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Eric Schmidt at Clinton Global Initiative 2010

Eric Schmidt speaks at the opening plenary session of the Clinton Global Initiative, along with President Bill Clinton, Bob MacDonald (Chairman, President and CEO, Proctor & Gamble), Melinda Gates (Co-Chair, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation) and President Tarja Halonen of Finland on September 21, 2010. The panel begins around minute 40.

Assessing the Cumulative Impact of Regulation on US Manufacturers – House Oversight Committee – 2011-03-09 – House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Subcommittee on Regulatory Affairs, Stimulus Oversight and Government Spending. Witnesses: Aris Papadopolous, CEO, Titan America LLC, Chairman, Portland Cement Association; Donna Harman, CEO, American Forest and Paper Association; Michael Walls, Vice President, Regulatory and Technical Affairs, American Chemistry Council; Michael Kamnikar, Senior Vice President, Ellwood Group, Incoming President, Forging Industry Association; Bernard Terry Schimmel, Vice President, Technical Services, Boral Bricks, Inc.; David Foerter, Executive Director, Institute of Clean Air Companies.

Entrepreneurs in Residence

US Citizenship and Immigration Services in San Jose, CA on February 22nd, 2012.
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Fiscal Commission Public Forum 6 of 7

The June public forum of the President’s Bipartisan Fiscal Commission.

SDForum Tech Women – Getting to the Top®: Strategies for Career Success

Google Tech Talk April 29, 2010 ABSTRACT Presented by Kathryn Ullrich. Given the market shifts that come from uncertain economc times, what can you do to prepare yourself to take advantage of resulting new opportunities within your current company or elsewhere? How can you make yourself more attractive for promotion where you currently are? In this program, Kathryn Ullrich, the co-founder of PANW (the predecessor to Tech Women), provides strategies for you to take responsibility for your own career development. Drawing on moderating five years of career development panels at Stanford GSB and UCLA Anderson, Kathy will share what’s she’s learned from hearing women from technology companies such as Adobe, Cisco, eBay, Ericsson, Oracle, and Symantec talk about their experiences in reaching executive (VP and C-level) positions or starting their own firms. You will learn their insights as presented in the soon-to-be released book, Getting to the Top, on using a career strategy as a guide to success, understanding career paths to better position yourself, and learning essential leadership skills for advancement. Then wrap this up into the first steps of a career action plan geared toward unique challenges of womens career development. Kathryn Ullrich is a dynamic business professional with a passion for helping people with career advancement. She leads alumni career services at UCLA Anderson School of Management and the Getting to the Top career development programs at Stanford
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Europe and Central Asia 2011 – The New Energy Architecture 08.06.2011 The New Energy Architecture The tragic events in Japan question nuclear power as a safe, clean source of energy. Along with this, the turmoil in North Africa and the Middle East is accelerating the rise of oil prices. What new technologies and policy initiatives will accelerate transition to a low-carbon future and shape the new energy architecture for the region? The following dimensions will be addressed – Renewable energy supply – Smart grids – Return on investment Atul Arya, Senior Vice-President, Research and Analysis, IHS, USA; Global Agenda Council on Climate Change Yurii Boiko, Minister of Energy and Coal Industry of Ukraine Lady Barbara Judge, Chairman Emeritus, United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority, United Kingdom Andreas Nauen, Chief Executive Officer, REpower Systems, Germany Kandeh Yumkella, Director-General, United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), Vienna; Global Agenda Council on Climate Change Chaired by Armen Sarkissian, President and Founder, Eurasia House International, United Kingdom; Global Agenda Council on Energy Security
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Middle East 2010 – Solving the New Energy Equation 26.10.2010 Asia’s energy demand, the evolution of the gas supply and declining stocks of easy access oil are transforming energy production and consumption. How will this global shift affect the Middle East and North Africa region’s energy sector and its economic and development models at large? Discussion Leaders Ahmed Rashed Al Arbeed, Chief Executive Officer, Dana Gas, United Arab Emirates Amina Benkhadra, Minister of Energy, Mines, Water and Environment of Morocco Steve Howard, Chief Executive Officer, Climate Group, United Kingdom; Global Agenda Council on Climate Change Ian Hudson, President, Europe, Middle East and Africa, DuPont de Nemours International, Switzerland Lady Barbara Judge, Chairman, United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority, United Kingdom Moderated by André Schneider, Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer, World Economic Forum

CIC Start Online Conference 2011 – Edinburgh Napier University

More information at our Website: Energy co-operatives as a means of achieving sustainability within the housing sector Sarah Borthwick Sarah Deas Douglas Prentice Our dependency on energy is threatened by two realities: dwindling supplies of fossil fuels and rising levels of environmental pollution. With this in mind, alternative sources of energy are increasingly being turned to, including the technologies to harbour these. Various national and international targets have been set, focusing upon the limiting of climate changing greenhouse gas emissions and increasing the uptake of renewable sources of energy — and Scotland is no exception. The use of both solar and wind power are first of all considered as a means to facilitate the above scenario, focusing upon the application of solar photovoltaic panels and wind turbines for the generation of electricity and thermal water heaters for the provision of hot water in our homes and buildings. These systems are evaluated in terms of their dynamics, structure types, strengths and weaknesses, plus a reflection of their current levels of adoption and potential for future application. The financial incentives offered at Government level to help encourage the uptake are also assessed, including that of the feed-in tariff and renewable heat incentive. Leading on from this, the co-operative approach to renewable energy is thoroughly examined in which to achieve scale, manage risk and raise capital — whilst

Clean Energy Economy Forum: Clean Energy Supply Chain Panel

A panel of experts discusses and takes questions on the Clean Energy Supply Chain at the Clean Energy Economy Forum. July 16, 2010.

Davos Annual Meeting 2010 – Rethinking Trade and Climate Change 30.01.2010 Multilateral efforts to increase international trade and to reduce carbon emissions have surfaced important policy linkages between the two global issues. How can trade and climate agreements be aligned so that trade becomes a driver for low-carbon growth, rather than carbon becoming the cause of trade conflicts? Celso Amorim, Minister of Foreign Relations of Brazil Pascal Lamy, Director-General, World Trade Organization (WTO), Geneva Doris Leuthard, President of the Swiss Confederation and Federal Councillor of Economic Affairs Masayuki Naoshima, Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan Rachid M. Rachid, Minister of Trade and Industry of Egypt Anand Sharma, Minister of Commerce and Industry of India Achim Steiner, Executive Director, United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), Nairobi Chaired by Robert Z. Lawrence, Albert L. Williams Professor of Trade and Investment, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, USA; Global Agenda Council on Trade

This session of Public Health Grand Rounds focuses on the contributing factors and consequences of childhood obesity, including decreases in physical activity, socio-economic and environmental determinants, and advertising practices of the food industry while reviewing efforts to reduce the burden of this public health epidemic. Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with our comment policy: This video can also be viewed at
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Senate Session 2011-11-09 (17:50:37-18:57:47)

The Senate convened and began a period of morning business. Thereafter, they moved to proceed to SJRes.6, a joint resolution disapproving the rule submitted by the Federal Communications Commission with respect to regulating the Internet and broadband industry practices.
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