A crash course in changing the world.
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Triggers to community health centers
Recent economic changes have prompted an increase and a need for reorganization at many community health clinics across the United States. Many health clinics…Continue
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With the constant increase in technology many companies have be required to adapt to customer demands. Many customers want alternatives to products available in the past. There has been a recent focus on earth friendly or “green” products. This trend has forced many…Continue
I took this simple quiz and was quite ashamed at how horribly large my footprint is. This tool does offer great way to reduce my footprint and some of these were apparent immediately while taking the quiz.
I am interested to see what others scored. Please post back and let me know. Oh yeah! My score, let's just say we would need about 4 earths to support people…Continue
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I realize the following link contains information that is completely Americalized and for the benefit of those already in a comfortable position. Mr. Vest even says "to sustain the American way of life", but this is information none the less. There are points of interest within this lecture that can be harvested and used in other ways for the benefit of mankind. Please do your best to filter out the capitalistic ranting and see these well researched, hard numbers for what they are. Some key…Continue
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Ester Duflo is an economist with the University of Massachusetts. Her studies include finding more effective ways to learn. This is a fundamental part of any nations education program. Ineffective teaching practices only cost resources and waste time. Ester's studies will ensure that applied programs will perform at their maximum potential for the maximum benefit of nations in need. IT is important to start at the source and correct any problems there before moving on to…Continue
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I chose Ester Dulfo. She is a economist with the Massachusetts University of Technology. Her studies focus on effective education at the lowest cost. She has methodically performed tests to determine how people best learn and how they can be best educated. It is obvoius that nations have sent aid to underdeveloped parts of the world for many years; but have we seen quantitive results? In many cases this aid money is being wasted on ineffective teaching methods and practices. One would think…Continue
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