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If you want to change the world, you need the right toolkit

Are you scared at the prospect of being an accountant, a lawyer or even a digital marketer for the rest of your life? Have you realised that in our digital post-millenial world, careers are no longer driven by skills but by purpose? If you agree, then you are on the right path to making an impact on…

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Hans Rosling explains overpopulation and climate change

Hans Rosling: Overpopulation and climate change

Hans Rosling explains overpopulation and climate change We pay tribute to Hans Rosling, the Swedish data scientist and sustainable development advocate who passed away on 7 February 2017. Even though Rosling was modest about 'his impact on knowledge', he was lauded as a data guru and 'edutainer' on the topics of population, wealth, inequality and development. It…

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What type of extinction are we heading for?

Scientists from Oxford University are providing a useful perspective on conservation and sustainability by classifying different types of extinctions. This allows for some positive approaches, instead of the prevalent doom and gloom of the sixth mass extinction scenario, which tends to turn people off the issue, as it is difficult to imagine individual responses to such a…

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