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Katrin Ziegler
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For it's next season, EVOKE should tackle problems related to children - like child slavery or poverty. Although child problems are closely related to world problems in general, they are a special target group who needs a lot of attention. Children are the ones who will built our future and therefore highly important. One has to show them how to live a respectful and useful life. Furthermore EVOKE could tackle problems which are related to globalization. In Europe, there are huge problems…

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Posted on June 30, 2012 at 3:04pm

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For me the complete crisis communication was very helpful and informative. I have learned a lot of new things and also things which were really surprising (for example that hating something - like a virus - can help people to handle the situation and to express people`s fears).

But the most interesting aspect for me was the distinction between outrage and hazard. I never thought about this problem in detail but when you think about it, it is almost always the hazard people talk about…

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Posted on June 20, 2012 at 9:54am

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I read an interesting case study on CBNRM about The Sustainable Management Of Prunus Africana In The Mount Cameroon Region.

In the Mt. Cameroon area grows a tree which is called Prunus Africana. Its bark is used to produce drugs by a pharmaceutical company from France. The trading with the bark was the reason why it came to an irresponsible handling with the resources (due to black markets, too much…

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Posted on June 16, 2012 at 9:19pm

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Natural disasters are not very typical for Germany. I also cannot imagine that there could be food shortage although it might be possible due to crop failures or delivery problems. Therefore I consider a health outbreak as the most possible crisis my city could face. There could be a pandemic because of accidents or carelesness in hospitals or labs.

If a pandemic or any disease would break out in Nuremberg, it would be important to collect the following information:

-what…

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Posted on June 5, 2012 at 10:19am

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