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OXFORDPROSPECT – Gurteen Knowledge Letter July 2014

I did not know 15 years or so ago when I started to travel the world with my work that I would make so many wonderful friends and learn so much about other cultures and religions. Least of all to find myself a beautiful Indonesian wife. During my travels, the most important thing I have learnt is that despite our different languages, cultures and religions, we all have similar fears, insecurities, hopes and aspirations. It’s what it means to be human and I have learnt to respect all people.

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OXFORDPROSPECT – Gurteen Knowledge Letter July 2014

I did not know 15 years or so ago when I started to travel the world with my work that I would make so many wonderful friends and learn so much about other cultures and religions. Least of all to find myself a beautiful Indonesian wife. During my travels, the most important thing I have learnt is that despite our different languages, cultures and religions, we all have similar fears, insecurities, hopes and aspirations. It’s what it means to be human and I have learnt to respect all people.

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Advancing the Alleviation of Energy Poverty

By Nicholas Newman Contributing Author, Cornerstone Living without any or limited access to energy has been termed “energy poverty”—a simple name for a complex problem. Energy poverty has proven ch…

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Living without any or limited access to energy has been termed “energy poverty”—a simple name for a complex problem. Energy poverty has proven challenging to alleviate; it’s also been difficult to define. The World Bank’s Global Tracking Framework (GTF) is the world’s premier approach to tracking energy poverty. According to the GTF, about 1.2 billion people are living without household electricity and 2.8 billion without clean cooking and heating fuels.1 Those living in energy poverty are overwhelmingly rural, about 80%, and live primarily in two areas: Sub-Saharan Africa and developing regions in Asia. Efforts to reduce energy poverty have not demonstrated widespread success, although there has been some notable progress, namely in China.

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Advancing the Alleviation of Energy Poverty

By Nicholas Newman Contributing Author, Cornerstone Living without any or limited access to energy has been termed “energy poverty”—a simple name for a complex problem. Energy poverty has proven ch…

Source: cornerstonemag.net

Living without any or limited access to energy has been termed “energy poverty”—a simple name for a complex problem. Energy poverty has proven challenging to alleviate; it’s also been difficult to define. The World Bank’s Global Tracking Framework (GTF) is the world’s premier approach to tracking energy poverty. According to the GTF, about 1.2 billion people are living without household electricity and 2.8 billion without clean cooking and heating fuels.1 Those living in energy poverty are overwhelmingly rural, about 80%, and live primarily in two areas: Sub-Saharan Africa and developing regions in Asia. Efforts to reduce energy poverty have not demonstrated widespread success, although there has been some notable progress, namely in China.

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A new journey – Oxford Business Group

A new journey
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Faringdon Business Park fire: Witnesses say sky turned ‘orange’ with 40ft flames – The Oxford Times

The Oxford Times Faringdon Business Park fire: Witnesses say sky turned ‘orange’ with 40ft flames The Oxford Times There’s a lot of people’s livelihoods here [at the business park].” Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service was called to the fire at the…

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