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201 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
202 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
203 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
204 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
205 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
206 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
207 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
208 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
209 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
210 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
211 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
212 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
213 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
214 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
215 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
216 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
217 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
218 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
219 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
220 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
221 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
222 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
223 Greenhouse gas contributions and mitigation potential of agriculture Third presentation of session 10 (Avoiding large climate change 2) from the 4 Degrees international climate conference: Greenhouse gas contributions and mitigation potential of agriculture: creating incentives within the existing carbon trading agreements Hari Dulal 27 Nov 2009
224 Creative Commons What will it take to avoid 2, 3 and 4+ degrees? Second presentation of session 9 (Avoiding large climate changes 1) of the 4 Degrees international climate conference: What will it take to avoid 2, 3 and 4+ degrees? The importance of cumulative emissions. Myles Allen 27 Nov 2009
225 Avoiding a 4+ degree world: A challenge for democracy Second presentation of session 10 of the 4 Degrees international climate conference. Bertrand Guillaume 27 Nov 2009
226 Global emission pathways Keynote address from session 10 of the 4 Degrees international climate conference: Global emission pathways: balancing Annex 1 mitigation with non-Annex 1 development. Kevin Anderson 27 Nov 2009
227 The role of international transportation sectors in climate stabilization Fourth presentation of session 9 of the 4 Degrees international climate conference. Holly Preston 27 Nov 2009
228 Beyond 4 degrees: should we reconsider our options? Third presentation of session 9 of the 4 Degrees international climate conference. Rob Swart 27 Nov 2009
229 The implications of a 4 degrees plus warming for adaptation strategies in the UK Fourth session of session 8 (Adaptation) of the 4 Degrees international climate conference: The implications of a 4 degrees plus warming for adaptation strategies in the UK: Time to Change? Lisa Horrocks 25 Nov 2009
230 Nature Conservation in a 4 degrees plus world - a luxury or a necessity? Third presentation of session 8 (Adaptation) of the 4 Degrees international climate conference. Michael Morecroft 25 Nov 2009
231 How adaptation decision-making is affected by the potential for 4 degrees and beyond Second presentation of session 8 (Adaptation) of the 4 Degrees international climate conference. Mark Stafford-Smith 25 Nov 2009
232 One two three more: challenges to describing a warmer world First presentation of session 8 (Adaptation) of the 4 Degrees international climate conference. Leonard Smith 25 Nov 2009
233 Social Vulnerability and adaptation possibilities for Vietnam in a 4 degrees plus world Fourth presentation of session 6 (Vulnerable people and places 2) of the 4 Degrees international climate conference. Pamela McElwee 25 Nov 2009
234 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. Francois Gemenne 25 Nov 2009
235 Estimating human population health impacts in a 4 degree world Second presentation of session 6 (Vulnerable people and places 2) of the 4 Degrees international climate conference. Simon Hales 25 Nov 2009
236 Wildfire in a 4 degrees plus world First presentation of session six (Vulnerable people and places 2) of the 4 Degrees international climate conference. David Karoly 25 Nov 2009
237 The impacts of sea-level rise on coastal nations with and without mitigation Fifth presentation of the fifth session (Vulnerable people and places 1): The impacts of sea-level rise on coastal nations with and without mitigation. An application of the DIVA and IMAGE models. Jochen Hinkel 25 Nov 2009
238 Impacts of sea-level rise at 4 degrees and above Fourth presentation of session five (Vulnerable people and places 1) of the 4 Degrees international climate conference. Robert Nicholls 25 Nov 2009
239 Visualising sea-level rise projections for IPCC SRES simulations at 4 degrees or above Third presentation of the fifth session (Vulnerable people and places 1) of the 4 Degrees international climate conference. Diogo de Gusmao 25 Nov 2009
240 Sea-level rise in a 4 degree world Second presentation of the fifth session (Vulnerable people and places 1) of the 4 Degrees international climate conference. Stefan Rahmstorf 25 Nov 2009
241 Sea-level rise and impacts in a 4 degree plus world Keynote address for the fifth session (Vulnerable people and places 1) of the 4 degrees international climate conference. Pier Vellinga 25 Nov 2009
242 Projections of regional impacts of a 4 degrees global warming of Northeast Brazil Fourth presentation of the fourth session (Ecosystems and ecosystem services) of the 4 Degrees international climate conference. Jose Marengo 25 Nov 2009
243 Changing climate, land use and fire in Amazonia under high warming scenarios Second presentation from the fourth session (Ecosystems and ecosystem services) of the 4 Degrees international climate conference. Wolfgang Cramer 25 Nov 2009
244 Tropical forests in a 4º+ world Keynote address from the fourth session (Ecosystems and ecosystem service) of the 4 Degrees international climate conference. Yadvinder Malhi 25 Nov 2009
245 Limits to adaptation: implications of global temperature changes beyond 4º Fourth presentation of session 3 (Agriculture, food and water security 2) of the 4 Degrees international climate conference. Anders Levermann 25 Nov 2009
246 Risk posed to global water availability by a 4 degrees climate change Second presentation of the third session (Agriculture, food and water security 2) of the 4 Degrees international climate conference. Fai Fung 25 Nov 2009
