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The Great Exhibition Architecture Assignment
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The structures they featured came to be symbolically aligned with the host’s culture and history. This essay considers three of the most prominent of these exhibitions, the 1851 London, 1889 Paris, and 1893 Chicago, and considers there important architectural features, technical advancements, and historical-critical reception.
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Strategic Management of Architectural Projects Architecture Term Paper
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Traditional construction involved the collaboration of four parties namely: a client, an architect, a builder and the government (Stanley Goldhaber, Chandra K. Jha, Manuel C. Macedo, 1977). The construction industry in recent times has begun to include a fifth additional entity that oversees the construction in all phases.
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The Article Architecture in Everyday Life Written by the Author Dell Upton Architecture Article
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Everyday architecture is defined as architecture that doesn’t directly feed into the capitalistic structural ideals yet still manages to support it.  These ideas emerged with Lefebvre, who refocused the gaze of architecture on the actual social use of space rather than the philosophical underpinnings of design even as he became one of the first ‘starchitects’ of the modern world.
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Neoclassicism and its Architectural Influence on Europe Architecture Assignment
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The neoclassical era, one of the more significant periods in the history of British architecture, was prevalent during the 1750s-1850. The era marked an attempt to revive the glory of the classical era by incorporating the salient features of the age. The neoclassical style is well reflected in the works of Sir John Soane (1753-1837), one of the popular names of the neoclassical movement.
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Sustainability and Built Environment: The 16 Maxwell Road Glasgow Building Architecture Case Study
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This building is a pre-1850 high rise purpose built flat with a southeast orientation; the front of the building faces the East while the entrance side faces south. The building has two entrances: one faces the East towards the Pollokshaws Road and the other to the South towards the Maxwell Road which is the main entrance.
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Technology Case Study Report (Building mane: London Information Centre) Architecture Essay
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The boldness of the small structure respects the large and prominent neighbor while it marks its presence without being submissive or dominating. Hence
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Temple of Zeus at Akragas, Agrigento, Sicily 500-460 B.C Architecture Essay
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From architectural ingenuity to temples, people from other nations continue to immortalize the architectural designs of these two nations, something that
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Provide a comprehensive report that will descried the development of design from appraisal to completion and illustrate the proposed development scheme Architecture Essay
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To integrate structural design and analyze data is an architectural design process according to Tessmann (2008). When a building is to be made a design is thought and then projected, the projection is a process that is as important as
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History of Architecture: Liberty Department Store, Regent Street Architecture Assignment
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Architectural designs are meant to convey a lot of information about a given construction. In particular, the function of the structure should be relayed through the design of the structure. This means that before a plan is developed and the subsequent design, the architect ought to know the purpose for which the construction is meant.
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Parthenon and Erechtheion: A Comparison Architecture Term Paper
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Created using the same strong and relatively customizable limestone material that was used to build the Parthenon, the Erechtheion also featured a thematic frieze, but the theme of this frieze remains unknown.  Where the Parthenon utilized strictly measured Doric columns as roof support, the Erechtheion was highly Ionic.
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Comparison of Villa Rotonda and Palazzo Della Ragione or Basilica Architecture Coursework
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In general, it is quite essential to notice that Palladio was one architect whose work can be classified as a huge body of similar work, similar to, for example, the ‘French Gothic Cathedrals,’ according to George Hersey. The only difference in Palladio’s case was that it was the work of a single artist.
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Architecture as a Social Art: Evidence from Modern Architect Works Architecture Case Study
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Architects strive to come up with building designs that must seamlessly weave the need to satisfy its intended use with the need for technical soundness and conveyance of aesthetic meaning. Yet for all its identified purposes, society tends to consider and give importance to architectural work that has cultural value.
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Rustem Pasha Mosque Architecture Case Study
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The most important aspect of the mosque is the lavish use of Iznik tiles, totalling to almost 2500 pieces. The tile laying design has been one of the best of those times. Although the Rustem Pasha Mosque in Istanbul is a small one, it is famous all over the world for the tiles inlay work carried out inside the mosque.
