Analyzing Current Sbu’s for Assigning Resources (by Using Boston Consulting Group Approach): Example for Bangladesh Perspective.
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1. Introduction of “Tea Garden”
Tea is the most popular non-intoxicating beverage in the world enjoyed by the rich and poor alike. Tea drinking was quite common in every part of the world. The most popular form of value addition is selling branded tea. This involves not only the packing of tea but also blending of other varieties to maintain consistency of taste. To arrive at a blend, expert tea tasters sample hundreds of liquors. Convenient drinks like instant tea (soluble tea powder), tea bags (bags are dipped in hot water), ready to drink (served in cans) and flavored tea (with vanilla, strawberry flavor) are becoming popular in developed countries like the…show more content… The Conference drew over 12,480 participants, including over 5400 government officials, 5800 representatives of UN bodies and agencies, intergovernmental organizations and civil society organizations, and more than 1200 members of the media. They are summarized below.
1. Forest Management is mandatory.
In Durban a decision was made to make accounting for forest management mandatory. Prior to Durban countries could choose to account for forest management or not which meant they could hide their emissions from logging and burning forests if they wanted to.
2. Biomass emissions remain unaccounted for
Burning native forests for electricity is bad for the climate, bad for the forests and bad for forest communities. Countries that are responsible for the emissions made from producing biomass should have to account for those emissions.
3. Harvested Wood Products will be credited
4. Limit of 3.5 % set for the contribution of Land Use, Land Use Change and Forests Reductions to Countries Emission Reduction Targets.
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