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United toward attaining the Sustainable Development Goals
In 2015, world leaders adopted global targets as part of a new, ambitious and sustainable development agenda to meaningfully reduce poverty, protect the planet and bring prosperity to more of the world’s population. Today, the United Nations Sustai...
 
 
Replace worry with hope
I’ve stated the following before on many occasions because it’s so very true — worry kills. Yes it does. Any medical doctor will verify that this is indeed true as it can lead to all sorts of serious illnesses — life ulcers, high blood pressu...
 
 
Assistive devices for the hearing impaired
Although hearing aids are the most generic form of hearing technology used by those who are deaf and hard of hearing, there are numerous other assistive technologies available to help people with hearing loss live even more independently. In most cas...
 
 
Vacation-ready feet
The long-awaited summer vacation is finally here! But nothing ruins a perfect summer vacation faster than a painful foot. Summer is when we spend lots of time outdoors and barefoot. This increases the risk of injury and pain to the feet. From the air...
 
 
What are your values?
From my observations, I do believe that in today’s so-called modern world at the beginning of the 21st century so many people, corporations and indeed countries no longer seem to have a core set of values, a code of conduct, a set of principles upo...
 
 
China and the Americas
A few days ago, China struck a remarkable deal: it agreed with the state of California to work on projects that will help lower U.S. greenhouse gas emissions. In a move that symbolically set aside President’s Trump’s ill-considered decision to r...
 
 
Island insights: Cat Island
The cradle of Bahamian Rake ‘n’ Scrape music, Obeah and plantations, Cat Island is the undisputed cultural heart of The Bahamas. While finding sustainable ways to monetize Cat Island’s cultural exports has proved challenging, the island present...
 
 
Designed for the hurricane season
Every year, between June and November, several hurricanes visit the Caribbean. The number may vary year to year, but the inevitability of their arrival is a fact of life with which the people of the Caribbean have lived forever. Those who design bui...
 
 
Why the FNM won the 2017 election, pt. 2
“People never lie so much as after a hunt, during a war or before an election.” – Otto von Bismarck   The general election of 2017 is history, and the Free National Movement (FNM) has handily vanquished the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP...
 
 
Professional development: Key to a company’s sustainability
The professional development of a company’s employees is essential to its efficiency and productivity. With professional development, employees become more confident performing their various tasks and do so with a sense of commitment; loving what t...
 
 
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