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Oxford University Centre for the Environment

Oxford University Centre for the Environment

The Oxford University Centre for the Environment houses the academic department of the School of Geography and the Environment, an intellectually vibrant, research-intensive academic department at the centre of British geography.

The School is home to the University of Oxford's Undergraduate Honour School of Geography and International Graduate School which offers four taught Masters courses, a Masters of Philosophy, and a Doctor of Philosophy (DPhil) in Geography and the Environment.

Series associated with Oxford University Centre for the Environment

# Episode Title Description People Date Media Files
1 Creative Commons Water Lives: forging a science-policy interface Exploring the interface between science and policy-making at Water Lives - a science-policy symposium for Freshwater life in Brussels, January 2014. Listen to find out what every scientist should know about policy-making. Paul Jepson, Helen Scales 31 Mar 2014
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2 Creative Commons Geography, Inequality and Oxford Danny Dorling delivers his inaugural lecture as Halford Mackinder Professor of Geography on 'Geography, Inequality and Oxford'. Danny Dorling 17 Feb 2014
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3 An energy cost analysis of membranes in water treatment from alternative sources; will improvements to water security be sustainable? Graeme K Pearce, Director, Membrane Consultancy Associates, gives a talk for the Water Security seminar series Graeme K Pearce 02 Dec 2013
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4 Membrane filtration: from critical to threshold flux Robert Field, Engineering Science, University of Oxford, gives a talk for the Water Security Seminar series Robert Feild 02 Dec 2013
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5 Creative Commons Corporate water risk - clarity and consistency Cate Lamb, Head of Water Program, Carbon Disclosure Project, gives a talk for the Water Security seminar series. Cate Lamb 15 Nov 2013
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6 Corporate water risk - confusion and ambiguity Alex Money, School of Geography and the Environment, gives a talk for the Water Security Seminar Series. Alex Money 15 Nov 2013
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7 What is the risk of drought in the Thames basin? Jim Hall, Environmental Change Institute, Oxford, gives a talk for the Water security seminar series. Jim Hall 11 Nov 2013
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8 Is climate change science a barrier to flood management decision making? Jon Wicks, Global Technology Leader - Flood Modelling, CH2M HILL, gives a talk for the Water security seminar series. Jon Wicks 11 Nov 2013
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9 Adaptation to climate change: the role of insurance in flood risk management Edmund Penning-Rowsell, School of Geography and the Environment, Oxford gives a talk for the Water Security seminar series. Edmund Penning-Rowsell 29 Oct 2013
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10 The future of UK flood insurance Matt Cullen, Policy Adviser - Flooding and Climate Change, Association of British Insurers, gives a talk for the Water Security seminar series. Matt Cullen 29 Oct 2013
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11 Creative Commons How can the customer and consumer participate in the electricity demand-side - and what's in it for them? Panel discussion from the UKERC conference 'GB Electricity Demand - Realising the Resource' held on 16th May 2013 at Royal Society, London. Gill Owen, Maria Pooley, Sophie Neuberg, Jeremy Nicholson 22 Jul 2013
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12 Creative Commons Who Leads, Who Follows? A Multi-level Perspective of Energy Transitions in the Transport Sector Part of the Transitioning towards Electric Vehicles seminar series held at the Transport Studies Unit of the Oxford University Centre for the Environment. Greg Marsden 15 Jul 2013
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13 Introduction to the Environmental Change Institute Professor Jim Hall, Director of the ECI, gives a brief introduction to the work of the University of Oxford's interdisciplinary research institute looking into the processes, solutions and partnerships relating to global environmental change. Jim Hall 29 May 2013
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14 Creative Commons Sparks Symposium: Interdisciplinary Research, Communication and Dissemination Part two Why Social Scientists Should Engage with Natural Scientists With Philip Lowe, Newcastle University. The aim of the symposium is to offer advice, training, tools and best practices to participants undertaking or considering interdisciplinary energy research. Philip Lowe 22 May 2013
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15 Creative Commons Sparks Symposium: Interdisciplinary Research, Communication and Dissemination Part one Assessing Interdisciplinary Research With Catherine Lyall, University of Edinburgh, The aim of the symposium is to offer advice, training, tools and best practices to participants undertaking or considering interdisciplinary energy research. Catherine Lyall 22 May 2013
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16 Low Carbon Heat: Research Gaps and Opportunities: Part two IEA Heat Research With Robin Wiltshire, BRE. A two-day UKERC Meeting Place event to bring together experts from academia, consultancy and industry to discuss low carbon heat. Robin Wiltshire 22 May 2013
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17 Creative Commons Low Carbon Heat: Research Gaps and Opportunities: Part one Heat and the City With Jan Webb, University of Edinburgh. A two-day UKERC Meeting Place event to bring together experts from academia, consultancy and industry to discuss low carbon heat. Jan Webb 22 May 2013
