Times, Sunday Times (2007)The necessary steps to make that action prompt and effective have been taken. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The rise has prompted fears that economic weakness could be spawning criminal gangs. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Two stories this week will have prompted the same question.
Here, he reveals some Aussie attitudes towards climate change:CLIMATE change sceptics outnumber believers, according to an OECD study that shows how the debate has sharply divided AustraliansThe study into household attitudes towards the environment shows Australians are more sceptical than any of the other 10 nations examined, with the exception of The Netherlands.It shows 45 per cent of Australians think environmental dangers are exaggerated and are reluctant to pay for government environmental policies.In contrast, 42 per cent of Australians believe the environmental challenges are real and think the government should take action, which they are prepared to pay for even if the amount is not matched by other nations.The OECD study identifies a third group of people who believe that environmental dangers are real, but thinks technological progress will resolve them. This group is about 10 per cent of the Australian population.In Canada, Sweden and France, more than half the population is motivated by environmental concerns, while less than 40 per cent are sceptical (emphasis in original).But there are those who challenge the climate change denial and examine the social science behind denial. One example is Haydn Washington and John Cook 2011.
This film was the highest rated series in the history of American Public Television and attracted an audience of 40 million during its premiere in September 1990. The New York Times called it a masterpiece and said that Ken Burns “takes his place as the most accomplished documentary filmmaker of his generation.” Tom Shales of The Washington Post said, “This is not just good television, nor even just great television. Griffith Award, and the $50,000 Lincoln Prize, among dozens of others..
2593KbAbstractIl presente elaborato indaga l’evoluzione del progetto pilota “Open RESOURCES” di Treviso analizzata in termini di innovazione sociale nel quadro di regolazione multilivello. Progetto rappresenta una risposta ai bisogni emergenti del territorio, coniugando l’esigenza lavorativa e abitativa dei rifugiati con quella dei giovani disoccupati locali che, in cambio di un lavoro di ristrutturazione e di efficientamento energetico nelle abitazioni private, potranno godere di un alloggio nelle stesse a titolo gratuito. Particolare, il fil rouge della tesi è la validazione degli apprendimenti nel policy making dell’Unione Europea.