critical thinking

Problem Solving using Critical Thinking: a case study of rural telecentres for improving farm productivity

TO: Those who wish to apply critical thinking to solve problems, big and small
FROM: John Vong

Nations have national issues. People have personal problems. Many approaches to resolve the issues and problems have been ineffective, because of the lack of critical thinking. Some suggestions to resolve very serious issues can be considered humorous and very entertaining, but largely missing the mark. Thus the issues remain unresolved. A case in point:

Barking the wrong tree in emerging economies

Please read the article below then proceed to the test question on assessing your knowledge of environment management, climatic change and nature of emerging economies:

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