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The Millennium Bridge Projects Architecture Case Study
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It is really quite significant to state that today, the London Millennium Bridge is accepted as a permanent feature and as a necessity and a convenience and even loved, except perhaps in the depths of a British winter.  Despite the often draughty passage it is used and used and reused, wobble or not.
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Comparison of Walter Benjamin's Arcades Project to the Contemporary Galleria Vittorio Emanuelle Architecture Research Paper
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In contrast to the development of the contemporary department store, exhibition centers – another word example of ‘commercial world’. They no longer attempt to define the ambiguous contrast of interior-exterior space present in the Galleria, but instead, they only tend to exploit the commercial aspects of construction. 
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Architect Mimar Sinan Architecture Book Report/Review
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This transformation is because of the ancient dedicated and celebrated architects, one of those architects was Mimar Sinan. He was renowned for its architectural work that resulted in more than three hundred structures together with several modest projects that included Islamic primary schools and mosques 
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Was the Modernist Architect Becoming too Authoritarian and Dogmatic Architecture Research Paper
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There are attempts at countering these trends. Anarchist architectural theory, for example, tries to bring in stakeholders and democratize architecture. Take Blackwell's “architecture”: “Blackwell's architecture attempts to engineer a radical perspective shift which might render static power relations more open and fluid 
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History Of Architecture Architecture Book Report/Review
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Given that it was a very novel and revolutionary design, neoclassical architecture really influenced the building of structures world wide. As a result of gaining a significant amount of popularity, neoclassical architecture prominently featured in the building of cathedrals and government buildings
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Architectural History Of Buckingham Palace Architecture Term Paper
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The royal family wanted to escape the formal and strict lifestyle supervised by the royal court. Hence, the ambiance that the Buckingham House provided was sufficient for the royalty’s desires. The very structure of the house was favorable as King George III had been known to be an enthusiastic amateur architect.
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Fallingwater: Franklin Lloyd Wright Architecture Essay
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The author states that the house was commissioned by Edgar and Lillian Kaufmann as a vacation home on some of their favorite property in Bear Run, Pennsylvania, along with their favorite stream. Although they anticipated receiving a home that afforded a wonderful view of a waterfall at one of their favorite picnic spots, Wright had other ideas in mind.
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Modern Architecture: an Exploration of the Intimate Relationships Architecture Research Paper
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Each of these other structures is instead considered to be a part of the total system surrounding them. “Their idea of safety involved repelling the people. The slab shape of the Towers and their isolation grew out of anesthetic voiced best by Le Corbusier, who said that in order to have modern planning we have to ‘kill the streets.’ 
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Enterprise Information Architecture Architecture Assignment
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It is evidently clear from the discussion that enterprise architecture as an art because it involves re-invention of systems, re-designing of operations and restructuring operations. The strategic utilization of the various methodologies demands expertise and creative intellect, therefore qualifying the process to be considered an art.
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Dreams versus Practicality: The Legacy of Modernism on the Planning of London Architecture Term Paper
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During the time that all this design fever was taking place, especially after the end of the second World War, great polemics concerning religion, art, politics, civic duty, heroism, and loyalty to one’s country were being hotly debated in London’s newspapers, parliament, cafes and gentlemen’s clubs.
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Planning and Development of the Project of Millennium Bridge Architecture Research Paper
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As a result of this competition, unique and innovative idea shines out from all others. The main theme which was intended to make this complex structure of bridge look to appear simple in appearance suspended with only cables over River Thames giving the pedestrians, incredible view of city London away from the rush of traffic.
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Integration of Cemeteries with the Modern Urban Landscape at a Slight Distance From It Architecture Research Paper
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Cemeteries have social and personal functions. The social functions of cemeteries and crematoriums is a place where funeral services and commemorative services can be held before burials, where the loved ones of the deceased can gather in large groups and collectively revere and remember the life of the person in question.
