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Tag Archives: Sustainability Science
At Resilience 2011, William Clark recommends the 2002 inaugural address of Michael Crow as President of Arizona State University (ASU) as a good example about how to think about what a university needs to be to embrace the challenge of … Continue reading
At Resilience 2011, William Clark in a good talk on the success and challenges of sustainability science mentioned that Robert Kates has created a Reader on Sustainability Science and Technology. The reader is publicly available on the Center for International … Continue reading
Sturle Hauge Simonsen from Stockholm Resilience Centre has told me that you can freely download Centre seminars and presentations from iTunes. Many shorter presentations are available on YouTube. Speakers in the iTunes talks includes a diverse group of well known … Continue reading
From Harvard’s Sustainability Science Program: The Sustainability Science Program at Harvard University’s Center for International Development invites applications for resident fellowships in sustainability science for the University’s academic year beginning in September 2011. The fellowship competition is open to advanced … Continue reading