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18 Creative Commons The Future of the UK Gas Network: Part two Scenarios for the future of the network With Paul Dodds, UCL. The purpose of this talk is to To examine research and policy issues surrounding the future of the UK gas network from a range of perspectives, including government, industry and academia. Paul Dodds 22 May 2013
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19 Creative Commons The Future of the UK Gas Network: Part one The UK Energy Research Centre With Jim Watson, UKERC. The purpose of this talk is to examine research and policy issues surrounding the future of the UK gas network from a range of perspectives, including government, industry and academia. Jim Watson 22 May 2013
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20 Creative Commons SPLiCE: Sustainable Pathways to Low Carbon Energy (Scoping Workshop) Part Two National Ecosystem Assessment To scope out an ambitious research programme (SPLiCE) that would identify how the transition to a low carbon energy system can be made in a sustainable way. With Ian Bateman, UEA. Ian Bateman 22 May 2013
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21 Creative Commons SPLiCE: Sustainable Pathways to Low Carbon Energy (Scoping Workshop) Part 1: Legal and Energy Policy Context To scope out an ambitious research programme (SPLiCE) that would identify how the transition to a low carbon energy system can be made in a sustainable way. With Tom Bain (DECC). Tom Bain 22 May 2013
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22 Creative Commons Environmental Decision-Making in the European Union: Who Exercises Power? As part of Europe Day on 9 May 2013, the Conservation Governance Laboratory at the University of Oxford organised a panel discussion co-sponsored by the School of Geography and the Environment and the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment. Paul Jepson, Jonas Schoenefeld, Caroline Jackson, Kaarina Kolle 15 May 2013
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23 Creative Commons The Political Economy of Ecosystem Services Professor Joshua Farley (Vermont University; ODID-ECI Astor Visiting Lecturer) gives a entitled "The Political Economy of Ecosystem Services". Joshua Farley 05 Mar 2013
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24 Creative Commons Even ostriches need third party insurance: the case for action on climate change in a polycentric world A special lecture organised by the Environmental Change Insitute at the Sheldonian Theatre, University of Oxford. The Rt Hon John Gummer, Lord Deben 28 Feb 2013
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25 Creative Commons Banking on Biodiversity The Chief Environmentalist at the European Investment Bank talks on 'Banking on Biodiversity: the Experience of the European Investment Bank'. Peter Carter, European Investment Bank 29 Nov 2012
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26 Creative Commons Climate and Land Use Change Professor Britaldo Soares-Filho (Centro de Sensoriamento Remoto/UFMG, Brazil) delivers one of the 2012 ECI Climate Lectures. Britaldo Soares-Filho 26 Oct 2012
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27 Creative Commons Water Security in Changing Climates Professor David Grey (University of Oxford) delivers one of the 2012 ECI Climate Lectures. David Grey 26 Oct 2012
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28 Creative Commons Climate Change as a Global Shifting Force Professor Sir David King (University of Oxford) delivers one of the 2012 ECI Climate Lectures. David King 25 Oct 2012
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29 Creative Commons Sustainable cost recovery: re-shaping the moral economy of 'Financing Water for All' Presentation from the parallel session 'Sustainable water infrastructure' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Dr Johanna Wadsley, The Open University, UK. Johanna Wadsley 31 May 2012
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30 Creative Commons Water (un)control and water (in)security; theorising an infrastructural framework for water apportionment and access Presentation from the parallel session 'Sustainable water infrastructure' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Professor Bruce Lankford, University of East Anglia, UK. Bruce Lankford 31 May 2012
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31 Creative Commons Infrastructure and incentives for water security in North-west China Presentation from the parallel session 'Sustainable water infrastructure' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Simon Howarth, Mott MacDonald, UK. Simon Howarth 31 May 2012
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32 Creative Commons Does privatisation increase water security in the Global South? Evaluating the findings and methods of empirical literature Presentation from the parallel session 'Sustainable water infrastructure' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Marja Hirvi, University of Helsinki, Finland. Marja Hirvi 31 May 2012
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33 Creative Commons Water security in the Canadian prairies: science and management challenges Presentation from the parallel session 'Informing decision-making' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Professor Howard Wheater, University of Saskatchewan. Howard Wheater 31 May 2012
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34 Creative Commons Flooding and professional dialogue: scientists and local decision-makers exchange ideas Presentation from the parallel session 'Informing decision-making' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Professor Carolyn Roberts, University of Oxford, UK. Carolyn Roberts 31 May 2012
