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101 Creative Commons Lorenz Gödel and Penrose: new perspectives on determinism and unpredictability, from fundamental physics to the science of climate change The 9th Dennis Sciama Memorial Lecture, looking at chaos theory and climate change Tim Palmer 07 Apr 2014
102 Creative Commons Is sustainability too expensive? (2014 Hoffmann Lecture) Dr Mathis Wackernagel, President, Global Footprint Network, delivers the 2014 Hoffmann Lecture. Mathis Wackernagel, André Hoffmann, Nick Rawlins 01 Apr 2014
103 Creative Commons FMR 45 Illegal migration in the Indian Sunderbans It is expected that due to sea-level rises in the future many millions of Bangladeshis will flee to India, exacerbating further the ongoing disputes between India and Bangladesh. Sahana Bose 28 Mar 2014
104 Creative Commons FMR 45 Choice and necessity: relocations in the Arctic and South Pacific Relocation – whereby livelihoods, housing and public infrastructure are reconstructed in another location – may be the best adaptation response for communities whose current location becomes uninhabitable or is vulnerable to future climate-induced threats Robin Bronen 28 Mar 2014
105 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
106 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
107 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
108 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
109 A New Paradigm for Environmental Protection for the 21st Century Commissioner Dan Esty, Dr Kumi Naidoo, Mr Simon Upton and Dr Zinta Zommers discuss environmental protection and climate change at the Rhodes House 110th Anniversary event. Dan Esty, Kumi Naidoo, Simon Upton, Zinta Zommers 29 Oct 2013
110 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
111 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
112 Against All Odds: Recovering the first climate data from the central Sahara Professor Richard Washington, Professor of Climate Science at the School of Geography and the Environment; Fellow and Tutor in Geography, Keble College, gives a talk for the 2013 Oxford Alumni Weekend. Richard Washington 07 Oct 2013
113 What the World Needs Now from the Environmental Movement Dr Kumi Naidoo, Executive Director of Greenpeace International, gives a talk for the Oxford Alumni Weekend 2013. Kumi Naidoo 03 Oct 2013
114 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
115 Enzymes as Fuel Producers Growing energy demand worldwide is a crucial challenge for chemists. Suzannah Hexter, Armstrong Group, shows how, with the help of enzymes, the principles of photosynthesis may be artificially exploited and improved to provide a clean energy resource. Suzannah Hexter 19 Jul 2013
116 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
117 Creative Commons Virtuous Climate Making? Towards a Virtue-Theoretic Approach to Geoengineering Geoengineering, as a response to climate change, raises serious ethical and socio-political issues. Drawing on the latest developments in philosophy and ethics of technology and science, I consider a post-humanist way of analysing such issues. Pak-Hang Wong 03 Jul 2013
118 Postcolonial futures: the Caribbean in dialogue Dr Kevon Rhiney, Commonwealth Fellow and lecturer (Department of Geography and Geology, University of the West Indies) considers contemporary social and economic development in Jamaica, in the light of environmental vulnerability and climate change. David Howard, Kevon Rhiney 12 Jun 2013
119 Postcolonial futures: the Caribbean in dialogue Dr Kevon Rhiney, Commonwealth Fellow and lecturer (Department of Geography and Geology, University of the West Indies) considers contemporary social and economic development in Jamaica, in the light of environmental vulnerability and climate change. David Howard, Kevon Rhiney 12 Jun 2013
120 Masters of Nature? - The physics of trying to control the climate The Earth's climate is changing; but what are we doing about it? The frustration felt all around the world at the inability to agree a meaningful deal on global carbon dioxide emission leaves people looking for alternatives. Richard Millar 04 Jun 2013
121 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
122 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
123 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
124 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
125 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
126 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
127 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
128 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
