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A scientific network for sustainaible development

A new scientific network (

"WiserEarth est un espace communautaire en ligne qui connecte les individus et organisations faisant face aux problèmes fondamentaux de notre époque : le changement climatique, la pauvreté, l’environnement, la paix, l’eau, la faim, la justice sociale, la protection, les Droits de l’Homme, et de nombreux autres enjeux."

"WiserEarth ayuda al Movimiento global de personas y organizaciones trabajando por la justicia social, derechos indígenas, cuidado del medio ambiente, a realizar conexiones, colaborar, compartir conocimiento y construir alianzas."

"O WiserEarth auxilia o movimento global de pessoas e organizações trabalhando para a justiça social, direitos de povos indígenas, conexão para gestão ambiental, compartilhamento de conhecimento e formação de alianças."

Network with French, Portugese and Spanish version. English is coming (not working on my computer)

A network with 40 000 membres (hum!)

Survey on Social Scientific Network

Dear all, we invite you to respond to our survey :

Click here to take survey

Deadline to respond : December 22nd, 2009

The way in which researchers debate and publish scientific results has not changed substantially within the last decades. The way this process takes place does not answer the need of field actors and stakeholders such as governmental and non governmental organizations for the diffusion of project results and the availability of specific information in their fields of action.

Researchers and field actors nowadays make increasing use of digital media. Tools such as blogs, wikis and scientific networks can enrich scientific communication. A network could enable field actors to meet the right people or get crucial information at the right time for their project development.

Field Actions Science Reports : Release of the Volume 3

Release of the Volume 3

The editorial team of FACTS Reports is proud to launch its Volume 3, Number 1. We invite you to share this information with your colleagues.

This issue includes 11 new articles in the following categories: Health, Agriculture and Environment, Economy and Development. The authors outline field projects from Africa (Cameroon, Kenya, Uganda, Madagascar), Asia (Thailand, India, Nepal, Philippines) and America (Mexico).

2010 will begin with a Special Issue focused on urban agriculture ( A hundred and fifty million urban farmers produce 15% of the world's food. This phenomenon is a common practice in developing countries but it is also becoming significant in cities of developed countries.

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