zones sujettes à des – English Translation – Keybot Dictionary

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  www.omafra.gov.on.ca  
est située près de zones sujettes à des infiltrations de contaminants dans le sol (p. ex. dépotoirs, zones industrielles, installations septiques défectueuses)
That are located near areas that could potentially leak contaminants into the ground (e.g. landfills, industrial areas, faulty septic systems)
  gatewaypanel.review-examen.gc.ca  
Le choix des sites pour l'installation des vannes et l'établissement du répertoire des zones sujettes à des conséquences se feront à l'étape consacrée aux aspects techniques détaillés; ces décisions seraient principalement prises en fonction des exigences de la norme CSA Z662-11 et d'autres exigences relevées durant les travaux d'analyse des risques liés au pipeline.
The Northern Gateway Alliance was a community coalition that provided people in pipeline corridor communities and elsewhere with information about the project, the regulatory review process, and how people could participate in the review process. The Alliance chairperson was a paid position funded by Northern Gateway, and Northern Gateway reimbursed administrative expenses incurred by the Alliance.
  knowledge.cta.int  
Le document analyse les recherches fondamentales et appliquées récentes portant sur la vulnérabilité et la capacité d’adaptation des ménages et des populations vivant dans des zones sujettes à des inondations.
Recent scientific outputs suggest that climate change is likely to cause shifts in the global pattern and intensity of flood events, in some regions increasing the exposure of populations to severe flooding. Potential future risks underline the importance of research and intervention work aimed at strengthening local capacity to cope with flooding, especially for the poor in developing countries. Recent theoretical and applied research on vulnerability and adaptive capacity of households and communities in flood-prone areas is reviewed. There is a growing tendency for interventions to prioritize action at local scale. Directions for further research to deepen understanding of actual and potential coping strategies are suggested. From author's summary.
  www.summit-americas.org  
Au nombre des facteurs de vulnérabilité sociale, le rapport sur les Objectifs du Millénaire cite notamment « les foyers où le chef de famille est une femme, les conditions de logement inadéquates, la mauvaise santé, la vie dans des zones sujettes à des catastrophes, et un faible niveau de bien-être économique ».
Although economic progress is one of the determining tools in the eradication of poverty, other structural elements must be improved as well. The Millennium Objectives report lists among the factors of social vulnerability “households headed by women, substandard housing, poor health, living in disaster-prone areas, and a low level of economic well-being.” (Los Objetivos de Desarrollo del Milenio y los desafíos para América Latina y el Caribe, 2007). Such factors restrict the practice of democracy in these regions since the element of citizen self-determination is limited by basic unmet needs. To this is added the formation of a vicious circle around stagnation since industrial growth is limited by the lack of trained labor and the lack or insufficient utilization of energy resources, leaving behind greater rates of poverty and indigence than before.
  www.horizons.gc.ca  
Certains programmes environnementaux sont similaires : par exemple, le zonage pour interdire la construction dans les zones sujettes à des feux de brousse ou des inondations substitue l'évaluation du risque par le gouvernement à ce qui serait fort probablement un comportement individuel myope dans un contexte de non-réglementation.
Social programs are often paternalistic in that they are intended to overcome what governments perceive as myopic or inefficient individual behaviour. For example, pay-as-you-go old age security obliges the working generation to provide some income to the old; hence, those who have been imprudent and undertaken no personal savings during their working lives are not destitute in old age. Universal health insurance obliges everyone to "buy" (via mandatory premiums and taxes) health insurance. Regulations governing the age at which one can leave school oblige parents to educate their children to the threshold school-leaving age. Some environmental programs are similar: for example, zoning to prevent residential construction in areas subject to wildfire or flooding substitutes government risk assessment for what would likely, if unregulated, be myopic individual behaviour.
  horizons.gc.ca  
Certains programmes environnementaux sont similaires : par exemple, le zonage pour interdire la construction dans les zones sujettes à des feux de brousse ou des inondations substitue l'évaluation du risque par le gouvernement à ce qui serait fort probablement un comportement individuel myope dans un contexte de non-réglementation.
Social programs are often paternalistic in that they are intended to overcome what governments perceive as myopic or inefficient individual behaviour. For example, pay-as-you-go old age security obliges the working generation to provide some income to the old; hence, those who have been imprudent and undertaken no personal savings during their working lives are not destitute in old age. Universal health insurance obliges everyone to "buy" (via mandatory premiums and taxes) health insurance. Regulations governing the age at which one can leave school oblige parents to educate their children to the threshold school-leaving age. Some environmental programs are similar: for example, zoning to prevent residential construction in areas subject to wildfire or flooding substitutes government risk assessment for what would likely, if unregulated, be myopic individual behaviour.