International Environment & Resource Policy

Recent Lectures & Events

Scaling Alternative Energy: The Role of Emerging Markets
A full-day conference with leading manufacturers and investors in alternative energy products and technologies, as well as practitioners and policy-makers from enterprises and governments in the emerging markets (e.g. Brazil, China, India and South Africa). Topics include climate change concerns and the energy needs they believe are necessary to improve living standards. (April 2008)

Rising Tide: Development and Climate Change — Where is the Justice?
Adil Najam, Sivan Kartha and Tariq Banuri: All three speakers are authors of chapters of Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reports. (November 2007)

Living Deliberately to Reduce Climate Impacts at Home
Professor Moomaw discusses his energy-neutral home. (March 2008)

Environmental Subsidiarity
Rober Moir from the Ocean Rivers Institute will discuss the theory behind subsidiarity - control of natural resources by local groups, with support from higher authorities. (September 2007)

A Blueprint for Green Energy in the Americas
David Rothkopf amassed the most extensive survey of the ethanol and biodiesel markets available today. (October 2007)

Energy Transitions Past and Future
Professor Cutler Cleveland from BU talks about his research on energy and environment. (October 2007)

For more events, please visit the Center for International Environment and Resource Policy website.

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