Том Хиддлстон с подругой, Дэвид Бекхэм с сыном Ромео, Лили Джеймс, Оливия Колман и другие звезды UNICEF’s Blue Moon Gala
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bluedot x Bruntwood In Conversation – Tom Heap (39 Ways To Save The Planet)
Tom is a journalist and author covering science, environment, farming and energy stories. He is a regular presenter of BBC Countryfile on TV and Costing the Earth on BBC Radio 4. The podcast series ’39 Ways to Save the Planet, emerged from a determination to celebrate the successes in our fight against climate change. Knowing where we are winning informs, inspires and stems anxiety. Tom started out wanting to make movies but, while working as a sound man for Sky News, he gained a taste for journalism. At the BBC, he was a producer on the Today Programme, transport correspondent, science and environment correspondent and ended up specialising in rural affairs. Outside of work Tom likes to ride bikes, paddle canoes, chop wood, watch films and grow chillies.
Tom is in conversation with Chris Hawkins about his ’39 Ways’, the book that came out of the series, and what we can all do to fight climate change.
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The Week in Review – 23 October 2015
United Nations- This week’s top stories from the UN News Centre feat. an appeal for Mid-East peace, a new report on global road safety and turning the world “UN blue” for the Organization’s 70th anniversary.
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PROBING THE ONES & ZEROS OF CYBERCRIME | Engr. Robinson Tombari Sibe MNSE | TEDxPortHarcourt
The cybercrime scourge in recent years, in and outside Nigeria has been one for the books and for Dr. Sibe, it follows him to International conferences. As a forensic expert, he is constantly met with questions and conversations on the Nigerian prince and scam mails ‘yahoo yahoo’. For him, Nigeria is not a society of criminals but with a population of over 200 million people & a very populated economy, the caseload is as expected. Having extensively researched on the cause and effect of the menace, he opined that there are lacunas in the justice system. In his words, the Cybercrime Act reads like an obsolete piece of document. He however suggested reforms to the legislative framework; collaborations as between agencies and across state lines especially with the borderless nature of the crime; and a collective effort on an individual level to understand the vastness of the crime and the need to eradicate it. Engr. Robinson Tombari Sibe MNSE has almost two decades of professional experience in Engineering, Information Technology, GIS and Remote Sensing, Environment and Sustainable Development. He is a COREN registered Computer Engineer and also a Corporate Member of the Nigerian Society of Engineers.
He has consulted in a wide range of projects cutting across several sectors, such as: Government, Environment, Engineering, Oil and Gas, Power, Health and Banking, etc. He is a Development Strategist. In 2007, he founded E-Sense Technologies Ltd, a leading Geospatial and Information Technology company,where he still serves as the Chief Executive.
He is a regular contributor to several national dailies and online news portals, such as: The Guardian, Punch, Daily Trust, Business Day Newspaper, Leadership, Blue Print, Sahara Reporters, The Cable, etc. He has presented Technical Papers at several conferences, both locally and internationally, and made several contributions in the Public Space. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx