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Likeability Blueprint

Have you ever wondered why more people don't like you as much as you feel they should? Are you a nice person that simply doesn't get the attention and love from other people that you should? Believe it or not, this is not your fault, and it's nothing about you! All you have to do is find the method to use with people to make them like you, and have NO idea why they like you so much. The method is called Automagnetism. Automagnetism is the way that you carry yourself that suggests things to people's minds that makes them like you without ever knowing way. You will be able to set yourself apart once you use the Likeability Blueprint; people won't know what hit them! All that it takes is a little bit of solid effort, and you can be on your way to getting people all over the place to like you! Continue reading...

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In search of possible causes of mass extinctions

When the subject of extinctions in the geological past comes up, nearly everyone's thoughts turn to dinosaurs. It may well be true that these long-extinct beasts mean more to most children than the vast majority of living creatures. One could even go so far as to paraphrase Voltaire and maintain that if dinosaurs had never existed it would have been necessary to invent them, if only as a metaphor for obsolescence. To refer to a particular machine as a dinosaur would certainly do nothing for its market value. The irony is that the metaphor is now itself obsolete. The modern scientific view of dinosaurs differs immensely from the old one of lumbering, inefficient creatures tottering to their final decline. Their success as dominant land vertebrates through 165 million years of the Earth's history is, indeed, now mainly regarded with wonder and even admiration. If, as is generally thought, the dinosaurs were killed off by an asteroid at the end of the Cretaceous, that is something for...

Environment and sustainability education a framework

In sum, it continues being important to do politics by participating in the public sphere debate. Nevertheless, it is a great challenge because of the way public sphere has been transformed. We agree with Bourdieu's proposal doing politics through language and its symbolic power is an initial but necessary step. Agents' knowledge of their world allows them to act upon it. Politics starts by denouncing doxa's violation, those individual shared everyday opinions, beliefs and judgments. Political subversion starts by vision's cognitive subversion. Nevertheless, the efficacy of this heretic speech does not rest upon language's immanent power or the author's charisma but on the social authority that has built by means of the social institution that authorizes to talk and to use certain kind of language. Methodologically, this requires doing a socio - historic analysis rather than a semiotic one. This means we will be examining how citizens build their practical competence of language use...

What we did right and what we would change

After a few years as a buyer, we realized we needed a strategy for adapting to price increases in the future. We also saw the voluntary market start to put a recognizable premium on exactly the kinds of offsets that had special relevance for us those with benefits beyond carbon reduction or avoidance - credits sometimes referred to as 'gourmet' or charismatic carbon offsets. These are offsets from projects that have attributable local economic benefits, employ local populations, and have social or community benefits or are experimenting with exciting technologies and 'firsts'. As a first step towards controlling pricing, we moved away from buying all of our offsets from these charismatic projects and towards a portfolio of offsets that included some charismatic offsets along with other offsets that met minimum credibility standards but were without these additional benefits. A side benefit that emerged from having a diverse portfolio of projects was the marketing benefit of multiple...

Variation in National Biodiversity Protection Regimes

The range of values attached to biodiversity has expanded and evolved with the movement. Early activism was often associated with movements to preserve charismatic macro-fauna such as whales, dolphins, elephants, and pandas or with the preservation of habitats of great national beauty enshrined in national parks and monuments. More recently, biodiversity has become associated with the preservation of valuable genetic materials from a wide range of life forms, including bacteria, plants, and insects. These changes affect the economic and political calculations of states and communities that control or have access to shrinking repositories of biodiversity. Immediate economic needs may call for the clearing of rain forest, the building of dams, or the planting of modern, high-yield crops. But there may be long-term benefit in the preservation of plants with medicinal properties, insects that control agricultural pests, forests that protect watersheds and downstream water supplies and...

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The African island of Madagascar, situated some 430 kilometers off the coast of Mozambique, is famous for its unique fauna, particularly its charismatic primates, the lemurs. But how the lemurs and other land mammals got there has proved an enduring mystery. To that end, new evidence supports a theory that some experts once considered unlikely namely, that the forerunners of Madagascar's modern mammals reached the island millions of years ago by drifting from the African mainland across the Mozambique Channel on giant rafts of vegetation ripped from the shore and launched out to sea by violent storms.

