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  1. Amerindian Views on Global Warming

    Amerindian Views on Global Warming

    Three Amerindian women leaders speak in the run up to COP26

    In this panel, three indigenous Amerindian women -- Glicéria Tupinambř, Francineia Fontes Baniwa and Olinda Silvano Shipibo-Konibo, who are leaders,...

  2. Global Collaboration against Terrorism in the 1970s

    Global Collaboration against Terrorism in the 1970s

    With Dr Silke Zoller, Assistant Professor at Kennesaw State University - Free

    Email tsadmin@st-andrews.ac.uk to book a space. Silke Zoller is an assistant professor of history at Kennesaw State University. She holds a Ph.D. from Temple...

  3. Next Generation St andrews Environmental Discussion

    Next Generation St andrews Environmental Discussion

    free

    Next Generation St andrews is a series of Environmental Discussions between students and professionals and researchers in the environmental sector in the run-up...

  4. Energy Café | Accounting for Greenhouse Gas (GHG) | 2 November 12-1pm

    Energy Café | Accounting for Greenhouse Gas (GHG) | 2 November 12-1pm

    In a world where reducing GHG emissions is at the top of corporate and governmental policy agendas, accounting for GHG is essential. At the next Energy Café,...

  5. Scottish Environment LINK: the Scottish Oceans Recovery Plan and COP26

    Scottish Environment LINK: the Scottish Oceans Recovery Plan and COP26

    Organised by the St andrews Marine Society

    Join St andrews Marine Society in welcoming the fantastic Esther and Fanny of Scottish Environment LINK to St andrews to talk about the Scottish Oceans Recovery...

  6. Film screening of the short film 'The Present' followed by a Q&A/discussion

    Film screening of the short film 'The Present' followed by a Q&A/discussion

    BAFTA-winning filmmaker Farah Nabulsi

    Farah Nabulsi -- Filmmaker & Human Rights Advocate Farah Nabulsi is an Oscar Nominated and BAFTA Award Winning Palestinian British filmmaker and human...

  7. The Guantanamo Bay Museum: conversation & Q&A with Ian Alan Paul and Dr Jeffrey Murer

    The Guantanamo Bay Museum: conversation & Q&A with Ian Alan Paul and Dr Jeffrey Murer

    The Centre for Art and Politics Presents

    What if the Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp had been closed, and replaced by a museum that critically reflects on the social and political significance of the...

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