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Displaying from Wednesday, March 04, 2015
 March 2015
Wednesday 04
18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - The Transport and Storage of CO2 and why itís not the same as Oil and Gas Website | More Information
In this public lecture, Professor Roland Span, Dean, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Ruhr-University Bochum will highlight how models developed for oil and gas applications are deficient for many important Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) applications. He will discuss new models for predicting (...)
Tuesday 17
18:00 - FREE LECTURE - The Smartest Targets for the World : Public lecture with Bjorn Lomborg More Information
The UN, with its 2015-2030 process, is going to set the global goals for the next 15 years in September, following the success of the Millennium Development Goals. Since these could end up determining a large part of the periods $2.5 trillion development aid, it is important we pick targets more (...)
Wednesday 18
7:00 - EVENT - UWA Nedlands Bike Breakfast : Celebrate cycling as a great way to travel to UWA Website | More Information
The award-winning UWA Nedlands Bike Breakfast is the University's premiere bike event, held every year during BikeWeek. Cycle to UWA to enjoy a free, fully-cooked breakfast, give your bike a health check with our bike doctors and be in the running for some prizes.

Registrations are (...)
Wednesday 25
15:30 - STAFF EVENT - Grow your own vegetables at home : A free seminar for UWA staff and affiliates Website | More Information
Like the idea of enjoying home grown fresh produce?

Hear from gardening professional Steve Wood about growing organic vegetables at home. Steve will also discuss some of the issues surrounding commercially produced food and also imported food.

Steve Wood has owned and managed (...)

 April 2015
Wednesday 29
18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Sustainable Suburbs? Best practices from Canada Website | More Information
This lecture by David Gordon, Director of the Queen's University School of Urban and Regional Planning will present current practice in better design and redevelopment of suburban areas, extensively illustrated with examples from across Canada provided by the Council for Canadian Urbanism.


 May 2015
Wednesday 06
18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Building liberal resilience? A critical view from developing Asia Website | More Information
In this public lecture, Jonathan Rigg, Professor of Geography at the National University of Singapore, will argue that 'liberal resilience' plays into a growth-development-resilience 'trap' where economic growth has become a de facto synonym for development and, often, development a synonym for (...)
Monday 18
19:00 - FUNDRAISER - Fundraising Auction for Nepal Earthquake Apeeal : Let's join hands in providing help to the people of Nepal who have suffered an earthquake of 8 magnitude. More Information
The 7.9 magnitude earthquake that struck Nepal on 25 April has already claimed the lives of more than 7,000 people with an estimated eight million people affected. The Red Cross is at the forefront of the international response, sending shelter and water and sanitation specialists, setting up (...)

 August 2015
Thursday 20
18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Agricultural change in the Argentinean Pampas Website | More Information
In this public lecture Gustavo Striker, Assistant Professor at the University of Buenos Aires, will address the question of what we are doing to solve new problems. The increased area and yields of crops has benefited farm incomes. However, new challenging problems have emerged: (i) the appearance (...)


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