Jornal Cidadania • Edition 58 • Year 8 - January / February 2011
education and technology
Educators and experts discuss new information technology and its impact on the 21st century school
Read interview with the president of TerraCycle do Brazil, one of the topics covered in the edition 58 of Cidadania.
Read interview with the founder of the Entrepreneurial Incubator for Ex-Offenders, one of the topics covered in the edition 58 of Cidadania.
See two differing opinions on the use of computers and modern information technologies in the classroom.
How the Louisiana government, in the United States, has made culture a strategic factor in economic growth and recovery after Hurricane Katrina
As a model for “sponsored garbage”, TerraCycle manages to transform hard-to-recycle waste into business for everyone.
Essential to the global dissemination of information, digital technology is a new challenge for the preservation of knowledge.
An organization that stimulates the creation and early development of new companies, giving them a set period of time to use its infrastructure and basic services, capacity building, advisory services and networking.
In March 2001, while the international community was decrying the destruction of the two giant Buddha statues in the Bamiyan Valley in Afghanistan, Mullah Mohammed Omar, spiritual leader of the Taliban made the following statement: “What are you complaining about? We are only waging war on stones.”
The Jornal Cidadania is a Bunge Foundation publication, it was released in 2001, it's objective is to spread knowledge and ideas and estimulate actions and sustentable practices.
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