What the Climate Can Change

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By Jörg Friedrichs Society can change climate, and climate can change society. Below, Jörg Friedrichs suggests that it is helpful to look at distant historical...

Preparing Rice Farmers for Climate Change: Dissemination of Submergence Tolerant Rice in India

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By Takashi Yamano, Maria Luz Malabayabas & Manzoor H. Dar Due to climate change, the frequency of floods and droughts is expected to increase. To...

ExecuJet Aviation Group meeting the development demands in Africa

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By ExecuJet Aviation Group Operating in an environment in which Africa is still recovering from the global recession, ExecuJet have a crucial role to play...

Smart specialization for cities: A roadmap for city intelligence and excellence

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By Jan Sturesson, Hazem Galal and Laurent Probst “We need new perspectives of cities, their visions, knowledge, creativity and motivation in order to find new...

The United States of America – the Real Reason Why They Are Never Winning...

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By Peter Koenig This essay is inspired by Professor James Petras’ article, describing that the US never wins wars despite trillions of investments in her war...

TRUMPIN’ AND THUMPIN’ BACK TO THE 1930s

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By Dan Steinbock With the Trump White House, America and a global economy will enter a highly divisive period – as evidenced by the debate...

India: Domestic Lenses for a Global Vision for the 21st Century

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By Jean-Pierre Lehmann India has emerged as one of the world’s six leading nations. Its global ambitions, however, are mired by difficult domestic circumstances and...

Wise up to Water Risks at the 2013 World Water Week in Stockholm

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By Josh Weinberg & Maya Rebermark, Communications, SIWI Hydrologists like to call water the ‘bloodstream of the planet’. But it is much more than that....

Probing the Minds of Elected Women Representatives on Village Councils in India

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By Samir Sathe The psychological construct of the Elected Women Representatives (EWRs) is a significantly relevant and yet surprisingly ignored subject in India. This article...

SADC Region Seeks to Accelerate Industrialisation amid Challenges in Mining and Energy

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By Abayomi Azikiwe Swaziland summit discusses economic crises in the sub-continent The Republic of South Africa, the most industrialised state in the region, is still undergoing...

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