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35 Designing robust water supply systems in the UK Presentation from the parallel session 'Informing decision-making' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Dr Fai Fung, University of Oxford, UK. Fai Fung 31 May 2012
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36 Creative Commons Water security, climate change and agriculture: a simple framework for rapid assessments Presentation from the parallel session 'Informing decision-making' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Kit Nicholson, Consultant for HR Wallingford. Kit Nicholson 31 May 2012
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37 Creative Commons Approaching water security from a risk perspective Presentation from the parallel session 'Informing decision-making' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Dr Christina Cook, University of British Columbia, Canada. Christina Cook 31 May 2012
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38 Creative Commons Water security - a matter of national defence Presentation from the parallel session 'Water security in international affairs: law and defence' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Dr Wendell King, US Army Command and General Staff College, USA. Wendell King 31 May 2012
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39 Creative Commons The web of water security: Legal challenges in an interconnected world Presentation from the parallel session 'Water security in international affairs: law and defence' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Bjørn-Oliver Magsig and Ruby Moynihan, University of Dundee, UK. Bjørn-Oliver Magsig, Ruby Moynihan 31 May 2012
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40 Creative Commons A systemic legal response to water security: the responsibility to provide solutions beyond definitions! Presentation from the parallel session 'Water security in international affairs: law and defence' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Dr Christina Leb, University of Geneva, Switzerland. Christina Leb 31 May 2012
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41 Creative Commons Defining water security for heavy manufacturing industries in Teesside, North East England: from the perils of the 1959 drought to the burden of oversupply Presentation from the parallel session 'Water security, human development and governance' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Dr Christine McCulloch, University of Oxford, UK. Christine McCulloch 31 May 2012
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42 Creative Commons Measuring transparency in the water sector: the Spanish case Presentation from the parallel session 'Water security, human development and governance' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Dr Lucia De Stefano, Botin Foundation, Spain. Lucia De Stefano 31 May 2012
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43 Creative Commons Regional water security and public health implications in Bengal Delta Presentation from the parallel session 'Water security, human development and governance' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Dr Ali Shafqat Akanda, Tufts University, USA. Ali Shafqat Akanda 31 May 2012
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44 Creative Commons Beyond metrics: can water footprinting improve water security? Presentation from the parallel session 'Corporate water security risk: harnessing science-enterprise partnerships' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Dr Dave Tickner, WWF-UK. Dave Tickner 31 May 2012
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45 Creative Commons Measuring what you manage: corporate water risk Presentation from the parallel session 'Corporate water security risk: harnessing science-enterprise partnerships' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Alex Money, University of Oxford, UK. Alex Money 31 May 2012
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46 Creative Commons SABMiller's perspective on corporate water risk Presentation from the parallel session 'Corporate water security risk: harnessing science-enterprise partnerships' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By David Grant, SABMiller. David Grant 31 May 2012
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47 Creative Commons Lessons from public-private-civil society partnerships to address shared water risk Presentation from the parallel session 'Corporate water security risk: harnessing science-enterprise partnerships' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Robin Farrington, GIZ, Germany. Robin Farrington 31 May 2012
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48 Creative Commons Elements of sustainable urban water services Presentation from the parallel session 'Urban water services delivery' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Michael Rouse CBE, University of Oxford, UK. Michael Rouse 31 May 2012
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49 Creative Commons Continuous water supply - an essential component for achieving water security Presentation from the parallel session 'Urban water services delivery' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Anand Jalakam, Jalakam Solutions Private Limited, India. Anand Jalakam 31 May 2012
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50 Creative Commons Coping with risk-managing distribution networks Presentation from the parallel session 'Urban water services delivery' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Francisco Cubillo, Canal de Isabel II, Spain. Francisco Cubillo 31 May 2012
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51 Creative Commons The political economy of land and water grabs Presentation from the parallel session 'Water: a fault line of international conflict in the 21st century?' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Dr David Zetland, Wageningen University, The Netherlands. David Zetland 31 May 2012
