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Change in Season 2

Evoke Season 2 should tackle with challenges in care about children. Children are defenseless.

There are a lot of problems that need to be solved from evoke agent:

about 200 million children are working on dangerous and exploitative conditions around the world(http://www.planet-wissen.de/politik_geschichte/menschenrechte/kinderarbeit/index.jsp)

about 10000 children are… Continue

Posted on June 30, 2012 at 12:55pm

Managing Panic in Pandemic

safety, calming, connection, efficacy and hopeThese five elements are important in crisis. I read the text about “Managing Panic in Pandemic” and in my opinion the text learns you a lot about psychological first aid.

Epidemiologist Dori Reissman is talking about the key role of journalist in crisis management. Journalists have to be aware of various concerns to help in crisis. Reissman said that psychological first aid is when good things will happen if you do…


Posted on June 23, 2012 at 10:32am

Grazing reserves

The most important lessons of the case study "Conflicts between nomads and arable farmers - establishment of grazing reserves" is that there is always a way to solve a conflict.

There were a lot of arguments and problems between nomads and arable farmers in Nigeria because of their living conditions. Farmers need their arable lands to survive and nomads need place and forage for their livestock. So nomads cross the territories of the farmers -> the cattle eat the farmers…


Posted on June 16, 2012 at 7:30am

Chemicals industry

Germany is a rich country with a high living standard and rich resources. Also my city is not facing huge problems in the next few years. But you never can be sure…

When I think about worse situation that could happen in my city or around it, first I have to think about the chemicals industry. An increasing number of huge chemical concerns are showing up in the last years in Germany. 2010 was the highest growth since 1976 in the chemical production (+11%). So I am sure this promising…


Posted on June 10, 2012 at 12:26pm

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