129 Creative Commons FMR 41 The management of climate displacement Knowing that displacements will occur as a result of climate change, the humanitarian community will need to work pre-emptively with communities identified as likely to be threatened on the land-based solutions that may be available to them. Scott Leckie 08 May 2013
130 Creative Commons Organisms Lecture 4: The Global Strategy for Plant Conservation 2020 Fourth and final lecture in Professor Tim Walker's Organisms series in which he looks at how we can conserve the world's vital plants on a global scale. Tim Walker 07 May 2013
131 Creative Commons Who's to Blame for the Weather? Professor Allen of the Oxford University Environmental Change Institute discusses one of the most pressing issues of the modern day - Climate Change. Myles Allen 08 Apr 2013
132 Economic Rights and Regulatory Regimes: Is there still a 'right' to water? Roundtable Discussion A panel discussion featuring experts at the Environment Agency and National Farmers Union to examine how environmental policymakers are responding to challenges in water resource management caused by severe weather events associated with climate change. Ronan Palmer, Paul Hammett, Bill Howard, Bettina Lange 25 Mar 2013
133 Economic Rights and Regulatory Regimes: Is there still a 'right' to water? Panel III A roundtable discussion featuring legal experts to examine how environmental policymakers are responding to challenges in water resource management caused by severe weather events associated with climate change. Donald McGillvray, Bill Howard, Sarah Hendry 25 Mar 2013
134 Economic Rights and Regulatory Regimes: Is there still a 'right' to water? Panel II A panel discussion featuring strategy and policy experts to examine how environmental policymakers are responding to challenges in water resource management caused by severe weather events associated with climate change. Alice Piure, Jon Stern 25 Mar 2013
135 Creative Commons Economic Rights and Regulatory Regimes: Is there still a 'right' to water? Panel I Dr Karen Morrow, Swansea Law Department; Dr Bettina Lange, University of Oxford; Dr Mark Shepheard, McGill University give talks for the 1st Panel of the Economic Rights and Regulatory Regimes: Is there still a 'right' to water? conference. Karen Morrow, Mark Shepheard, Bettina Lange 25 Mar 2013
136 Creative Commons Communicating Risk and Uncertainty in Climate Science part two Peter Scott, Met Office, gives a talk for the Communicating Risk and Uncertainty conference, held at Green Templton College, Oxford on 15th Novemeber 2012. Peter Scott 21 Dec 2012
137 Creative Commons Communicating Risk and Uncertainty in Climate Science part one Professor Chris Rapley, UCL, gives a talk for the Communicating Risk and Uncertainty conference, held at Green Templton College, Oxford on 15th Novemeber 2012. Introduced by Richard Black, former BBC Correspondent. Chris Rapley, Richard Black 21 Dec 2012
138 The Media's Reporting of Risk and Uncertainty Panel Discussion Panel discussion with Roger Harrabin, BBC Environment Analyst, Fiona Harvey, Guardian Environmental Correspondent, Kate Kelland, Health and Science Corespondent, Thompson Reuters, chaired by Tom Sheldon, Science Media Centre. Roger Harrabin, Fiona Harvey, Kate Kelland, Tom Sheldon 10 Dec 2012
139 The IPCC's Communication of Risk and Uncertainty part two Professor Arthur Petersen, (Chief Scientist at the PBL Netherlands Environment Assessment Agency) gives a talk for the Communicating Risk and Uncertainty conference, held at Green Templeton College, Oxford on 15th November 2012. Arthur Petersen 10 Dec 2012
140 The IPCC's Communication of Risk and Uncertainty Professor Myles Allen, Environmental Change Institute, Oxford, gives a talk for the Communicating Risk and Uncertainty conference, held at Green Templton College, Oxford on 15th Novemeber 2012. Myles Allen 10 Dec 2012
141 Communicating Risk and Uncertainty in Climate Science part three Professor Rob Wilby, (Loughborough), gives a talk for the Communicating Risk and Uncertainty conference, held at Green Templeton College, Oxford on 15th November 2012. Rob Wilby 10 Dec 2012
142 Communicating Risk and Uncertainty in Climate Science part two Peter Scott, Met Office, gives a talk for the Communicating Risk and Uncertainty conference, held at Green Templton College, Oxford on 15th Novemeber 2012. Peter Scott 10 Dec 2012
143 Communicating Risk and Uncertainty in Climate Science part one Professor Chris Rapley, UCL, gives a talk for the Communicating Risk and Uncertainty conference, held at Green Templton College, Oxford on 15th Novemeber 2012. Introduced by Richard Black, former BBC Correspondent. Chris Rapley, Richard Black 10 Dec 2012
144 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
145 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