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52 Creative Commons Dust-up over the Brahmaputra: India, China and the impending encounter of river diversion mega-schemes Presentation from the parallel session 'Water: a fault line of international conflict in the 21st century?' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Dr Robert Wirsing, Georgetown University, USA. Robert Wirsing 31 May 2012
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53 Creative Commons The impact of uncertainties on cooperation and conflict in transboundary water management Presentation from the parallel session 'Water: a fault line of international conflict in the 21st century?' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Dr Itay Fischhendler, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. Itay Fischhendler 31 May 2012
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54 Creative Commons The water security implications of water securitization: an Israeli-Palestinian perspective Presentation from the parallel session 'Water: a fault line of international conflict in the 21st century?' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Professor Eran Feitelson, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. Eran Feitelson 31 May 2012
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55 Mobile-enhanced handpump maintenance innovations in rural India Presentation from the parallel session 'Mobile technology innovations and rural water security' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By K.J. Rajeev, WaterAid, India. K J Rajeev 31 May 2012
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56 Creative Commons LIFELINK - Reducing financial and operational risks to rural water security Presentation from the parallel session 'Mobile technology innovations and rural water security' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Rasoul Mikkelsen, Grundfos LIFELINK, Denmark. Rasoul Mikkelsen 31 May 2012
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57 Creative Commons Smart handpumps and rural water security risk Presentation from the parallel session 'Mobile technology innovations and rural water security' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Dr Rob Hope, University of Oxford, UK. Dr Rob Hope 31 May 2012
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58 Creative Commons Rural water supply management and monitoring innovations from West Africa Presentation from the parallel session 'Mobile technology innovations and rural water security' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Daniel Annerose, Manobi, Senegal. Daniel Annerose 31 May 2012
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59 Creative Commons Designing water entitlement systems for an ever changing and ever varying future Presentation from the parallel session 'Economic innovations to manage risk through water trading' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Professor Mike Young, University of Adelaide, Australia. Mike Young 31 May 2012
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60 Creative Commons What's the national economic value of water trading? Presentation from the parallel session 'Economic innovations to manage risk through water trading' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Dr Julien Harou, University College London, UK. Julien Harou 31 May 2012
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61 Creative Commons Water reform in a transaction costs world: concepts, metrics and lessons learned Presentation from the parallel session 'Economic innovations to manage risk through water trading' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Dr Dustin Garrick, University of Oxford, UK. Dustin Garrick 31 May 2012
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62 Creative Commons Water security and the irrigation sector Presentation from the parallel session 'Economic innovations to manage risk through water trading' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Dr Henning Bjornlund, University of South Australia, University of Lethbridge. Henning Bjornlund 31 May 2012
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63 Creative Commons Enhancing water security for the benefit of humans and nature - a multi-level governance challenge Presentation from the plenary session 'Pathways to enhance water security' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Professor Claudia Pahl-Wostl, University of Osnabrück, Germany. Claudia Pahl-Wostl 31 May 2012
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64 Creative Commons Water services regulation and water security Presentation from the plenary session 'Pathways to enhance water security' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Robert Gakubia, Water Services Regulatory Board, Kenya. Robert Gakubia 31 May 2012
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65 Creative Commons Economic innovations to manage water security risks and tradeoffs Presentation from the plenary session 'Pathways to enhance water security' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Anthony Cox, OECD, France. Anthony Cox 31 May 2012
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66 Creative Commons Water security and economic growth - an imperative for climate change adaptation Presentation from the plenary session 'Pathways to enhance water security' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Dr Casey Brown, University of Massachusetts, USA. Casey Brown 31 May 2012
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67 Creative Commons River basin management pathways to water security Presentation from the plenary session 'Pathways to enhance water security' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Dr Don Blackmore, former CEO of Murray Darling Basin Commission, Australia. Don Blackmore 31 May 2012
