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Journalism and crisis

Hello all,


Today, I'd like to blog about the role played by journalists during a crisis. This subject is very interesting as we come to globalization.


First of all, let's see an exemple: Greece. It was a "small" crisis until the media jumped into the story and started to write articles every hour or so about how bad the situation is. The result was the unjustified crash down of the stock markets around the world. On the other hand, as soon as the…
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Posted on May 7, 2010 at 7:30pm

The EVOKE network improves

Hello all!


I strongly believe that the EVOKE initiative is a good one and that it has a lot of potential to change the face of our world. On the other hand, in its actual form, not much will be accomplished. We write blog posts that are barely read and whenever someone has a solid project, it has no visibility.


The solution that seems to make the most sense is to have a website and a community revolving around PROJECTS instead of people. We…
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Posted on May 6, 2010 at 8:13pm

Green floating cities

Hello all!


I've made a lot of ressearch in the last few days to find something really interresting to talk about. Really, it's been hard, but I found something incredible.


Most scientists agree that the sea level will rise constantly for the next decades. Many islands will disappear and many shores will be flooded. This raise the following issue: Were will we go?


One of the many solutions is to buy floatting cities!…
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Posted on April 26, 2010 at 2:19am

Excessive logging in the Pacific

For this week, I decided to talk about a region I know well for I've visitied it few times: Solomon Islands and Vanuatu.


In those small countries, locals have taken care of the land forever, but then the chineese arrived, bought the land from the locals for a ridiculously low price, and started massive logging. China being the biggest wood importer for the next 20 years at least, it seems logical to invest in other countries. That way, they go to other countries, then send…
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Posted on April 22, 2010 at 2:36am

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