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For the 40 and 60-Watts bulbs, they were to be replaced from 31st December 2012 though it was revised to 31st December 2014. Just like other regulations, the government is facing a challenge since it has to be harmonized with other regulations notably of the United States.
According to the Environment Canada (2012), the federal government of Canada has control over fisheries, navigation, federal lands, and international relations. Regulations formulated under the various agencies seek to improve and secure the quality of water as a resource. The regulations call on the people of Canada to be on the forefront of conserving water since government regulations alone are not effective. Areas covered under the regulations are flow regulation, authorization of water use for development, water supply, pollution control, and thermal and hydroelectric power development (Miller, 2011).
The management of energy is divided between the federal and territorial governments. The territorial governments have been given the powers to oversee exploration, development, conservation, and management of non-renewable resources (Natural Resources Canada, 2011). According to the Commissioner’s report, the governments are also responsible regulation of electricity generation. Management of non-renewable resources on federal lands, regulation of inter-provincial, and international trade and commerce fall within the jurisdiction of the federal government. These functions are carried out through government agencies.
Miller, G. (2011). Restoring Balance: A Review of the First Three Years of the Green Energy Act. Annual Energy Conservation Progress Report-2011, vol. 1. Retrieved on 6 April 2013 from:
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To take the benefits of this globalized world, ABC Company has planned to enter the LED lighting fixtures market of US. Business plans to meet the growing LED lighting fixtures demand with low cost option. To achieve this low cost, LED light fixtures will be imported from China.
Lack of access to safe water, poor sanitation and hygiene is a public health issue that if not dealt with, it can cause diseases and deaths especially to young children in developing countries. According to UNICEF, without safe water, sanitation and hygiene, sustainable development cannot be achieved.
It possesses matchless properties that have not known to be found in any other existing matter to date. The planet Earth that man so very proudly owns is composed of about 70% of water. Much of the land that is present elsewhere is also covered with ice which again is frozen water only.
It can also be offered for covered employees who have been charged with providing care to their immediate family members who may be suffering from serious health problems. On the other hand, covered employees may be offered the 12 week unpaid leave under the FMLA regulations in case they are suffering from a medical condition that is serious (Government Printing Office, 2009).
Water quality refers to the physical, chemical and biological distinctiveness of water. It is a measure of the state of water in relation to the needs of human beings or other living organisms. Water quality standards set a base of reference for assessment.
That is, it comprises of a network of networks comprising of millions of private, public, business, academic, and government networks, either locally or globally, that are conjoined by a broad array of electronic, optical and wireless
Availability of water is highly interconnected with the health and integrity of real life situation. The relationship between water and environment can be seen at different considerations such as from the