1. International Environmental Cooperation in the 21st Century

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    Scott Barrett discusses how the scale of today's most difficult problems (e.g. fisheries, pathogens, climate change) is out of sync with the scale of institutions.

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    • Karl Miller on US Energy Policy

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      Interview excerpt with Karl W. Miller of NEAH Energy on present day U.S. Energy Policy

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      • Concluding remarks and thanks

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        Peter Crane closes for the Darwin Symposium.

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        • Session Five - Concluding comments on the day: Advocacy and Policy

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          Rodger Schlickeisen talks about Defenders of Wildlife's mission and the steps it is taking to advocate for biodiversity to the new Obama administration.

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          • Session Five - Questions/Discussion

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            Concluding Session - Questions/Discussion

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            • Ten Million Places at the Table: Translating Biodiversity Issues from Science to Policy

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              James Collins discusses the complexities behind biodiversity policy.

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              • The Daily Planet -- An Exploration of how, on a Fast-changing Earth, the Shrinking Media can Continue to Cover Environmental Cha

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                Andrew Revkin illustrates how the today's media acts as a tool that links and divides us. He questions media's role in addressing environmental changes, and discusses where it needs to go in the future.

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                • Introductory Remarks by the Session Chair

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                  Thomas Lovejoy opens for Session Five - Biodiversity: International institutions, science and policy

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                  • Session Four - Questions/Discussion

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                    Session Four - Questions/Discussion

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                    • Agriculture and Agricultural Landscapes in the 21st Century

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                      Rodney Brown talks about the three different types of agricultural landscapes, complexities behind agriculture, and the requirements needed for increased agricultural production throughout the world.

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