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Student Event Spotlight
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Ice flows like a viscous fluid. This incredible fact is both exciting for glaciologists, while also a major challenge in modeling glacial change relevant to sea level rise. This talk will introduce ice flow and use high school math and physics to explain the shape of ice sheets.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit is regarded as the second most powerful court in the United States, after the U.S. Supreme Court. It decides the legal validity of the most important decisions and rulemakings of both FERC and the EPA, and the fate of many policies lie in the hands of this court. Judge Griffith will speak about some of his most important decisions related to energy and the environment, as well as what makes agencies and advocates successful, and what this all could mean for energy and environmental policy in the US. This will be a rare opportunity to hear from a former DC Circuit Judge on some of the most pressing legal issues of our time.
As the EU has stepped back from the Western Balkans, Russia and China have ramped up their engagement, filling the EU’s geopolitical void. This panel will bring together top analysts to explore the dynamics of these superpowers in the Western Balkans.
This event, which will be held in person, will bring together experts in both biotechnology and renewables to discuss Argentina’s future.
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