1. Student Final Presentations, Iceland (Part 1-2)

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    This lecture video was recorded in Iceland as a part of the Gund Institute Ateliers program titled "Measuring Genuine Economic Progress: a Travel-Study to Iceland". Spring 2010 Following the global financial system collapse of 2008-09, the world's nations are looking for new measures of genuine economic progress that capture the full range of economic, social, and environmental benefits and costs of economic growth. The nation of Iceland was one of the countries hit the hardest by the global recession, but they are also perhaps best prepared to reorient their macroeconomic indicators and policy around a new era of sustainable development. This problem-based course will investigate the history and evolution of macroeconomic indicators, and design and calculate the first genuine progress indicator for Iceland. The course will have a particular focus on energy systems design and greenhouse gas emissions as Iceland tries to become the first net carbon neutral economy in the world. Currently over 70% of Iceland's primary energy comes from hydroelectric and geothermal, however this is posing its own challenges in the next phase of economic development. Meets online during Spring 2010 semester, followed by a travel-study portion of the atelier in Iceland from May 15-29, 2010. Taught jointly with the University of Iceland. For more information, contact Professor Jon Erickson at jon.erickson@uvm.edu.

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    • Josephine County Commissioner Candidate Forum (26 Sep 2012)

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      Hosted by the Josephine County Chapter of the John Birch Society, and video-recorded for sustainable sovereignty in northern Jefferson.

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      • Season 4: Episode 8 - Part 1 (Sept 8, 2011)

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        www.citizensreviewtv.com Show Title: Natural Resources Erin Ferguson, Host & Executive Producer Citizens’ Review to the People: Email: CitizensReviewTV@gmail.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/groups/297401559511/ Dangerous Information Dissemination Letters to the Review (2): Immigration Fan Rebuttal of Rude and Disrespectful Claims Kerzner –Atlantis 2.6B Debt Called in on Friday, September 9th, 2011 Zhivargo Laing, Minister of Finance Natural Resources: Aragonite: Dillingham Company (Hawaiian) – 1970 Dredges 15B worth of Aragonite from Ocean Cay Source of Calcium Carbonate, used in Pharmaceuticals, Plastics, Water Treatment, Etc. “White Gold” Lime Stone: Freeport Aggregate: Brent Symonette? Bahama Rock: Martin Marietta – 1B in Annual Profit Oil: Bahamas Petroleum Company, Drilling in South Andros “Black Gold” Salt: Salt Flats – Morton’s in Inagua Oolitic Aragonite Deposits in the Bahamas Aquaculture Liquefied Natural Gas Salt Water Flats –Fly Fishing Autec – Tongue of the Ocean, Submarine Testing, 12B World’s Most Intricate Underwater Cave System, Fresh Water Lens –Damaged/Destroyed by Bahama Rock 700 Acre Grape Fruit Farm, Andros Clean Energy Citizens’ Arrest: “Don’t Know” Politicians, “Don’t Want to Know” Bahamians

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        • Our Environment, Ecology, Marine Biology and Natural Resources

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          Earth and Environment Sciences Open Day 2010 The University of Adelaide

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          • Bottomland Ecosystem Restoration

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            This webinar primarily targeted natural resource managers from federal and state agencies, NGOs, decision-makers, and aquatic ecosystem stakeholders. An expert panel of practitioners linked scientific expertise to specific restoration issues in an effort to direct participants toward practical management solutions. Observations were offered based on aquatic ecosystem case studies exemplifying both successes and failures encountered when applying ecosystem restoration techniques to real world management scenarios in large river bottomland ecosystems. Presented information revealed principles and practices directly applicable to adaptive management of natural systems. Moderator Patrick S. McGinnis Water Resource Team Leader, The Horinko Group Panel Members Charles Deutsch Supervisory Wildlife Biologist, Rivers Project, US Army Corps of Engineers Dr. Lyle Guyon Terrestrial Ecologist, National Great Rivers Research and Education Center

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            • What if... Women Played Key Roles in Resource Development - Introductions

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              In the next decade, more than 500 projects in oil, gas, forestry and mining will affect many Aboriginal communities across Canada. There are already debates taking place on issues like: the role of Aboriginal communities in these developments; the sharing of the wealth generated; the environment; foreign investment; transportation of output and more. However, there is very little discussion on ‘how or if’ Aboriginal women are to play key professional and business roles in natural resources management and development. The Idea Connector Network and its research partner, the Proteus Canada Institute, produced, on Tuesday, March 26, 2013, an online “Dialogue” session wherein a panel of women, Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal thought leaders, explored issues in imagining new realities and innovative opportunities for women to play key roles in natural resource development. The event was delivered using online webinar technology as part of the ICN Building the Future research series, an exercise wherein discussions among panellists and participants lead to developing a shared "vision" of what new realities or different opportunities in the period 2018 – 2025 could be brought to Aboriginal women. The session led to a number of tangible and intangible outcomes, thanks to a systematic process of reasoning about the future, helping imagine and understand what future role Aboriginal women could play in the development of natural resources and what actions taken today could bring about the type of results wanted or avoid certain unwanted outcomes. These discussions are now available as a source for decision-making and strategy building by organizations, corporations and individuals.

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              • Kanakuk Ministries

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                Children are our nations greatest natural resource. Kanakuk Ministries reaches out to tens of thousands of children every year to give them a place to go where they can be built up and nurtured into leaders as they grow into men. www.kanakuk.com

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                • Environmental Fund Projects Completed on San Diego Bay by Port of San Diego

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                  June 2011 marks the 5-year anniversary of the establishment of the Port of San Diego's environmental fund. Since the fund was established in 2006, the Board of Port Commissioners has approved 62 projects, 42 of which have been completed, and committed $7.3 million to projects aimed at improving the condition of San Diego Bay and surrounding port tidelands. Learn more: http://j.mp/kDgXvu

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                  • Birds, Bugs, Plants, and Snails, A biography of Sheila Conant

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                    Dr. Sheila Conant spent her childhood immersed in the wonders of the natural world, both in Hawaiʻi and California. Her curiosity about the botanical world and the animal species that inhabit it continued into her adult life as she pursued a career in zoology, at a time when women were a small minority in the field. Her passionate research into the life histories, ecology and conservation of native birds in Hawaiʻi nei and her years of teaching at the university level has positively influenced a new generation of conservationists. Sheila shares her story with passion, conviction and a well rounded sense of humor.

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                    • Choose a Rangeland Career

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                      Rangeland Management Specialists from across the U.S. share their unique experiences out on the range and extend an invitation to join them in preserving and restoring rangeland.

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