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Liberia Signs 'Cash for Trees' Deal

In a recent agreement, Liberia is to become the first African nation to stop cutting down it’s trees in return for development aid.

Norway will pay the country £91.4m to stop deforestation by 2020. 191 more words

Human Geography

Scotland has spoken – but now what?

Professor Charles Pattie writes widely on electoral issues, and is an author of two books on recent Scottish politics, including a study of the 1997 devolution referendum. 4,899 more words

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Contours in the Cordillera

The ancient practice of terracing mountains dates back 2000 years in the Ifuago province of Luzon, Philippines. Their beauty is celebrated throughout the Philippines and the terraces in Banaue are even featured on the 20 peso bill. 574 more words

Far-lane Photography

Counter-Strike and DOTA2

Have you ever wondered why professional gamers (Pro-gamers) are dominated by young males? Have you ever considered why they have little age difference, or difference in nationality? 882 more words

Computer Game

Globalization and the Human Soul

In many ways, the world is a lot smaller than it was 50 years ago. And, it continues to shrink. As noted by Norton (2014): 451 more words

Culture

Exploring the social and solidarity economies in Liverpool and Brazil

Having lived in Liverpool for a year, I can say how enriching the experience of leaving your individual comfort zone can be! I am Carolina Santos. 1,214 more words

Research

The Scottish Independence Referendum: Home thoughts from not really abroad

Professor Charles Pattie writes widely on electoral issues, and is an author of two books on recent Scottish politics, including a study of the 1997 devolution referendum. 3,514 more words

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