Monthly Archives: September 2014

Social Innovation and Global Ethics Forum (SIGEF) 2014

The first edition of the Social Innovation and Global Ethics Forum (SIGEF 2014) will take place in Geneva, Switzerland from October 22nd to October 24th, 2014 at the International Conference Centre Geneva (CICG). This event aims to gather a diverse … Continue reading

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Low Carbon Economy Depends on 2 Degrees of Separation

Between ambition and reality. This is what the latest PwC Low Carbon Economy report is talking about: current trends indicate a 40 C global economy warming while key actors talk about 20 C. According to the report, the global average … Continue reading

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Europe Dependency on Russian Energy

And who has more reasons to fear Russian energy bans. Gazprom has just reduced its energy exports to Romania as of today. The figure pretty much explains Western silence or slow motion in dealing with what we may call the … Continue reading

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Haiti: innovating to help the most vulnerable

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Big Spenders

GRAPHIC: Top military spenders and share of GDP. pic.twitter.com/fLwzQUFxK6 — The Int. Spectator (@INTLSpectator) 30 Août 2014

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Email vs Social Media Marketing Infographic

Apparently, I have been away for so long that WordPress switched to a new editor. Interesting layout! So here is my new September 1 post: Email marketing vs Social Media Marketing Infographic. Do you use any of them and which … Continue reading

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