Daily Archives: October 22, 2016

Food Security


Boston University

Uploaded on Apr 8, 2010

As part of the Future Challenges series, a panel of international development experts, including Hans Hoogeveen, director general for the Netherlands Ministry of Agriculture, Nature, and Food Quality, discusses the obstacles to meeting the world’s food and water needs.

Hosted by Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future at Boston University on October 9, 2008.

Food-Matters
Environment Ethics
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The Global Land Rush: The Future of Food, Fuel, and Agricultural Development


Boston University

Uploaded on Nov 30, 2011

Panel of researchers look at trends in foreign direct investment in land and its implications for the development and food security of Asian rural communities. They also discuss the history of American agricultural and environmental policy and the international influence of U.S. rural development practices.

Hosted by The Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future on November 15,

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Environment Ethics
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Peoplequake


Salon Film

Published on Nov 9, 2013

Fred Pearce, author of Peoplequake, talks about his new book.
Talk filmed in Leeds on 6 November 2013 as part of the Festival of Politics and Applied Global Ethics which took place at Leeds Metropolitan University.

Global Climate Change
Environment Ethics
Environment Justice

Global Climate Change – Debunking Lord Monckton 4


djarm67

Uploaded on Aug 7, 2011

I would suggest that the goal of the vast majority of these prominent climate change skeptics is to create doubt regarding the recommendations of the scientific consensus in relation to the impact of our carbon emissions on global climate change. This doubt, once entrenched in the public opinion would provide a brake on real progress towards legislation to restrict carbon emissions. The obvious benefactors of a lack of progress would be industries who would be forced to lose billions in profits by having to change their business processes and models to comply with stricter regulations. Do you think that it is likely that these anti-climate change advocates are being bankrolled by these industries? You decide?

This video is a mirror of potholer54 addressing the claims of Lord Christopher Monckton

SOURCES:

18″ — Monckton speech in Brisbane, January 2010

1’00” — Kevin Trenberth,
e-mail to Michael Mann
12 Oct 2009
http://www.eastangliaemails.com/email…

2’01” — Speech to Sutherland Institute, Salt Lake City, March 2010

2’07” — Monckton slide with notes
http://www.fcpp.org/pdf/MoncktonwNote…

2’28” – Justice Burton’s summing-up,
Case No: CO/3615/2007
Stuart Dimmock vs. Secretary of State for Education and Skills
Date: 10/10/2007
www.elaw.org/system/files/uk.dimmock.10Oct07.doc

3’18” — Monckton
http://www.climatedepot.com/a/429/Rep…

3’22” – http://conservativemeanderings.wordpr…

3’23” – http://www.larouchepac.com/node/10062

4’01” – Speech to Sutherland Institute, Salt Lake City, March 2010

4’20” — “Flooded out” by Fred Pearce
New Scientist
5 June 1999

4’49” – “Glacier Scientist: I knew data hadn’t been verified.”
By David Rose
Mail on Sunday, 24 January 2010

5’29” — Rose response to Climate Progress
http://thinkprogress.org/romm/2010/01…

5’38” — “Apocalypse? No!” — film by Christopher Monckton, 2007

6’18” — Speech to Sutherland Institute, Salt Lake City, March 2010

6’25” — Monckton slide with notes
http://www.fcpp.org/pdf/MoncktonwNote…

6’40” — “Fabricated quote used to discredit climate scientist”
The Independent, February 10, 2010

6’46” — “Stern’s Climate report just scaremongering”
By Piers Ackerman,
The Telegraph (Sydney) November 2006

7’08” — “Malicious bullets fired by the global warmists’ guns”
By Piers Ackerman
The Telegraph (Sydney) February 18 2010

7’13” – Sir John Houghton,
“Moral Outlook: Earthquake, wind and fire”
Sunday Telegraph, September 10, 1995

7’39” — “Malicious bullets fired by the global warmists’ guns”
By Piers Ackerman The Telegraph (Sydney) February 18 2010

8’04” – Monckton slide with notes, fccp.org

8’35” – “What the weatherman never said”
By Christopher Booker
Daily Telegraph, 20 Feb 2010

8’55” — Speech to Sutherland Institute, Salt Lake City, March 2010

10’05” — Comments on Ackerman article
http://blogs.news.com.au/dailytelegra…

11’20” – “Apocalypse? No!” — film by Christopher Monckton, 2007

11’24” — Speech to Sutherland Institute, Salt Lake City, March 2010

11’37” — St Paul

11’49” — Speech in Melbourne

11’54” – Video_Audio_ FCPP – Frontier Centre for Public Policy – 04.02.2011, 09_38

12’29” — Speech to Sutherland Institute, Salt Lake City, March 2010

Global Climate Change
Environment Ethics
Environment Justice

Interview Fred Pearce


MO nieuwssite

Uploaded on Nov 8, 2011

Interview met Fred Pearce, auteur van Volksbeving en journalist voor The Guardian en New Scientist. Pearce sprak op 7 november op de MO*lezing ‘7 miljard mensen: Ontwikkelingskans of -ramp’

Food-Matters
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Environment Ethics
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Global Land Rush – interview with Fred Pearce


IFPRI

Published on Nov 27, 2012

Large-scale land deals are increasingly common in some developing regions. In this video interview, environmental journalist, Fred Pearce, looks at the implications for the people already living there.

Food-Matters
Global Climate Change
Environment Ethics
Environment Justice

Fred Pearce – The landgrabbers


Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)

Published on Aug 16, 2016

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Global Climate Change
Environment Ethics
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