As a firm believer in continuing to educate one self, Sanjeev takes joy in reading and blogging about current events. He takes particular interest in the role of education in one’s journey to self improvement. As a matter of fact, he has written and published numerous opinion pieces on vocational schools and how they can help individuals secure a career. Choosing Medium as his primary platform of blogging, he has blogged about a multitude of topics. These topics range from agriculture, productivity, solar & renewable energy, and education. He also takes particular interest in the effects of these topics in developing regions such as Africa.
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Renewable energy means different things to different people. For some, renewables are a path to halting or even reversing adverse climate change. For others, renewables are a cheaper alternative to fossil fuels, which are a finite resource and hence expensive. Renewable energy is a safe alternative to energy sources like nuclear energy, which are considered dangerous.
Vocational training is a type of training that takes students through a skill-based curriculum. Students learn the practical aspects of a vocation which equips them with defined competencies. Career colleges or vocational schools offer programs in a wide range of fields including healthcare, computer technology, skilled trades, as well as office management.
What is Agriculture Mechanization? The term agriculture mechanization or mechanized agriculture refers to the use of machines to farm. Before the industrial revolution took flight, farming was mostly done using human labor and animals like horses, cattle, and mules. As the technologies used to build machines matured, tools like the tractor (a mechanized plow) entered the agricultural industry. In addition, agriculture..
The practice of using machinery in whole or part to mechanize the work of farm work – otherwise known as agricultural mechanization – is on the rise in Africa and many other parts of the planet, due to the confluence of factors including: The growth of small and mid-sized farms, which are relying heavily on tractors and other types of machinery and equipment.
Extreme weather triggered by climate change and rampant, in some cases fatal levels of pollution are threatening to do more than diminish core economic growth. In some developing regions in Africa, where one in four people are undernourished, the situation is life-threatening.
While climate change and pollution are core issues across the planet, they are especially critical in Africa. According to statistics published by the United Nations’ Environment Assembly, across low-income countries in Africa more than 25 percent of all deaths are attributable to environmental causes, such as infections, parasitic illnesses, and nutritional deficiencies.