15.10.2018

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Fellowship Program at Harvard University

Deadline: 18. January 2019

"Harvard’s Solar Geoengineering Research Program (SGRP) invites applications for post-doctoral and pre-doctoral fellowships, under the direct supervision of Harvard faculty. The fellowship program is loosely modeled on the successful Harvard University Center for the Environment (HUCE) fellowship program. Harvard University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer."

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08.10.2018

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Newsletter of Week 41 of 2018

The newsletter of calendar week 41 in 2018 is now available here.


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01.10.2018

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Newsletter of Week 40 of 2018

The newsletter of calendar week 40 in 2018 is now available here.


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30.09.2018

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Call for Abstracts: Geoscience & Society Summit

Deadline: 8. November 2018

"Globally, our society is facing some very complex challenges, ranging from the sustainability of natural resources and systems to global health and resilience. Join us for the inaugural Geoscience and Society Summit, where scientists, governments, affected peoples, and funding agencies will break from the traditional conference model to share their insights and experiences, cultivate innovative solutions, and enhance international and intercultural collaboration. The Summit’s “Call for Innovations” is now open."

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24.09.2018

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Newsletter of Week 39 of 2018

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17.09.2018

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Newsletter of Week 38 of 2018

The newsletter of calendar week 38 in 2018 is now available here.


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13.09.2018

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Job at Univeristy of East Anglia

Deadline: 24. September 2018

"UEA has some of the most innovative and highly regarded centres for research in the UK.  Applications are invited for the post of Senior Research Associate to work with Dr Naomi Vaughan on an integrated assessment of the feasibility of greenhouse gas removal, working with a diverse stakeholder group and broad range of disciplinary colleagues. The post is part of a wider interdisciplinary research project exploring multiple dimensions of the Feasibility of Afforestation and Biomass Energy with Carbon Capture and Storage for Greenhouse Gas Removal."

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10.09.2018

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Newsletter of Week 37 of 2018

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03.09.2018

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Newsletter of Week 36 of 2018

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03.09.2018

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Call for Papers: The Governance of Emerging Disruptive Technologies

Deadline: 30. September 2018

"We are interested in papers with wide implications and impact on theories of regulation, governance and public policy. We are interested not only in problem-focused papers but also papers that deal with the public/governmental/regulation and governance responses to these challenges. Key issues to be covered in the issue include: Detailed studies of the risks, uncertainties and unintended consequences new technologies pose to economies and societies; Comparative and case study examination of the diverse types of governance responses taken to date to address the risks posed by these technologies; Theoretically informed empirical studies of the new regulatory strategies, institutions and discourses emerging as a response to new technologies around the globe and their fit with current orthodoxies of regulatory governance; Analysis of the (in)efficacy of traditional approaches to regulating and governing disruptive technologies and of the experiences of government with new approaches; Examinations and analysis of the relations between new technologies with incumbent industries in various domains and the role of actors such as technological and instrument constituencies in improving or exacerbating policy and regulatory designs and governance."

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