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68 Risk and response: a business perspective on water security Presentation from the public lecture, part of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Greg Koch, The Coca-Cola Company, USA. Greg Koch 31 May 2012
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69 Catalysing sustainable water security - role of science, innovation and partnerships Presentation from the public lecture, part of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Professor Sir John Beddington, UK Government Chief Scientific Adviser. Sir John Beddington 31 May 2012
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70 Creative Commons Managing risk from climate variability and change: lessons from Australia's Murray-Darling Basin Presentation from the plenary session 'Global change and the evidence base for strategic policy and business decisions' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. Jamie Pittock 31 May 2012
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71 Creative Commons Decision making under uncertainty: a new paradigm for water security Presentation from the plenary session 'Global change and the evidence base for strategic policy and business decisions' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. Patricia Gober 31 May 2012
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72 Growing water scarcity in agriculture - future challenge to global water security Presentation from the plenary session 'Global change and the evidence base for strategic policy and business decisions' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. Malin Falkenmark 31 May 2012
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73 Creative Commons Water scarcity, water quality and aquatic ecology: impacts of climate and land use change on the River Thames system Presentation from the parallel session 'Impacts of global change on water security' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Professor Paul Whitehead, University of Oxford, UK. Paul Whitehead 31 May 2012
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74 Creative Commons How credible are hydrological projections in a changing world? Presentation from the parallel session 'Impacts of global change on water security' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Professor Thorsten Wagener, Pennsylvania State University, USA. Thorsten Wagener 31 May 2012
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75 Creative Commons Changing land-atmosphere feedbacks in tropical African Wetlands Presentation from the parallel session 'Impacts of global change on water security' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Dr Simon Dadson, University of Oxford, UK. Simon Dadson 31 May 2012
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76 Creative Commons Securing water in a changing climate Presentation from the parallel session 'Impacts of global change on water security' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Professor Declan Conway, University of East Anglia, UK. Declan Conway 31 May 2012
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77 Creative Commons Building dams, building states: water, development and politics in the Tigris-Euphrates Basin Presentation from the parallel session 'Water security in international affairs: transboundary waters' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Dale Stahl, Columbia University, USA. Dale Stahl 31 May 2012
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78 Creative Commons Pan-European landscape of cooperation on transboundary waters: main issues and security implications Presentation from the parallel session 'Water security in international affairs: transboundary waters' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. Annukka Lipponen 31 May 2012
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79 Creative Commons Water diplomacy: a networked approach to understanding, measuring and managing water security Presentation from the parallel session 'Water security in international affairs: transboundary waters' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Professor Shafiqul Islam, Tufts University, USA. Shafiqul Islam 31 May 2012
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80 Creative Commons Scenario based elicitation of expert perceptions of water security and climate change adaptation in the Nile Basin Presentation from the parallel session 'Water security in international affairs: transboundary waters' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Dr Marisa Goulden, University of East Anglia, UK. Marisa Goulden 31 May 2012
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81 Creative Commons Three things for the water security community to know about the energy sector Presentation from the parallel session 'Water and energy security' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Walter Reinhardt, Australian National University, Australia. Walter Reinhardt 31 May 2012
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82 Creative Commons Water security, energy scarcity and sustainable development Presentation from the parallel session 'Water and energy security' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Dr Carles Ibanez, Institut de Recerca i Tecnologia Agroalimentàries, Spain. Carles Ibanez 31 May 2012
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83 Creative Commons Resource implications of the move to non-conventionals in the energy and water sectors Presentation from the parallel session 'Water and energy security' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Antony Froggatt, Chatham House, UK. Antony Froggatt 31 May 2012
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84 Creative Commons Solar water - ecosystem implications of the food/water/energy nexus in La Mancha, Spain Presentation from the parallel session 'Water and energy security' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Alvar Closas, University of Oxford, UK. Alvar Closas 31 May 2012
