CTPI: Exploring Youth Justice: Progress and Possibilities
Chaired by Professor Murray Rae, Head of the Department of Theology and Religion, this is a panel discussion with Judge Andrew Becroft, Principal Youth Court Judge, Professor Mark Henaghan, Dean of the Faculty of Law, Professor Chris Marshall, Victoria University, Wellington and Dr Shayne Walker, Department of Sociology, Gender and Social Work. One often hears laments about the loss of moral standards and the high rates of criminal offending among youth. In fact, however, rates of youth offendin
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#400: Phantom democracies: John Keane on the New Global Despotism

Political scientist and author John Keane on the recent proliferation of corrupt political regimes that employ democratic rhetoric, staged elections, social media and economic growth to cultivate public loyalty and give the appearance of legitimacy. Presented by Peter Mares.

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Change-making beyond the catwalk
Fashion journalist and sustainability expert Clare Press hosts an panel that reveals change-making is as diverse as the fashion world itself. Everyone can make a difference — as consumer, designer or industry-professional. She is joined by German designer Ina Budde and Melinda Tually, the driving force behind the Fashion Revolution Australia/NZ, as well as David Giles-Kaye, CEO of The Council of Textile and Fashion. Change-making beyond the catwalk on July 21, 2017, is presented by RMIT Gall
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Introduction

An essential aspect of maintaining the body is the consumption of food. The range of foods that we eat is known as our diet and the components of food that are digested, absorbed and used in bodily functions are known as nutrients. Nutrients supply the body with both energy and with the components for growth and repair. In this free course, Obesity: balanced diets and treatment, you will examine the various roles of nutrients within the body and look at the effects of nut
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Panel debate: Have activists added to the climate change problem?
Neil Bowerman gives the opening talk to the debate, have activists added to the climate change problem?
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3.3.1 Sequence of events

It was important to establish the precise sequence of events leading up to and during the collapse. From which part had the collapse started? Why had so much of the structure been destroyed? Was there any prior warning of the failure? What part had the weather conditions at the time played?

Eyewitnesses were plentiful, and each had a different perspective of the bridge as it fell. There were some common parts to their statements. Most of the witnesses, especially survivors from vehicles
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Climate-induced population displacements in a 4 degree plus world
Third presentation of session 6 (Vulnerable people and places 2) of the 4 Degrees international climate conference.
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2.3 Why we value play

Play is notoriously difficult to define, but this in itself is not problematic. What is important is that practitioners, parents and children within a setting share their ideas about what constitutes play and that we, as adults, are clear about why we value play. In order to do this, you need to take a step back and think about what you think play does and, from there, consider why it is valuable.

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Uncertainty, Lags and Nonlinearity: Challenges to Governance in a Turbulent World
Prof. Homer-Dixon looks at systems displaying high levels of uncertainty. Using the example of climate change, he asks whether standard "management" approaches used by policymakers are enough or if we must find new approaches in times of uncertainty. Global financial, climate, energy, and food challenges exhibit similar characteristics - all emerge from systems exhibiting high levels of uncertainty, countless unknown unknowns, time lags, threshold effects, occasional chaotic behavior, and someti
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1.2.1 Planning your search

Your approach to searching will depend to a great extent on what kind of person you are. In an ideal world, when searching for information for a specific purpose, we would all find what exactly we were looking for at the first attempt, especially if we are in a hurry. However, it’s always a good idea to have some kind of plan when you are searching for information, if only to help you plan your time and make sure you find the information you need. If I was starting to search for material on
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Teaching How to Compare and Order
As part of the Five Interactive Favorites Video Series from StarrMatica.com, this video gives elementary teachers ideas for teaching Comparing and Ordering Numbers with interactive, online resources.
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Babbage: LEDtime
This week our correspondents discuss the effects gadget-use can have on teenagers’ sleep, and Silicon Valley's billion-dollar "unicorns".
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Panel discussion: What next for climate change reporting?
Several of the UK's most influential environment correspondents from the BBC, the Financial Times, The Guardian, The Sun and The Science Media Centre to discuss the challenges of climate change reporting in the coming months. The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism (RISJ), the School of Geography and Environment and the Environmental Change Institute (ECI) at Oxford University, and the British Council Climate Change Programme are bringing together several of the UK's most influential e
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Ways out of the Climate-Finance-Energy Triple Crunch
Jeremy Leggett (Founder and CEO, Solar Century) presents the closing keynote speech for the Oxford Climate Forum 2010.
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Ways out of the Climate-Finance-Energy Triple Crunch
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After Copenhagen: Change Politics, not the Climate
Pam Giddy, director of Power 2010, gives a talk for the 2010 Oxford Climate Forum.
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The Politics of Climate Change: Problems and Solutions
Lord Anthony Giddens gives the opening keynote address to the Oxford Climate Forum, talking about the politics of climate change.
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After Copenhagen: Change Politics, not the Climate
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Dealing with Climate Change in the United States: The Non-Federal Response
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