the terrorist threat.”
“One of globalization’s worst trends has been wealthy often predominantly white nations exporting the filthiest, most poisonous factories and facilities to countries that have weaker environmental, health, and worker protection laws; less capacity to monitor and enforce those standards that do exist; and, very important, less public access to information and involvement in the decision process.”
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An extract from the "Zold Tolmacs" project, a HU-EN environmental dictionary compiled by Robert Gulyas in 2000.
AA battery, aa lava, aapa mire, abandon the project, abandon the sewer..., abandoned car, abandoned dyke, abandoned farm, abandoned field, abandoned industr..., abandoned industr..., abandoned land and 5386 more...
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