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Michael Dworkin, Professor of Law and Founder of the Institute for Energy and the Environment at Vermont Law School, talks about global energy justice. Filmed at the 2016 Duke University Energy Conference at the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University in Durham, NC. For more about the conference, visit: http://energyweekatduke.org/conference/
Welcome to Atop the Fourth Wall, where bad comics burn. In this episode, Linkara looks at a PSA comic where the Justice League lectures us! http://atopthefourthwall.com Originally uploaded February 2nd, 2015. ORIGINAL INFO: See all the thrills and excitement of people standing around lecturing you! RUMINATIONS: This episode resulted in a bit of debate about Women in Refrigerators in the comments section. I maintain that it is still a thing, although it HAS decreased in recent years. It used to be A LOT worse, although the solution tends to be "just keep killing people regardless of gender," which IS one approach to equality, but it also feels like laziness in a different direction - that it's just really difficult to get characters motivated without murdering someone they love at all, ...
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Gordon Walker (University of Lancaster) "Climate justice, energy demand and the right to energy" Justice and Climate Transitions : Colloque international organisé par Jérémy Moss (UNSW, Sydney) et Larry Reynolds, résident à l'IEA de Paris (Programme Transition Énergétique) Dans les semaines précédant la grande réunion internationale autour de la convention cadre sur le changement climatique de l'ONU (COP 21, décembre 2015), l'Institut d'études avancées de Paris a accueilli un colloque interdisciplinaire international sur les transitions énergétiques et la justice. L'événement a réuni des chercheurs de pointe en philosophie, science politique et sociologie dans le but d'examiner les enjeux éthiques, sociaux et politiques de la transition vers une société faiblement productrice de CO2. Les...
Shalanda Baker and Rachel James discuss the Energy Justice programs at the UH Richardson School of Law. ThinkTechHawaii.com streams live on the Internet from 12:00 noon to 5:00 pm every weekday afternoon, Hawaii Time, then streaming earlier shows through the night. Check us out any time for great content and great community. Our vision is to be a leader in shaping a more vital and thriving Hawaii as the foundation for future generations. Our mission is to be the leading digital media platform raising pubic awareness and promoting civic engagement in Hawaii.
**QUEST NERFED, NOW ONLY GIVES 100 POINTS. RUN WITH 2 PEOPLE ON SEPARATE CHANNELS. RIGHT BEFORE EVENT IS OVER, GO TO SAME CHANNEL, TURN-IN AND DO THE SAME FOR 2ND CHANNEL. ** It takes about 24 minutes to do this event, so it is pretty effecient. Some stats can pull up to 30 million gold...THATS NUTS! Energy of Justice is a form of Runes of Magic currency which you can use to trade at a EoJ vendor for stats / gear. This guide teaches you how to use this new currency to stat your gear, and/or obtain stats to sell and get gold. Which gear pulls what stats (sarlo zone) - http://goo.gl/YkFCQH Which gear pulls what stats (syrbal pass) - http://goo.gl/F3f2wJ To open this quest : Nick Ferry : An urgent Message | Leo Chansen Leo Chansen : Deconding | Leo Chansen | Enemy Camp Rampage | Shu...
Energy justice has begun to find its way into the conversation concerning Hawaii’s energy transition, but what is energy justice? Moreover, why does it matter? The energy transition is not only a technological revolution but an unprecedented opportunity to shift the energy development paradigm to one that makes the state more resilient in the face of climate change, gives underrepresented communities a say over the environmental impacts of energy development, and provides lasting economic benefits to rate payers of all economic backgrounds. This VERGE Talk connects the dots and makes the case for why Hawaii’s energy stakeholders cannot afford to ignore the principles of energy justice.
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