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Game Changer: H.H. Princess Maja von Hohenzollern (Spain)

In Features 16, Game Changers 16 by Mary Kurek

H.H. Princess Maja von Hohenzollern is a designer for furniture, home-decoration, pets-children-and lifestyle products. She is successfully presented with her collections in about 80 countries on the international market. She was honored with the ASIA DESIGN AWARD GOLD; in Shanghai/China as the best designer. She has a high international reputation in media. Currently, Princess Maja has presented her “Royal Bath” …

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Climate Action and Agriculture Impact Focused on Nigeria

In Features 16 by Mary Kurek

Editor’s Note:  Below you’ll find two people who are focusing their work and ideas on creating sustainable development in Africa by working on climate change solutions in Nigeria.  Adewumi Mojisola (we call her Sola) is no stranger to The Introducer readers.  She was featured in our 14th edition on Developing Youth as Global Citizens.  It’s no surprise then that you’d …

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Business Climate Resilience – Thriving Through the Transformation by Maria Mendiluce

In Features 16 by Mary Kurek

“In advance of Climate Week, the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) launched its report on Business Climate Resilience. Maria Mendiluce, WBCSD’s Climate & Energy Managing Director, provides her thoughts on how the report helps business to successfully address climate-related issues in ways that better both their business and society.”  Bill Sisson, Executive Director, North America, World Business Council …

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The Leadership We Need to Drive Climate Action in Africa

In Features 16 by Mary Kurek

Finding Your Purpose and Making Skills and Talents Count by Dr. Richard Munang “If you close your eyes to facts, you will learn through accidents” – this African proverb encapsulates the continent’s climate change predicament. That while it has been a source of misfortune, it constantly provides us with lessons to climate-proof and grow our economies – but only if …

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Microalgae and Climate Change by David D. Ramjohn

In Features 16 by Mary Kurek

Microalgae can reverse Global Warming that drives Climate Change. They did it once before and they can do it again if we harness their ability in diverse sustainable economic activity while changing our patterns of production and consumption from linear to circular. Approximately two point seven billion years ago Earth’s atmosphere had no free oxygen. Life prior to this time …