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Thursday, January 10, 2013

A Little CONSCIOUS-chaos For The Afternoon



I gather together Humanitarian Related Global Issues. That  come to my inbox from 
many sources and are collectively presented in my "People's PoweredNews"/ ConsciousCHAOS-
tied together for decision makers to draw information from
that reflects humanity and the needs of the globe we live on.
We are evolving to a more conscientious driven force out of necessity...
now's the time to make the conscientious changes!
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A group of young brains from Europe, Asia and north America, led by a 33-year-old German former Goldman Sachs banker but inspired by a London theatre lighting engineer of 62, have bought a sizeable lump of this unpromising outback territory and built on it an experimental greenhouse which holds the seemingly realistic promise of solving the world's food problems.http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2012/nov/24/growing-food-in-the-desert-crisis


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Teachers and students in Rwanda are learning to write their own stories, creating culturally relevant materials for other young readers to share. A similar literacy program in Mali is creating a culture of reading supported by oral and written storytelling in thousands of classrooms. While both approaches put writing at the heart of reading instruction, each program has been customized to meet its country’s specific literacy education needs. ... http://www.edc.org/newsroom/articles/reading_and_writing_go_hand_hand


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Coral reefs and marine ecosystems in the Milne Bay Province of the Pacific Island nation of Papua New Guinea are at serious risk of long-term environmental damage. The reason: an oil spill from a ship that ran aground on a reef on Kwaiawata Island on Christmas Eve, and authorities’ long delay in mobilising an appropriate response to the accident.http://www.ipsnews.net/2013/01/pacific-island-wakes-up-to-threat-of-oil-spills/

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Global demand for soybeans has soared in recent decades, with China leading the race. Nearly 60 percent of all soybeans entering international trade today go to China, making it far and away the world’s largest importer. ... http://www.ipsnews.net/2013/01/chinas-rising-soybean-consumption-reshaping-western-agriculture/

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