When Sowete-ü K. Letro was growing up in Dimapur, a town in the northeast Indian state of Nagaland, she had a habit of collecting things. The 27-year-old Letro recalls how she was obsessed with not throwing away any of her things including electronic waste (e-waste). Even when a few items would become useless, she would fondly keep them with herself believing she might use them again in the future. “I have been a hoarder all my life,” Letro said.
International development sector is fast realizing the value and utility of geospatial information for achieving the Global Development Goals
The Harrisburg-based Appalachian Chapter of the Audubon Society now accepting applications for a scholarship for students ages 14-17 to Audubon’s Hog Island Camp in Maine. The deadline for applications is January 21. Hog Island Audubon Camp in Maine provides an opportunity for enthusiastic young birders to connect with people their own age, learn field identification and explore bird ecology from talented educators on an amazing island. Primary scholarship consideration will be given to applicants who reside within the Chapters zip codes.
In 2018 Pollutec hosted the first international summit for cities and territories driving the circular economy.