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Amazon Conservation Team: Union of Yagé Healers of the Colombian Amazon

Amazon Conservation Team: Union of Yagé Healers of the Colombian Amazon | ESPECIALISTAS EN DERECHO PENITENCIARIO | Scoop.it

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Learn More About OLI | Open Learning Initiative

Learn More About OLI | Open Learning Initiative | ESPECIALISTAS EN DERECHO PENITENCIARIO | Scoop.it

The Open Learning Initiative (OLI) is a grant-funded group at Carnegie Mellon University, offering innovative online courses to anyone who wants to learn or teach. Our aim is to create high-quality courses and contribute original research to improve learning and transform higher education.


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Lara N. Madden's curator insight, March 18, 2014 12:40 PM

Open access learning & teaching opportunities.

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This is an extraordinary opportunity. There is no excuse for not receiving an education. If you have a SMART phone you can learn.

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Will American Pot Farmers Put the Cartels out of Business?

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They've driven prices so low that Mexican growers are giving up.

 

For the first time ever, many of the farmers who supply Mexican drug cartels have stopped planting marijuana, reports the Washington Post. "It's not worth it anymore," said Rodrigo Silla, a lifelong cannabis farmer from central Mexico. "I wish the Americans would stop with this legalization."  Facing stiff competition from pot grown legally and illegally north of the border, the price for a kilogram of Mexican schwag has plummeted by 75 percent, from $100 to $25.


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Gene Gagne's curator insight, December 2, 2015 9:37 AM

there is also a negative side affect on this and that is now that planting marijuana is not making any money for the growers it is time to move to bigger and more dangerous stuff. The united states though the government  will not admit to, has a major drug usage problem and so it would be time to bring in another form of drug to make a profit. every so often there is something new that pops up on the streets and Americans want to experience them.

BrianCaldwell7's curator insight, March 16, 2016 3:51 PM

Events that we think of as local (Washington and Colorado legalizing marijuana use) have national and global implications, especially in a globalized economy.  This article is but one example of why geographers try to approach every issue at a variety of scales to more fully comprehend the ramifications and ripple effects of any given phenomenon. 

 

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Courtney Barrowman's curator insight, March 9, 2017 12:06 PM
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