1. Introducing the GLOBE Natural Capital Initiative

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    The unsustainable use of natural resources can result in an increase in a country's GDP while it actually becomes poorer, if we account for the value of nature. The GLOBE Natural Capital Initiative recognises that legislators, through the exercise of their legislative and budgetary responsibilities, can play a central role in the transition to en economic model that takes into account the value of biodiversity and of ecosystem services. Operating in a rapidly expanding group if industrialised and developing country, the Initiative works to advance the implementation and long-term integration of natural capital accounting into decision-making across all government departments. The annual GLOBE Natural Capital Legislation Study, now at its second edition, reviews natural capital accounting policies from over 20 countries.

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    • This Week on FatGuyRadioShow

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      Watch a clip from our live UStream cameras. Cory follows BDB Radio Network protocol by not making anyone take their clothes off, but DTay decides to over look Cory's attempt and guest Lil D gets into the action. Hear the entire episode "3 Year Anniversary" now at http://fatguyradioshow.com, ITunes and StitcherRadio. Also catch us live via UStream every Saturday at 4PM MST

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      • Introducing GLOBE: the Global Legislators Organisation

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        The Global Legislators Organisation (GLOBE International) is an international organisation comprising national parliamentarians from over 80 countries committed to developing and overseeing the implementation of laws in pursuit of sustainable development. GLOBE is a non-party political organisation that supports legislators through national chapters to develop and advance laws on climate change, natural capital accounting and forests. With headquarters in London, offices in Beijing, Bogota, Brussels, Kinshasa, Manila, Mexico City, New Delhi, Tokyo and through chapters established in over 40 legislatures, GLOBE is developing a unique international network of legislators committed to practical action.

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        • Take Me From Your Leader

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          Some people are born to lead. All they need are victims.

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          • Policy and politics of International Cooperation

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            Presentation by Robert Dijksterhuis about the policy of International Cooperation 'A world to gain'

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            • CARBON REFORM: GET #ONBOARD!

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              we are the movers and the shakers, the change makers. find out why.

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              • Campus Policies Prototype Presentation

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                • "Demand Better" - Michael Cleland - Max Bell 40th Anniversary Lecture

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                  Michael Cleland delivered this lecture on Canadian energy policy at the Asia Pacific Hall in SFU's Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue, on May 23, 2013. The talk was part of "Thinking Forward: The 40th Anniversary Max Bell Essays and Lectures." In this series, three exceptional Canadians each produced an essay and lecture about a public policy issue critical to the country’s future. It was announced in celebration of the foundation’s 40th anniversary, and in honour of the thousands of charities across the country that work every day to improve Canadian society. Michael Cleland’s talk was co-presented by Max Bell Foundation and the Literary Review of Canada, in association with Carbon Talks, and builds on his essay of the same name (http://reviewcanada.ca/cleland), first published in the May 2013 issue of the LRC. About Max Bell Foundation: Max Bell was an athlete, McGill alumnus, oilman, newspaper publisher and philanthropist. The foundation that bears his name was established in 1972 with a gift from his estate valued at $17 million. Since then, under the stewardship of its Directors, the Foundation has made hundreds of grants to charities across Canada, totalling more than $75 million. To find out more about the foundation and its work, visit http://maxbell.org. About the LRC: Published since 1991, the award-winning LRC magazine is the country’s leading forum for discussion and debate about books, culture, ideas and public affairs. The Literary Review of Canada Charitable Organization also hosts public lectures and conversations, and co-produces Spur. Launched this year, Spur is the country’s first national festival of politics, art and ideas. For more details, visit http://reviewcanada.ca and http://spurfestival.ca.

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                  • Snapshot of the Prichard Committee Student Voice Team's Pilot Year

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                    This brief video montage captures scenes from the Prichard Committee Student Voice Team's 2013-14 pilot year. The Prichard Committee is an independent nonprofit that mobilizes citizens to push for improved Kentucky schools, pre-k through postsecondary. The Student Voice Team is an initiative of the Prichard Committee and is designed to amplify the voices of Kentucky youth on the classroom impact of education policies. The group's greater vision is to support students as partners in improving Kentucky schools.

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                    • PHE5POL Lecture advocacy

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                      Public Health Policy subject's last lecture on advocacy and activism

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