Prof. Henry Lee: China's Looming Energy Crisis
Henry Lee, Senior Lecturer of Public Policy with the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, and faculty Co-Chair of the Energy Technology Innovation Policy project at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. China is confronting three major energy problems: it has too much air pollution, too rapid energy growth, and looming shortages of domestic energy resources. Its leadership is under pressure to solve these problems in a short span of time and whether this is possible is an o
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Lesson #061, Monday

The letter combination 'sc', when followed by the vowels i or e, will produce a soft sound, like the English words shoe, shore, share and cash.

cuscino = cushion

scimmia = monkey

sciarpa = scarf

pesce = fish

The letter combination 'sc', when followed by the vowels a, o or u, will produce a hard sound, like the English words sky, ski, score and scarf.

scuola = school

tasca = pocket

pesca = peach

scarpe = shoes

scatola = box<
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7.1 Sharing the project

As we have seen, the execution of a project may depend on the involvement and co-operation of several departments or functions within an organisation. If this is the case, then, for it to succeed, they must be prepared to share ownership of the project, be willing to work together to help the project achieve its objectives and be happy to release adequate resources when appropriate. The project manager and their team therefore have to create and maintain good relationships with all interested
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We study the use of games as a metaphor for building social interaction
in norm-governed multi-agent systems. As part of our research we propose
MAGE (Multi-Agent Game Environment) as a logic-based framework that
represents complex agent interactions as games. MAGE seeks to (a) reuse
existing computational techniques for defining event-based normative sys-
tem and (b) complement these techniques with a coordination component to
support complex interactions.
A game in

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