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Katerina Triantos

MSc Public Policy and Human Development: Risk and Vulnerability Student, UNU-MERIT in Maastricht

The Inequalities of Climate Change and why the International Community is involved

PRESENTED ON APR 19, 2017
IN MAASTRICHT @ POLICY SOLUTIONS TO CLIMATE CHANGE CHALLENGES

In her presentation, Katerina Triantos talks about the risks attached to global climate change at the regional and local level. 

The increasingly severe risks that occur as a result of global climate change cannot be mitigated by current practices and are offsetting more local attempts of controlling for risks.

It becomes apparent climate change and its risks cannot be resolved by the risk community alone, but will require innovative practices and collaborations within multiple levels and across multiple sectors.

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Not Yet the End of the World

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@ VOL 10 ON JAN 30, 2014

Summer Gray is a Ph.D. student in Sociology at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and a Research Associate at the International Institute of Climate Action and Theory. She speaks on the climate justice movement, and what we must do to save the planet from the destruction of global warming. 

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Closet Environmentalist

BY NATALIE JONES
@ VOL 18 ON MAR 27, 2014

Climate change and global warming are topics that have been debated about since the early 90s to today. For the long time that this topic has been talked about, what are the hopes of finding a solution? Natalie Jones talks about her experiences at the UN Climate Change Conference and tries to answer this exact issue. However, her time there has made her realize that it is the people that truly make a different and has empowered her to not take fact for truth and instead take action. 

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The Generation That Won't Need Fossil Fuels

BY ROSA HUGHES-CURRIE
@ VOL 18 ON MAR 27, 2014

Physicist and environmentalist, Rosa Hughes-Currie is the regional coordinator of Generation Zero, a New Zealand based youth led environmental movement which seeks to draw on its members professional skills to find solutions for climate change.

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Creating community conversations for climate change action

BY SANDY MCCATHIE
IN TOWNSVILLE

Sandy McCathie is a sustainability advisor, who finds peace in nature, adores her family, and has recently returned from Heron Island where she snorkelled with turtles and manta rays. Encouraging others, Sandy reminds people that Global Warming is real, and reminds us that the present deeply effects the future. Trying to bring the community of Townsville, the goal is to start using economical friendly technology and result in the global temperature to drop by 2050. 

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Choreography and Climate Change

BY STEVE VALK
@ PECHAKUCHA EVENT ON AUG 20, 2014

Steve Valk talks about the complexity and changing patterns of Choreography. By connecting with culture, ourselves, and the environment dancers can become better in choreographers and thinkers/

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Racial Justice and the Climate Crisis

BY BILL GALLEGOS
@ VOL 13 ON APR 30, 2015

With over three decades of organizing experience with unions, students, and grassroots organizations, activist-in-residence at Havens Center for Social Justice, Bill Gallegos discusses the complexities of climate change's affect on racial justice. He shares his some of his experiences in achieving environmental programs that ensure low-income communities and communities of color receive the health, environmental, and economic benefits of sound environmental policy.

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Climate Change Art

BY ALLY LANKESTER
@ VOL 11 ON MAR 03, 2016

Climate change requires cultural transformation and art is an important catalyst for social-cultural change. Ally Lankester's talk provides an overview of climate change art with a focus on Townsville projects.

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Pivotal - The Cambridge Festival of Change

BY JAMES MURRAY-WHITE
@ VOL 4 ON APR 05, 2016

Pivotal is the Cambridge-based collectives of artists promoting positive change, particulary in the arena of climate change. Watch James Murray-White as highlighted examples of some of the creative projects the group has initiated across the City.

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An Unexpected Solution to Social Inequalities

BY JASON LOCK
@ VOL 11 ON MAY 06, 2016

Jason Lock regularly speaks on issues related to faith, culture, and identity.  He asks us to consider unexpected solutions to balance very real social inequalities