Alexander Hayes

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The extraction of natural resources often involves housing workers in remote work camps far from population centres. These camps are prevalent in northern Alberta where they house approximately 40,000 workers involved in oil sands processing. The central, full-service cafeterias at these camps produce a significant quantity of food and cardboard waste. Due(More)
Many small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Europe are interested in finding new methods of training and workplace learning. Technology-enhanced practices of peer-to-peer learning may offer various new possibilities for SMEs. In this study we consider emerging technologies for informal learning in construction work. These technologies include wearable(More)
A simple and far reaching framework is needed to indicate the interdisciplinary connections between issues of population, environment, society, and development. Policy makers must understand the holistic nature of these issues when they formulate programs and official proclamations. High population quality and sustainable development are the goals(More)
  • A C Hayes
  • 1995
This article discusses a few intellectual and ideological developments during the 1980s and 1990s which impacted on the goals articulated at the UN International Conference on Population and Development and in its Plan of Action (POA). A major shift occurred between the Bucharest Plan of 1974 and the 1994 POA. The economic view was improved by an emphasis(More)
Identity awareness of research data has been introduced as a requirement for open research, transparency and reusability of research data in the context of eScience. This requirement includes the capability of linking research data to researchers, research projects and publications, and identifying the license for the data. This connectivity between(More)
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