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Susan S. Fainstein, professor at Harvard University's Graduate School of Design, in the keynote address "Value Recapture and Justice" at the Lincoln Institute's 6th annual Land Policy Conference, " Prospects for Land Value Capture," detailed the experience of The Netherlands and Singapore in public ownership of land and housing.
On this video, I talk about the different sources of prospects that you could get so you don't have to rely on the convention ways like setting up a bandit sign with "Joe Buys Houses"
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The Henriette van Lynden lecture 'The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Past, Present, and Prospects' organised by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, was held on Wednesday, February 15th, at the Rode Hoed, Amsterdam.
http://www.fao.org/about/meetings/land-and-water-days-2015/en/ This short video is part of a series of interviews. In each interview selected participants of the Land and Water Days share their experience in land and water projects highligting achievements, success but also what could have worked better to the benefit of people carrying similar projects. In this video: Moujahed Achouri, Director, Land and Water Division, FAO, presents main highlights of the Days and looks ahead to possible future editions. Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=FAOoftheUN Follow #UNFAO on social media! * Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/UNFAO * Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+UNFAO * Instagram - https://instagram.com/unfao/ * LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/compa...
Based on the recent publication 'Implementing Value Capture in Latin America' the Director of the Latin American Program at Lincoln Institute of Land Policy Martim Smolka explains the mechanism of value capture and its sustainability prospects. Smolka focuses on a sample of emblematic cases in the Latin American region, with an analysis that considers the equity and efficiency content, and evaluates actual and potential revenues these instruments generate under different local institutional socio-political circumstances. Associated Material: Implementing Value in Latin America: Policy and Tools for Urban Development, Policy Focus Report, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, June, 2013; http://www.lincolninst.edu/pubs/2244_Implementing-Value-Capture-in-Latin-America A series of policy focu...
Here's our list for the top 20 boxing prospects in 2017. Everyone on the list is 26 or under as of the upload date, and don't have any world titles. These fighters are more established towards bigger fights in 2017. So fighters just starting their careers were not included. Let us know who you think should have been on or off the list. Which of them will be future World Champions? Subscribe for future highlights: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2sif5t4BSTdzPqxu5mjWcA?sub_confirmation=1 Golovkin vs Jacobs Announcment: https://youtu.be/vKz4BX0EUZs Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/boxingfreaks/ Knockout compilation playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfZ2JKMPk50omDdbc4zCG4hOE7h3eRUMp
The American dream used to be founded on the goal of finding a good, stable job to spend the majority of one’s career — but this is no longer the norm. Over the last seventy years, the standard employer-employee relationship has drastically changed. Companies no longer offer the same level of job security, regular pay increases, guaranteed pensions, robust health benefits and other social benefits as they did in the past. This shift in the corporate social contract has taken a toll on loyalty on both sides. Senior Advisor and former Executive Director at the Drucker Institute, Rick Wartzman, discusses his recent book "The End of Loyalty: The Rise and Fall of Good Jobs in America," which chronicles the erosion of the relationship between major American businesses and their workers. Have th...
Maldives - Agriculture. Only 10% of the land is estimated to be cultivable. Millet, corn, pumpkins, sweet potatoes, pineapples, sugarcane, almonds, and many kinds of tropical vegetables and fruits are successfully grown, largely in homestead gardens.
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In this video, Peter Livingston discusses the strategies behind Onuku farm management, the land, and future prospects.
We've all heard of the Zombie Apocalypse. But, many of us in business have dealt with something even more terrifying - the Prospect Apocalypse! This is when think that you have an interested prospect, but they end up becoming increasingly unresponsive to your sales follow up - ultimately leaving you feeling like you're trying to resurrect the dead. Check out this short video, where Bill shares a few of his best tips for effective sales follow up that will help keep your great prospects from slipping through the cracks. For more information and additional tips on sales follow up, check out Bill's blog on this topic HERE: http://www.referralcoach.com/sales-follow-up-zombie-land/
A.S.M. Alanuzzaman Kurishi, Technical Officer for CSISA-MI in Barisal discusses the prospects of maize cultivation in char lands. Approximately 194,000 hectares of char land (33% of the total char) in southern Bangladesh can be brought under maize cultivation. The discussion was aired on the Government of Bangladesh's radio channel `Bangladesh Betar’ (Radio Bangladesh), which broadcasts regular programs related to agriculture from its different stations nationwide.
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This is the first episode of 'Invest DRC', a series that set out to explore the economy of the Democratic Republic of Congo, potentially one of the world's richest countries but one with a troubled past. I worked on this as a Senior Producer and scripted and voiced the packages in this episode.
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