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    As preparation infrastructure improves, society can address broader ranges of risks, resulting in a better prepared society. In that sense, regardless of whether society is well prepared, the Preparation phase sets the stage for the Response…

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    developing their physical infrastructure which provided the basic platform to these nations and open new doors of socio-economic development through enhancement of trade and insurance of smooth flow of productions, goods and services within and outside these countries. Most of the developing countries lack good and improved physical infrastructure due to which these countries are facing problems of accessibility, mobility and transportation of goods and services. Poor…

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    Digital Divide Factors

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    The first aspect, electricity infrastructures, such as wired telecommunication devices and technology is challenging. However, the country is compromising and making strides with the introduction and use of mobile communication systems. While a hard-lined infrastructure is ideal and most equipped to support the technological needs of the modern world, mobile devices can be used in the interim. Currently, 87% of the 400 million internet users within India access the internet through mobiles…

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    Security Countermeasures

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    the form of network interference through the injection of ad-hoc crafted streams of packets designed to flood the network. Another form is single implementation vulnerability in which the goal is to exploit an irregularity of a particular model of network devices caused by implementation errors. Fortunately, the known threats or possible threats are considered in creating countermeasures (López, Setola, & Wolthusen, 2012, p. 224-226). Countermeasures are unequivocally essential to maintain…

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    economic growth priorities. India’s need for a comprehensive management program for water resources. The major challenges associated with the water resources management and development in the country are large scale spatial and temporal variation in water availability, droughts and frequent floods, increasing water demand and falling per capita availability, deterioration of water quality, loss of surface storage, increasing conflict within sectors, under and inefficient utilization of…

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    turns into an ordeal. As such, world organizations from several developed and undeveloped nations convened recently in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to identify and target the five most urgent needs currently found in every third world nation--be it Latin America, Africa or elsewhere. Our article below lists them as being drinking water, food supplies, energy sources--renewable or sustainable, infrastructure development and a viable health care system. Although the challenges are formidable,…

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    Critical Infrastructure

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    There are sixteen segments that make up the critical infrastructure of United States. Physical infrastructure has always been vulnerable to attacks, but within the last ten years our cyber-physical infrastructure has become increasingly more and more at risk with the rise in terrorism and increased integration of technology in all areas of our infrastructure. It is important for our government to implement risk based analysis, management and policies to protect our infrastructure from…

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    While taking this course, I have not only learned water resource issues from the class presentations, but also from guest speakers as well as the debate discussion we had. There are many things I did not realize when it comes to water. Water is extremely essential to humans, animals of the world and the whole ecosystem. I have learned that the demand and need for water has decreased substantially and has started to raise concern to many. Throughout this course we have talked about ways which…

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    communication with Indigenous communities. Hans Peterson, who has developed water systems for twenty years with the Safe Drinking Water Foundation (SDWF), comments on INAC’s unwillingness to discuss water infrastructure with Indigenous communities. “if INAC wants a community to have a specific process, the community has to put up a fight to get a different process, even if capital and operational costs are much lower for the process the band favours” (ibid)). This reluctance to communicate with…

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    power removes abilities of Indigenous communities to self finance forms of development like water treatment infrastructure. The IA not granting band councils full municipality status limits their ability to self develop because they cannot fund water infrastructure through methods like levying a municipal tax for loans. Furthermore, the inability to levy a municipal tax also reduces their access to loans for infrastructure because they can not make repayment guarantees. The second dependency…

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