146 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
147 Creative Commons How to eat an Elephant: Why Climate Change Policy is in a Mess and How to Fix it For more than two decades, Professor Steve Rayner has led interdisciplinary research programmes on science technology and environment, specifically on global climate change. Steve Rayner 09 Oct 2012
148 Creative Commons What will be the pros and cons of city life in the future? As populations increasingly migrate to city centres there are many factors that improve lifestyle - less pollution, fewer road accidents, easier access to medical care. But city infrastructure could do with a rethink says Professor Steve Rayner. Steve Rayner 20 Aug 2012
149 Creative Commons Why do we need 'citizen science'? Harnessing the general public to help analyse complex data sets is not only helping scientists with galaxy classification. Pedro Ferreira 20 Aug 2012
150 Creative Commons Why is biodiversity so important for humanity? The biological diversity of life on earth provides all that is essential to the planet as we know it. But there are pressures on that biodiversity, including changing land use and global warming. Katherine Willis 20 Aug 2012
151 Creative Commons An Uncertain Climate Chris Rapley, Professor of Climate Science, University College London, gives the final lecture in the Uncertainty series. Chris Rapley 03 Jul 2012
152 Creative Commons Climate change and two concepts of liberty The final lecture in the series entitled Climate Connections was presented by Dr Myles Allen who currently heads the Climate Dynamics Group in the Department of Physics, University of Oxford. Myles Allen 24 May 2012
153 Creative Commons Geoengineering: Science, politics and ethics An introduction to geoengineering, covering the broad range of issues raised by the emergence of climate engineering as a response to climate change. Clive Hamilton 23 May 2012
154 Creative Commons Climate change: making the best use of scientific information Thomas Stocker discusses the challenges that are posed to climate scientists when communicating with the public. Professor Stocker is at the laboratory for Climate and Environmental Physics, University of Berne, Switzerland. Thomas Stocker 11 May 2012
155 Creative Commons Why is climate change so difficult to understand? The second lecture of a series entitled 'Climate Connections' was presented by Carl Wunsch, Cecil and Ida Green Professor of Physical Oceanography at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Carl Wunsch 04 May 2012
156 Creative Commons The public and private ethics of climate change This first lecture of a series entitled 'Climate Connections' is presented by John Broome, White's Professor of Moral Philosophy and Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Oxford. John Broome 02 May 2012
157 Creative Commons Environmental Governance and Resilience: Resilience and social-ecological systems Professor Carl Folke Director, Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University, gives the final talk in the Environmental Governance and Resilience series. Carl Folke 17 Apr 2012
158 Creative Commons Environmental Governance and Resilience: Solutions for a Sustainable and Desirable Future Professor Robert Costanza, Director, Institute for Sustainable Solutions, Portland State University, gives a talk for the Environmental Governance and Resilience series. Robert Costanza 17 Apr 2012
159 Creative Commons Environmental Governance and Resilience: Governance, genomes, Gaia Professor Gísli Pálsson, Dept of Anthropology, University of Iceland, gives a talk for the Environmental Governance and Resilience series. Gísli Pálsson 17 Apr 2012
160 Creative Commons Environmental Governance and Resilience: Enframing and poiesis in environmental management Professor Andy Pickering, University of Exeter, gives a talk for the Environmental Governance and Resilience series. Andy Pickering 17 Apr 2012
161 Creative Commons Environmental Governance and Resilience: Planning for ecological resilience on landscapes: the importance of the past to plan for the future Professor Kathy Willis, Director, Biodiversity Institute gives a talk for the Environmental Governance and Resilience series. Kathy Willis 17 Apr 2012
162 Environmental Governance and Resilience: Social-ecological resilience: A framework for stewardship in an uncertain and rapidly changing world Professor Stuart Chapin Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks gives the first lecture in the Environmental Governance and Resilience series. Stuart Chapin 17 Apr 2012
163 Creative Commons Uncertainty, risk and decision making: A view from the Environmental Social Sciences Professor Nick Pidgeon gives a talk for the Uncertainty, Risk and Decision Making seminar series. Nick Pidgeon 05 Apr 2012
