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The Model United Nations Simulation: 7 Tips To Better Your Performance

Simulations offer students an opportunity to learn from firsthand experience. This sort of experiential learning allows students to apply and test what they learn in their textbooks, and often helps to increase students’ understanding of the subtleties of theories or concepts and … Continue reading

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How to Teach Model UN: Current Events, Israel-Palestine, and UN Membership

The news is full of teachable moments. For teachers, every day and every story is a lesson you can use to teach your students something new about the world. For example; a conflict as old as the UN itself: Israel-Palestine. In … Continue reading

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Where do greenhouse gas emissions come from?

If someone asked you to list the major sources of greenhouse gases around the world, what would you say? “A lot of places — it’s complicated,” is a perfectly reasonable answer, so it’s understandable that most people don’t have this … Continue reading

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Carbon Footprint Inequality: Gulf Between Global Rich and Poor

I think it is very important for the Democrats to press forward with their Green New Deal. It would be great for the so-called “Carbon Footprint” to permanently eliminate all Planes, Cars, Cows, Oil, Gas & the Military – even … Continue reading

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United Nations Ignores Economics Of Climate Change: Nobel laureate William Nordhaus says the costs of proposed CO2 cuts aren’t worth it

Wall Street Journal by Bjorn Lomborg Oct. 9, 2018 6:51 pm  Yale professor William Nordhaus speaks in New Haven, Conn., Oct. 8. PHOTO: MICHELLE MCLOUGHLIN/REUTERS The global economy must be transformed immediately to avoid catastrophic climate damage, a new United … Continue reading

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Economics of climate change innovation | Bjørn Lomborg and Bill Gates

Bill Gates: I wish more people fully understood what it will take to stop climate change. You have probably read about some of the progress on electricity, as renewables get cheaper. But electricity accounts for only a quarter of all … Continue reading

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Global video games market value $134.9bn in 2018

The $134.9 billion market value marks a 10.9% increase over 2017. As expected, mobile accounts for the bulk of the industry’s revenue — 47% of it, in fact, at $63.2 billion (up 12.8% year-on-year). Smartphones led the way here with … Continue reading

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Hitos importantes del código sanitario

Código Sanitario 1957 Se crea el código de practicantes en chile. 1958 Egresa el primer curso de auxiliares de enfermería de chile. 1960 Se dicta DHL N°338 estatuto administrativo, escalafón auxiliares de enfermería. 1968 Se publica en el diario oficial … Continue reading

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Presidente y Primera Dama lanzan el programa «Adulto Mejor»

El programa busca promover un nuevo trato con los adultos mayores, favoreciendo la integración social en todos los ámbitos de la vida, para así lograr un envejecimiento activo y positivo. Santiago, 18 de octubre de 2018. El Presidente Sebastián Piñera … Continue reading

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Cuidados Domiciliarios: Chile Cuida

 ¿En qué consiste el programa? El programa entrega servicios de apoyo y cuidados para la realización de las actividades de la vida diaria a adultos mayores que presentan dependencia moderada y/o severa, que no cuentan con un cuidador principal y … Continue reading

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