2010

La mobilità urbana sostenibile è possibile? Soluzioni tecniche e governo degli interessi (Is sustainable urban mobility feasible? Technical solutions and governance of the interests)

University of Siena, Faculty of Political Science – December 3, 2010

The Interdepartmental Centre REPROS and the Chair of Applied Economics of the Faculty of Political Sciences organized the Seminar
“La mobilità urbana sostenibile è possibile? Soluzioni tecniche e governo degli interessi”“Is sustainable urban mobility feasible? Technical solutions and governance of the interests” held by Prof. Gerardo Marletto, University of Sassari

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Biofuel from Jatropha Curcas: Environmental Sustainability and Option Value

University of Siena, Faculty of Economics – May 12, 2010

The Interdepartmental Centre REPROS organized the Seminar
“Biofuel from Jatropha Curcas: environmental sustainability and option value” held by Prof. Marcello Basili, University of Siena

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Screening of the movie “The Age of Stupid”

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University of Siena, Faculty of Economics – April 20, 2010

REPROS, in cooperation with WWF and GREENPEACE, organized the screening of the movie The Age of Stupid, “a scorching appeal for humans to avoid knowingly up-ending the earth’s climate, delivered from the vantage-point of 2055, when the giant London Eye ferris wheel looks more like a waterwheel, with its bottom immersed in the Thames, along with much of central London. Set in 2055, the film looks back to our present through a series of environmental-destruction subplots highlighting this era’s collective lack of interest in doing anything; one character concludes that we must be living in the “age of stupid.””
(The New York Times, 2009)

 

 

Carbon Sequestration Policy when Government Budgets Matter: Contracting under Asymmetric Information

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University of Siena, Faculty of Economics – March 17, 2010

The Interdepartmental Centre REPROS organized the Seminar:
Carbon Sequestration Policy when Government Budgets Matter: Contracting under Asymmetric Information

Main speaker
Prof. Charles Mason (University of Wyoming)
Other speakers
Prof. Simone Borghesi (University of Siena)

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