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Risk Managing for Student Job Hunting 101

Risk Managing for Student Job Hunting 101 Riskope thanks Henry Thompson for this contribution. Currently, there are a bunch of college graduates out there thinking, “Now what?” This is a typical question in today’s no-holds-barred international job market that’s got students asking themselves if they ever should have gone to college at all. Changing Job Hunting Pain to Favorable Gain Because some grads don’t know what to do next after acquiring their diplomas, locating ideal, career entry-points can be a…

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100 years after WWI the soil between France and Belgium is still contaminated by remnants of war, UXOs and toxic chemical compounds

France and Belgium is still contaminated by remnants of war, UXOs and toxic chemical compounds There is an area a few kilometers out of Verdun where trees do not grow: only a few lichens and musks survive there. The few in the know call it “La Place à Gaz” (the Gas Place). Hundred of thousands of UXO were brought there at the end of the conflict from the infamous WWI battle fields to be “neutralized”. As a matter of fact,…

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The paper titled “Pyramids, Toxic Wastes & Nuclear Reactors Containments. A Lesson Drawn from History with a Risk Manager Perspective.” got accepted!

Pyramids, Toxic Wastes & Nuclear Reactors Containments. A Lesson Drawn from History with a Risk Manager Perspective Riskope wrote a paper for the IAEG XII Congress – Torino, September 15-19, 2014. The paper abstract is the following: Risk Assessments for “perpetuity” (geo-engineering) projects, i.e projects that should last “forever” and/or receive “perpetual care”, are raising in number and criticality. These project are oftentimes linked to the storage of wastes containing toxic, not easy to neutralize, not necessarily radioactive, compounds. No prior Human generation had to…

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