1. AEA FILM 2012

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    This video features AEA's members and it's Executive Committee through a Hunger Games inspired video.

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    • Failure is an Option? How do we Adapt?

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      As part of our research for Seven Revolutions (7revs.org), a project to identify and analyze the most important trends shaping our world out to the year 2030, we recently asked Ian Bremmer (President, Eurasia Group) about his new book, Every Nation For Itself: Winners and Losers in a G-Zero World.

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      • How Do You Sell Foreign Engagement to the American People?

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        As part of our research for Seven Revolutions (7revs.org), a project to identify and analyze the most important trends shaping our world out to the year 2030, we recently asked Ian Bremmer (President, Eurasia Group) about his new book, Every Nation For Itself: Winners and Losers in a G-Zero World.

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        • The Trans-Pacific Partnership and Future of Trade?

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          As part of our research for Seven Revolutions (7revs.org), a project to identify and analyze the most important trends shaping our world out to the year 2030, we recently asked Ian Bremmer (President, Eurasia Group) about his new book, Every Nation For Itself: Winners and Losers in a G-Zero World.

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          • What Does Inequality Mean for a G-Zero World?

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            As part of our research for Seven Revolutions (7revs.org), a project to identify and analyze the most important trends shaping our world out to the year 2030, we recently asked Ian Bremmer (President, Eurasia Group) about his new book, Every Nation For Itself: Winners and Losers in a G-Zero World.

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            • Ecotourism Leads to Conservation in the Canals of Tortugeuro

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              One of the topics in the Poverty and Economic Development class on the Short Term 2012 voyage has been ecotourism as a way for a country to both boost its economic outlook and improve internally. For their field lab, students went to see an example of effective ecotourism: Tortugero National Park in Limon, Costa Rica. Watch as College of Charleston student Alexis Scott takes us through the park and teaches us how ecotourism has helped Costa Rica.

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              • Ezora I Brighter Decisions, Better Results

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                Art Direction/Creative Direction: Tan Desai (while employed at Optimizer HQ) Animation: Josh Ruha (while employed at Optimizer HQ) Client: Ezora.com

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                • Is the Climate Agenda Dead?

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                  As part of our research for Seven Revolutions (7revs.org), a project to identify and analyze the most important trends shaping our world out to the year 2030, we recently asked Ian Bremmer (President, Eurasia Group) about his new book, Every Nation For Itself: Winners and Losers in a G-Zero World.

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                  • What is a G-Zero World?

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                    As part of our research for Seven Revolutions (7revs.org), a project to identify and analyze the most important trends shaping our world out to the year 2030, we recently asked Ian Bremmer (President, Eurasia Group) about his new book, Every Nation For Itself: Winners and Losers in a G-Zero World.

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                    • Ben: Flying Economics

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                      Pilots and Flight Attendents used to be well-paid. But not anymore. Ben Watsky, young pilot, outlines the economic difficulties that are inherent in the job. The training costs are equal to a doctor's, but the pay is far below. Original music by Christopher North (http://christophernorth.com) Fortnight Journal: Edition IV For more on Ben and his work, visit Fortnight Journal at http://fortnightjournal.com/. © Fortnight Journal, Project of the Fourteen Foundation 2012

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