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South Sudan: Pipelines and Oil Pollution

South Sudan: Pipelines and Oil Pollution

Article By Prof. Magnus Uju Amajirionwu, DPhil. Originally posted on Linkedin: http://bit.ly/2QyQbMx The South Sudan government recently announced plans to relocate thousands of people affected by the oil pollution in the former Unity State and other areas in the north of South Sudan. South Sudan’s Parliamentary Committee on Petroleum and […]

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The Pearl of Africa and the 16th African Wildlife Consultative Forum – Matters Arising

The Pearl of Africa and the 16th African Wildlife Consultative Forum – Matters Arising

The African Wildlife Consultative Forum (AWCF) recently held its 16th meeting of African governments, professional hunting associations, community-based sustainable use organisations and wildlife experts in Kampala, Uganda from November 13-16, 2018. It is the first time the meeting was held in Uganda and focused mainly on African lions and leopards, […]

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The State of Climate Science

Dr. Marcia McNutt – The State of Climate Science Roberto Bencini, Rome (Italy) 31 October 2018 On October 29th, 2018, the Columbia Energy Exchange published an interesting podcast, where Bill Loveless interviews Dr. Marcia McNutt, the president of the National Academy of Sciences, about the status of climate science (https://energypolicy.columbia.edu/dr-marcia-mcnutt-state-climate-science). […]

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Pilots of £6m anti-cheating tool report successful results

Pilots of £6m anti-cheating tool report successful results EU-backed project using facial-, voice- and keystroke-identification technology enters final stages Anna McKie, The Times Higher Education 29 October 2018 A €7 million (£6.2 million) tool designed to stamp out cheating in online assessment is preparing for launch after successful European trials. […]

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