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How can enterprises better serve the wider community? David Erdal has a radical solution, reports Michael Smith.
Kenneth Noble looks at the importance of the Earth’s Biodiversity and, first, meets two daring artists who aim to let nature speak for herself.
Prof Richard Whitfield argues that we must get our relationships right if we are to give the next generation a fair chance in life.
Sandy and Caz Hore-Ruthven visit a tourist trap with a message.
If there were a media Richter scale, the New York Times’ Jayson Blair affair might well have set a new shock record. The Times’ disclosure of how for years Blair, 27, deceived and tricked his readers and editors alike sent shock waves through media across America and doubtless the world. He was accused of widespread plagiarism, falsification of information and of using datelines to create the impression he’d done on-the-scene reporting when he hadn’t. The revelations not only brought Blair’s resignation but also those of the executive and managing editors.
As you reach out for a jar of coffee in the supermarket, you can give a hand to the people who grew the beans, discovers Mary Lean.
If love makes the world go round, greed also keeps things moving-but it makes for a stomach-churning ride. Personal greed is rampant-not least where failed company bosses receive seven-figure 'golden handshakes' while their redundant ex-employees are only offered a few thousand pounds. A recent white paper from Britain's Department of Trade and Industry offers hope that these scandals may be addressed, by linking directors' retirement pay-outs to their companies' performance.
Michael Marshall is the Assistant Bishop of London. This article is taken from a 'Greencoat Forum' given at the IC centre in London earlier this year.
Few countries have seen more changes in the last century than Russia. Anastasia Stepanova traces its history through the lives of three generations.
Bryan Hamlin, a British-born American citizen, challenges Europe's prejudice towards the United States.
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