1. Georgetown Climate Center

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    • Interview with Nicolas Wallet, MERiFIC project manager

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      Nicolas Wallet, European Project Manager at Cornwall Council and the project manager for MERiFIC, interviewed at the project's business networking event held at the University of Plymouth's COAST Lab in March 2013. He highlights some of the project's key deliverables for the marine renewable energy industry in technology support, policy issues, economic development and stakeholder engagement and emphasises the will for co-operation in common areas between the regions of Finistère and south west UK. MERiFIC is working to support the growth of the marine renewable energy sector in Cornwall, UK and Finistère, France. More info: merific.eu. Filming by Life Video Productions, lifevideo.co.uk

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      • What Is IXmaps?

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        • Forum at Questacon on the 20th February 2013 (Pt.2)

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          Part 2 (the Q&A session and summing up by Prof. Campbell) ACEAS and TERN brought together a prestigious line up of leading scientists and policy makers to discuss the science-policy divide. Moderated by Sara Phillips from ABC Environment Online, the speakers were: Lord Robert May (ex-Chief Scientist of the UK), Dr David Schimel (USA, first Director of the National Ecological Observatory Network), Prof. Lesley Hughes (eminent climate change scientist, Macquarie University), Prof. Andrew Campbell (TERN Board Chair, Charles Darwin University), Dr Subho Banerjee (Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency), and Mr Nicholas Rowley (Strategic Policy Consultant).

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          • Gambling, Prostitution, Morality, and Ethics Pt. 3

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            Can the wages of sin be effectively monetized, and put to good purpose?

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            • Forum at Questacon on the 20th February 2013 (Pt.1)

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              Ideas and Influence: how can scientific knowledge shape policy? ACEAS and TERN brought together a prestigious line up of leading scientists and policy makers to discuss the science-policy divide. Moderated by Sara Phillips from ABC Environment Online, the speakers were: Lord Robert May (ex-Chief Scientist of the UK), Dr David Schimel (USA, first Director of the National Ecological Observatory Network), Prof. Lesley Hughes (eminent climate change scientist, Macquarie University), Prof. Andrew Campbell (TERN Board Chair, Charles Darwin University), Dr Subho Banerjee (Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency), and Mr Nicholas Rowley (Strategic Policy Consultant).

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              • Nature's Imperative

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                Production Company: CCCP Commissioned by: Council for Environment and Infrastructure Director: Jasper Wessels Executive Producer: Andre Freyssen Producer: Dirk Zekveld Editor & Motion Graphics: Jasper Wessels Researcher: Dirk Zekveld Music composer: Music on Motion Sound editor: Any Colour You Like/Henk-Jelle de Groot

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                • UPSI Wins Award for Social, Cutural or Policy Impact

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                  UPSI's pioneering research has changed the way that the police respond to crime and disorder within communities has been recognised for its impact at the University's prestigious Innovation & Impact Awards. Led by Professor Martin Innes, the research has provided an evidence base about how the police can engage effectively with communities and helped crack down on serious drug-related crime in South Wales.

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                  • Luca Bergamo [Interview]

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                    Secretary General of the network Culture Action Europe Luca Bergamo discusses how artistic interventions connect to emotional engagement of the public an the individual, in connection to concepts and practice surrounding social responsibility. Shot by John Areblad [https://vimeo.com/user8410228] in March 19, 2013, at the Creative Clash Final Conference in Brussels. Visit http://www.creativeclash.eu/ for more information.

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                    • Carsten Schierenbeck [Interview]

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                      Policy Officer Carsten Schierenbeck, who works for the European Commission's Enterprise and Industry Directorate-General, shares his insights on how to promote Artistic Interventions in Europe, and how these concept can be interesting for establishing connections between different sectors or clusters. Shot by John Areblad [https://vimeo.com/user8410228] in March 19, 2013, at the Creative Clash Final Conference in Brussels. Visit http://www.creativeclash.eu/ for more information.

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