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The Human Cost of Sustainability
An Academic Collaboration Between University of Perugia, Italy, and The Collins College Of Professional Studies, St. John’s University, NY
Does scientific and technological progress require an unequal distribution of wealth? Is it worth it if the only people who benefit are the rich?
Author: Arturo Pagán, Ph.D. student in Multi-Sector Communications program Recently, there has been quite a lot of attention on Elon […]
La maldición del saber
Author: Cristina Pérez-Cordón, Ph. D. Preguntar o no preguntar, esa es la cuestión Todavía recuerdo mi primer día de trabajo […]
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