1. Georgia Giannopoulou (Newcastle University)

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    Public debate: Can we re-engineer cities to be forces for environmental good?, Introduction.

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    • Shobhakar Dhakal (Global Carbon Project, Tsukuba, Japan)

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      Tyndall Assembly 2011. Public debate: Can we re-engineer cities to be forces for environmental good?

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      • Adrian Hilton, Co-ordinator of ClimateNE, The Regional Climate Change Partnership

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        Tyndall Assembly 2011. Public debate: Can we re-engineer cities to be forces for environmental good?

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        • Andy Mace (Arup)

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          Tyndall Assembly 2011. Public debate: Can we re-engineer cities to be forces for environmental good?

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          • Cynthia Rosenzweig (NASA Goddard, NY)

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            Tyndall Assembly 2011. Public debate: Can we re-engineer cities to be forces for environmental good?

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            • Public debate: Can we re-engineer cities to be forces for environmental good?

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              Public debate: Can we re-engineer cities to be forces for environmental good?, Introduction.

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              • UK’s shipping emissions six times higher than expected says new report

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                Dr Alice Bows and Dr Paul Gilbert explain Carbon dioxide emissions produced by UK shipping could be up to six times higher than currently calculated, according to new research from The University…

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                • The Butterfly Effect

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                  The Butterfly Effect is a visually powerful, interactive exhibit that invites visitors to find their own points of view on the future of the Norfolk Broads and the local effects of climate change. The…

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