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Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 2010-02-04 19:12
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We received news from Theresa Arek in PNG. She informed us that due to the location of the earthquake, near the Solomon Islands in Bouganville, the people of Induna were not affected. She went as far as to say that they did not feel a thing. The coconut oil production is progressing. Both Induna and Vunakanau are producing the oil. They are aiming to keep the production flowing and hoping to begin the exporting process in February or March. We will continue to post updates from PNG. Thanks you for continuing to read about the developments in Papua New Guinea!

Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 2010-02-02 14:28
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February 1, 2010, there were reports of a 6.2 magnitude earthquake striking near Papua New Guinea. Reports about damages have not been issued yet, but due to the location of the earthquake damage is expected to be fairly minimal. We are yet to hear from Theresa Arek, our friend and contact in Papua New Guinea, but we will continue to post as we obtain more information. Keep checking back to hear more. Earthquake Details from USGS

Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 2010-01-25 19:00
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The Vice President of the Mongolian National Business Incubators Federation and Director of Business Talent Women’s Incubator, Tsend Enkhtuya has become a deployment partner for the Heritable Innovation Trust program in Mongolia. During recent meetings sponsored by, and including, the President of Mongolia, Economic and Development Advisors, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Heritable Innovation Trust framework was presented and warmly embraced.

Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 2010-01-22 20:44
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M·CAM has been working hard to put together a group of possible participants for future Heritable Innovation Trust internships.  In addition to a trip back to PNG, we are starting communications with Mongolia, Ecuador and Peru about possible future internship opportunities.  If you, or someone you know, could be interested  in participating, please email us at kkt@m-cam.com and we will get you all the information and an application.

Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 2010-01-08 19:51
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Thank you all for visiting and taking the time to read this. We have been in contact with Theresa Arek, and she has been updating us on the current situation in Papua New Guinea.  Presently, Ben, Alois and Paul are working on translating the Heritable Innovation Trust into the Qaqet language.  The roads to Anesmetki/Basecamp continue to have issues.

Submitted by administrator on Wed, 2009-12-09 13:12
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Out of the written summaries of the Heritable Innovation Trust project, our favorite was created by Ciara Pratt. Ciara Pratt is a high school senior at Western Albemarle High School in Crozet, Virginia and planning on attending St. Louis University- Madrid Campus next fall. She is currently an intern at M·CAM studying intent-based communication.

Submitted by KAD on Fri, 2009-06-05 12:06
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The following article by David Bollier describes The Heritable Innovation Trust as an alternative to western intellectual property schemes. Read it HERE