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Peter Casier

Peter Casier

Serial expat, addicted traveller and passionate aidworker. Also called NutCase.
Ebola still rampant in three African countries as deaths near 4,000 - WHO -
Extinct fish found in the Lake District after millions spent on clean-up work -
Ebola still rampant in Africa as deaths near 4,000 - WHO -
Yemen: In Yemen, 'no one is in charge' -
"Does Anyone Care?": Testimonies Of the Displaced in Iraq -
Rethinking US Foreign Assistance: MCC Tops US Government in Aid Transparency Again -
Smokeless Biofuel Saves Lives in Africa -
Why we sometimes need to reinvent the wheel -
SolarCity and Honda Announce $50M Commitment to Solar Power -
Monitoring-and-Evaluation versus Feedback Loops -
How Technology Is Already Helping Fight Ebola -
At least 14 dead in Kurdish anti-government protests in Turkey -
Stanford's GCEP awards $10.5 million for research on renewable energy -
New Report Sheds Light on the Potential of Biomass -
Death rate 10 a day in east Ukraine despite ceasefire-UN -
Gambia: Should the State Establish Standards for Religious Practice? -
Africa: Recent Expansion of Agricultural Trade Bodes Well for Food Security, Resilience -
The U.S. electric grid has a Baby Boomer Social Security problem -
Blue light-emitting diodes earn their inventors a Nobel Prize -
The dark side of solar: Why waste concerns abound -
Western Sahara: Saharawi Community in Belgium Calls for International Investigation On Death of Hasena Elwali -
Morocco: Murcia Regional Parliament "Deeply" Concerned About Human Rights Situation in Western Sahara -
Syrian rights groups call on world to save Kobani -
How data and technology will accelerate city sustainability -
Why renewable methane fuel smells like a rose -
Gambia: "Contingencies Are in Place to Ensure Our Preparedness for Ebola" Says National Ebola Coordinator -
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