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If you look at her hands, you'll see her struggles. Literally.

If you look at her hands, you'll see her struggles. Literally. | Mrs. Watson's Class | Scoop.it
Who knew a bucket of water could be so hard? They do.
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Something as basic as water to survive can be deadly. Something we take for granted by turning on the faucet, is a daily challenge for many.

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Against the Wall - Promo

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Post 9/11 there are more walls and political barriers than ever. But do they work?
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Gives an insight into the pros and cons of building walls and how they can change the perceptions  on each side

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Why So Many Emerging Megacities Remain So Poor

Why So Many Emerging Megacities Remain So Poor | Mrs. Watson's Class | Scoop.it
How globalization has changed the nature of urban development.
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▶ Janicki Omniprocessor - YouTube

Bill Gates recently got to check out the Omniprocessor, an ingenious machine designed and built by Janicki Bioenergy, which turns human waste into water and ...
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Sustainability? Source for clean water for the Developing World

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The End of the ‘Developing World’

The End of the ‘Developing World’ | Mrs. Watson's Class | Scoop.it
The old labels no longer apply. Rich countries need to learn from poor ones.
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Nancy Watson's curator insight, March 2, 2014 3:31 PM

LDCs are lean and hungry (tortoises) while the MDCs are fat and complacent (rabbits).