Polar Bears in a Warming Arctic

Surviving in the frigid Arctic through months of winter darkness and roaming vast areas over the frozen oceans, few species are as charismatic and photogenic as the polar bear (Ursus maritimus) (see Figure 14.1). Sitting at the top of the Arctic marine food web, polar bears provide insight on the status, health and functioning of marine ecosystems over a variety of spatial and temporal scales. Having evolved from a grizzly brown bear (U. arctos) ancestor in a rapid burst of evolution (Waits et al, 1999), polar bears evolved a life history pattern dependent on the sea ice. With this specialization, numerous morphological and physiological adaptations followed.

Financial Resources and Incentives

Cash-starved managers of provincial and municipal-level protected areas then created their own incentives. Those areas with charismatic fauna or other aesthetic values emphasized eco-tourism. Those areas with exploitable natural resources began to develop them. This increased revenues for administration of the reserves but obviously had deleterious effects on the eco-system and species being protected.

Responses of Less Developed Countries

Small island developing states (SIDS) have been particularly vulnerable to climate change and therefore particularly active on the issue. Forty-three states of the Caribbean, Mediterranean, Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Ocean regions have convened a series of conferences on sustainable development under UN auspices. Beginning with the 1994 Barbados conference and the Barbados Programme of Action, SIDS have attempted to generate data, share learning and institutional capacity, and attract and distribute funding from multilateral and bilateral aid agencies for addressing problems of biodiversity conservation, sustainable tourism, renewable energy, coastal and marine resource conservation, as well as climate change. Similarly, the Alliance of Small Island States has seen some success in attracting funding for climate change research and mitigation. Typically, small island states are only lightly industrialized, and with the exception of the few oil exporting states like Trinidad and...

Historical Perspective Concerning Entropy And Caratheodorys Statement Of The Second

In a series of lectures entitled Natural Philosophy of Cause and Choice delivered at Oxford, Born (1949) recalled earlier discussions with his mathematical friend Caratheodory concerning the basis of the second law of thermodynamics and concepts of idealized thermal machines that transform heat into work and vice versa (William Thompson, Lord Kelvin) or pump heat from one reservoir into another (Clausius). As a physicist, Born noted that these were new and strange concepts in that these idealizations lead to the underlying concepts for the second law. Yet while expressing admiration for the men who invented these methods he noted that they were obviously borrowed from engineering and thought they deviated too much from the ordinary methods of physics.

Environmental Interest Groups Origins

New ENGOs with small memberships may have just one primary leader, who carries the organization based on her his prestige and may even defray its expenses. Even large ENGOs with mass memberships, may attract charismatic leaders, as seen in David Brower's leadership of the Sierra Club and then Friends of the Earth. The degree of membership control over leaders is a second variable, and this tends to co-vary with scope of the ENGO. In large, mass-membership organizations, there is likely to be an organizational bureaucracy that may have a great deal to do with setting the goals and activities of the ENGO, and determining its bargaining strategy. In local ENGOs, on the other hand, members may expect to be involved in decisions about tactics as well as strategy. The norm of participatory democracy is more likely to apply, however there are important exceptions based on organizational strategy, the characteristics of leaders, and the national political culture within which the...

Excluding those who break with the green framework

Mation to a new society and that the charismatic leadership of a 'Green Hitler' might be what is needed to break with the current system. Herbert Gruhl, a founder member for the German Greens soon split from the party to form his own right-wing ecological party because the majority of the founders of the German Greens favoured egalitarian social policies and grassroots democracy over his support for an authoritarian and strong state. And the Unabomber, seen by some as a green because of his strong ecological sentiments and critique of the damage done by technology, derided what he saw as symptoms of psychological weakness evidence in current leftism. He believed that these weaknesses were manifested in feminism and arguments for egalitarianism. His strongly naturalistic assumptions about the instinctual character of human nature were used to support anti-egalitarian arguments, based on the traditional conservative idea that inequality is natural.

Loss of Biodiversity and Invasive Species

The loss of biodiversity usually evokes the demise of such charismatic mega-fauna as Indian tigers, Chinese pandas, and Kenyan cheetahs. All these species are greatly endangered, but in terms of irreplaceable ecosystemic services their loss would not even remotely compare with the loss of economically important invertebrates. Both Europe and North America have seen a gradual decline of pollinators, including domesticated honeybees and wild insects. Pollination by bees is an irreplaceable ecosystemic service responsible for as much as one-third of all food consumed in North America, from almonds and apples to pears and pumpkins (fig. 4.11) (NRC 2006a).

