Learn about important people, places, and events pertaining to our National Parks, and have fun while doing it! Test your knowledge of these preserved and protected areas in 15 fact-filled puzzles, which include word scrambles, code breaking, crosswords, Sudoku, and others.
Guardians of the Parks is the unique story of the National Parks and Conservation Association (NPCA).
This book addresses the different mechanisms of enforcement deployed in transnational private regimes vis-a-vis those in the field of public transnational law. Enforcement represents a key dimension in measuring the effectiveness and legitimacy of transnational private regulation. This detailed book shifts the focus from rule-making to enforcement and compliance, and moves from a vertical analysis to a comparative sectoral analysis. Both public and private transnational regulation fall under the scrutiny of the authors, and the book considers the effectiveness of judicial models of enforcement - under international law and through national courts - and of non-judicial means. Comparisons are drawn across sectors including international commercial law, labor law, finance, Internet regulation and advertising. Enforcement of Transnational Regulation will appeal to scholars of both private and public law, regulation and comparative law. It will also prove a stimulating and challenging read for policy-makers and law-makers.
Ages 3 to 8 years. Rosa Parks is recognised as "the mother of the Civil Rights movements" and one of the most courageous women of the twentieth century. This story of only 200 words provides an introduction to Rosa Parks and uses simple, short words with only the bare outline of Parks's life. The focus of the story is the history-making event of 1 December 1955, when Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on the Cleveland Avenue bus.
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