Oszkar Lovas - THINK ABOUT IT http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/index.php/think3/post TH!NK ABOUT IT #3 en krennie1@gmail.com Copyright 2012 2012-03-07T23:11:51+00:00 Oszkar Lovas - G8: an unnecessary feature of globalization? http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/think3/post/g8_an_unnecessary_feature_of_globalization/ http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/think3/post/g8_an_unnecessary_feature_of_globalization/#When:10:32:22Z From 25Th to the 26Th of June, the leaders of the eight biggest countries regarding the economy gathered in Toronto, Canada to find answers to our most urgent questions. Politics 2010-07-04T10:32:22+00:00 Oszkar Lovas - Eyjafjallajoekull-Thank you Iceland? http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/think3/post/eyjafjallajoekull-thank_you_iceland/ http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/think3/post/eyjafjallajoekull-thank_you_iceland/#When:19:31:41Z As the saying goes, "Every cloud has a silver line." This might also stand for the cloud, that is pure volcano ash, and that spreads the sky while grounding thousands of planes, and causing a massive crisis in the World's aviation network. I hereby try to prove that this saying might sound stupid, but is a universal truth. Technology 2010-04-19T19:31:41+00:00 Oszkar Lovas - The naked truth from The Naked Chef http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/think3/post/the_naked_truth_from_the_naked_chef/ http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/think3/post/the_naked_truth_from_the_naked_chef/#When:19:34:06Z One of the most famous chefs on Earth, Englishman Jamie Oliver gave a speech on obesity and obesity-related issues at this year's TED conference at Long Beach, California. You want to know how's America doing, when millions are struck by hunger? Jamie has the answers. Health 2010-04-13T19:34:06+00:00 Oszkar Lovas - Millenium Goals- will we score in the end? http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/think3/post/millenium_goals-_will_we_score_in_the_end/ http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/think3/post/millenium_goals-_will_we_score_in_the_end/#When:13:16:27Z I guess I would have never heard about the UN Millennium Campaign, if I was not there in Brussels this week, at the kick-off event of TH!NK3. Why is that? Why doesn't an initiative, trying to make the world literally a better place, get enough attention? Because, apart from the activists and the true believers, a lot of people think it's not possible. Or not in this way. Politics 2010-03-25T13:16:27+00:00