164 Creative Commons Dealing with uncertainties in UK energy policy: Some lessons from experience Jim Watson (Director, Sussex Energy Group) delivers a lecture as part of the 2012 Green Templeton College "Uncertainty..." lecture series. Jim Watson 02 Mar 2012
165 Creative Commons RSC Public Seminars 2012: Migration as an Environmental Policy: pitfalls, opportunities and rhetorics RSC Public Seminar series of Hilary Term 2012. Francois Gemenne 24 Feb 2012
166 Creative Commons The Ethics of Climate Change Professor John Broome discusses the moral and ethical issues that coincide with the whole topic of climate change and challenges us as to how we should be acting. John Broome 14 Oct 2011
167 Geoengineering: Fantasy or Feasible Future? Richard Darton gives a talk for the 2011 Oxford Alumni Weekend on the developments in the science of Geoengineering and looks at how close we are to be able to do it. Richard Darton 03 Oct 2011
168 Geoengineering: Fantasy or Feasible Future? Richard Darton gives a talk for the 2011 Oxford Alumni Weekend on the developments in the science of Geoengineering and looks at how close we are to be able to do it. Richard Darton 03 Oct 2011
169 Creative Commons Energy in the Future: Brenda Boardman Part 3 of 3. Some of Oxford's leading experts discuss the issue of energy in the future, one of the greatest challenges facing the world as we move through the 21st century. Brenda Boardman 30 Sep 2011
170 Creative Commons Energy in the Future: Nick Eyre Part 2 of 3. Some of Oxford's leading experts discuss the issue of energy in the future, one of the greatest challenges facing the world as we move through the 21st century. Nick Eyre 30 Sep 2011
171 Creative Commons Energy in the Future: James Marrow Part 1 of 3. Some of Oxford's leading experts discuss the issue of energy in the future, one of the greatest challenges facing the world as we move through the 21st century. James Marrow 30 Sep 2011
172 Creative Commons Climate and Weather: The Ends of Acts of God? Professor Myles Allen explains how research at Oxford allows us to quantify just how much climate change caused by past emissions is costing individuals, corporations and potentially entire countries. Myles Allen 28 Sep 2011
173 Creative Commons Rethinking Geoengineering and the Meaning of the Climate Crisis Professor Clive Hamilton delivers a critique of the consequentialist approach to the ethics of geoengineering, the approach that deploys assessment of costs and benefits in a risk framework to justify climatic intervention. Clive Hamilton 02 Aug 2011
174 Creative Commons Creativity Lecture 4: Two Sides of the Creativity Coin - Innovation and Lock-in Professor Steve Rayner (University of Oxford) presents creative and innovative potential solutions to the energy crisis and problems caused by climate change. Steve Rayner 07 Jul 2011
175 Oxford at Said Seminar: Energy In this seminar three Oxford academics explore the role of energy demand in a low carbon future, fusion and solar energy. Nick Eyre, Steven Cowley, Henry Snaith 04 Jul 2011
176 Tulum 2030: Adaptation to Climate Change Arnoldo Matus Kramer gives a presentation on the rationale behind the use of socioeconomic scenarios using the year 2030 to identify climate change adaptation options, barriers and priorities for the tourism community of Tulum in the Mexican Caribbean. Arnoldo Matus Kramer 02 Jun 2011
177 Climate change and cultural transitions over the last 160,000 years in NW Africa Angela Vaughan, School of Archaeology, Oxford, talks at the 1st Oxford Interdisciplinary Desert Conference hosted by the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 15-16 April 2010. Angela Vaughan 24 Feb 2011
178 Creative Commons Riding the Perfect Storm: World on the Edge, When will the Big Bubble Burst Lester Brown, President of the Earth Policy Institute in Washington DC, gives a lecture for the Linacre Lecture Series; Riding the Perfect Storm. Lester Brown 08 Feb 2011
179 The Future of Humanity From the 2010 Alumni Weekend. Nick Bostrom, director of the Future of Humanity Institute gives a talk on ideas surrounding future scenarios on what might happen to the human race in the future, from ideas of total extinction to post-humanity. Nick Bostrom 25 Oct 2010
180 Creative Commons Social Entrepreneurship: Integrating Leadership and Technology for Social Change Pamela Hartigan, Director of the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship and Mirjana Radovic, Professor of Business Management and Entrepreneurship talk about Social Entrepreneurship at the International Women's Leadership Symposium. Pamela Hartigan, Mirjana Radovic 01 Sep 2010
