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Monthly Archives: June 2015
More than 15 years ago,the UN member states have agreed on the Millenium Development Goals (MDG) and allthough they hve not been fully reached, it is time to set some new goals to transform our world for 2030. At the … Continue reading
This interestingchart shows wher and how strong women are involved in politics. This map should made clear, that we are not living in a world jet, were man and women are equally involved in politics. Please download the pdf version … Continue reading
Wars around the globe cased 2014 more than 200’000 deaths and costs around 14 billion USD. The australian Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP) has again measured the peace index for 162 countries according to 23 indicators. The good news … Continue reading
The Big Mac index was invented by The Economist in 1986 as an easy to understand guide to whether currencies are at the “right” level. It is based on the theory of purchasing-power parity (PPP), the notion that in the … Continue reading
A very nicely done commercial for recycling…. Think about it: Recycling beins and ends with you! Check it out: And start recycling your waste!
Have a look at this interesting proportional map of the world’s largest languages: hink about it, what language should you study next? Read the original article to find out more about the world’s languages here.
“The problems of living beyond our means are not just environmental, however. To boost our economic output quickly enough, to satisfy the needs of big business, to create more jobs and to provide for the eight million people who are … Continue reading