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MPhil in Environmental Policy Dissertation Presentations

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MPhil Environmental Policy 2016-17
Special Session on Dissertations


When: Friday 17 March 2017, 9am-2.30pm
Where: David Attenborough Building, Room 2.49 (Second floor)

 

SCHEDULE

09:00

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09:15

Welcome address

09:15

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09:30

Shanshan

Wang

The Use of Crowdfunding to Encourage Sustainable Infrastructure Projects 
(video-presentation)

09:30

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09:45

Milton

Malmestrom

Sustainable Profits and Sustainable Development: How do we Close the Gap? The Behavioral Economics of Climate Change

09:45

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10:00

Yun

Zhang

The Prospect of Clean Coal in China's Future Energy Mix

10:00

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10:15

Giulio

Corsi

Legal Trends in Climate Change Litigation : The Future Prospects for Class Actions

Break (10:15 – 11:00)

11:00

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11:15

Qinyi

Xu

Transition and the Status Quo: Structural Power comparison and States' Actions toward the environment in territorial disputes

11:15

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11:30

Emilie

Ho

Ex-Post Analysis of Assembly Bill 32's Performance from 2008-2014 and the Consequent Challenges for California's Proposed 2017 Scoping Plan Update

11:30

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11:45

Meredith

Keller

Compliments and Conflicts: How Multi-level Governance Frameworks Hinder and Help the Implementation of Bristol's Framework for Energy & Climate Change

11:45

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12:00

Jitao

Wang

Cities as Subjects of International Climate Law? Speaking the Language of International Law in Urban Climate Initiatives

Break (12:00 – 13:30)

13:30

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13:45

Caitlin

McCarthy

In the Supposed Land of Plenty: Utilising Urban Farming to Combat Food Insecurity

13:45

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14:00

Carolina

Campos Santos

Steady-State Economics: System Conditions

14:00

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14:15

Benedict

Probst

Titling illegally occupied land to prevent deforestation: an evaluation of the Terra Legal Programme in the Brazilian Amazon

14:15

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14:30

Paul

Lohmann

Measuring Renewable Energy Externalities in the UK: A Subjective Well-being Approach

The session will be led by Dr Pablo Salas. Please email your presentation files to him (pas80@cam.ac.uk), no later than Thursday 16 March 9am. Note that the IT available in the room is MS Windows with PowerPoint and PDF Reader.