181 Creative Commons Leading Transformation:Women at the Cutting Edge of Research and Practice Plenary session on Leading Transformation: Women at the Cutting Edge of Research and Practice from the International Women's Leadership Symposium. Catherine Mitchell, Ana Brito e Melo, Olive Heffernan, Monika Wehrle-MacDevette 31 Aug 2010
182 Creative Commons Welcome to the International Women's Leadership Symposium Cynthia Chang, Preseident of Females in Engineering, Science and Technology introduces the International Women's Leadership Symposium. Cynthia Chang 31 Aug 2010
183 Oceans research: News from the "Big Blue" This Oxford at Said seminar was dedicated to the subject of oceans. Three researchers from the University of Oxford cover the topics oceans and the impact of climate change, understanding ocean ecology and how to generate energy from the tides. Ros Rickaby, Martin Speight, Guy Houlsby 08 Jun 2010
184 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. Jeremy Leggett 14 Apr 2010
185 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? Neil Bowerman 14 Apr 2010
186 After Copenhagen: Change Politics, not the Climate Pam Giddy, director of Power 2010, gives a talk for the 2010 Oxford Climate Forum. Pam Giddy 14 Apr 2010
187 Creative Commons 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. Anthony Giddens 14 Apr 2010
188 Creative Commons Introduction to the 4 Degrees and Beyond Conference Mark New, Reader in Climate Science at the School of Geography and the Environment, introduces the 4 Degrees and Beyond conference, its main themes and why it was important. Mark New 14 Apr 2010
189 Creative Commons Governing Climate Change After Copenhagen Ngaire Woods chairs a panel discussion looking into the political, economic and environmental consequences of the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference last year. Ngaire Woods, Sir David King, Cameron Hepburn 12 Apr 2010
190 Creative Commons 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. Fiona Fox, Richard Black, David Adam, Fiona Harvey 08 Apr 2010
191 Creative Commons The UKCIP user interface Tom Wilson gives an introduction to the UK Climate Impacts Program user interface, where individuals are able to create climate future projections for different areas of the UK. He also demonstrates how the user interface works. Tom Wilson 08 Apr 2010
192 Creative Commons UKCP 09 - UK Climate Projections 2009 Richard Lamb gives an introduction to the history of climate projections in the UK, he also describes the different levels of information available to organisations and individuals through UKCP 09. Richard Lamb 08 Apr 2010
193 Creative Commons Local Authorities Laurie Newton talks about the need for local authorities to adapt to climate change and some of the resources which are available to help Local Authorities understand adaptation. Laurie Newton 08 Apr 2010
194 Creative Commons Business Kay Johnstone talks about why climate change is an issue as much for businesses as it is for governments and also some of the ways in which businesses can adapt to climate change. Kay Johnstone 08 Apr 2010
195 Creative Commons How can you adapt? Some climate change is inevitable, Megan Gawith talks about the need for organisations and individuals to adapt to climate change. Megan Gawith 08 Apr 2010
196 Creative Commons Climate Science Alastair Brown explains what climate science is, what the difference between weather and climate, how the scientists model the climate and what range of factors are considered in modelling climate. Alastair Brown 08 Apr 2010
197 Creative Commons Introduction to the UK Climate Impacts Program Chris West, Director of the UK Climate Impacts Program, gives an introduction to UKCIP, its history and the reason why it stresses the importance of climate change adaptation, rather than climate change mitigation. Chris West 08 Apr 2010
198 Creative Commons Copenhagen COP 15: What happened and What next? An ECI organised panel discussion following the Copenhagen international climate negotiations in December 2009 to review what happened at the negotiations and what happens next. Diana Liverman, Yadvinder Malhi, Mark Lynas, James Painter 20 Jan 2010
199 Creative Commons American-Sino Relations: Cooperation First part of the three part series on US - China relations, Rosemary Foot talks about the need for cooperation, especially within the current financial recession, global warming and nuclear non-proliferation. Rosemary Foot 07 Jan 2010
200 Creative Commons American-Sino Relations: Review In the third and final part of this series, Rosemary Foot reviews and critiques the four factors outlined in the previous episode which could hinder good relations between the two nations. Rosemary Foot 07 Jan 2010