Nonprofit Technology News for October 2013

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They plan to do it through policy and regulatory changes. In Mozambique, for example, a recent study showed that using just 1GB of data can cost well over two months’ wages for the average citizen. The real bottleneck now is anti-competitive policies that keep prices unaffordable. This years’ Nobel Prize for Peace has been awarded to one of our own - the technology oriented Dutch NGO, Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW).

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All for Green, and Green for All: An Interview with Van Jones

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He has won many honors, including the 1998 Reebok International Human Rights Award, the International Ashoka Fellowship, selection as a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader, and the Rockefeller Foundation Next Generation Leadership Fellowship. You know, we need to have a policy that says, "All for green, and green for all."

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