1. Wireless 2010: Predictions for the year ahead - MobileMonday Toronto


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    Thoughts/Predictions of the wireless industry for 2010 •mobile devices •applications •storefronts •social media •market forces, government policy, capital markets, Canadian mobile industry, global environment with panelists: Michael Urlocker Director, Equity Research Technology Hardware Analyst GMP Securities L.P. Krista Napier Senior Analyst, Canadian Competitive Intelligence and Emerging Technology IDC Canada Ronald Gruia Principal Analyst, Telecom Frost & Sullivan Moderated by Jeff Mucci, Arden Operating Company, Managing Partner RCR Wireless, Publisher Telecomcareers, CEO

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    • DESIRE Meeting Almeria 2011 - Policy Panel Discussion


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      Panel discussion with 4 Spanish policy related people connected to Spanish environment and desertification related issues. The discussion was held during the 5th plenary meeting of the DESIRE project (www.desire-project.eu), on October 6th 2011. This 2-hour discussion was led by Dr. Karen Witsenburg, team member of BothENDS. The Spanish Panel consisted of: 1. Leopoldo Rojo (member of the UNCCD focal point for Spain) 2. Juan Puigdefabregas (retired professor in Desertification and degradation) 3. Miguel Angel Fernandez Carrillo (Works at the office for knowledge transfer and training of the regional ministry of agriculture in Murcia) 4. David Ucles-Aguilera (Works at the environmental part of an agricultural research station and is based in Almeria) (c) DESIRE project and Partners. production: Erik van den Elsen - ALTERRA, NL The audience consisted of DESIRE project partners.

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      • Update from Fukushima with Tetsunari Iida


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        OSEA and York University’s Sustainable Energy Initiative's recent webinar/live presentation with Tetsunari Iida, Director of Japan's Institute for Sustainable Energy Policy.

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        • Biochar Protocol Development webinar: Biochar Science, Feedstocks and Technology


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          As part of our effort to develop a greenhouse gas emission reduction offset quantification protocol for biochar projects, Biochar Protocol Develoment held a webinar with members of the biochar community June 15, 2010, titled Biochar Science, Feedstocks and Technology. For more information, visit www.biocharprotocol.org

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          • Public Problems, Private Money: Can Global Philanthropy Make the Right Kind of Difference in Today's World?


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            Georgetown University's Center for Public and Nonprofit Leadership (CPNL) presents the 2012 Waldemar A. Nielsen Issue Forum in Philanthropy: Public Problems, Private Money: Can Global Philanthropy Make the Right Kind of Difference in Today's World? This event was held on February 29th at Georgetown University in Washington, DC and was cosponsored with the Walsh School's Institute for the Study of Diplomacy. The speakers are experts in philanthropy, international development and human rights. Kavita Ramdas, CPNL's 2012 Waldemar A. Nielsen Fellow and Former President and CEO of the Global Fund for Women, provided opening remarks. Our distinguished panel also included Lisa Mensah, Executive Director of the Initiative on Financial Security at the Aspen Institute and Raymond C. Offenheiser, President of Oxfam America. Stanley Katz, Professor of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University and renowned specialist on philanthropy and nonprofit institutions, moderated this lively discussion.

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            • Social Assistance Review Webinar: Understanding the Options


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              Recorded on February 17, 2012 - The Commission for the Review of Social Assistance in Ontario released its second discussion paper on February 3, 2012 and is asking for feedback on a number of approaches it could take in reforming social assistance. The options could have far-reaching implications for people on low incomes. In this webinar, Jennefer Laidley of the Income Security Advocacy Centre (ISAC) will provide an overview and initial analysis of the various options and key issues in the discussion paper.

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              • Urban Laboratory Annual Lecture 2012: Margit Mayer


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                CITY Journal and UCL Urban Laboratory annual lecture from October 2012. The keynote speech is by Margit Mayer on 'The Urban Question Under Conditions of Globalization'. You can read more about it here: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/urbanlab/news/MargitMayerarticle

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                • Science and Society 2013 - Influencers Panel


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                  October 23rd, 2013 Title: Panel of influential decision-makers discussing results of the Science and Society 2013 symposium Chair: Yves St-Onge Vice-President, Public Affairs and Marketing, Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation Panelists: Scott Findlay Associate Professor, Department of Biology, University of Ottawa Evidence for Democracy Pat Mooney Executive Director, ETC Group Louise Vandelac Professor, Department of Sociology, Université du Québec à Montréal Denise Amyot President and CEO, Association of Canadian Community Colleges

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                  • Patent Law and Policy Conference 2010


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                    Full conference video

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                    • Webinar on the Science of Policy Communication Part II


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