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An inconvenient truth: Does responsible consumption benefit corporations more than society?

Are environmental and social problems such as global warming and poverty the result of inadequate governmental regulations or does the burden fall on our failure as consumers to make better consumption choices? 432 more words


The World Economic Forum Takes up questions of Internet Governance

It comes as no surprise that the internet has grown at a blazing speed- not only creating opportunities for greater innovation, transparency and service delivery -but also creating room for heightened security and other threats. 472 more words

Politics And The Economy

How To Encourage Innovation and Reduce Resistance to Change

When we talk about creating new processes or ways of doing things, we’re really saying that some kind of change is needed. And change is usually viewed as an unwelcome intrusion. 538 more words

Change Management

Exclusive: Ibadan Gets Representation at the World Economic Forum

Ibadan-based youth leader, Olufemi Babalogbon is presently in Geneva for World Economic Forum’s largest community conference – Annual Curators Meeting 2014, representing the city of Ibadan. 305 more words


Water ! The Fifth (deadly) Element.

The World and all its creatures, it is said are made by 5 Elements. Aether…Air…Earth…Fire …. &


And when man forget to respect them …..then… 1,424 more words


IMA Objections to CEA draft standards

Executive Summary
Clinical Establishment Act 2010 and Rules 2012
An independent authority rather than the Government, should be the regulator.
Accreditation and not licensing should be the process of registration. 3,780 more words

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