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Note: The objectives are as they appear in the Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan from Botswana found on the cbd.int/doc/world/bw/bw-nbsap-01-en.pdf link.

The OECD Local Economic and Employment Development (LEED) has always participated in a critical role in “identifying and disseminating information on international innovations and best practices in local economic and employment development” To my advanatage, the LEED has tackle the county of Poland. In March of 2010, the OECD Local Economic and Employment Development (LEED) […]

Back in May, 2007 a conference took place in Warsaw, Poland – Disseminating IP Knowledge in Universities. The conference initiated for discovering the role of scientists, universities, and research units in spreading of intellectual property knowledge as a fundamental component of modern economy based on knowledge. As my prior post mentions, Poland‘s economy has been […]

Assuming his new position as Nigeria’s Science and Technology Minister, in Goodluck’s transition government, Prof. Mohammed Abubakar comments blow further wind in the sails of the country’s efforts to promote sustainable technology transfer capacity. The incoming Minister stated that “the most important thing we [Nigerians] have to start thinking about is how to translate what […]

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Many individuals do have their preconceived concepts about Poland. However, Poland is the only country within the European Union (EU) to have a economic growth of 1.2% during 2009. Gross Domestic Prodcut (GDP) is the basic measure of a country’s overall economic output and Poland’s GDP per head rose from 50% to 56% of the EU […]