March 2012 archive

Mar 12

Carbon sequestration worth $80 billion per year

According to the Hobart-based Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems CRC,  wind blowing snow over the East Antarctica has also released nutrients which now sparked with sunlight have created these green cliffs of algae. Australian based scientists have now visited the site and collected water samples. Professor Tom Trull of the ACE CRC is studying the carbon …

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Mar 06

What is social inclusion ?

Social inclusion is obviously the opposite to social exclusion, but to be socially included one has to ask the question; social inclusion to what?  Universities, schools, hospitals, libraries, museums, sports facilities all advocate social inclusion.  There are officers responsible for social inclusion policy,  even a Department of Social Inclusion where support (usually counselling is available) …

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