1. Federal Energy Policy Perspective: What Should be Done to Address Global Warming (April 2, 2008)
Environmental sciences, resources, power, engineering, legality, laws, government, policies, conservation, risks, decisions, development, innovation, climate change, objectives, changes, research, experiments, glaciers, fossil fuels, emissions, greenhouse
9. Coal’s Role in the Global Energy Mix: Coal Markets with a View to 2030 (March 4, 2009)
science, biology, environmental studies, chemistry, engineering, electricity, greenhouse gas emission, GHG, fuel mix, carbon dioxide, technology, reserve, trade flow, Atlantic Pacific basin, mitigation, price, futures market, cap and trade, clean sparks,
8. Can Nuclear Energy be a Sustainable Contribution to Address Climate Change Concerns? The French E
science, biology, environmental studies, chemistry, engineering, electricity, greenhouse gas, GHG, emission, renewable, consumption of fossil fuel, pollution, oil crisis, energy independent, carbon dioxide, solution, low cost, initial capital investment,
9. China's Growing Global Influence: A Solar Energy Perspective (March 3, 2010)
clean tech, economics, green jobs, industry expertise, renewable energy, solar
1. Global Climate Architectural Policy (January 6, 2010)
climate change, economics, energy policy, greenhouse gases, modeling, energy, environment
4. Aesthetic Science of Color: WAVEs of Color, Culture, Music, and Emotion (October 16, 2009)
computer science, technology, humanities, internet, creation application, online industry, color, psychology, aesthetically pleasing, individual color combination, preference, calorimetric, emotional musical associations, HCI, harmony, internal coherence
10. Public Policies That Prevent Dangerous Climate Change and Catalyze Sustainable Global Prosperity
climate change, economics, energy policy, environment, green jobs, non-governmental organizations
Vulnerability of People and Ecosystems in a World of Global Environmental Change
Climate, Pollution, Sustainable Land Use, Energy, Freshwater, Oceans, Soils, Pollutants, Carbon Dioxide Concentrations, Atmosphere, Biogeochemical Cycles, Biological Diversity, Temperature Change, Snowpack Change, Water Management, Wildfires, Food Insecur
Troubled Waters: Western and Global Perspectives
Water, drinking water, natural resources, conservation, fresh water, population growth, Beijing Olympics, san diego, reclaimed water, development, woods institute, sanitation, public health, infectious diseases, rotavirus, norovirus, cryptosporidium, micr
Global Health Issues: Infection, Disease and Society
Pandemics, preparedness, antibiotics, staph infection, tuberculosis, ecoli, flu, influenza, ebola, HIV, valley fever, infection, infection prevention, bid virus, avian flu, epidemiology, cholera, water quality, green revolution, genetics, bacterial genome
2. The Formation of a Global Society (January 9, 2008)
world politics, international relations, empire, nation states, communism, fascism, anti-imperialism, society, sovereignty, world order
12. Commerce and Culture (October 22, 2008)
history, social science, political studies, international relations, anthropology, cultural studies, religion, philosophy, ethics, theory, empire, economy, nemesis, revolution, war, protest, crown, authority, conventions of governance, public, constitutio
10. Global Health Challenges in the 21st Century (December 1, 2009)
Global health, HIV, AIDS, Africa, Democratic Republic of Congo, Internally Displaced People, Doctors Without Borders, Cote d'Ivoire, Chad, tetanus, Rwanda, genocide, Uganda, rape, volunteerism, equity, Millennium Development Goals, Jeffrey Sachs, gender e
The Global Financial Crisis: Causes, Threats and Opportunities - Professor Mark Taylor
Mark is Professor of International Finance and Macroeconomics Warwick. He is also a former currency trader and IMF Senior Economist, and is currently a Managing Director of Barclays Global Investors. His views do not represent the views of Barclays.
Collective intelligence at a time of global crisis - Tom Atlee
Tom Atlee's research and thought innovations span from the conscious evolution of social systems to collaborative dynamics to a host of other ideas centering on group, social and political dynamics.
'Memorialisation and Commemoration within Mediatised Culture' Andrew Hoskins
Andrew Hoskins the Director of the Centre for Memory Studies presents 'Memorialisation and Commemoration within Mediatised Culture' as part of the symposium.
'The Army of the Unknown Soilders. War and Memorial Culture in 20th c. Europe' Dr Christoph Mick
Dr Christoph Mick from The Department of History at University of Warwick, presents 'The Army of the Unknown Soilders. War and Memorial Culture in 20th c. Europe' as part of the symposium.
Global Warming - A Truthful Inconvenience Added Global Warming - A Truthful Inconvenience
This Mocumentary from 'Greater than, not equal to' scooped best response to brief at the Warwick Shootout 2008.
The French Party System
The French Party System
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The French Party System