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United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals

United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals
April 5, 2016 Comments Off on United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals

1-6 POVERTY HUNGER AND FOOD SECURITY HEALTH EDUCATION GENDER EQUALITY AND WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT WATER AND SANITATION 7-12 ENERGY ECONOMIC GROWTH INFRASTRUCTURE, INDUSTRIALIZATION INEQUALITY CITIES SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION AND PRODUCTION 13-17 CLIMATE CHANGE OCEANS BIODIVERSITY, FORESTS, DESERTIFICATION PEACE AND JUSTICE Read More »

A New Way of Thinking About Leadership

A New Way of Thinking About Leadership
January 7, 2016 Comments Off on A New Way of Thinking About Leadership

Our Approach YouthActionNet offers a comprehensive, holistic approach to addressing the needs of young social entrepreneurs, while at the same time developing a global community supporting the sector as a whole. Our model’s innovation and scalability is based on six ... Read More »

Top Ten Ways to Inspire Others to Be Their Best

Top Ten Ways to Inspire Others to Be Their Best
October 4, 2015 Comments Off on Top Ten Ways to Inspire Others to Be Their Best

Nelson Mandela, the best Role Model of all inspiring people. Michael Angier We all know people who are inspiring. But just how does one inspire others? Here are ten simple ways you can inspire people to be their best: Be a ... Read More »

Redefining the role of government in agriculture

Redefining the role of government in agriculture
September 3, 2015 Comments Off on Redefining the role of government in agriculture

Government policies in agriculture have been costly and misdirected world wide. In developed countries, those policies cost taxpayers andconsumers hundreds of billions of dollars every year. In developing countries, policies have impoverished rural people without providing food security. This need ... Read More »

Redefining The Culture of Agriculture

Redefining The Culture of Agriculture
August 3, 2015 Comments Off on Redefining The Culture of Agriculture

              For the first time in history, more than half of the world’s population lives in cities. The demographic fueling urbanization the most is youth, who are 40% more likely than older generations to ... Read More »