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Urban Regeneration Reshaping the Future Architecture Dissertation
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Urban regeneration, being a product of social, economic, and physical necessities of the individuals, which has its origins at the beginning of urban development itself, is also a powerful tool in delivering wealth, sustainability, and social cohesion; as well as the ongoing regeneration projects are quite feasible, under certain conditions.  
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LEED Succeeds in Terms of Promoting Environmental Awareness to the Public: True or Not Architecture Research Paper
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The Council intends to raise awareness among the people for green buildings, provide guidelines to highlight the latest industry practices and develop the markets for green buildings. The certificate intends to develop a competitive market for green buildings in the industry. In this way change the nature of the construction market.
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Ways in Which Scenography Can be Used as Critical Tools to Investigate the Role of Architectural Representation in the Production of Contemporary Architecture Architecture Research Paper
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This paper examines architectural representation across a wide historical period, with an emphasis on the relationship between scenography and architecture in different historical periods: from the Renaissance to the contemporary world. The presentation of space in scenography determines performance. 
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Neo-Classic Architecture and its Reliance on the Ancients Architecture Research Paper
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Depending on the time period and place, the definition of art has meant different things to different people. For example, most people today recognize the term ‘Renaissance’ as meaning a specific time period in Western European culture characterized by a tremendous explosion in art and architectural innovation.
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Defining a Successful Architectural Practice Architecture Essay
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This essay demonstrates that architecture in its truest form has been around since man first determined the need for shelter. It's important to highlight that as the level of intelligence grew so did man’s ability to define what the value of having comfortable and safe structures in which to live, work, play and learn.
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Architecture History: Comparison of Neo-Classicism tn The Royal Saltworks, the Gothic Revival in The Works Of Eugne Viollet-Le-Duc, and Post-Modernism in The Piazza dItalia Architecture Term Paper
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While Edmund Burke characterized the Sublime along artistic or aesthetic lines, later writers such as Emmanuel Kant said that it only referred to objects in nature. This is significant because then it no longer meant that the intention of the artist or the architect was important when considering if an object was Sublime.  
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Democracy and Space in The Architecture of UK Architecture Essay
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In any second or third world country, buildings hold a significant place among the people and the entire society. The symbolism of the buildings acts as both landmarks and centers of proving services to the electorate. TIn order for these buildings to attract local and foreign tourists, they must possess some special components.
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State Parks in Connecticut Due to Movements Carried Out by Environmentalists Architecture Research Paper
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One of the most prominent and well-known parks in Connecticut is the Putnam Memorial Park. This is because it is also the oldest Park in the State. Its creation began as far back as the late nineteenth century and into the early Twentieth Century. There were some key personalities that were useful in the creation of this historical treasure.
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Cubism and Futurism in Architecture Architecture Case Study
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The recognition of Choisy’s vision of technology as a major source of style, was most certainly promoted by the leading position of Perret as the solitary modernizer of consequence in the period immediately prior to the War, yet Rob Mallet-Stevens is expressing in the broadest sense when he asserts, in 1925, “Abruptly, everything changed". 
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With What Justification Can Italian Architecture of the Period Be Described as Gothic Architecture Research Paper
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Gothic architecture is an architectural style that dominated in most European countries during, the medieval period. During the development of Gothic architecture, Italy separated itself from the rest of Europe. Unlike other European country artists, Italian artists did not imitate the architectural styles from Northern France.
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Architecture and Urban Planning in Port Cities Architecture Research Proposal
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The author states that the demands of a typological “norm” regulate architecture to achieve concrete forms and specific buildings with design decisions that articulate the model. It was Aldo Rossi who helped make the topological theory a reality in his published essays, “The Architecture of a City”.
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The Significance of Home Ownership Architecture Essay
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Mass home ownership is an outcome of post-war history rather than a natural tenure. Furthermore, despite the fact that home ownership may be the trendiest form of housing tenure in Britain today, other countries see varying forms of housing tenure. Homes are expensive to purchase, therefore most homeowners take out a loan referred to a mortgage to buy the home.
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Hidden Spaces in a House Architecture Essay
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This essay demonstrates that communication of ideas, interpretation, and understanding of space and the translation of mental ideas to its physical counterpart take a key role in an architect’s world. Architecture is presently engaged in an impatient search for solutions to critical questions about the nature and the identity of the discipline.
