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Go West 13

I’m catching up here, with this post from the top west side of Lake Huron, where the skies and

and waters teemed with people.

I headed to the high ground where the… 51 more words



ChannelsTV reported that gunmen have killed a driver and kidnapped seven people in the outskirts of Calabar the Cross River state capital. Three of the hostages are Australian citizens while one is an Australian resident. 16 more words


French Construction Firm Lafarge Paid ISIS to Continue Operating in Syria

Corporate greed has no bounds. French construction material giant Lafarge paid ‘taxes’ to ISIS in order to continue its business operations in Syria throughout the still on-going conflict. 158 more words

World At War

Make Way, Hipster Sustainability...

This paper focuses on the issues that lie behind the inaccessibility of sustainable opportunities for non-traditionally sustainable companies. Seeing that it is evident that sustainability is practically becoming a requirement to enter today’s market, it is no longer enough to have a “bright idea” if that bright idea is unsustainably produced. 188 more words


Paper 2: Dirty Sustainability

When we think about corporate social responsibility (CSR) or philanthropic businesses that are cutting edge in implementing a sustainable stakeholder valued supply chain, we imagine wearing stylish designer Tom shoes, sipping on a $40 Starbucks caramel macchiato while reading about Patagonia on Google through our IPhone 12. 2,023 more words

Social Responsibility


The collapse of a five-storey building at the Lekki Gardens estate at the end of Kushenla Road in the Ikate Elegushi area of Lekki on Tuesday March 8, 2016 and the subsequent steps taken by the Lagos State Government to seal off the property, commence the coroner’s inquest amidst allegations of sub-standard materials, piling of iron rods that were giving way, addition of two extra floors beyond what was officially permitted in spite of government warning and ear-marking of building for demolition; these are now well known allegations. 407 more words

Corporate Nigeria