#THANKTHATPIPE We go through our lives using water, electricity etc. and only recognizes these basic services when something goes wrong; like flushing the toilet and there is no water. However, when we hear of “invisible infrastructure” we think of technological advances in the field of information technology and all that derives from its use. I can’t tell you all that it … [Read more...] about THE INVISIBLE INFRASTRUCTURE THAT IMPROVE OUR LIVES
Few weeks ago I was in Georgetown, Washington D.C., reading a newspaper while observing the shoppers walking up and down Wisconsin Ave. In my slightly arrogant “Pro-Europeanism”, and though acknowledging the tremendous developments of the past few years, I am one of those who blame developers and the Government for the wild and often unhealthy gentrification. However, I was … [Read more...] about When in Georgetown…
http://vimeo.com/63267428 “To neglect” means “to pay little or no attention to” something. Synonymy of “neglected” include: “disregarded, forgotten, ignored” I can certainly say that I have “neglected” my social life lately, spending far too much time working. Also, according my colleagues, I have obviously “neglected” my appearance. What puzzles me is that there is a … [Read more...] about 1 Billion people. Neglected (i.e., disregarded, forgotten, ignored). Is that possible?
In January this year the waste-pickers working at the Haags Bosch Sanitary Landfill in Guyana received bicycles to ease their commute to the landfill site. The hand-over took place within the framework of the Georgetown Solid-Waste Management Program financed by the Inter-American Development Bank and implemented by the Ministry of Local Government and Regional … [Read more...] about Cycling for Recycling