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Sharing is exploring, Part III – Explore collaborative consumption

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  “In both developed and developing parts of the world, people are exploring how to use goods and services more collaboratively, combining personal and societal value, unlocking opportunities for organizations of all kinds… Continue reading

Don’t throw that away

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Love food – hate waste? You love the sight of your bulging fridge and you are spoilt for choice what to eat. 
But in the end you waste the food because you think… Continue reading

Ghana’s textile industry – and the Chinese.

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All eyes on Ghana. And China’s interfering. What is hiding behind “Made in Ghana” and “Made in China” when it comes to the textile industry? Let’s go back and look at some decisive… Continue reading

India’s people = guniea pigs for the western pharma industries?

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India with its 1’241’491’960 inhabitants has lots of poor and sick people but also very well educated doctors who are relatively cheap. Sadly, it’s still hell for Indians wheras it’s paradise for the… Continue reading

China’s foreign aid in Africa – a blessing or a curse?

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It is a fact that China has become Africa’s largest trading partner with varied investments. But the reaction to that develpment is often very critical, no matter if it’s from the western countries… Continue reading

Green banking – what are YOU waiting for?

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One bank scandal after another. Collapsing banks. Bankrupt banks in the Financial Crisis. Leading to the Economic Crisis. …This is nothing new. But the many banking scandals in the past few years had… Continue reading