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Distributed Generation Provides Hope of Energy for the Poor in Brazil

“Showing solidarity is consuming the energy generated in your own municipality” – this is the motto of a project of distributed electricity generation in one of Brazil’s many poor neighbourhoods. “Sertà£o (the word for the country’s semiarid hinterland) with solidarity” is how the director of the Brazilian Association of Distributed Generation (ABGD) in the southeastern […]

The post Distributed Generation Provides Hope of Energy for the Poor in Brazil appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(28/10/2020 @ 15:46)

Cultivating an Eco-friendly Culture in Indonesia’s Schools

In West Jakarta, Indonesia, teachers at the private Santo Kristoforus High School are so environmentally conscious they make other schools seem a little bit green when it comes to environmental education. “We integrate environmental issues into science, especially natural science subjects. At school we teach them to conserve water and electricity. And since we don't […]

The post Cultivating an Eco-friendly Culture in Indonesia’s Schools appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(28/10/2020 @ 15:05)

Climate Friendly Travel and Tourism

SUNx Malta, a not-for-profit organization, based in Malta is advancing and enabling “Climate Friendly Travel” which is tourism and travel that is Low-Carbon and linked to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and follows the Paris Agreement 1.5 degree trajectory. Together with the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), the 2019 Global Climate Action State of […]

The post Climate Friendly Travel and Tourism appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(28/10/2020 @ 13:20)

$280m ‘Dark Money' Spent by US Christian Right Groups Globally

US Christian right groups, many with close links to the Trump administration, have spent at least $280m in ‘dark money' fuelling campaigns against the rights of women and LGBTIQ people across five continents, openDemocracy can reveal today. Organisations led by some of Donald Trump's most vocal allies and supporters have spent increasing amounts of money […]

The post $280m ‘Dark Money' Spent by US Christian Right Groups Globally appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(28/10/2020 @ 08:34)

Global Data Community’s Response to COVID-19

Francesca Perucci is Chief, Development Data and Outreach Branch at the United Nations

The post Global Data Community’s Response to COVID-19 appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(28/10/2020 @ 07:02)

The Mental Health Consequences of the Lekki Toll Gate Attack

On October 20, 2020, young Nigerians who were protesting against police brutality were shot by men in Nigerian military uniforms. Unarmed, peaceful citizens were massacred at the Lekki Toll Gate in Lagos, southwest Nigeria. The Governor of Lagos state, Jide Sanwo-Olu earlier in the day had announced a 24-hour curfew to curb violence that erupted following the […]

The post The Mental Health Consequences of the Lekki Toll Gate Attack appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(28/10/2020 @ 06:12)

The Path to Global Food Security

Esther Ngumbi is an assistant professor of entomology at the University of Illinois at Urbana. She is a Senior Food Security Fellow with the Aspen Institute.

The post The Path to Global Food Security appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(27/10/2020 @ 10:12)

Finance Covid-19 Relief and Recovery, Not Debt Buybacks

In July, the UN Secretary-General warned that a “series of countries in insolvency might trigger a global depression”. Earlier, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) had called for a US$2.5 trillion coronavirus crisis package for developing countries. Debt distraction In the face of the world's worst […]

The post Finance Covid-19 Relief and Recovery, Not Debt Buybacks appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(27/10/2020 @ 09:36)

Using Traditional and Indigenous Food Resources to Combat Years of Successive Drought

For Zimbabwean farmer Sinikiwe Sibanda, planting more sorghum and millet than maize has paid off. As the coronavirus pandemic has led to decreased incomes and increased food prices across the southern African nation — it is estimated that more than 8 million Zimbabweans will need food aid until the next harvest season in March — Sibanda’s […]

The post Using Traditional and Indigenous Food Resources to Combat Years of Successive Drought appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(27/10/2020 @ 06:46)

The United Nations, 75 Years Young: Engaging Youth Social Entrepreneurs to Accelerate the SDGs

Armida Salsiah Alisjahbana is the United Nations Under-Secretary-General and Executive Secretary of the UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific.

The post The United Nations, 75 Years Young: Engaging Youth Social Entrepreneurs to Accelerate the SDGs appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(26/10/2020 @ 13:39)

Good data is the key to a sustainable post-COVID Pacific

Stuart Minchin, is Director-General Pacific Community (SPC)

The post Good data is the key to a sustainable post-COVID Pacific appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(26/10/2020 @ 09:03)

Reaching Remote Women Through Inclusive Technology

The coronavirus pandemic has impacted the way people value working from home, career building, and their overall approach to utilising downtime. It has blurred out the lines between hobby, casual reading, and how time is spent away from work. Despite a myriad of negative impacts, it has opened doors to career reboots and gaining skills […]

The post Reaching Remote Women Through Inclusive Technology appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(26/10/2020 @ 06:40)

Not in Our Name, Never in Our Name: A Conversation with Muslim Faith Leaders Echoing the Wisdom of a Pontiff

Azza Karam serves as the Secretary-General of Religions for Peace (#Religions4Peace – www.rfp.org) and is a Professor of Religion and Development at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

The post Not in Our Name, Never in Our Name: A Conversation with Muslim Faith Leaders Echoing the Wisdom of a Pontiff appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(26/10/2020 @ 06:11)

Q&A: Why are Stillbirths still Societal Taboo?

