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Nature trade

I live in Croatia, Europe.

My country is full of fresh clean uncontaminated water.

We can drink it from the pipe or go to a trip to the hill Sljeme and drink directly from a small creek.

So we really have clean water. There is little or no polluting industry here.

Other countries in Europe have some things we don't. Nuclear energy plants for example.

But they don't have clean water. They have to buy it bottled, sometimes from us (Jana or Jamnica)

So why don't we sign a… Continue

Posted on April 21, 2010 at 9:34pm

Why money is trouble and how to avoid it.

Imagine we're friends. We go out and today I forgot my wallet. If I have no money now, it's OK, you'll pay the drink for me. Next time I will pay for you if I have money and you don't. No one keeps tabs for this. It's basic friendship.



Now this is something friends do for each other often, but rarely think of it as a 'system', and certainly not as a 'sustainable system'. The main reason why is because it's too simple to exploit. I could always say that 'I'm just broke' and never pay… Continue

Posted on April 4, 2010 at 5:44pm

Me 2.0

For ten years where will I be? Who knows. It's too far. But I know what kinds of events will transform who I am.



For example, this summer my friends and I will take a hitchhiking trip around Europe, meet the people from different countries, broaden our views etc. This will certainly help me in becoming a more tolerant person in the future, and more of a "citizen of the world", which I hope to fully become in 10 years.



Next, I am sure I will be more well read and more informed… Continue

Posted on April 4, 2010 at 5:17pm

The Poverty Helpers: Rotary!

I've recently been involved with this great organization who help prevent polio, help prevent poverty, help bring about more understanding between people by international camps and so on.



They are called Rotary.



They do this by meetings on which they discuss what to do, and the money they get from donations and from themselves (membership fee is monthly and they have to pay it). It is great. Learn about whether they exist in your town and try to help them or if you're rich… Continue

Posted on April 4, 2010 at 4:30pm

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At 1:42am on April 26, 2010, Paul Holze said…
I have enjoyed all of your quests
At 1:35pm on April 22, 2010, Ivo Sluganović said…
Trebao bih i više biti, znam :)
Planiram se time malo pozabaviti, ali sad moram neki rad napisati... Kasnije ;)
 
 
 

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