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28 November 2013

Once the Prices become Prohibitive

In the last century the prices of commodities had been cut by half. But, on the contrary, in this first decade of the new century prices increased more than two times! Resource prices during most of ...

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28 November 2013

Retirees: Think Before You Leap

Many people plan to change their lives after retirement. Most of them are not looking for adventure but want to change their ways of life in a pleasant and secure environment. Many reports (Mercer, ...

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7 November 2013

The Slow Death of the Postman

Will the delivery of mail soon be a thing of the past? Many postal services across the world are considering cutting delivery from 6 days a week to 5 or even 3 in order to lower costs as people ...

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7 November 2013

A Swiftly Warming Planet

Climate change has become a tangible reality. " As a time when governments throughout the world are struggling to boost growth, increase access to energy, and improve food security, it is ...

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17 October 2013

Lost or Wasted !

Roughly one third of the food produced in the world for human consumption every year gets lost or wasted - Report Food and Agriculture Organization -FAO- (UN). This represents annually approximately ...

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17 October 2013

Criminal Networks enjoy Sports

Sport is a multi-billion dollar business which attracts more and more criminal organizations. Corruption, match-fixing and doping represent the dark side of sports. Europol revealed a few month ago ...

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27 September 2013

Germany and India face a similar problem

Massive investments in infrastructure are required. And this does not concern only India. Surprisingly Germany is also affected by a lack of investment in this strategic sector. But let us begin ...

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27 September 2013

Europe is not an Island

Deep poverty does exist in Europe. And it is time for action. The EU's target is to reduce poverty by lifting 20 million people out of the risk of poverty or social exclusion by 2020. According ...

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7 September 2013

A Poor Management of Water Resources

Indians are tapping their underground aquifers faster than nature can replenish it. A report from the National Geophysical Research Institute in Hyderabad concluded that groundwater supplies in many ...

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7 September 2013

The Cost of Air Congestion

The free movement of people and goods has a cost. Although the regulation has brought some inprovements in use of airport capacity, it is still not adequate to address the increasing congestion at ...

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