This report describes the results of a survey of 1, 000 multinational corporations undertaken in 1992 which asked about the importance of environmental issues in investment decisions. The survey shows that most large corporations look systematically at environmental questions when they decide where to invest. Environmental problems appear to have discouraged a number of investments across different industries and the question of liability for past pollution problems at industrial sites was the greatest concern for investors.Manual clearance (collection of surface stones for removal in wheelbarrows or animal- drawn carts) can help to facilitate future farm operations, especially tractor cultivation and mechanized harvesting. It is not a solution for large-scaleanbsp;...
|Title||:||Technologies for Rainfed Agriculture in Mediterranean Climates|
|Author||:||Peter Oram, C. de Haan|
|Publisher||:||World Bank Publications - 1995-01-01|