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World Bank
2/21/2017

Central African Republic - National survey of municipal monographs 2016 R publique Centrafricaine - Enqu te nationale sur les monographies communales 2016
World Bank
2/19/2017

Research grants for science-industry collaboration do they spur innovation

New plans are underway in Milwaukee for a new, super-green park intended for communities and families. The park, which will be built on a vacant lot, will be a “storm water park” that is sustainable and eco-friendly. The project is being overseen by

The city of Gary, Indiana is considering a reduction of its total number of parks, while revamping some that have been neglected for a long time. Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson said the parks are being examined to see whether they are actually serv

Miami will host a Miami Valley Leave No Child Inside Summit on March 11th to connect inviting teachers, industry professionals and families to come together to discover new ways to connect children to nature. This year's summit is the sixth annual L

“Imagine a city known for excellent environmental education because its parks are natural classroom. As a city, we are creating greater access to nature for all of our younger residents.” -Grand Rapids, Michigan, Mayor Rosalynn Bliss Last year, the
World Bank
2/15/2017

Social learning about environmental innovations experimental analysis of adoption timing
World Bank
2/15/2017

Dynamics of child development analysis of a longitudinal cohort in a very low income country
World Bank
2/13/2017

Skills for a modern Ukraine
World Bank
2/11/2017

Le d fi des comp tences, pourquoi la Cote d Ivoire doit reformer son syst me educatif





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