Monthly Archives: January 2014

Carbon Footprint Per Nation & Capita

A carbon footprint comparison of total carbon dioxide emissions by nation and per capita shows there’s plenty of room for smaller countries to reduce their carbon footprints. Source (available in PDF format): Tracking Carbon Emissions

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Davos: Lagarde Highlights Gender Inequality

Accroître le taux de participation des femmes au marché du travail, et valoriser leur rôle comme moteur de croissance #wef14 #gendergap — Christine Lagarde (@Lagarde) January 25, 2014 When in Davos… Stay politically correct and you’ll be safe! Christine Lagarde … Continue reading

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Here Comes the Sun!

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US Assistant Secretary Nuland: Romanian Rule of Law Raises Concerns

Victoria Nuland, US Assistant Secretary, has travelled to Romania on a two-day official visit marking Romania’s NATO accession tenth anniversary as well as related bilateral agreements. The United States has a profound interest in the continued development of the rule … Continue reading

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Dunes on Mars

Almost earthly! 🙂 Have a great weekend!

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Romania: Why Don’t You Come Over? We speak better English than anywhere you’ve been in France

Originally posted on Communication for Development of Ideas:
With over 7 million immigrants living in the UK – about 11% of the population, notably from India (658k), Poland (521k) and Pakistan (452k), the UK is said to be fearing Romanian…

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EU Free Movement for Romania and Bulgaria

Happy New Year! Romania and Bulgaria have just been granted full EU rights as of today, 7 years after their accession into the European Union. Aside from alarmist voices, some people have actually taken to counting “influx” of Romanians at … Continue reading

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