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Deforestation and Climate Change

Deforestation and Climate Change

Carbon dioxide – large amounts of it – is believed to be the main contributor to climate change. Carbon dioxide is a naturally occurring element in the atmosphere, but it is also a byproduct of fossil-fuel combustion. VOA’s Rebecca Ward reports that while nature provides the means to deal with …

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Digitising the ICU to power the fight against COVID-19 – Experience from Dr. María Bodí

Digitising the ICU to power the fight against COVID-19 – Experience from Dr. María Bodí

Dr. María Bodí, Head of the ICU of the Hospital Juan XXIII in Tarragona, Spain; shares her experience about: • How have they managed the integration of physicians coming from different departments such as Emergency, Cardiology and Anaesthesiology to help in the ICU? • Why have they implemented a Clinical …

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Systems Thinking Community of Practice with Prof Ray Ison: The Hidden Power of Systems Thinking

Systems Thinking Community of Practice with Prof Ray Ison: The Hidden Power of Systems Thinking

In this video, Dr. Seanna Davidson, Director of the Systems School, interviews Prof. Ray Ison about his new book with Ed Straw, ‘The Hidden Power of Systems Thinking: Governance in a Climate Emergency www.the-systems-school.org https://www.routledge.com/The-Hidden-Power-of-Systems-Thinking-Governance-in-a-Climate-Emergency/Ison-Straw/p/book/9781138493995 This video was first published onSource link . We are just re-posting and re-sharing. Y …

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Solar industry calls on president to remove private power generation limitations

Solar industry calls on president to remove private power generation limitations

An industry body that represents 320 member organisations in the solar PV industry has written an open letter to President Cyril Ramaphosa, in which it calls on him to remove limitations to private power generation as a way of supporting efforts to kick start the economy post COVID-19. The letter, …

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Power Over Pain: Mask Shortage? Blame . . . Climate Change? Buzzy Heroes: Cook Childrens!

Power Over Pain: Mask Shortage? Blame . . .  Climate Change? Buzzy Heroes: Cook Childrens!

Flimed live at the Hive on April 13, 2020. Buzzy heroes at Cook Children’s Health Care System announced. UVC rays = death rays for virus and bacteria. Trials underway, NIH coordinating at Centers of Excellence program. Dr. Baxter ties mask shortage to climate change, forest fires in Australia followed immediately …

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New Mexico Solve Climate by 2030 – Power Dialog

New Mexico Solve Climate by 2030 - Power Dialog

4.7.20: Power Dialogs In Every State To focus Americans on state-level and local solutions, the Center for Environmental Policy at Bard College organized simultaneous “power dialog” webinars, one in every state in the country, plus Washington, DC and Puerto Rico. On April 7, we heard from climate solutions experts in …

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Virtual Book Launch – The Hidden Power of Systems Thinking

Virtual Book Launch - The Hidden Power of Systems Thinking

The launch of the publication of “The Hidden Power of Systems Thinking – Governing in a Climate Emergency” was broadcast live on April 16th 2020. Invited panel members from several industries who had input in this publication shared their views on a variety of topics. Our thesis is that it …

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Building Civic Power in Capital | Darebin Climate Emergency Conference

Building Civic Power in Capital | Darebin Climate Emergency Conference

Australia’s superannuation funds are now responsible for more than $2.6 trillion, with which they invest in companies across the country and the world. Through activist shareholdings, Australian Centre for Corporate Responsibility seeks to make super funds accountable for ensuring a safe climate future, by amplifying their influence over listed companies. …

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Report reveals record year for US solar power in 2019

Report reveals record year for US solar power in 2019

The expansion of solar-powered electricity in the United States broke major records last year, accounting for nearly 40 per cent of all new generating capacity. At the same time total installed photovoltaic (PV) power was expected to more than double in the next five years, according to an annual report …

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