From movement intellectuals to network brokers

The kinds of skill and knowledge that are valuable in most of these undertakings and types of brokerage are strikingly different from those that come into play in movement settings. The organizational competence that is intrinsic to network-building tends to be operational, while the movement intellectual tends to be more inspirational, even charismatic, in his or her way of functioning. Making a network like GIN is a matter of fund-raising, public relations, negotiating, and enroling other people into one's particular organizational concept. A movement intellectual is more an articulator of a not-yet-formulated vision (Eyerman and Jamison 1991). Rather than possessing organizational skills, the movement intellectual has what might be termed synthetic skills, fusing disparate knowledge forms into new combinations. Both are hybrids, or trans-disciplinary, but their motivations and criteria for success tend to be somewhat different.

Behavioral Self Control

For example, when her father explained his ingenious system for saving water (recycling water from the sink, to tub, to toilet), Deborah expressed genuine admiration and approval to him directly. Such social reinforcers are powerful controls on our behavior, and provide the basis for entire cultural organization. Expressing our reactions to others' behavior can help change it. Unfortunately, such expressions can also

Sustainability Reports Fluff or Fact

A key way in which companies market their sustainable business work is through annual sustainability reports. These documents are meant to assess the progress the company has made toward that elusive goal. They are marketing pieces that tout the company's progress and successes, and without exception, they feature pictures of mountains, brooks, and charismatic megafauna like elk and deer.

Western Values and the New World

And enhancing national political and military strength. Government programs subsidized the infrastructure needed to support modern forms of agriculture, resource extraction, industry and commerce, and helped establish new settlements to accommodate an expanding population and integrate new lands into the national economic, political and social systems. Policies supporting this social paradigm included wars against and forced resettlement of indigenous peoples, the Homestead Act of 1862, and large grants of public lands to private entrepreneurs as incentives for building railroads. Diversions from this strategy, when they occurred, were not aimed at basic cultural or ideological changes, but rather at either conserving valuable natural resources from utter depletion or preserving charismatic landscapes and creatures from destruction. Conservation strategies might include the replacement of logged-out forests with plantations of rapidly growing species to insure steady supplies of wood...

Technology As Knowledge In Theory

Social and cultural knowledge are not easily transferred across group (or firm) boundaries, still less across national boundaries (language and culture are a big problem in this case). This sort of knowledge has both internal and external dimensions. The internal dimension is organizational and managerial, and depends on the organizational structure. It may be strictly top-down (as in a military organization) or it may incorporate a bottom-up component. Either way, it facilitates essential communication, both vertical and horizontal, shared values, shared goals and effective actions. It enables the group, whether a family, a tribe, a firm or a nation, to function efficiently and effectively as a group. The external aspect enables an organization or firm to communicate effectively and to induce fear, respect, admiration or trust, depending on circumstances that is, to function in 'the marketplace' and in society, in a broad sense.

How far to go

Opening statement to AGBM 8, expressed admiration that Estrada had 'been able to reduce a 200-plus-page compilation of proposals shrouded in a maze of brackets into a 25 page protocol' (Tanzania, 1997). In doing so, however, Chair Estrada also took a step further in producing clean text, that is, without alternatives, on the less controversial issues, notably on reporting, review, introductory and final clauses, and institutions and mechanisms. Estrada surmised that, on these articles, opposing views were not strongly held, and parties would accept the presentation of just one option, even if it were not their preferred one. In some cases, this helped directly to forge agreement. An example of this can be found in the provisions on amending the Protocol, where Estrada proposed to apply the same three-quarters voting majority as in the Convention in his Chair's text, removing the option of a two-thirds majority that had been supported by AOSIS. AOSIS did not insist, however, on...

The Art of Advocacy

Often advocates will be respected or widely recognized members of the community or will be charismatic, engaging, or nonthreatening, although it is important to point out that these characteristics do not describe all advocates. Indeed, some very effective advocates are abrasive and annoying, occasionally prompting speculation that high-level decision makers accede to advocates' wishes primarily to get them out of their offices. Other advocates are less well known and have achieved their goals because they believe in the program, they are get it done types, and they have made themselves indispensable to decision makers.


The environmental movement succeeded in making forest conservation an important political issue in the early 1980s particularly as a result of the successful campaign against the plan to build a hydro-electric power dam on the Franklin River in south-west Tasmania. This would have threatened a major wilderness area, which had been nominated for World Heritage status. The Tasmanian Wilderness Society (TWS), led by the charismatic figure of Bob Brown, who later represented the Greens in the Australian Senate, organised blockades at the site from December 1982 until the Federal Election of 1983, which made the dam a major election issue. Over 6,000 people took part in the campaign and over 1500 were arrested. The new national Labor government imposed the decision to accord the region World Heritage status on the Liberal state government of Tasmania and forced the cancellation of the dam. The TWS campaign had been based upon the principle that wilderness should be defended for its own...

