1. Political Consultant Republican Party - Foreign Policy Emotional Intelligence 2of2


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    Political Consultant Republican Party - Foreign Policy Emotional Intelligence http://www.PaulFDavis.com has touched 70 countries w life-changing messages (info@PaulFDavis.com) www.Facebook.com/speakers4inspiration www.Twitter.com/PaulFDavis www.Linkedin.com/in/worldproperties political consultant - republican party - foreign policy - emotional intelligence

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    • The War in Iraq Part 2


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      Part two in my two part series on the war in Iraq and Canada.

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      • The war in Iraq Part 1


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        This is a start assessment on Canada and the war in Iraq. I am sick of mucking around in all the OSI bullshit for now. This is more along the lines of what I actually got paid to do.

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        • Part 1/5 - 2013 March 28 - Citizen Comment & Approval of Minutes - Governmental Operations - Richmond, Virginia


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          Meeting run time: 5:04 PM - 6:53 PM. Silver Persinger spoke to the committee and recommended the adoption of a resolution that would prohibit members of Council's staff and the Clerk's Office from seeking employment with the administration (Mayor's Office) for a period of two years after working for the Council or Clerk's Office. The minutes from the previous month's meeting were adopted unanimously. Committee Meeting Agenda, http://eservices.ci.richmond.va.us/applications/clerkstracking/getPDFStandingComm.asp?NO=754&TYPE=A

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          • Ants in my Pants


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            I woke up this morning… (The start of every good blues song). I woke up this mooring, with ants in my pants. So, we made this video.

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            • Changing minds about cars: Modeling the adoption of innovations in transportation


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              Dr. Schröder presents an agent-based model of the likely future adoption of electric vehicles by consumers in the city of Berlin, Germany. The model is based on psychological theory about the role of emotion in decision-making, on social psychological theory about persuasion and on sociological knowledge about the flows of information in social networks. Model parameters are based on empirical data from focus groups and a representative survey of the population of Berlin. Scenarios are presented about the likely future adoption of electric vehicles based on the simulation of various proposed policy measures. The potential of psychologically plausible social simulation tools to inform the decisions of political leaders and business managers is discussed.

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              • Red Rocks: Open Access


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                The story of Madaleine Sorkin's 50 foot fall from the Resolution Arete in Red Rocks after her rappel anchor failed. Learn how the Access Fund navigates complicated climbing management policies across different federal land management agencies to advocate for climbers' ability to place and replace fixed anchors. Open Access: Rumbling Bald @ https://vimeo.com/63336909 Open Access: Jailhouse @ https://vimeo.com/52560143

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                • ProjectPolicy


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                  ProjectPolicy explained in a minute. Unify, organize and visualize the world's government information onto one intuitive platform. Demo & more on http://projectpolicy.org Credits: Music "Abdication - No Drums" by www.RoyaltyFreeKings.com

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                  • CPI Webinar: The Challenge of Institutional Investment in Renewable Energy


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                    This webinar shares the results of CPI’s recent analysis, The Challenge of Institutional Investment in Renewable Energy, which can be found here: http://climatepolicyinitiative.org/publication/the-challenge-of-institutional-investment-in-renewable-energy/ Institutional investors, which together manage assets of over $70 trillion, often have investment objectives that are aligned with the investment profile of infrastructure. At first glance, access to this large pool of capital and the alignment of objectives should help lower the costs of financing renewable energy. In this study, CPI finds that while these investors could supply a significant share of the total required investment, various factors limit the extent to which they can invest in a way that could lower the cost of financing renewable energy. Furthermore, financial regulation of institutional investors, regulation of energy markets, and renewable energy policy, often create additional obstacles to renewable energy investment. Options for increasing institutional investor involvement include: removing energy and renewable energy policy barriers; improving investment practices at the institutional investors; modifying financial regulation and national pension policies; developing pooled investment vehicles for renewable energy projects; and, strengthening the role of potential corporate investors in renewable energy.

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