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Find out the latest in cutting-edge research and development across ever-evolving sectors that could be the basis for the revolution of society. Discover how Caribbean thinkers and doers are moving the region forward in the 21st century.

Not Too Young to Run a Business

Suhas Gopinath is an Indian entrepreneur and the Founder and CEO of Globals Inc., a multinational Web and IT solutions company that he created at 14 years old. He was once recognized as the...
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Morals and Ethics of Artificial Intelligence

This year the Youth Global Forum will celebrate its fifth year anniversary. Under the theme of "Industry 5.0 vs. Inclusive Development: Where is the future?” in Amsterdam. Professor Liaoyuan Zeng an Associate professor at...

Slashing your Grocery Bill with Urban Agriculture!

Food is essential to life and food security is undeniably a necessity for the development of any country. In the Mid-Year budget review, the Finance minister of Trinidad and Tobago reported that retail prices...
21st Century World Of Work

The Caribbean and The 21st Century World Of Work

Modernization can be a double-edged sword. During the Industrial Revolutions of the 19th century, many benefited from a sudden availability of affordable, mass-produced goods. Living standards improved and nations became wealthy.
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Why is Hydroponics the Healthier Option?

Healthy and Hydroponics tend to go together. This article breaks down just what and how hydroponics is the healthier option for you and the environment.

How Hydroponics Helps the Environment

As we progress through the 21st century, human activity is said to be changing the world in unprecedented ways. Human activity is said to be directly linked to climate change and loss of biodiversity for both flora and fauna.
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Young Innovators: Apply for the Youth Global Forum!

Youth Time International Movement invites young innovators from 18-35 years to apply as Participants and Project Presenters for its 5th Annual Youth Global Forum.

E-Commerce In The Contemporary Caribbean

The Rise of E-Commerce E-Commerce has gone from sending ripples to shock waves throughout the financial world in many nations. Though you may overlook it, many people rely on the convenience, affordability and downright simplicity...

Volunteerism Goes a Long Way: ReGeneration in T&T

In May 2018 an interesting project began to quietly take root in northeast Trinidad, most specifically at the National Quarries Company Limited (NQCL) Sand and Gravel quarry site in Sangre Grande. The project kicked off...
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Women celebrated at AFETT’s IWD

“As a country and most importantly as a people, we need to – individually and collectively - do our part to ensure gender perspectives in all spheres, thereby promoting the full and equal participation of men and women in the development process.”

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