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Yangon's architecture under threat

Yangon's architecture under threat | Economic Geography | Scoop.it
On the brink of destruction, conservationists look to preserve what is left of Myanmar's historic trading centre, Yangon.
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Mapping The Internet: 12 Infographic Maps

Mapping The Internet: 12 Infographic Maps | Economic Geography | Scoop.it

The internet is a worldwide network of computers, but it seems very intangible to most of us. In a general sense, the internet is made up of a lot of different components: Websites, users, servers, browsers, networking cables, and more. Some of these things have a physical component, and some of them do not, but even the ones that do have a physical component can be hard to conceptualize spatially. These maps help to lend that spatial component to the Internet.


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SLASSI SENNOU Said's curator insight, October 4, 2013 7:02 AM

Very instructive

chen kc's curator insight, October 10, 2013 12:39 AM

http://www.staged.com/video?v=WQce like this video content...i like this....great visualise...infographic...

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European fruit growers bruised by Russian sanctions

European fruit growers bruised by Russian sanctions | Economic Geography | Scoop.it
Moscow's tit-for-tat ban on imports of fruits and vegetables over Ukraine crisis leaves EU producers facing bleak autumn
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Why are the Mint countries special?

Why are the Mint countries special? | Economic Geography | Scoop.it
A four-part series on Radio Four focuses on the Mint countries - Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey - tipped as the next to assume their places at the high table of economic success. Jim O'Neill explains what they have in common.
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Millennium development goals: big ideas, broken promises? - interactive

Millennium development goals: big ideas, broken promises? - interactive | Economic Geography | Scoop.it
“ The eight millennium development goals expire in 2015. What progress has been made? What needs to happen next? Examine the data”
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