Harvesting Wood Supply (The Modern Day Paul Bunyan)While some have the means to obtain the firewood needed for a season of heating, either through the property of their own or perhaps a friendly neighbor, many do not have this option. Remember that wood cut ”green” or unseasoned will not burn properly and will most likely just smoke and produce very little heat. Unseasoned firewood will generally take one year to dry, depending on the type of wood.
This thesis analyses foreign intervention in oil rich African states which have contributed to the resource curse problem in the latter. It concentrates on the role of former colonial powers France and Britain as well as new players the United States, China and multinational agencies who have deployed policies and carried out practices in securing Africa’s oil resources.This study argues that ‘Foreign intervention contributes to the likelihood of the resource curse through both political and economic means,’ based mainly on the resource curse theory and concept of neo colonialism. Apart from factors addressed by the existing literature on the resource curse, namely, economic malfunctions, government policies, social foundations, resource types, country size and initial conditions, this research hypothesizes that foreign interventions display a strong linkage to the resource curse.
You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeCoronation Street was thrown into chaos tonight as Shona messed with the Wifi lines on the Cobbles.Shona tampered with the wires in a bid to stop Tracey bidding to buy number 8 via the online auction.The Wifi went down meaning Tracey was unable to access the auction, but David was also affected by the internet problems meaning he also couldn bid.The problems saw the worried residents turn to their younger children in a bid to help them fix the issue.But many viewers spotted an easy fix to the problem, as the residents would be able to use their phone data instead.Lots of fans suggested that Tracey and Dave just log onto the website on their phones instead, with no need for Wifi.Alfie Garston said: “Who doesn’t have a phone with 3/4g in 2021.”Sign up for a new look Echo newsletterIt never been more important to stay in touch with the news, so subscribe now to the Liverpool Echo newsletter. Twice a day, seven days a week, we deliver the biggest stories straight to your inbox.We also send special breaking news emails too for the latest stories that matter. You won miss a thing.How do I sign up? It free, easy and takes no time at all.First just click on this link to our newsletter sign up centre.