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'I am confident that this work will help many gain a clearer understanding of the economic concepts that are central and essential to the management of marine living resources. The text is extremely clear in its discussion of material and manages to achieve a rich mixture of theory and contemporary practice.' James A. Young, Professor of Applied Marketing,University of Stirling, UK'This book gives a practical overview of marine resources and their management including the financial and economic appraisal of fisheries projects. It will be very useful for students of fisheries and natural resource economics.'Colin Barnes, Cambridge Resource Economics and Cranfield University, UKThis textbook has two main objectives. Firstly, it outlines the problems associated with the management and conservation of marine living resources, with particular attention given to the twin concepts of economic value and sustainability. It demonstrates the contribution that economics can make to understanding these problems as well as helping to frame policies to mitigate them. Secondly, it looks in detail at the key methods that may be used to collect and analyse socio-economic data, oriented towards the information needs of decision makers and stakeholders involved in fisheries management. Together, these two objectives address the question: how does society make the best use of its marine living resources?
Table of Contents Introduction Chapter 1: Own Less, Live Best Intentionality for Minimalist Lifestyle Chapter 2: Benefits of Minimalism Chapter 3: Getting Your Life Back Becoming a Minimalist Other Ways to Maximize Life Minimalism in Homes Conclusion Author Bio Publisher Introduction Minimalism is a way of living that cuts the gluttony surrounding our world. It is the exact opposite of what we see in ads, what we hear on the radio, or what commercials air on TV. It contrasts what our society has etched on our minds regarding the claimed importance of accumulating stuff. It tells us to dismiss ourselves from consumerism, instead of priding ourselves for all our material possessions, the clutters in our environment, the skyrocketing debts, and an abundance of infinite distractions. People are joining the craze of the material world and we are left with a meaningless one. People are crazy over lots of stuff, with closets full of clothes, racks full of shoes, garages stacked with useless gears, basements cluttered with boxes of what seems like hoarding of old items. They are living the typical life: working hard to make good money, spend a great chunk on it to pay for mortgage, buy fancy clothes, and keep up with friends who have luxury cars, or get a hand of cool technology which are seen as bragging rights. It is hard to see and realize that we do not need any of these, and that life is more meaningful when there are no people to impress, that we do not have to spend so much on stuff we don't need just to make us happy, and that a rise in pay wouldn't necessarily mean a rise in cost of living. It takes a turning point to make people aware that they are losing themselves over their material possessions. And this point could be achieved by the continuous effort of dissenters who encourage a simpler, less materialist life. Living a minimalist lifestyle means throwing out what you do not need and focus only on those that you need. We only need little to survive while still living happily. We only need the small things to keep content in our hearts. The stuff that surround us are only depictions of materialism, and the society telling us that we have to consume more of it is just a way of luring us into consumerism. These things do not matter and do not account for our own happiness.
This volume focuses on solutions to complex ecological problems with the objective of developing a new science for sustainability. Improving the health of people and animals, and improving the health, integrity or sustainability of ecosystems are laudable and important objectives. Can we do both? No ecosystems are untouched by human activity, and it appears that the world's ecosystems are reaching the limits of their ability to adapt to human impacts. The book draws on fields as diverse as epidemiology and participatory action research, philosophy and environmental sciences to examine this vital issue.
Living the Abundant Life through Deliverance, is a step by step guide to practical personal and group deliverance. In this first volume, the author intends to guide individuals to greater understanding of deliverance and by extension, spiritual warfare. The work is by no means exhaustive and it is a prelude to further volumes of study on spiritual warfare. By reading this book, you will receive knowledge that would transform you through the truths of God's Word in John 8:32, "And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free." Apostle Emmanuel Mc Lorren is an anointed servant of God who is married to Martha T. Mc Lorren. He is the founder of E&M Mc Lorren Networking Ministries International and the visionary leader for Bethel Tabernacle Empowerment Centre. Apostle Mc Lorren has served as a pastor from 1979 and is presently the Bishop of the St. Lucia District of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the West Indies, Chairman of the Fellowship of Gospel Preaching Churches in St. Lucia and the Chairman of FAITH (Fighting Against Increasing Threats to Humanity) a non-profit government organisation. He is also a member of the International Coalition of Apostles. Bishop Mc Lorren is also the author of "Then Comes Revival," "Sound of the Abundance of Rain" and "Thine is the Kingdom."
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