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November 2009

Achieving a low carbon economy
Federico Caprotti lectures at Estonian Business School
Charlotte Lemanski in South Africa
Research on participation in urban governance and speaks at Urban LanMark event
The Natural History Museum’s Open Air Water Centre London led by UCL Geography
Presentations at the London Freshwater Group Autumn meeting
Have Your Say on the African Diaspora
Ben Page as studio guest of BBC World Service
London Typography Bus Tour
Andrew Harris organises excursion for Urban Studies MSc
Philip Lewis advises Belgian remote sensing science policy
Also on steering committee on integration of remote sensing data with carbon models
"Sardinian Islandness"
David Lowenthal gives keynote address at international workshop
Locating the Iberian-American community in Britain
Pablo Mateos presents evidence at Venezuelan Consulate
Conflicts in East Africa
Dr Philip Apuuli of Makerere University presents departmental seminar on the role of the International Criminal Court
Creative Edge: Reconceiving Suburban London
Urban Lab workshop at UCL
Alan Gilbert's latest book launched
Plenary addresses at Bogotá conferences
2009 Philip Leverhulme Prize awarded to Caroline Bressey
Support for research on the black presence in 19th Century Britain
Interglacial diversity as an indicator of natural climate variability
Progress Article by international team led by Chronis Tzedakis in November Nature Geoscience
Coming clean over clean technology
Federico Caprotti in Cleantech event
Four more Royal Geographical Society prizes for UCL student dissertations
Further successes reported in Developing Areas, Tourism and Leisure, Urban Geography, and Women and Geography Research Group competitions.
The carbon cycle and climate
Mat Disney contributes to Eco Week at Uckfield Community Technical College
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