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Coming up this week on Global 3000 - the magazine on worldwide development and environment from the heart of Europe ---
In the aftermath of the Jasmine Revolution in Tunisia, the popular desire for change has spread like wildfire across the Arab world. In Egypt, too, people took to the streets. Both countries are now looking urgently for an economic upswing to accompany the political upheavals. One of the main factors that will involve is improvements to their education systems.
Tunisia: After the Revolution - What About Economic Change?
Tunisians are proud of their recent revolution and the day that president Ben Ali fled the country. But how long will the mood of optimism continue with no sign of economic change?
Change in Egypt - How Young Revolutionaries Are Turning to Business
The spirit of revolution in Tunisia spilled over and spread to Egypt. Tahir Square became a symbol of the call for freedom. Now the young revolutionaries are turning to business in order to reshape their country.
Climate: Deforestation in Costa Rica - How the People Want to Rescue Biodiversity
Although Costa Rica only covers 0.003% of the planet’s land, it is home to 5% of the world’s animal and plant species. That diversity has come under increasing threat due to the disappearance of its forests.
Big Business in Madagascar - Why Vanilla Farmers Are Under Threat
Vanilla is the second most expensive spice in the world after saffron. The best-quality plants come from Madagascar.
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