Original source - http://reliefweb.int/ Sri Lanka is literally baking these days. During the first week of October, the Metrological Department reported…
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Is big business poised to capture the renewables revolution? Danny Chivers draws up the battle lines.  The London Array, off Britain’s…
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Official figures showing a rise in diseases linked to poverty, such as gout, TB, measles, malnutrition and whooping cough are…
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WITH around 1,700 suspected cases and more than 900 deaths, the outbreak of Ebola haemorrhagic fever in four West African…
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Fixing dreadful sanitation in India requires not just building lavatories but also changing habits. CHEER any Indian leader who takes…
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In the current issue of The Atlantic, Joshua Wolf Shenk has a fascinating description of how Paul McCartney and John…
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  To sum up: modern growth, which is based on the growth of productivity and the diffusion of knowledge, has…
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It is an old question in social movements: Should we fight the system or ‘be the change we wish to…
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The government is considering whether courses in “mindfulness” should be introduced to help improve pupil well-being, a minister revealed today.…
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Mindfulness. If you’re not yet au fait with the concept, it might be a good idea to familiarise yourself with…
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