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Guam and the Consortium

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Japan is the biggest source of tourists for Guam, with growing numbers from other Asian nations like South Korea. The Consortium is made up of six island nations, commonwealths or territories: American Samoa, Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas, Federated States of Micronesia (including Chuuk and Pohnpei), Guam, Republic of the Marshall Islands and the Republic of Palau. Although some of the island states are independent nations, they all implement U.S.

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Mr. Jim Goes to Washington (and New York, and Nairobi, and Seoul, and Kampala, and Boston…)

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It’s the week of the United Nations General Assembly and the Clinton Global Initiative. It was the third Africa Forum I’ve attended: I went to Accra, Ghana, in 2011 and South Africa in 2004. Seoul, South Korea After an almost restful whirlwind of meetings in California, it was off to Seoul for the Eighth Assembly of the World Movement for Democracy. Like many other leaders of nonprofit organizations, I travel an unreasonable fraction of the time.

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Flickr Photo by Chi King The Federal Communications Commission is seeking public comment on how to draft America's national broadband plan. It also requires the FCC to begin drafting a national broadband plan. None of the nation’s largest telephone companies compete against one another. The same is true for the nation's top cable companies.

Snapshot of Worldwide Electronics Recycling 2013

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According to the International Environmental Technology Center of the United Nations Environment Program. don't have a coherent national collection infrastructure. According to Park Young-Woo of the United Nations Environment Program, the Asia-Pacific region now produces more than half of global e-waste. South Korea also has a developed electronics recycling system that now recovers and properly processes over 75 percent of discarded electronics.