Mark Grassi - THINK ABOUT IT TH!NK ABOUT IT #3 en Copyright 2012 2012-03-07T23:11:51+00:00 Mark Grassi - Desert tears We have the deserts to thank for much of the world's rainfall. So how do we know which balance between desertification and counter-desertification is right? Environment 2010-08-29T14:51:49+00:00 Mark Grassi - The Great Green Wall A wall of a different kind is being planned to show how interdependent problems can also have common solutions Environment 2010-08-29T14:26:01+00:00 Mark Grassi - Pee in the shower- save the rainforest! A government campaign in Brazil is encouraging people to pee in their shower in order to save water Environment 2010-08-18T07:16:11+00:00 Mark Grassi - Hamdoullah in Tunisia Living without development-a night in the Sahara desert Tourism 2010-08-16T13:42:45+00:00 Mark Grassi - Itadikimasu! A blog from the other end of development- what happens when a society develops almost a little too much... Tourism 2010-08-16T13:26:10+00:00 Mark Grassi - Sumak kawsay, Suma Qamaña, or ‘El buen vivir’ Ancient civilisation's history still provides a guide for sustainable development Agriculture 2010-08-16T13:12:57+00:00 Mark Grassi - What is ‘Development’? Development shouldnt be a goal in itself Health 2010-08-16T13:01:29+00:00 Mark Grassi - Naughty Nutella A little research behind food labels can tell a long story about the development of another country... Agriculture 2010-08-16T12:27:32+00:00 Mark Grassi - “8” – Portraits of the Millennium Development Goals A tribute to art with a political commitment- a review of the UNDP's 8 recent film screenings in relation to the MDGs Media 2010-08-16T12:13:20+00:00 Mark Grassi - Breaking down the ‘Other’ In the current era of mass communication, advancing the concept of global citizenship could be more effective in tackling development questions by sector instead of through nation state commitments. Education 2010-08-16T08:52:14+00:00