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Why no press coverage of the Giri Cyclone?

Why no press coverage of the Giri Cyclone?

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On October 22 a category 4 cyclone made landfall in the Arakan region of Myanmar [Burma]. With winds up to 120 mph, it destroyed 70 villages, 15,000 houses, 318 schools and 17,500 acres of agricultural lands in Myebon, Pauktaw, Kyaukpyu, and Minbya townships. Forty-five people are reported dead and…

Development Initiatives in Peru

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This is a short film that profiles the work of two remarkable women working in the Sacred Valley of Peru on Millenium Development Goals 1 (eradicate extreme poverty and hunger), 2 (achieve universal primary education) and 3 (enhance gender parity).

Governor Bill Richardson Speaks Out

Governor Bill Richardson Speaks Out

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New Mexico's Governor Bill Richardson speaks out on Arizona's immigration law. He outlines five proactive recommendations for the Obama Administration. …

Why the name “SedonaCyberLink”?

Why the name “SedonaCyberLink”?

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The other day I ran into a journalist friend in the grocery store. “How is the ‘Save-the-Word’ Business?” he asks. That solicited a flash of a smile and a giggle from me. He had delivered the question in a half-serious, half-joking manner, so when I laughed he responded…

Five Core Principles of Sustainability

Five Core Principles of Sustainability

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The concept of “sustainable development,” as coined by the World Commission on Environment and Development and with it, the term “sustainability” itself, have been gaining increasing recognition in recent years all around the world. Wide-spread use, however, has been followed by growing ambiguity so that today both terms are employed…