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World Problems relating to Networks

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Covert intelligence agency operations
Lack of identity of international nongovernmental organization network
Poisonous algae
Red tides
Threatened species of Otocolobus manul ferrugineous
Inflexible intermediary political implementation networks

Action Strategies relating to Networks

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Reorienting higher education towards sustainable development
Protecting electronic privacy
Strengthening network of national information exchange centres on chemicals
Networking engineers
Creating french speaking academic networks
Networking information centres
Providing electronic networking
Facilitating global partnership of non-governmental organizations
Compiling directory of endangered species
Networking museum professionals
Expanding university programmes and networks on sustainable development education
Strengthening effective information exchange
Exchanging research information
Networking on sustainable energy
Creating environmental education partnerships with industry
Analysing social networks
Developing an intergovernmental/NGO network for achieving global environmental educational goals
Strengthening cooperative security measures
Networking local authorities
Networking development research
Networking users
Transmitting educational methodologies
Networking scholars
Sharing information technology for sustainable development

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