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Workshop 1:
14th November 2008
University of Southampton »
Dr. Mark Levene (Project director)
Deadline for
1 September 2008
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Workshop 1: Climate Catastrophe, where are we heading?


video Videos of speaker presentations

Speaker presentations from the day appear here in order of the programme. Most videos are split into three or more parts and are also available on YouTube.
Our thanks to Olly Hill for filming and editing.

Powerpoint presentations and other supporting material

Kevin Anderson, Tyndall Centre

David Wasdell, Apollo-Gaia Project

Aubrey Meyer, Global Commons Institute

Dave Webb, The Praxis Centre, Leeds Metropolitan University

  • Geoengineering and its Implications, Crisis Forum: Climate Change and Violence workshop series Workshop 1: Climate Catastrophe, Where are we heading? 14 November 2008 University of Southampton (Powerpoint presentation to the Crisis Forum workshop).

Other resources:

Alex Lockwood, Forum: climate change and violence, blog and comments, a review of the workshop on, Green Journalism, 18 November, 2008.

Mark Levene, Predicting Genocide in an Age of Anthropogenic Climate Change: An Interim Report*, 2009.
A shortened version of this piece entitled 'From Past to Future: Prospects for Genocide and its Avoidance in the Twenty-First Century,' will be published in Donald Bloxham and A. Dirk Moses, eds. Genocide, Oxford History Handbooks (Oxford: Oxford University Press forthcoming 2009).

Corporate Watch, Technofixes: A Critical Guide to Climate Change Technologies, 2008.

More to follow.

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