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Mesopotamian Summer: Between the Rivers - A Cradle of Civlization New York, NY
2004.06-
Information Habitat: Taking IT Global New York, NY
2003.06-
Maine Ecology Network Blue Hill, ME
2000.09-
CSD Exhibit on Water and Health
  • Spontaneous installation of a complex and evolving multi-material installation / exhibit on the theme of of a UN Commission on Water and Health. The exhibit began in Conference Room C at UN Headquarters, and for its final two days, moved into a space that became open close to the Vienna Café where it provoked interest and discussion among participants in the 8th Session of the Commission on Sustainable Development.
New York, NY
2000.05-2000.05
Gaia University New York, NY
2000.04-
Essential Economics: Towards a Holistic Framework
  • Created framework for "Essential Economics" as a basis for revisiting and clarifying assumptions of classical microeconomic pricing theory. The Essential Economics model, developed in the context of Holistic approaches to freshwater and an inquiry into the nature of water as an economic good, sees an economic transaction as a process at the intersection of flows of labour, money, knowledge, material resources, energy, infrastructure, etc. - flows whose properties may be altered by the transaction.

    The Essential Economics framework was a primary catalyst for the development of a general framework for sustainable economics.

New York, NY
1998.04-
Holistic Approaches to Freshwater: An Information Ecology Orientation
  • Development of an outline framework for a holistic information ecology approach to freshwater resources - revising the document that had been prepared for the by an international Expert Group that met in Zimbabwe, with an integrating focus on the use of an information ecology approach.

    The information ecology approach would take advantages of the powers and economics of information and communications technology to allow broad-based, timely free access to water-related information, and to allow for a systematic process of public feedback on water-related problems, incorporating an online geographic information system / relational database approach that can make vital water-related information readily available and accessible.

New York, NY
1998.04-
Hudson Valley Sustainable Communities Network Kingston, NY
1998.04-
6th Session, Commission on Sustainable Development New York, NY
1998.04-1998.05
European Ministerial Conference on Environment & Health London, United Kingdom
1998.02-1999.06
Habitat II Preparations New York, NY
1994.09-1996.10
RIOD - Desertification Network Geneva, Switzerland
1993.09-
Three Mile Island Unit 1 - NRC Restart Proceedings ,
1979.09-1980.09


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