deliberateLIFE Magazine Issue #5 – Review

Green (Living) Review

Fay has lived and worked in Hungary, India, Ethiopia, Kenya, the United States and South Africa. Review by Michael Smith (Veshengro) deliberateLIFE Magazine is now one year old – so let''s say Happy Birthday – and issue #5 has just hit the iPad screens and others, so to speak, and this is yet another great issue.

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How Green Are You?

Eco Friendly Daily

Representative nations from each continent were involved, from Brazil, Mexico, China, Japan, India, France, Germany, Hungary, Spain, the UK, Russia, and Australia. Overall, US consumers fared the worst, with the least sustainable habits, while Brazil and India came at the top. Even those at the top of the scale – Brazil and India – only scored 60 out of a possible 100. China (56.1), Mexico (54.3), Hungary (53.2), and Russia (52.4)

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deliberateLIFE. The green and ethical magazine for the iPad generation

Green (Living) Review

Fay has lived and worked in Hungary, India, Ethiopia, Kenya, the United States and South Africa. Review by Michael Smith (Veshengro) deliberateLIFE is the brainchild of Fay Johnson Fay Johnson. She is the Founder & Chief Deliberator at deliberateLIFE Magazine. Fay is a social entrepreneur and has worked with influencers, businesses, governments, and non-profits to leverage their resources effectively to create change.

VisionConsult presents "Village of the Future" for Roma Inclusion

Green (Living) Review

A region with strong Roma minorities is the Balkans, with countries like Bulgaria, Hungary, Macedonia, Romania, Serbia and Slovakia featuring a Roma minority approaching 10% of the population or even surpassing this figure. The first “Village of the Future” is about to be constructed in the Northwest of India – near Abu Road in the state of Rajasthan – on a plot of about 16 hectares.

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Human Rights in China. and the global trade

Green (Living) Review

We are losing one manufacturing place after the other and it is all going to China, in the main, with one or two moving to Hungary and the likes. At least India is a democracy and human rights are somewhat better than in China. by Michael Smith (Veshengro) The more we look at China the more we must come to the conclusion that we, the so-called “free” world, should stop doing business with them, period. This would also be better for our economies and the Planet.

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The Life and Death of Urban Highways

The Green Changemakers

ITDP has offices in Argentina, Brazil, China, Colombia, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Mexico, and the United States; employs more than 70 staff members; and supplements this team with leading architects, urban planners, transport experts, developers, and financiers. Download this document and view it on your favorite reader. Download [link] Cities need roads, and sometimes they even need highways, but few cities have thought systematically about when and where they need highways.

Shocking analysis by country of years left to zero emissions

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years), Samoa (31.3), Tonga (31.3), Morocco (32.8), Senegal (32.8), Albania (32.8), Georgia (32.8), Armenia (34.3), St Vincent & Grenadines (36.1), Kenya (36.1), Maldives (37.9), Kyrgyzstan (37.9), Burkina Faso (37.9), India (40.1), Cook Islands (40.1), Bhutan (42.4), Yemen (45.1), Tajikistan (45.1), Mozambique (45.1), Rwanda (45.1), Burundi (45.1), Lesotho (48.1), Swaziland (48.1).

Island Nations can fight Climate Genocide with Carbon Debt & Carbon Credit Analysis

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trillion for India. Thus India (2.5%) = (0.025 x 346 = 8.65) + (2.5 million (India) – 1,339.7 It should be noted that this analysis is rather unfair to India, China , the “Rest of World” and indeed much of the “Rest of Europe” because it ignores the reality that most of these countries were variously subject in this period of 1751-2006 to colonial subjugation or crippling hegemony by the major polluters, namely the UK, Germany, the USA, Russia and Japan (see “ Body Count.