Ecological Preservation : Offshore Drilling: Impacts & Counts

Offshore drilling refers to a mechanical process where a wellbore is drilled through the seabed. It is typically carried out in order to explore for and subsequently extract petroleum which lies in rock formations beneath the seabed. Most commonly, the term is used to describe drilling activities on the continental shelf, though the term can also be applied to drilling in... Continue Reading →

China makes everything and makes a lot of it. Here are 10 things that China makes so much of that if production stops, consumers across the globe will find themselves missing out on certain creature comforts. Not that China will stop production soon. In July, the manufacturing sector went against projections of a contraction, with... Continue Reading →

Japan is Successful with Circular Economy

Japanese recycling rates are extraordinary:  98 per cent for metals for example and, in 2007, just five per cent of Japan’s waste ended up in a hole in the ground, compared with 48 per cent for the UK in 2008. Japan’s appliance recycling laws ensure the great majority of electrical and electronic products are recycled, compared... Continue Reading →

Ten ways to Kill a Good Workplace

 A sardonic view of the way that organizations typically approach managing people and projects, which of course kills the creative incentive and capabilities of creative people. Always pretend to know more than everybody around you. Get employees to fill in time sheets. Run daily checks on progress of everyone's work. Ensure that highly qualified people... Continue Reading →

Its Thoughts Everywhere

We feel the happiest people are always blessed with good luck, a deeper observation reveals a pattern of a positive attitude they have shown to the same kind of situations what every one of us also faced. That positive attitude expanded their opportunities as good lucks. Nothing specially designed to happen specifically to do with... Continue Reading →

Commercialization of Education : Why?

The education system has been viewed so narrow, in such a way that if  we invest money, the consumer pays money to us and we take our profits. No. This theory will not work with the education system. The cycle does not end here. Any nation that educates its young generation for the sole  purpose... Continue Reading →

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