Helping Vulnerable Communities Adapt to Climate Change

2009-09-30 by News, Sports, and Art

Climate Justice expert, Maxine Burkett, associate professor at the University of Hawaii, Manoa, William S. Richardson School of Law speaks on ‘Helping Vulnerable Communities Adapt to Climate Change’

This talk was hosted by the Resilience and Adaptive Management (RAM) Group and the Office of the Chancellor.

This podcast was recorded on September 29, 2009.



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'Why the Constitution Is Important to You' with Attorney Doug Pope

2009-09-21 by News, Sports, and Art

The Forty-Ninth State Fellows Program of the UAA Honors College presents the annual Constitution Day Polaris Lecture with Anchorage Attorney Doug Pope speaking on “Why the Constitution Is Important to You.”

This podcast was recorded on September 17, 2009.



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UAA biology professor Jeff Welker discusses findings by international group in Arctic warming article for Science magazine

2009-09-15 by

UAA biology professor Jeff Welker co-authored an important paper identifying gaps in our knowledge on how climate warming is changing the Arctic. An international team of scientists collaborated on the paper, reviewing dozens of research documents on the effects of circumpolar warming and noting numerous direct effects. They issued a call to action, describing what we need to do in global climate change research and where the public needs to spend its money. The paper was published Sept. 11, 2009 in the journal “Science.”



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