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Career Plans in Corporate Sustainability

June 15, 2014


This is about what I plan to and I want to do career wise, in the field of Corporate Sustainability. I am writing this because right now, I am in the middle of applications to continue my career following my MBA, and while know what I want to do, I need to present it succinctly […]

Recycling Mania

February 14, 2013


Recycling Mania

Getting to the Point About Climate Change

February 11, 2013


  This is purely to counteract a dangerous cocktail of boredom and anxiety that I decide to write an evolutionary piece… it’s really not that flash or as scientifically thought provoking as it sounds; basically I start writing something just for the sake of writing something and let the subject (or story) develop as I […]

Taxed to Destitution : The British Empire’s guide to Poverty Generation

December 24, 2012


I originally did this piece out of self-interest about six and a half years ago when I was a first year student at university, and it lay written pieces on paper till now, but I feel like writing something online (I guess I’m on a roll at the moment)  so have decided to “electrify” it. […]

Blood tastes nice

December 22, 2012


If you like the salty taste that is. So, last year as the revolution unfolded in Libya and Benghazi and Misrata was under siege, I spoke in support of protecting the civilians with a  UN enforced No-fly zone and targeting of military units directly engaging in sieges of civilian areas. No mention of sides, and […]

Micro Economies in Water and Sanitation

February 6, 2012


Libya: The next Iraq

March 16, 2011


Oh god I hope not!, if not for any other reason, it is because petrol is already bloody expensive enough. But there is another reason, which is that I have nothing but absolute respect and admiration for the people who had the spine to stand up and fight for their rights, even though they were […]