Tecnología, telecomunicación y electrónicos
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Autor(a): Charles Cobb Jr., allAfrica.com
The African continent - home to one in eight of the world's people - has just one in 50 of the world's fixed line subscribers, one in 60 of the world's mobile cellular subscribers, one in 70 of the world's personal computers and only one percent of the...
Autor(a): UN Wire
Poor countries can raise their living standards by building communications infrastructures, training workers to use the Internet and adopting business-friendly laws, according to a report issued yesterday by the Digital Opportunity Initiative, a...
- Empresas relacionadas: Accenture
Autor(a): UN Wire
The World Health Organization has joined forces with Project.net to launch the pilot phase of the Health InterNetwork initiative, which will include projects in Africa, Central Asia, Eastern Europe, India, Latin America and the Middle East, Project.net...
Autor(a): Le Monde
[Programme des Nations unies pour le développement, UN Development Programme]
Autor(a): John Vidal and John Aglionby, Guardian [UK]
The United Nations Development Programme says that many developing countries may reap great benefits from genetically modified foodstuffs, that the technology can significantly reduce the malnutrition which affects 800m people, and that it will be...
- Empresas relacionadas: General Motors
Autor(a): Lisa Bachelor, Guardian [UK]
A third of blue-chip companies have failed to make the grade in a new FTSE index of ethical firms, it was announced today. Among 34 FTSE-100 Index members not in the new FTSE4Good UK 50 are Tesco, Royal Bank of Scotland and Marconi.
Autor(a): U.N. Development Programme
[T]his year's Human Development Report, commissioned by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and released today, argues that information and communications technology and biotechnology can actually make major contributions to reducing world...
Autor(a): Intermediate Technology Development Group
Today in London, the UNDP launches a powerful 'manifesto', the Human Development Report (HDR) entitled 'Making new technologies work for human development'. At a time where revolutionary changes in technology are driving forwards globalisation - and...
Autor(a): World Wildlife Fund
WWF, the conservation organization, welcomes today's call on governments by more than 90 companies grouped together in the "e-mission 55 - Business for Climate" initiative to finalise the Kyoto Protocol.