Domestic factors

However, by the time of the UNCED, the SPC joined the NCPCC and primary responsibility for the climate negotiations was given to the MOFA, which, at the time of writing, it continues to retain. With the MOFA in charge of negotiations, there has been much Chinese rhetoric not conducive to cooperation. The MOFA weighs economic benefits over the environment, and does not have epistemic ties with the United States. The MOFA was also in charge of foreign relations during the Tiananmen crisis, making its anti-US sentiment much stronger, and thus enabling charismatic characters like Zhong Shukong to be influential.11 Although

Francis Bacon

Bacon was a politician, jurist, royal councillor, natural scientist and essay writer, who spent his entire life within the highest political, courtly and intellectual circles around Queen Elizabeth and King James I. His maternal uncle, Lord Burghley, was the most powerful statesman of his age. After Cambridge University and a period in France, he became a lawyer and Member of Parliament. Despite his earlier friendship with the charismatic Earl of Essex, he was active in the prosecution of Essex for treason a

Monitoring by ENGOs

This sample is sufficient to detect a pattern. The ENGOs all engage in environmental education, to spread knowledge about endangered and threatened species. They tend to be project-specific, providing assistance to government agencies in the preservation of individual species (usually charismatic fauna) and specific ecosystems or threatened eco-regions. Most of the organizations have limited local memberships. They are highly reliant on international headquarters or other offices for financial support of operations in China. Finally, they are all moderate in their approach to the government and search for the most effective tools to use in the Chinese context. Said one ENGO coordinator, Some actions we might take would be counterproductive, for example, blocking the driveway to the premier's house. We are not protesting for the sake of protesting.43

Kunda Dixit

Where is our sense of outrage about the wrongs in society, or our admiration for those who have survived and done well despite all odds. Why doesn't it make us angry, as journalists and citizens of our countries, about the injustices that lie at the roots of our problems Why do we underestimate the power of the good example. Without indignation, a reporter can't muster the passion needed to cover the political and economic roots of environmental and development stories. And when we do write them, we won't be able to do it with commitment and attachment.


'spokespersons' (Latour, 2004, p. 56), and these spokespersons ensure that some parts of nature speak very loudly indeed. This point of view has it that the so-called 'charismatic megafauna' such as whales, polar bears and orang-utans have very loud voices in that they are spoken for by large and influential organizations such as the Worldwide Fund for Nature and Save the Whale campaigns. Critically, the hybridity perspective invites us to see that in some cases charismatic megafauna have louder voices than some human beings. From this point of view, the important cleavage is not that between humans and nature, but between those who have loud voices and those who do not. The 'noisy quiet' distinction cuts across the 'humans nature' distinction, and it provides an alternative basis for connecting humans and nature in an alternative politics. The point is to give voice to the silent - both human and nonhuman. This determination to avoid the humanity nature split is characteristic of the...

Japans Decline

Japan's rise, more phenomenal than Europe's recovery after WW II, lasted less than two generations, between 1955, when the country finally surpassed its prewar GDP, and the late 1980s, when it was widely seen as an unbeatable economic Titan. This surge was all the more remarkable considering its near-total dependence on imported energy and the OPEC-driven oil price shocks of 1973-1974 and 1979-1980. At that time its admirable dynamism and enviable economic performance earned it widespread admiration and generated apprehension and outright fear regarding its future reach. Its rise was not derailed even by the Plaza Accord of September 22, 1985, by the G-5, the group of five nations with leading economies, which eventually led to near halving of the yen dollar exchange rate (from 254 by the end of 1984 to 134 by the end of 1986) and to a spree of foreign acquisitions by Japanese companies and record purchases by the country's art collectors (Funabashi 1988).

How science works

Science is not an abstract, rational process, but a collective human endeavor. As such, social factors such as status, charisma, and rhetorical skill influence to some extent whose arguments get paid attention and trusted not all claims are immediately tested and replicated and consensus views of what questions are interesting and important are not formed on purely rational bases. But the power of these social processes to influence the content of what comes to be accepted as scientific knowledge is limited and provisional. Conspicuous claims that do not stand up to testing eventually get rejected, no matter who is supporting them. Accepted beliefs that accumulate enough anomalies are eventually re-examined, revised, or rejected, however comfortable or fashionable they may be.

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The Power Of Charisma

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