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Category Archives: Climate
Climate Change and the Importance of Micro/Small/Medium-Sized Companies in Developing Countries
I just discovered an interesting blog that discusses the importance of MSMEs in developing countries and how they are most impacted by climate change. We often think that it is the large, multinational companies that are the employment engines around … Continue reading
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Where’s the Wind?
With all of the talk about alternative energy, you might think that we have given the best thought to where might be the best location to put wind farms. Well, the following link might be a bit too high level … Continue reading
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Who Are We?
I know WHO we are but do we really appreciate who we are in the greater context of WHERE we are? Because this blog is dedicated to sharing details about where we live and the importance of understanding our tightly, … Continue reading
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