Societal taboo and a lack of understanding about stillbirth  can cause the issue to be neglected among health practitioners, according to Dr. Danzhen You, a senior adviser on Data and Analytics at the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF). She shared her insight with IPS after a U.N. high-level meeting organised to raise awareness and to […]

The post Q&A: Why are Stillbirths still Societal Taboo? appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(26/10/2020 @ 05:26)

Can Agroecology Feed the World?

Producing food and ensuring nutrition security, protecting the environment and restoring biodiversity, building sustainable and fair food systems: That's the promise of agroecology. It is a dream? Or an economically feasible model that can feed a growing world population, expected to increase by 2 billion persons in the next 30 years, reaching 9.7 billion in […]

The post Can Agroecology Feed the World? appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(23/10/2020 @ 14:41)

GGGI and SEA to develop four mitigation activities generating ITMOs in energy, waste, and manufacturing

Following the cooperation agreement signed in December last year for the Mobilizing Article 6 Trading Structure (MATS) Program, the Swedish Energy Agency (SEA) and the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) have agreed to further develop four mitigation activities with the goal of completing transactions of internationally transferred mitigation outcomes (ITMOs). 75% of these activities will […]

The post GGGI and SEA to develop four mitigation activities generating ITMOs in energy, waste, and manufacturing appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(23/10/2020 @ 10:01)

Rising above the Hate Online – Indian Muslim Women Speak Out

When a minority woman with an opinion doesn't comply with stereotypes, she is targeted with online hate, says award-winning journalist and senior editor at The Wire, Arfa Khanum Sherwani in an exclusive interview with Inter Press Service. Sherwani has been at the receiving end of online violence and hate, including rape and death threats, like […]

The post Rising above the Hate Online – Indian Muslim Women Speak Out appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(23/10/2020 @ 08:46)

Budgeting for a Better Future, for Every Child

Joanne Bosworth is Chief of Public Finance and Local Governance at UNICEF.

Jennifer Asman is Public Finance Policy Specialist at UNICEF.

The post Budgeting for a Better Future, for Every Child appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(23/10/2020 @ 07:35)

COMMENTARY: The Sinatra Doctrine Confronts a Global Consensus

By late September, the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States had claimed 200,000 lives. That's equivalent to a slightly higher toll than the 418,500 United States deaths in World War II, adjusted for relative population and duration. [See note below.] With four percent of the world's population, the U.S. has suffered 20 percent of global […]

The post COMMENTARY: The Sinatra Doctrine Confronts a Global Consensus appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(23/10/2020 @ 07:10)

Living with Drought: Lessons from Brazil’s Semiarid Region

No one died of hunger during the worst drought in Brazil’s semiarid ecoregion, between 2011 and 2018, in sharp contrast to the past when scarce rainfall caused deaths, looting, a mass exodus to the South and bloody conflicts. Social programmes such as Bolsa Familia (family grant), an expansion of pensions for retired peasant farmers and […]

The post Living with Drought: Lessons from Brazil’s Semiarid Region appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(23/10/2020 @ 05:46)

Dernière mise à jour : 28/10/2020 @ 10:50


Recherche





Réforme Bac 2021
- BO spécial n° 6 du 31 juillet 2020: LLCER/ AMC - épreuves terminales du baccalauréat

- BO spécial n° 6 du 31 juillet 2020: LLCER/ AMC - évaluations communes en classe de  1ere si la spécialité est abandonnée

- BO spécial n° 6 du 31 juillet 2020: Evaluations communes LVA / LVB, cycle terminal, lycée général et technologique

 - BO n° 30 du 23 juillet 2020: AMC: programmes de la classe de 1ère et Tle

- BO n° 21 du 21 mai 2020: LLCER: programme limitatif de la classe de Tle

- BO Spécial n° 2 du 13 février 2020: Epreuve du "Grand oral"

- BO spécial n° 8 du 25 juillet 2019  LLCER- : programme de la classe de Tle. 

-  BO n°22 du 29 mai 2019: LLCER: programme limitatif de la classe de 1ère (2019-2020/2020-2021)

- BO spécial n°1 du 22 janvier 2019.  LLCER : programme de la classe de 1ère

- BO spécial n°1 du 22 janvier 2019. LVA/LVB: programmes des classes de  2nde, 1ere, Tle




- E3C: banque nationale de sujets

- Eduscol: Ressources d'accompagnement  LLCER
(nov. 2019)

- Eduscol: Ressources pour l' ETLV

- Eduscol : série de  Sujets Zéro pour les nouvelles épreuves du Bac 2021.

- Vers le BAC 2021": outils et ressources pour la mise en œuvre; textes de référence; présentation de la réforme du baccalauréat." - Eduscol.


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