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power shift

My solutions is Building drainage system auxiliary power supply.
I live in the city often rains. Through construction of drainage system, the potential energy rainwater from high to low into electricity, you can reduce household power consumption.

Posted on July 2, 2012 at 9:24am

food security

My solution is Growing vegetables at home. By growing their own vegetables, reduce waste and Evoke protection awareness of food.
In modern society, more and more people lack the common sense of food.When we are accustomed to fast food, few people understand that food hard to come by.By learning to grow their own vegetables, you can allow people to pay more attention to the protection of food resources.

Posted on July 2, 2012 at 8:17am

The next EVOKE

◾In the next season of evoke Network could tackle missions about other specific topics, just like Racism and religious conflicts

◾New EVOKE communities should try to build up in some place that just experienced a serious social problem, like Syria and Afghanistan

◾More People around the world would join the network if they would get the chance to share their specific expertise.

◾Changes in next season: Specific missions, adapted to recent environmental and political issues…

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Posted on July 1, 2012 at 4:55pm

How Do People React in a Pandemic?

Using evidence from a systematic study of major disasters in the past 50 years, epidemiologist Sandro Galea has developed a framework that identifies five stages of reaction to a disaster:

Five stages of reaction to a disaster

1. Self-Preservation: The first reaction to a disaster is fear and initial anxiety. People are afraid. They seek information. They do what is necessary to figure out how to save themselves.

2. Group Preservation: With the right information…

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Posted on June 23, 2012 at 9:44am

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