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Nigerian varsities get free Wi-Fi

Nigerian students get the gift of free WiFi and the opportunity to do research papers with unlim...

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over 1 year ago

Alleviating Poverty through Carbon Offsets

To reduce global economic inequality along with greenhouse gas emissions from its corporate trave...

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This Company Wants to Plant Trees in the Desert

Ruys’s innovation was to develop a doughnut-shaped waxed-paper cocoon, the base of which is burie...

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Ben Millerover 1 year

"Wealth will always be funneled upwards to make the rich more so while the rest are made poorer. This is how it was when corporations like the East India Company were able to avoid doing what was just by plundering another nation for the benefit of the few. It is how multinationals continue to behave."

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about 3 years ago

Is US version of democracy compatible with economic development in Africa?

We live in a bipolar world. History has not quite ended even though it's pretty much accepted tha...

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Gary Fergusonabout 3 years

An interesting take on economic development in different areas of the world, and why the African model is not necessarily the correct approach for now. What is needed are strong, just leaders who can focus on national empowerment and not personal enrichment. A rising tide floats all boats. Spread the wealth through community investments and not personal trinkets and Africa will start to impove. Money handouts not wanted - rather give a fishing rod and teach them to fish, than a fish.