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A working definition of regimes

My interest in international regimes in this dissertation follows a theoretical tradition that focuses on how shared norms guide the behavior of international actors. I take my starting point with the definition provided by Krasner, i.e. regimes as principles, norms, rules, and decision-making procedures around which actor expectations converge in a given issue area. 35 He defines principles as beliefs of fact, causation, and rectitude. Norms are standards of behavior defined in terms of rights and obligations. Rules are specific prescriptions and proscriptions for action. Decision-making procedures are prevailing practices for making and implementing collective choice.36

The problem of climate change

Economic policy analysis must be based on risk and uncertainty, it must consider ethics, including intergenerational concerns, and it must be global in its policy prescriptions. Failure to analyse the problem in terms of the scale of the global risks, the long term and through an international policy perspective will, and has, led to economic analysis and policy that is misleading and dangerous.

Medicinal plants in Ghana

Ghana Climate And Vegetation

Health care in Ghana In contemporary Ghana two types of medical systems, the traditional and the 'scientific',1 exist simultaneously. There are generally five options for the treatment of most common diseases a clinic or hospital, treatment from a nurse or paramedic at home, buying Western pharmaceutical drugs from a local trader, self treatment using plant medicines, or traditional healers. A range or combination of these options is typically used, depending on the particular ailment, the patient's financial situation, their access to Western and traditional healers, and their past experience (Falconer et at., 1992).

The role of ethnobotany in pharmaceutical prospecting

Plants have been the cornerstone of medicinal therapies for thousands of years and continue to be an essential part of health care for much of the world. The traditional origins of many current pharmaceuticals have been obscured by the process of drug development, such as aspirin from willow bark (Salix spp.), reserpine for hypertension from the Indian Snake Root (Rauwolfia serpentina) and D-tubocurarine, widely used as a muscle relaxant in surgery, from arrow poisons (Chondodendron tomentosum, as discussed earlier), but the plants used in traditional medicine continue to supply the industry with raw materials and new ideas. Of the frequently quoted 25 of prescription drugs sold in North America that contain active principles derived from plants (Farnsworth, 1988), three-quarters were initially recognized by the industry because of their use in traditional medicine (Farnsworth, 1990). The current directions in the industry, however, are not so much determined by swashbuckling...

Methods of drug development

All medicinal preparations, from a historical vantage point, used to be derived from plants. With the advent of the search for 'magic bullets' in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, the isolation and optimization of active chemical principles from plants became the dominant mode of drug discovery. Over the course of the twentieth century exploration of medicinal plants has no doubt resulted in the discovery of many important pharmaceuticals. N. Farnsworth (unpublished data) suggests that approximately three-quarters of the 121 useful prescription drugs developed from plants were discovered following their earlier use in indigenous medicine, that is with the aid of ethnobotanical knowledge about the plants' potential uses.

Why preserve the chemical diversity of plants

Which he considers likely to give a poorer hit rate. His assumption that plants used in traditional medicine are likely to prove the best sources of new drugs may be premature. Approximately 25 of modern prescription drugs are based on active compounds from plants 26 of these are not based on ethnobotanical 'leads', but are the result of modern discoveries. Given that the discovery of these pre-dates modern high-throughput screening programmes, it might be anticipated that the random screening of plants may prove as rewarding as the screening of ethnobotanically-targeted species (Farnsworth, 1988 Principe, 1989). Furthermore, many of the diseases of the developed world are not the ones for which traditional remedies were used. These remedies may be active against diseases for which they were not used traditionally and they and other plants may be active in diseases not endemic to the locality in which they grow. The plant Catharanthus roseus is an example of the former case....

The second stage an extended evacuation

Hurricane evacuations are a way of life in southern Louisiana. People grab the essentials and a few day's supplies and head out on the road, fully expecting to return in a few days time. This applies to medications as well. Katrina made landfall at the end of August, and most people renew their prescriptions on the first of each month. As such, most people evacuated with only those few pills left from their August prescriptions. When it became clear that they would not be returning to their homes in the next few days, this became a very big problem. rdinarily, one would simply have one's physician call in a prescription renewal to a local pharmacy. However, the physicians offices were closed or damaged, and the physicians themselves were evacuated, most with no way for their patients to contact them. As New Orleans had served as a regional medical referal center, this affected not just residents of the city proper, but of the surrounding regions as well.

The Case for Adaptive Decision Strategies

The concept of adaptive-decision strategies offers a way out of this impasse. Rather than base prescriptions for the proper level of emissions reduction on a judgment that WRE is or is not correct, or that some new emissions-reducing technology will or will not achieve substantial market penetration, we look to strategies that begin with a certain suite of actions, monitor the external environment, and then modify the suite in response to these observations. Rather than predict what the level of emissions will be in future decades, we determine what type of adaptive-decision strategy will perform best across a wide range of potential futures, each of which, in retrospect, clearly requires some different level of emissions reduction.

