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Too Hot To Talk About: Why Is Australia Still Debating Climate Change?
Some international commentators have expressed dismay that Australia is still debating climate change while other developed and developing economies have moved on and are already making positive steps towards climate change strategies. Is Australia out of step with the rest of the world?Who's telling fibs and who's providing facts about climate change in Australia? Have the Australian people switched off? On 25 November 2009 at 12.30 pm the ANU Climate Change Institute and the ANU Centre for Pub
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How Globalisation and Climate Change will Reshape Humanitarian Crises and Aid
Public Seminar hosted by the Department of International Relations and RegNet How Globalisation and Climate Change will Reshape Humanitarian Crises and Aid Peter Walker Rosenberg Professor of Nutrition and Human Security, and Director of the Feinstein International Center, Tufts University Date: Tuesday 9 February 2010 Time: 12.30 -- 2pm Venue: Centre for Arabic and Islamic Studies Al Falasi Lecture Theatre, Building 127, Ellery Crescent, ANU Peter Walker has been active in development and disas
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Post Copenhagen: Where do we go now?
Post Copenhagen: Where do we go now? Professor Will Steffen, Executive Director of the ANU Climate Change Institute will host a post COP 15 Climate Change Conference public event. Get the inside story of what went on at the Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen in December. Take the opportunity to engage with ANU students and researchers who attended the Conference. Internet live streaming will be available for people unable to make it to ANU on the day. The event is free. Students and the gen
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2010 Morrison Lecture: Australia and China in the World
And so today I am delighted to be able to present this, the 70th George E. Morrison Lecture. George Morrison was a man surrounded by controversy. But no-one, not even his greatest detractors, could deny his deep knowledge of China and his fascination with this ancient and continuing civilisation. Morrison was one of a kind. Nonetheless, the truth is he is little known in contemporary Australia. My view is that, 90 years after his death, it is time for that to change. Morrison is one of the most
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Forum on Burma's 2010 Elections
Forum on Burma's 2010 Elections This forum considers scenarios for and beyond Burma's anticipated 2010 elections. While the elections are part of the military regime's "7-point Road Map", many aspects of how they will play out, their prospects and limitations, remain unclear. What will be their aftermath? How will the domestic, regional and international communities respond to the post-ballot constitutional order and new government? Burma scholars from ANU, a representative from the Australian E
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Week 04 Panel: Individual and institutional sustainability
This panel will provide a helpful introduction to the difficulties of becoming more sustainable at the individual level, as well as the institutional level, such as the ANU. Rob (from the Fenner School), Jennifer, and John (both from ANU GREEN) will provide their insight and perspective on the issue of educating, and encouraging behavioural change to improve the ecological footprint of an institution such as the ANU, as well as individual footprints of ANU staff and students.
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Week 04 Panel: Individual and institutional sustainability
This panel will provide a helpful introduction to the difficulties of becoming more sustainable at the individual level, as well as the institutional level, such as the ANU. Rob (from the Fenner School), Jennifer, and John (both from ANU GREEN) will provide their insight and perspective on the issue of educating, and encouraging behavioural change to improve the ecological footprint of an institution such as the ANU, as well as individual footprints of ANU staff and students.
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Week 02 Lecture: Innovative Regulation and Tutorial Facilitation Skills
This week, Neil Gunningham will provide a guest lecture on mechanisms for coercing, or encouraging change, through environmental policy instruments, and the role that the policy instrument can have in environmental governance. Geoff Mortimer will then spend the second hour of the tutorial facilitating student learning on how to facilitate in preparation for the tutorial facilitation assessment task.
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Week 04 Lecture: Introduction to what is planning and policy and the Australian Political System
This weeks lecture provides an introduction to policy, and provides an general overview to the Australian political landscape that relates to policy instruments. Who are the actors responsible for creating policy, how can policy cause change to happen? Richard provides his perspectives on this topic, drawing upon his experiences with working with policy in the Australian context.
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Week 02 Lecture: Innovative Regulation and Tutorial Facilitation Skills
This week, Neil Gunningham will provide a guest lecture on mechanisms for coercing, or encouraging change, through environmental policy instruments, and the role that the policy instrument can have in environmental governance. Geoff Mortimer will then spend the second hour of the tutorial facilitating student learning on how to facilitate in preparation for the tutorial facilitation assessment task.
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Week 04 Lecture: Introduction to what is planning and policy and the Australian Political System
This weeks lecture provides an introduction to policy, and provides an general overview to the Australian political landscape that relates to policy instruments. Who are the actors responsible for creating policy, how can policy cause change to happen? Richard provides his perspectives on this topic, drawing upon his experiences with working with policy in the Australian context.
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Week 02 Lecture: Introduction to what is policy and the Australian political policy system
This weeks lecture provides an introduction to policy, and provides an general overview to the Australian political landscape that relates to policy instruments. Who are the actors responsible for creating policy, how can policy cause change to happen? Richard and Peter provide their perspectives on this topic, drawing upon their experiences with working with policy in the Australian context.
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Week 02 Lecture: Introduction to what is policy and the Australian political policy system
This weeks lecture provides an introduction to policy, and provides an general overview to the Australian political landscape that relates to policy instruments. Who are the actors responsible for creating policy, how can policy cause change to happen? Richard and Peter provide their perspectives on this topic, drawing upon their experiences with working with policy in the Australian context.
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Week 01 Lecture: Introduction and Policy Instruments
Richard and Peter introduce students to the course, central concepts, and teaching arrangements. The first lecture will provide an overview of the subject matter to be explored throughout the semester, the purpose of tutorials as a means for students to engage in deep conversation on the issues which are to be facilitated by students. The role of the supertutorial will be explained, a tool and support mechanism for tutorial facilitators to gather in the week prior to their facilitation for the p
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Leadership skills for the 21st century - Ashridge Journal Article
What skills do you need to lead in the face of today's global challenges? Are you fit to survive in this changing new world? Climate change and other pressing environmental and sustainability issues urgently require transformational change. In this article, Matthew Gitsham and Kai Peters challenge readers with the findings of Ashridge-led research presented to the united Nations in December 2008 which reveal that although 76% of senior executives say that leaders in their organisations need the
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Developing new leaders for the responsive state - Ashridge Journal Article
The concept of 'Responsive State' requires a shift in service provision from customers receiving a standard offering, to service providers adapting their offering to customers' needs. In this article, Mark Pegg outlines the challenges such a change in focus of provision poses for leaders in the public sector, and how providers of executive education can help them prepare better for this role.
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Global Climate Variability
EngrResVid - Faculty - Global Climate Variability - Colorado State University > CSU COMMUNITY > Engineering Research Videos > Faculty > Global Climate Variability
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Remote Sensing and Cloud/Climate Studies
EngrResVid - Faculty - Remote Sensing and Cloud/Climate Studies - Colorado State University > CSU COMMUNITY > Engineering Research Videos > Faculty > Remote Sensing and Cloud/Climate Studies
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Soil Analysis for Organic Farms


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Srour on Education, African Schools, and Building Tomorrow
George Srour, founder of Building Tomorrow, a non-profit that builds schools in Uganda, talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about his experience starting, funding, and running an organization that tries to change the world one school at a time. Srour discusses how he tries to make sure that his organization accomplishes more than bricks and mortar and the rewards and challenges of a start-up non-profit.
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