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85 Creative Commons Joint Monitoring Programme Equity and Non-Discrimination Working Group Presentation from the parallel session 'WASH: goals, targets and metrics for the next 25 years' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Virginia Roaf, Adviser to the UN Special Rapporteur on the human right to water and sanitation. Virginia Roaf 31 May 2012
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86 Creative Commons Joint Monitoring Programme Sanitation Working Group Presentation from the parallel session 'WASH: goals, targets and metrics for the next 25 years' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Dr Andrew Cotton, Loughborough University, UK. Andrew Cotton 31 May 2012
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87 Creative Commons Joint Monitoring Programme Water Working Group Presentation from the parallel session 'WASH: goals, targets and metrics for the next 25 years' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Tom Slaymaker, WaterAid, UK. Tom Slaymaker 31 May 2012
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88 Creative Commons Water and sanitation planning: concepts, institutions and action Presentation from the parallel session 'WASH: goals, targets and metrics for the next 25 years' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Professor David Bradley, University of Oxford, UK. David Bradley 31 May 2012
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89 Creative Commons Rocks, hard places and road blocks: challenges on the paths to water security in Africa Presentation from the plenary session 'Water security and the global development challenge' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Professor Mike Muller, University of Witwatersrand, South Africa. Mike Muller 31 May 2012
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90 Creative Commons Diageo's approach to water - supporting business growth Presentation from the plenary session 'Water security and the global development challenge' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Gerry O'Hagan, Diageo, UK. Gerry O'Hagan 31 May 2012
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91 Creative Commons State of water and sanitation: how secure is water for people? Presentation from the plenary session 'Water security and the global development challenge' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Professor Jamie Bartram, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA. Jamie Bartram 31 May 2012
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92 Creative Commons Water security and the global development challenge Presentation from the plenary session 'Water security and the global development challenge' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Stephen O'Brien, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for International Development, DFID, UK. Stephen O’Brien 31 May 2012
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93 Creative Commons Addressing water security risks: can we leapfrog carbon? Presentation from the plenary session 'A risk perspective on water security' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Robert Bell, AEA Europe, UK. Robert Bell 31 May 2012
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94 Creative Commons Risk-based principles for defining and managing water security Presentation from the plenary session 'A risk perspective on water security' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Professor Jim Hall, University of Oxford, UK. Jim Hall 31 May 2012
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95 Creative Commons The case of the water insecure: building a national, regional and global coalition Presentation from the plenary session 'Water security as a 21st century challenge' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Dr Letitia Obeng, Global Water Partnership. Letitia Obeng 31 May 2012
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96 Creative Commons Peak water and peak energy: implications for security Presentation from the plenary session 'Water security as a 21st century challenge' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Dr Peter H. Gleick, Pacific Institute, USA. Peter H Gleick 31 May 2012
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97 Framing the agenda: the global case for science, policy and enterprise Presentation from the plenary session 'Water security as a 21st century challenge' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Professor David Grey, University of Oxford, UK. David Grey 31 May 2012
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98 Creative Commons Bodies, Buses and Bureaucracy: Reflections on common interests in disability rights and service provision Dr Ruth Butler, University of Hull, delivers a seminar as part of the 'Socio-spatial inequalities, transport and mobilities' seminar series held in the Transport Studies Unit during Hilary Term 2012. Ruth Butler 11 Apr 2012
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99 Gender and Transport, the Neglected Dimension: Social inclusion, access and sustainable urban mobility Professor Margaret Grieco, Edinburgh Napier University, delivers a seminar as part of the 'Socio-spatial inequalities, transport and mobilities' seminar series held in the Transport Studies Unit during Hilary Term 2012. Margaret Grieco 11 Apr 2012
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100 Breathing Unequally: Environmental justice and transport-related air pollution Professor Gordon Walker, Lancaster University, delivers a seminar as part of the 'Socio-spatial inequalities, transport and mobilities' seminar series held in the Transport Studies Unit during Hilary Term 2012. Gordon Walker 11 Apr 2012
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