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コースに出てゴルフを楽しんでいる人はたくさんいます。 日本各地だけではなく世界各国にゴルフコースがあり、それぞれに特徴が違い楽しみが違います。優しいコースや難しいコースなど、色々あるからこそ楽しいのです。 多くのコースでゴルフを楽しみたいと、ゴルフ旅行をして各国や各地をまわっている人もいます。 コースでゴルフをするなら、やはり少しでも少ない打数で終了したいものです。 同じコースでも何度かまわるうちに少しづす打数が減るのが嬉しく、上達しているのを実感できるようになっていきます。 心地よい充実感が味わえるからこそ、ゴルフを長く続けることが出来るのでしょう。 コースをまわり終えると程よい満足感も楽しめます。 コースに出てゴルフをするなら、目標を持ってゴルフを楽しみましょう。 打数を減らすのも大きな目標ですが、ゴルフをする人の一番大きな目標となるのがホールインワンです。 ホールインワンは1打でカップにボールを入れることを言いますが、アマチュアの人がホールインワンを達成した場合には、ゴルフ場の記念植樹やパーティなどを開きます。 大きな出費とはなりますが、なかなか達成できないからこそ、皆で喜びを分かち合うのです。
 
  • The activities related to the production, processing, use and recycling of non-ferrous metals bring genuine, lasting and equitable benefits to local communities, other stakeholders and, more broadly, society's quality of life;

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  • "Non-ferrous metals are an integral component of our everyday life, both now and for the future. To ensure that the benefits generated today by the activities of the non-ferrous sector are secured for future generations whilst avoiding adverse environmental and social impacts, decisions regarding the production, use, recycling and disposal of non-ferrous metals must integrate economic, environmental and social considerations. The member countriesof the International Copper Study Group, International Lead & Zinc Study Group and the International Nickel Study Group, through their Non-Ferrous Consultative Forum, seek to promote policies and practices that are consistent with sustainable development principles and will enhance the contribution non-ferrous metals make to society."

    The Consultative Forum's Response:

    As outlined in the Chairmen's summary of the Brussels meeting the Consultative Forum recognised that to achieve this vision some of the key issues and challenges that need to be addressed are:

    Community Consultation and Involvement: Facilitation of broad and comprehensive community consultation and involvement in the decision-making process.

    Non-Ferrous Metals and Their Contribution to Sustainable Development

    Stewardship Programmes: Programmes need to be initiated to promote and demonstrate responsible management of processes and products throughout the life cycle of non-ferrous metals (from exploration, processing, use, through to recycling) along with exit strategies for mines and production sites.

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    Research and Development: Programmes to develop, share and communicate credible scientific research and data on metals in a timely manner to facilitate decision making by governments, industry and others, including risk assessment.

    Promotion of Recycling: Opportunities for recycling of metal-bearing products should be increased through a number of measures e.g. transferring best practice in technology and collection infrastructures to developing countries.

    Information Development and Dissemination for Decision Making: Tracking and measuring performance and reporting on economic, environmental and social factors at all stages of metal processing from exploration, mining and production through to application, use, recycling and end of life.

         

    Consultative Forum Vision Statement


  • The non-ferrous metals industry is aware of and responsive to social, environmental values at local, national and internationals levels;
  • The non-ferrous metals industry is open, transparent, accountable and trusted;
  • Barriers to recycling are minimised with closed loop systems established and non-ferrous-metal containing products are designed for recycling;

    Recognising the important contribution that non-ferrous metals can make to the overall sustainable development of society, the member countries of the International Copper Study Group, International Lead and Zinc Study Group, and the International Nickel Study Group initiated a multi-stakeholder process in 1999 to address issues related to the mining, production, use and recycling of non-ferrous metals. This web site contains information related to the Non-ferrous Metals Consultative Forum on Sustainable Development and its Working Groups and provides information on the activities of the future collective work by the members of the three international metal study groups.

    Issues and Challenges


  • Open and Transparent Mechanisms to Improve Communication: Develop open and transparent mechanisms to improve international communication, consultation, and co-operation on cross-cutting issues relating to metals and sustainable development, particularly the balance between the social, economic and environmental aspects.

  • Long-term strategic plans are in place and agreed to by companies, relevant government agencies and other stakeholders aimed at sustaining local communities and restoring or enhancing environmental integrity after site or plant closure;
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    To achieve this vision for the future and to address the issues and challenges outlined above, the Consultative Forum established three multi-stakeholder-working groups. The groups have a mandate to bring together existing work, share information, identify gaps, and to rapidly initiate relevant activities related to the recommendations identified by the Forum for future action. The overall objective for each working group is to initiate actions of common interest to all the stakeholders, that will enhance the contribution non-ferrous metals make to sustainable development, and proceed as quickly as possible.

     

  • All unreasonable or unmanageable risks from the production, transport, use and recycling of non-ferrous metals are eliminated;

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  • Welcome to the Non-Ferrous Metals and their Contribution to Sustainable Development Web Site.


    The Non Ferrous Metals Consultative Forum on Sustainable Development, which comprises member countries of International Copper Study Group, the International Lead and Zinc Study Group, and the International Nickel Study Group, other interested countries, industry, international organisations, and non-government organisations including civil society, has a common vision for the future in which:

     


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  • There is good governance nationally, regionally and globally within governments and industry that embraces economic, environmental and social considerations;
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