APW2010: Trends in Management and Development of Natural Resources across Asia-Pacific
Professor Neil Byron is currently Commissioner for the study into Market Mechanism for Recovering Water in the Murray-Darling Basin. He was the founding Director of the graduate program in Environmental Management and Development in the National Centre for Development Studies in ANU.
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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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APW2010: The Regulatory Challenge of Asia
What does it mean when the Vietnamese government detains, without warning, Australian executives of an airline in which a major Australian company has made a long-term investment? After all, this kind of large-scale, high-technology investment in Asia is precisely what the global trade rules and transnational commercial laws of the late 20th century were designed to achieve. Our Vietnam example, however, is not a paradigm dispute about the terms of trade or the design of a commercial transaction
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Week 05 Lecture: Why do people see the environment in different ways
Drawing on the ideas presented earlier in the course, Alastair connects present and historical attitudes towards the environment in answering the question: why do people see the landscape in different ways? This lecture covers a variety of environmental perspectives from the development imperative of the early colonial times, to the contemporary conservation movement, to establish the different ways people see the environment, as well as the motivations behind the various attitudes towards the e
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Week 05 Lecture: Why do people see the environment in different ways
Drawing on the ideas presented earlier in the course, Alastair connects present and historical attitudes towards the environment in answering the question: why do people see the landscape in different ways? This lecture covers a variety of environmental perspectives from the development imperative of the early colonial times, to the contemporary conservation movement, to establish the different ways people see the environment, as well as the motivations behind the various attitudes towards the e
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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 03 Lecture: Sustainability and Public Participation
This lecture will explore the importantance of including people in environmental policy development and implementation, as well as the associated problems of allowing people to be involved in the development of policy and decision making processes. Power and equity issues will be explored with a view to highlighting the diabolical policy conundrum posed by the involvement and consultation of people in environmental policy. Steve Dovers will provide an introduction to the complex nature of enviro
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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 03 Lecture: Sustainability and Public Participation
This lecture will explore the importantance of including people in environmental policy development and implementation, as well as the associated problems of allowing people to be involved in the development of policy and decision making processes. Power and equity issues will be explored with a view to highlighting the diabolical policy conundrum posed by the involvement and consultation of people in environmental policy. Steve Dovers will provide an introduction to the complex nature of enviro
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Week 10 Lecture: making environmental policy work #1B
Brad Jessup on his course next semester Law and the Environment LAWS3103 and some thoughts on key issues in Environmental Law and Policy
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Week 10 Lecture: making environmental policy work #1A
Steve Dovers on his course next semester SRES3018 Policy and Institutional Analysis in Environment and Sustainability and some thoughts on why environmental policy is so different from other policy areas.
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Week 09 Lecture: Regional Planning
At what scale can environmental policy and planning best give efficacy to the sustainable management of resources? This week's lecture on regional planning draws together many arguments previously raised in the course to reflect on the ways Australia can be divided into smaller management regions so as to implement and manage environmental policy and planning initiatives at the grassroots level. Regional planning is proposed as one potentially effective way to balance the top down policy initiat
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Week 08 Lecture: role of indigenous people in EPP
Involving Indigenous peoples in environmental policy and planning is both a valuable and difficult exercise for policy makers to manage. On the one hand, Indigenous peoples can help manage the land, and provide a source of local knowledge for better land management, however decision makers have often overlooked this source of knowledge due to a lack of understanding, or systemic cultural differences which impede an effective exchange of ideas. This lecture will explore the current role of Indige
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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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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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