Transcript: Support for mitigation effort NO to conditionality Move away from predetermined plans by funder to funding a process to encourage development and ownership of low-carbon agenda Align around strategy Support low-carbon development and well-specified mitigation actions Current State: Emissions have increased by 25% since Kyoto Protocol was negotiated. Little transformational change in countries' development strategies Global Environment Facility is short on $$$$ Global regime fails to inspire Areas of support finance, technology capacity building Public Finance must be scaled up possible method: funding agreements based on agreed assessment criteria Market Based Mechanisms Do away with Clean Development Mechanism project based credits Sectoral or policy-based credits Agreement occurs as outcome of negotiations binding targets for developed countries; specific policy actions for developing countries projections of emissions at minimum Legality? Robust support Measurable Reportable Verifiable mechanisms for support in developing countries support through multilateral instrument is most verifiable Very broad and can incorporate a variety of action Advantages developing countries have valued input Each country has a package tailored to their circumstance Policies can be scaled or tiered (stronger action = stronger support) no binding quantified emissions limits Equity v. Environment (core goal) Environmental: problem: global collective action solution: negotiated commitments for reduction Equity: problem: wealthy countries disproportionately using finite resources solution: allocation principles based on equity Approach the issue in spirit of Pluralism and Pragmatism Early action by the North (early and strong mitigation) Robust equity principle for developing nations Integrated Multitrack Climate Framework Burden Sharing and Opportunistic Early Action Development & Climate Change Until recently Climate change not seen as opportunity to rethink development Growing political awareness CHAPTER 5: Integrating Development into the Global Climate Regime Making it work.... Policy-Based Mitigation Track Target Track Developed countries establishes binding economywide emissions targets (*succeeding the Kyoto Protocol's first period) Policy-based Track countries agree to undertake actions/policies that have the effect of reducing emissions and emissions growth Points of Tension: Environment and Equity Conditionality in Financing and Ownership Meeting development aspirations and forging an equitable climate regime Climate Regime requires simultaneously addressing multiple goals equity climate social and economic development Burden sharing suggests considerable costs Early Action is an opportunity to be seized narrative seizing advantage by moving first narrative however is unmatched by action climate+industrial development = COST countries also likely to hold burden sharing stance publicly However a silver lining is necessary to get the hard work started Predictable Climate Outcome and Unpredictable Development Process Global Goal Troublesome for developing countries Development is a process of change driven from below One size does not fit all Characterization of change applies equally to wealthy countries Internalizing objective in larger development processes short-term+long term = winning plan *should not compromise living standards
Transcript: "Philosophizing Through the Moving Image: The Case of Serene Velocity" Born 1947 B.A.. Philosophy, Hoftra University, 1969 M.A., Philosophy, University of Pittsburgh, 1970 M.A., Cinema Studies, NYU, 1974 M.A., Philosophy, University of Illinois, 1976 Ph.D., Cinema Studies, NYU, 1976 Ph.D., Philosophy, University of Illinois, 1983 Currently distinguished professor of philosophy at CUNY Graduate Center; Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Humanities at Temple University; Monroe C. Beardsley Professor of Philosophy at the University of Wisconsin. Considered to be one of the leading figures of contemporary philosophy of art. Journal of Aesthetics and Criticism vol. 64, no. 1 (winter 2006) "Philosophizing Through the Moving Image" Carroll on Motion-Picture Philosophy Structural/minimal film by Ernie Gehr Noel Carroll Can motion pictures 'do' philosophy? Could there be a film which we could treat as an original piece of philosophy? Serene Velocity (1970)
Transcript: Mac Audio Mix Control PBP Y Backup TPM Mac Lighting Control Apple TV & other inputs Room Manager GFX F DSM Notes Mac Speaker Timer GFX D DSM Notes That was great, right? ... Now, I'd like to show you a video we've created to demonstate our progress... Let's roll the clip. [ ROLL Clip 7 ] GFX C Program Watchout / Spyder etc. AUD PBP X Program Sponsored Content PRO CLI WRAP IT UP VID GFX B Loops Quad Split Show Overview 03:17 PBP Z Loops Digital Signage Distribtution Show Producer Quad Split Show Overview GFX A Logos GFX E Program Stage Manager View Mac Teleprompter Software Client View Last Minute Updates On-site LGT SM Quad Split Show Overview GFX SGN Delivery On-site Run of Show Emailed Content ProductionBRAIN Content Upload Form SUBMIT FILES SUBMIT FILES Cloud Based Content Links
Transcript: Texas Population 25,883,999 Density 34.8 people/km2 State Capital Number to Enter Union 28th State to enter Union. Texas's Nickname The Lone Star State Texas's State Facts State Bird: Mockingbird State Animal: Nine-banded Armadillo State Insect: Monarch Butterfly State Reptile: Texas Horned Lizard State Dog: Blue Lacy State Attractions Alamo (San Antonio) River Walk (San Antonio) Johnson Space Center (Houston) Schlitterbann (News Braunfels) Sea World (San Antonio) Big Bend National Park (Terlingua) Alley Theatre (Houston) Six Flags (Arlington) Texas Industries Texas Industries Inc. Oil STI Group Welding NASA Johnson Space Center Space information Square Miles Austin 268,820 square miles "Texas, our, Texas" State Capital State Song
Transcript: “using their knowledge and skill for the enhancement of human welfare, being honest and impartial, and servicing with fidelity the public, their employers and clients, striving to increase the competence and prestige of the engineering profession, and supporting the professional and technical societies of their disciplines” Ethical Issues Smart Technologies – The Civil Engineers Responsibility Smart Infrastructure "The Rise of the Machines" - ASCE Board of Directors 1997 Population Growth Responsibility of the Civil Engineer Frederick Wachter Drexel University College of Engineering Department of Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics National ASCE Identification Number: 9883750 Non-Smart Infrastructure
Transcript: Still work to do - - 2011 - 2012 experienced political reform. - Conducted first openly contested general election on November 8th, 2015. - The NLD (National League for Democracy) won an absolute majority of seats in both chambers of the national parliament. Armene Golparast Video Current State of Burma At least 112 political prisoners are still being held in prison. That includes 10 journalists whose only crime was printing something that the military-backed government didn't like. Burma Now
Transcript: The GOAL! Thank you! The Ascent Oct 2013 - March 2014 Technical debt is a metaphor referring to the eventual consequences of poor software architecture and software development within a codebase. Current State | Future State The long road................................... August 2014 April - July 2014 August 2013 Software Development Lifecycle The clean up begins August 2013 Savings Pulling it all together The journey begins! The Nations Model For Development
Transcript: www.worldatlas.com State Song In 1965, the famous March for Justice led by Dr. Martin L. King State Flag Facts About state capital yellowhammer awesomeamerica.com State Capital Cotton State Montgomery is the second most populous city of Alabama Montgomery History Sources By: Zahid Muwwakkil (1817) Alabama Territory created www.10-facts-about.com State bird camellia “Alabama” State Flower State Nickname Boll Weevil, insect destroyer of cotton, enters state from Mississippi border. red and white State Powerpoint
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