7. Security of Geological Storage of CO2: What Do We and Don't We Know?
carbon dioxide, capture, storage, research, security, geological, emission, pollution, coal, fuel, fossil, technology, permanent, underground, gas, recover, trap, production, oil, methane, water, procedure, industry, experience, natural, project, manage,
Using operations research to address aviation security problems
A news report featuring the research of Professor Sheldon H. Jacobson at the University of Illinois, on applying operations research methodologies to address aviation security problems.
3. Using the Behavioral Sciences to Address Climate Change and Energy Security Issues (February 27,
environment, climate, energy efficiency, behavior, natural gas, oil, CO2, IPCC, fossil fuel, Political climate, monetary incentives, standard marketing, policy interventions, motivations, physical environment, infrastructures, promotion, thermostats, pers
1. The Oil Security Problem (January 23, 2008)
environment, natural resources, woods institute, energy, oil, security, green, greenhouse gas, petroleum, oil, peaking, government intervening, resources, foreign oil, economy, premium, strategic petroleum reserve, aggregate, disruption risks, inflation,
2. Evaluation of Proposed Energy Solutions to Climate Change, Air Pollution, and Energy Security (Oc
science, energy, climate change, global warming, fossil fuels, greenhouse gases, pollution, renewable resources, carbon dioxide emissions, nuclear energy, nuclear weapons, corn ethanol, environmental economics, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change(IP
Technology, worldwide web, infrastructure, network, architecture, global, ownership, computer, science, neutrality, telecommunications, economics, policy, TCP/IP, internet protocol, innovation, HTML, research, authentication, phishing, IP traceback, regis
Bio-security for a New Era
Secrets: The Ethics of Concealment and the Ethics of Science in Synthetic Biological Research Dr. Laurie Zoloth, Center for Bioethics, Science and Society, Northwestern University Increasingly sophisticated techniques allow for increasing powerful and creative tools of biology to create new or altered forms of life. Such synthetic biology may offer unprecedented avenues for drug development, alternate energy sources, and medical therapeutics. Yet increasing unease also mounts about the possibl
Security, Continued - David J. Malan, Harvard Computer Science
Defenses: scrubbing, firewalls, proxy servers, VPNs, cryptography, virus scanners, product registration and activation.
Northeastern breaks ground on state-of-the-art facility for security research
The George J. Kostas Institute for Homeland Security to address areas critical to national defense.
Security - David J. Malan, Harvard Computer Science
Threats to privacy: cookies, forms, logs, and data recovery. Security risks: packet sniffing, passwords, phishing, hacking, viruses and worms, spyware, and zombies. Piracy: WaReZ and cracking.
Is serious and organised crime a national security issue?
Expert panellists discuss whether serious and organised crime is a national security issue.The video was recorded on 23 August 2010 at The Australian National University as part of a seminar organised by the National Security College at ANU. Panelists Karen Harfield, Executive Director - Performance and Stakeholder Relations at the Australian Crime Commission. Professor Roderic Broadhurst, School of Regulation, Justice and Diplomacy, ANU College of Asia and the Pacific. Professor Adam Grayca
Computer Security with Windows XP
This assignment is in 2 parts: 1. Protection Against Hackers2. Virus Protection.It requires Internet access. The format is q&a.In part 1, students become familiar with the Windows Security Centr. There are four questions to answer based on what students learned abou
NYIT Cyber Security Conference, September 15, 2010
Cyber security was the subject of a recent conference held at NYIT's Manhattan campus as Tania Carvalho reports for NYIT's LI News Tonight. New York Institute of Technology (NYIT).
Unit 4 - Taking action for household food security (Module 2)
In this unit we will guide you step by step on how to go about applying some of what you have learned and to engage with households. The Modules to come will also give a variety of opportunities. You also have the support of your promoters and lecturers. All the activities you carry out in this unit will also form part of the evidence you need for your portfolio for Module 2.
Unit 3 - Facilitation process for household food security
This unit is will illustrate the participatory facilitation processes to be used in the communities and households. The participatory methods and tools we have discussed in Unit 2 can be use in any of these processes according to a plan of action to keep the processes flowing and the people participating in the learning cycle to progress in their empowerment and mobilisation to take action themselves. The processes start with the community and then move over to the care groups and individual hou
Unit 2 - Participatory facilitation for household food security
Unit 2 is dedicated to the facilitation process and skills to help you facilitate HFS projects well. In this unit we will look at participatory and facilitation techniques in relation to Household Food Security. We will examine he background and history of community development and the difference between the approaches that developed. We will describe the community development approach we will be using for the Household Food Security Programme with its content modules based on household food se
Unit 1 - The household food security facilitator and hunger
In this first unit of Module 2 we explore the concept in more depth. At the end of 2009 the World Food Summit discussed again combating world hunger. There is enough food in the world. The current empty stomachs of hungry children are not the result of poor harvests, but because of high food prices and poor countries can't afford to import food. But what can people do?
Household Food Security Module 2: Glossary and Bibliography
The purpose of the module is to give the Household Food Security Facilitator mobilization skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary to facilitate collective action in rural urban social processes, specifically of households through the use of participatory approaches. In this module you will learn how to use participatory approaches to facilitate improved household food security. The purpose of Module 2 is to: h elp you understand why it is important to use participatory approaches, instead of r
Unit 2 - Natural Resources and food security
The specific outcomes for this unit are to first of all analyse resources in terms of their contribution to food security and then to assess the state of natural resources with groups and individuals in an area.