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15 global challenges that cannot be addressed by any government acting alone

  The 15 Global Challenges  from t he Millennium Project, a global participatory think tank. 1. How can sustainable development be achieved for all while addressing global climate change? 2. How can everyone have sufficient clean water without conflict? 3. How can population growth and resources be brought into balance? 4. How can genuine democracy emerge from authoritarian regimes? 5. How can decisionmaking be enhanced by integrating improved global foresight during unprecedented accelerating change? 6. How can the global convergence of information and communications technologies work for everyone? 7. How can ethical market economies be encouraged to help reduce the gap between rich and poor? 8. How can the threat of new and reemerging diseases and immune micro-organisms be reduced? 9. How can education make humanity more intelligent, knowledgeable, and wise enough to address its global challenges? 10. How can shared values and new security strategies reduce ethnic conflicts, terroris

Buzz by bridget brigitte from Buzz

Buzz by bridget brigitte from Buzz : "This is a weird morning: My boyfriend is on Tweeter I'm on Buzz My son is on Facebook One of my girl playing with her iphone My other little girl is Texting My dog is Watching TV My cat is playing with my mousse Hey guys!!! Do I need to call a doctor ???" But the doctor is busy with his new Googlephone.

Cinderella's real name is Ella

Disney Cinder ella Eau de Toilette (EDT) 50ml Spray (Google Affiliate Ad) I bought a second-hand book from the Community Charity Shop for my daughter. There is another Cinderella story among the Fairy stories. My daughter asked me to read it, She was dressed in rags, and because she spent so much time in the kitchen among the cinders, they called her "Cinderella". So, Cinderella actually was a nickname, What's Cinderella's real name? Was it Ella? Ella is a female given name, it seems not very common, according to statistics, 1 in 990 females called Ella; and its popularity rank in the U.S. is #210. The original story was written by the Brothers Grimm, In one very early English version, translated by Margaret Taylor (1884) , explaining the origin of Cinderella's Name, Besides this, the sisters did her every imaginable injury -- they mocked her and emptied her peas and lentils into the ashes, so that she was forced to sit and pick them out again. In