Series Editors Preface

The aim of this series is to provide texts which lay out the technical, environmental and political issues relating to the various proposed policies for responding to climate change. The focus is not primarily on the science of climate change, or on the technological detail, although there will be accounts of the state of the art, to aid assessment of the viability of the various options. However, the main focus is the policy conflicts over which strategy to pursue. The series adopts a critical approach and attempts to identify flaws in emerging policies, propositions and assertions. In particular, it seeks to illuminate counter-intuitive assessments, conclusions and new perspectives. The aim is not simply to map the debates, but to explore their structure, their underlying assumptions and their limitations. Texts are incisive and authoritative sources of critical analysis and commentary, indicating clearly the divergent views that have emerged and also identifying the shortcomings of...

Explanation of the Issue

Degraded that they have crossed an ecological threshold and been transformed into grasslands. Some of these grasslands are extensive and relatively homogeneous, and contain only a few remnant patches of undisturbed woody vegetation. Other tropical moist forest areas have been less disturbed but have lost their closed canopies and much of their previous structure and biological diversity. Many degraded landscapes now contain a mosaic of grassland and degraded forest together with patches of intact remnant forest. These degraded lands also differ in the extent to which they are occupied and used by human populations. Some are so degraded that only small human populations remain, while others are still heavily used by large numbers of farmers. These differences mean there are no simple prescriptions for restoring degraded tropical landscapes. The approach used in any location must take account of both the ecological and social circumstances present.

Rural Sustainable Development Efforts

To date policy prescriptions have insufficiently reconciled the tension between the imperative for economic development and the desire for environmental conservation in rural regions of developing countries. Many of the poorest Central Americans are situated in rural populations concentrated on

Plan For Restoration

Improvement treatments (or tending operations) basically aim to provide more space for trees of desirable species. This is done first through the application of an operation called overstorey removal, by which overmature, defective noncommercial individuals (called relics) are removed (usually by poison-girdling) from the upper levels of the forest canopy. A second phase consists of liberation thinning, a treatment that releases young growth from the competition from commercially less desirable species. The prescriptions for liberation may easily be altered to accommodate changes in market demand or alternative management requirements (e.g., maintain keystone food resources for animals).


For a set of national responses to emerge from ongoing climate change policy discussions, these interest groups will have to come to agreement on how to mesh sometimes-conflicting goals. Because any effective action on climate change will have to be broad and far-reaching, the major policy players will need to come to a general agreement on an effective framework that can garner support from a wide range of stakeholders. Otherwise, policy prescriptions will provoke significant dissent and risk failure.

Policy instruments

Therefore, rather than pursue the hope of political action to increase the costs of fuels and electricity, other policy options to increase the numbers and performance of energy efficiency technologies are proposed. These include performance standards to eliminate the least efficient models and promote the trend towards higher efficiencies, and increased research and development on energy efficient technologies. Most analysts recognize the desirability of both policy options and suggest a combination of the two. A collection of views from the debate on the best policy instruments is given in the next section on policy prescriptions. 4.8.2 Policy prescriptions


It is common practice for a target level of representation to be chosen for each natural community type (or environmental domain). This is not always easy, but endeavouring to determine what these levels should be (preferably on an individual habitat-by-habitat basis rather than a blanket prescription) is one of the highest callings of a conservation biologist. It is altogether appropriate to begin with coarse estimates that can be improved over time. Custom representation targets are preferable to blanket prescriptions. Once an appropriate level of representation of each historic natural community is decided (20 percent, 30 percent, 50 percent, etc.), it may be discovered that less intact habitat of a particular type(s) remains than the target representation amount. This is a sign that some restoration is in order. Madagascar and the dry forests of New Caledonia are prime examples forest conversion has proceeded so far in these ecoregions that forest restoration is required to meet...

St Charles Parish

Charles Parish faced a challenge a new, particularly to its healthcare system, that would have pressed it under the best of circumstances. Those residents who were not allowed into Jefferson Parish or Orleans Parish were stranded in St. Charles Parish. An infrastructure designed to serve a population of 60,000 was strained by literally hundreds of thousands of people waiting to be allowed back into their homes. The strain on the healthcare system was particularly severe, as these patients developed minor ailments or ran out of their chronic medications. In response, the local hospital, St. Charles Parish Hospital, set up an outpatient triage center, where around 1000 patients each day could quickly be seen and provided prescriptions for their medications. Physician volunteers from around the country, or in my case from down the street, came to help provide care at this center. Of course, the lack of pharmacies also became an issue, as we could provide prescription...

Marshall Institute

There has been an ongoing debate about the contribution of human activities to the global warming of the past century and how they may contribute to warming that may occur during the 21st century. International efforts to reach agreement on inferences about human influence on the climate system that can be drawn from science and policy prescriptions for addressing the climate change risk have been controversial.

The Problem

Worldwide, some 40 per cent of all prescriptions written today are either based on or synthesized from natural compounds from different species. Not only do these species save lives, they contribute to a booming pharmaceutical industry worth over 40 billion annually.33 For example, the Pacific yew, a slow-growing tree found in the ancient forests of the Pacific Northwest, was historically considered a trash tree and was burned after clear cutting. A substance in its bark - taxol - was identified as one of the most promising treatments for ovarian and breast cancer. More than 3 million American heart disease sufferers would find their lives cut short within 72 hours without digitalis, a drug derived from the purple foxglove. The American Cancer Research Institute identified 3,000 plants that contain active ingredients against cancer 70 of them originate in the tropics.34 More than half of all medicines today can be traced to wild organisms. Chemicals from higher plants are the sole...