antidevelopment

antidevelopment

(ˌæntɪdɪˈvɛləpmənt)
adj
(of a group) opposed to development
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What I propose is that cultural problems are not always existing realities; what we consider to be local culture or indigeneity (as a space unmediated by global or national forces and ideas) becomes local and indigenous within a global or national discourse either as resistance to development projects or in conjunction with antidevelopment activism.
The approval came two hours after senators grilled NCIP officials in charge of helping improve the lives of 14 million indigenous peoples (IP) and sought their commitment to step up processes that had been giving the impression that the commission was antidevelopment.
Thus, I am well aware that Indigenous communities are not antidevelopment and embrace mining projects or instigate them themselves.
Several alleged objectives to achieve this goal emerged from the data and include: (1) adoption and promotion of antidevelopment policies, (2) advancement of antilife policies, (3) promotion of greater governmental control at the expense of individual freedom, (4) indoctrination of children through propaganda and scare tactics, and (5) infiltration of the Christian community to spread the twisted worldview.
At times, though, it seems that some Orthodox Christians have equated their own antidevelopment and antifree-market presuppositions with the Church's tradition on the moral limits of property.
THE CONGRESS on Sunday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for labelling it as antidevelopment due to opposition to the land acquisition ordinance while noting that the party will stand in the way any anti- farmer move the NDA.
While the book is not antidevelopment, it does suggest, "Africa and Africans do not need externally prescribed solutions and discourses or imposed models to address their own problems of poverty, food insecurity, and conflict" (p.
worried that section 27 as written was antidevelopment, threatening to
Nor is it acceptable for our elected officials to stand on the sidelines while antidevelopment sentiments expressed by some cause project costs to skyrocket and energy developers--and our business owners --to question the value of doing business here.
61) Her activism remains embedded in, rather than standing outside of, structures of power by being anti-institutional or antidevelopment, or in rejecting, outright, societal markers of femininity and marriage.
Public anger has flared among urban and secular Turks after police violently broke up an antidevelopment sit-in in the square, with protests spreading to other cities as demonstrators denounced what they see as Mr Erdogan's increasingly authoritarian style.
These facilities, unlike drilling projects, often must obtain federal approval under the Natural Gas Act (NGA), the Clean Water Act (CWA), and the Endangered Species Act (ESA), triggering the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) review, which has historically been a litigation gold mine for antidevelopment groups.