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Mega Sustainable Urban Development in East London and Barcelona during Hosting the Olympic Games Architecture Term Paper
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As mentioned above the comparative framework to be used as based on discussions among the residents of Newham and Barcelona regarding the developmental indices such as standard of living, employment status, life expectancy, levels of education and qualification and the relationship of these factors to the ability to hold jobs. 
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St Peters Basilica and Hieronymite Monastery of Belem Architecture Assignment
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The conclusion states that though both St Peter’s Basilica in Rome (Italy) and Hieronymite Monastery of Belem of Lisbon (Portugal) belong to the almost contemporary time period and at the same time both are considered to be masterpieces in their respective fields, but both of them differ from each other through structural perspectives.
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Miami Beach Architecture Architecture Research Proposal
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The paper presents a brief history and growth of the south beach and its art deco beauties. The South Beach in Miami is a part of the Miami Beach in Florida and contains the Architectural District. Sometimes it is called the Art Deco District flooding with buildings made up of the resort architecture of the 1920s and 1930s.
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Architectural Analysis of Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Architecture Assignment
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What of the biological analogy? First of all, there is no necessary contradiction between Holl and Steadman's approaches here. Holl is arguing not for pure subjectivity (a building based on the subjective idea that wood doesn't burn is not prudent architectural design), but a combination of subjective and objective methods. 
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Frank Lloyd Wright as Famous American Architect Architecture Research Paper
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The humanities field tilts its basis towards art as one discusses the work of Frank Lloyd Wright. The Robie House is a clear example of this dictum as it relates itself with spirituality. It is because of these very tenets that the Robie House has been singled out as one of the top ten buildings in the current times within America.
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The Abstract and the Physical Realms: A Philosophical Approach in Architecture Architecture Research Paper
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This paper argues that the abstract nature of philosophy and its corresponding branches of study can be manifested unto the physical world of architecture. It will first narrate key terminologies and definitions that are relevant to the paper’s arguments. Its primary goal is to discuss how each of the branches of philosophy
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Ancient Influence on Neoclassicism Architecture Architecture Research Paper
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Anyone studying basic art and architecture today is likely to point to the time period between 1400 and 1600 Italy as the defining centuries that mark Western society’s shift from the church-dominated darkness of the middle ages. They are also likely to notice a heavy dependence on this innovation and enlightenment on the ideas of the ancient past.
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Theatre of Marcellus Architecture Essay
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As Roth explains, “architecture is the chambered nautilus shell of the human species; it is the environment we build for ourselves, and which, as we grow in experience and knowledge, we change and adapt to our expanded condition”. This growth and adaptation, like the sea creature to which it is compared, is built upon the empty shells of the past.  
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Architecture of Peter Eisenman Architecture Research Paper
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This research will begin with the statement that Peter D. Eisenman (born 1932), the American architect, is well known for his architecture based on a dialectic of oppositions in architecture. His imaginative designs drew inspiration from a diverse group of intellectuals from other fields such as linguistics, biology, structuralism, philosophy, and mathematics.
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History and Theory: Buildings in Context Architecture Case Study
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At the beginning of the 19th century, though Britain “came to rule half of the world” economic disparities peaked. Thoughts of replacing the notion about architecture as the construction of buildings, with the concept of community architecture, began to emerge. British Museum was one among the last buildings that represented the old notion.  
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The Dominant Urban Design Approach Architecture Research Proposal
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The author explains that indoor include public buildings such as civic centers, town halls, museums, transport facilities etc. External public spaces are areas that lie between private buildings and include squares, parks, and streets. Therefore the public realm includes both buildings and the spaces between them.
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A Global Provider of Specialist Technical Consultation and Engineering Services to Firms Architecture Research Paper
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In both developed and developing countries, governments and communities are realizing the need to apportion public funds and resources towards environmental protection and recovery. These conservation efforts differ within each country and region which requires appropriate allocation of substantive resources.
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