Can plants help us avoid a climate catastrophe? | OUPblog

The amount of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere by burning of fossil fuels is at a staggering all time high of 34 billion tonnes, having risen every decade since the 1960s. — Read on blog.oup.com/

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Geopolitics of Early Human Migrations: Land, Terrain and Territory

http://www.youtube.com/watch The presentation takes a Big History approach to understanding Early Human Migrations and dispersal out of Africa across all continents of the world. We begin by creating a framework for our analysis based on anthropology and political geography. We apply it to the broad swathe of human history beginning around 250,000 years ago and … Continue reading Geopolitics of Early Human Migrations: Land, Terrain and Territory

The BLUE Economy: Geopolitics of the Future

http://www.youtube.com/watch Introducing Blue Economy: the idea of the Blue Economy looks at Oceanic Space as the next frontier of human development. Before we think of conquering Mars, let’s complete our mastery over Earth - the Oceans are 2/3rds of the Earth’s surface. Optimal use can take us to the next stage of human evolution. The … Continue reading The BLUE Economy: Geopolitics of the Future

Video: Geopolitics Analysis – Geopolitics of Early Human Migrations Part 1

In this video we will use models of analysis we have introduced so far to analyse migrations across the space of the earth of early human beings, from their initial base in south-central Africa. https://youtu.be/v6VFrEDXJCM This is an intermediate level analysis. Do not worry if you do not have prior knowledge of this subject. We … Continue reading Video: Geopolitics Analysis – Geopolitics of Early Human Migrations Part 1