Student Reporter covering World Resources Forum in Davos

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DAVOS, Switzerland – Twelve students and recent graduates from around the world will be looking for interesting stories at the World Resources Forum (WRF), as part of this year’s Student Reporter WRF coverage. Stories Studentreporter writers are investigating range from using video games to change sustainability-related behaviors to water resources in Kenya, peer pressure and its impact on ‘going green,’ the regulation of the plastic waste that will be generated by upcoming 3-D printing technology, and the question of whether Davos’ famous air is as healing as it’s claimed to be. Studentreporter writers will be bringing their curiosity — and a critical eye — to the conference’s topic, “Shaping the Future of Natural Resources.”

Find the article series here.

Oikos consulting presenting their workshop at the World Resources Parade

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Oikos consulting presenting their workshop at the World Resources Parade

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