Health and Safety: Employer Ban Cell Phone Policy.

Our safety team reviewed the National Safety Council data and other widely distributed information from public sources associated with cell phone use while driving, and the risk was clear. We knew it was time for us to act. Due to the culture of safety, we’ve been able to create in our company, a policyconcerning this issue …

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Prof. Magnus presents a paper on climate change and achieving environmental protection in the Energy and Mining Industries at the 1st AEMI Annual Energy & Mining Conference.

The extraction of non-renewable geological resources such as oil, gas, metals and minerals is a major segment of the global economy. Much of the world’s population lives in countries that are rich in oil, gas and minerals. It is estimated that requirements for steel will grow by 90% between 2010 and 2030, for copper by …

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The opportunities of Artificial Intelligence for Education

Adapted from GBSN Blog Education as a sector has proven stubbornly resistant to change. Despite significant progress in technology, classroom instruction remains unchanged from decades ago. While students have rapidly adopted social media and online collaboration, they do not fully utilize learning tools in most courses. While the consumerization of other slow-to-change sectors such as …

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Carbon pricing should drive African development, not hinder it.

The carbon pricing matter is high on the agenda again in Germany as well for the household and transport sector with lots of support by economists. However, I think the current enthusiasm is more driven by an urgent need because of the previously sluggish policy setting for these sectors rather than by sensible thinking. What …

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