247 Crop Yield and Adaptation under climate change: implications of warming First presentation of Session 3 (Agriculture, Food and Water Security 2) of the 4 Degrees International Climate Conference. Andrew Challinor 25 Nov 2009
248 4 plus degrees: a drastic reduction in the renewable energy potential of sugarcane Fourth presentation of session 2 (Agriculture, Food and Water Security) of the 4degrees International Climate Conference. Rasack Nayamuth 05 Nov 2009
249 What would happen to barley production in Finland if the global temperature increases above 4 degrees? Third presentation of session 2 (Agriculture, Food and Water Security) of the 4degrees International Climate Conference. Reimund Rotter 05 Nov 2009
250 Adapting African food systems to a 4 degree world Second presentation of session 2 (Agriculture, Food and Water Security) of the 4degrees International Climate Conference. Polly Ericksen 05 Nov 2009
251 4 degrees plus: what might this mean for agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa? Second keynote address from session 2 (Agriculture, Food and Water Security) of the 4degrees International Climate Conference. Philip Thornton 05 Nov 2009
252 Beyond 4 degrees: impacts across the global scale Third presentation from session 1 of the 4degrees International Climate Conference. Nigel Arnell 05 Nov 2009
253 Creative Commons 4 degrees of global warming: regional patterns and timing Second presentation from session 1 of the 4degrees International Climate Conference. Richard Betts 05 Nov 2009
254 Terra quasi-incognita: beyond the 2 degree line First keynote address from the 4degrees International Climate Conference. John Schellnhuber 05 Nov 2009
255 The Tipping Point: Climate Change Professor Gideon Henderson and Dr Ros Rickaby from the Department of Earth Sciences talk about some of the key issues surrounding climate change today. Gideon Henderson, Ros Rickaby 26 Aug 2009
256 The Tipping Point: Climate Change Professor Gideon Henderson and Dr Ros Rickaby from the Department of Earth Sciences talk about some of the key issues surrounding climate change today. Gideon Henderson, Ros Rickaby 26 Aug 2009
257 UK Climate Projections: Questions and Answers Part six. Q and A session following the launch of the 2009 UK Climate Projections in Oxford. Chris West, Roger Street, Richard Lamb 11 Aug 2009
258 UK Climate Projections: Where do we go from here Part five. UKCIP science officer Anna Steynor speaking at the launch of the 2009 UK Climate Projections in Oxford. Anna Steynor 11 Aug 2009
259 UK Climate Projections: Projections in Practice and eLearning Part four. UKCIP senior training officer Richard Lamb speaking at the launch of the 2009 UK Climate Projections in Oxford. Richard Lamb 11 Aug 2009
260 UK Climate Projections: User Interface Part three. UKCIP training officer Peter Walton and science officer Anna Steynor speaking at the launch of the 2009 UK Climate Projections in Oxford. Peter Walton, Anna Steynor 11 Aug 2009
261 UK Climate Projections: How to use the Projections Part two. UKCIP technical director Roger Street speaking at the launch of the 2009 UK Climate Projections in Oxford. Roger Street 11 Aug 2009
262 UK Climate Projections: Launch Part one. UKCIP director Dr. Chris West speaking at the launch of the 2009 UK Climate Projections in Oxford. Chris West 11 Aug 2009
263 We're the people we've been waiting for Lord Puttnam discusses how education and learning will develop over the next decade and beyond, given the pace of change driven by digital technologies. He reflects on the impact of the recession and climate change on how we equip learners for the future. David Puttnam 12 Jun 2009
264 We're the people we've been waiting for Lord Puttnam discusses how education and learning will develop over the next decade and beyond, given the pace of change driven by digital technologies. He reflects on the impact of the recession and climate change on how we equip learners for the future. David Puttnam 12 Jun 2009
265 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. Thomas Homer-Dixon, Nick Bostrom 01 Jun 2009
266 Interview with Andrew Goudie, Master of St Cross College Author of more than 30 books on global warming, Andrew Goudie charts the way forward in present crisis and explains how university research and advice can contribute to solving the problems that face our planet. Andrew Goudie 28 May 2009
267 Blueprint for a Safer Planet Professor Lord Nicholas Stern, a world renowned economist and leading authority on climate change, came to the 21st Century School on Thursday 7 May to give a lecture about his "Blueprint for a Safer Planet". Nicholas Stern 08 May 2009
268 Introduction to the Environmental Change Institute Introduction to research groups and activities at the Environmental Change Institute. Diana Liverman 16 Sep 2008
269 Voluntary Carbon Offsets Introduction to doctoral research project by student Adam Bumpus at the Environmental Change Institute. Adam Bumpus 29 Jul 2008
270 UK Climate Impacts Programme Introduction to the UK Climate Impacts programme at the Environmental Change Institute. Chris West 29 Jul 2008
271 Ecosystem Dynamics and Tropical Forestry Short introduction to research by the Ecosystem Dynamics Group at the Environmental Change Institute. Joshua Fisher 29 Jul 2008
272 Climate Adaptation Research A short interview with Professor Diana Liverman about her research and work on climate adaptation. Diana Liverman 29 Jul 2008
273 Target Earth: The Grand Scale Problems of the 21st Century At the start of the 21st century, humankind finds itself on a non-sustainable course - a course that, unless it is changed, will lead to catastrophes of awesome consequences. James Martin 10 Jun 2008
274 Greening the full lifecycle - going the extra mile. Greening the full lifecycle - going the extra mile. Jürgen Heidegger 28 Apr 2008
275 Why Oxford University must respond to the challenge. Why Oxford University must respond to the challenge. Daniel Curtis, Nick Eyre 28 Apr 2008
276 Welcome to the Towards Low Carbon ICT conference at Oxford Welcome to the Towards Low Carbon ICT conference at Oxford. Paul Jeffreys 28 Apr 2008
277 Economics of Climate Change Professor Sir Nicholas Stern, HM Treasury: The economics of climate change Introduced by: Dr John Hood, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford. Chaired by: Dr Ian Goldin, Director of the James Martin 21st Century School. Nicholas Stern 14 Apr 2008