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Why Building Back Better Means More than Structural Safety
Bill Flinn

be used for private domestic houses, where the cash-strapped family has difficult choices to make. Moreover, there is a difficult balance to be met between responding to the priorities of the family within their means, their duty of care to their neighbours, wider family and future generations and the important consideration of not undermining national building codes. Again, the need for good information is paramount, to ensure that families are aware of the consequences of the choices they make and don’t compromise the safety and welfare of neighbours and family

Journal of Humanitarian Affairs
Math Noortmann
and
Luke D. Graham

: social, economic, cultural and environmental development are in balance; and this development is not at the expense of future generations. The ‘polluter pays’ principle provides that the costs of environmental damage, as well as the costs of preventing, reducing, and controlling environmental damage, are borne by the

in The basics of international law
Law and Justice’s continued popularity among citizens
Jarosław Kuisz

. “Shaping the identity of young Poles must be founded not on shame, as it is today, but on dignity and pride,” promised the Law and Justice leader. 66 He associates shame with readiness to admit that not all of Polish history is necessarily heroic and that future generations need public discussion of the darker moments of the nation’s past. The point is that Kaczyński was not thinking

in The new politics of Poland
Jarosław Kuisz

a sceptical, if not outright negative, attitude towards the West become part of the identity of future generations of Poles. Even after the outbreak of war in Ukraine, an official school textbook was published under the auspices of the Ministry of Education warning against harmful ideologies from the West. 12 So, for the time being the sovereignists will remain sovereignists

in The new politics of Poland
An introduction
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compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs’. 65 The Report was prepared for the 1992 Rio Conference on Environment and Development at which the Rio Declaration of Principles was adopted. The Declaration builds on the Brundtland foundation, albeit in a highly abstract way. Its central provisions are Principles 3 and 4. The former states that ‘[t]‌he right to development must be

in The law of the sea
Abstract only
Margaret Brazier
,
Emma Cave
, and
Rob Heywood

development of CRISPR-Cas9, a tool that can cut away strands of DNA and removes, adds to or otherwise alters sections of the DNA sequence. CRISPR, which emerged in 2012 and has since developed rapidly, can potentially correct genetic defects. It also has potential to engineer mutations into human embryos, which could be passed on to future generations. CRISPR has been injected into the

in Medicine, patients and the law
Jarosław Kuisz

Second Republic of Poland (1918–39). Under communism, generations of patriots were raised on an idealised vision of this state – a state perhaps undemocratic and with a short lifespan but certainly independent and worthy of being an inspiration for future generations despite its military defeat in 1939. This vision of the past, of course, is not just nostalgic. Thinking in terms

in The new politics of Poland
Jarosław Kuisz

was obvious that the founding fathers had no shared vision of the recent past. Foreign praise for Polish transitional justice achievements 30 starkly contrasted with the lack of a unifying political narrative in the country itself – let alone consensus on any common political heroes and role models from contemporary history for future generations. Consequently, to build any

in The new politics of Poland
Jarosław Kuisz

, over a quarter of a century, the country had achieved its strategic goals, gaining membership in NATO and the EU, and successfully restarting the economy that was ruined after communism. The question of what to do next remained open. Who are we? Do we want “ever more Europe” or maybe “more Poland”? Which economic model would be better for future generations? What are our

in The new politics of Poland
Conserving marine biodiversity
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, the ‘sustainable use’ of the ‘components’ of biodiversity, ‘sustainable use’ is defined in article 2 as ‘the use of components of biological diversity in a way and at a rate that does not lead to the long-term decline of biological diversity, thereby maintaining its potential to meet the needs and aspirations of present and future generations’. The phrase ‘components of

in The law of the sea