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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
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Creating criminals: prisons and security in an insecure world, Baroness Vivien Stern
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Biological Health, Safety & Security Policy & Procedures Manual
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Tessa Morris-Suzuki - Towards an arc of disarmament: the Australia-Japan connection and post-nuclear
Towards an arc of disarmament: the Australia-Japan connection and post-nuclear security Speaker: Tessa Morris-Suzuki Professor of Japanese History, Australian National University. Who will stop nuclear next use? A public forum on nuclear disarmament organised by the Australia-Japan Civil Society Cooperation for Nuclear Disarmament, Nautilus Institute. It is important to look at the images of Hiroshima to remind ourselves that this is what nuclear weapons are for, this is what they do.
National Security, the War on Terror, and the Constitution: A Forum
2006 Constitution Day Event National Security, the War on Terror, and the Constitution: A Forum A campus wide forum held in honor of Constitution Day and the 5th anniversary of the Terrorist Attack on the World Trade Center. In the wake of the terrorist attacks of September 11th 2001, the United ...
Olympic security : Better planning can enhance U.S. support to future Olympic Games
This is a United States Government Accountability Office report to the Committee on International Relations, House of Representatives on Olympic security. Published in June 2006 the full-text (43 pages) can be downloaded for free as a PDF file. The report recommends that the Secretary of State develop written guidance for providing U.S. government security support to future Games and develop a finance subgroup within the interagency working group to help agencies plan and prepare for future supp
Biological Health, Safety & Security Procedural Manual
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The Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP)
The Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP) is an international training centre for security policy based in Geneva. An international foundation with 40 member states, it offers courses for civil servants, diplomats and military officers from all over the world. Through workshops and conferences it provides an internationally recognized forum for dialogue on issues of topical interest relating to security and peace policy.
Security Risk Management Distance Learning Module
This course is divided into twelve chapters, each one based on a different aspect of managing risk in the field. The text is designed to be read from beginning to end, and in most instances a good understanding of the material presented in any chapter is required to fully appreciate the next. For the casual reader who only wants to review those chapters of most interest, however, references to important points in previous (and in some instances future) chapters are included where required for fu
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2008 has already brought major new challenges for diplomats. The situations in Kenya and Pakistan underline the depths of the problems in Africa and elsewhere. The Security Council and UN peacekeepers were already at historically high levels of activity in 2006-2007. Can they take on any more? NATO, the EU, the US, the Nordics, and Australia and New Zealand also seem to be stretched to the limit. Perhaps it is time for some searching analysis of whether the current machinery for international co
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This lecture is the Annual Dr John Gee Memorial Lecture and was presented by the Lowy Institute for International Policy and The Strategic and Defence Studies Centre. Dr Kelly will address the Rudd Government's approach to regional security and middle power diplomacy. He will cover the role of the three pillars - the US alliance, membership of the United Nations, and comprehensive engagement with the countries of Asia and the Pacific - in shaping Australia's role in the region and the world