24 hours of global noon-hour webinars

Online, everywhere October 12, 2018

To close the first ever World Commons Week, on October 12, 2018, IASC hosted 24 live webinars by prominent commons scholars and practitioners, following the UTC noon hour as it migrated around the globe. 

The table of speakers below represents a cross-section of IASC commons thematics such as forestry, fisheries, water, urban, and knowledge commons, as well as new, emerging areas and research methods. We strove for representation from countries in both the global North and South. All talks were recorded, and individual recordings are linked in the table.

This video mash-up of many of the webinar speakers was created by student organizers Cobi Frongillo, Ainsley Brosnan-Smith, and Maxine Gunther-Segal.

WEBINARS

Note: this table is in reverse chronological order.

UTC Speaker Institution Title Country
-12
Oregon State University
United States
-11
University of Alaska Fairbanks
United States
-10
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Mexico
-9
University of California, Irvine
United States
-8
Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University
United States and Mexico
-7
Pitt Law
United States
-6
Schumacher Center for a New Economics
United States
-5
University of Colorado, Boulder
United States
-4
University of Los Andes
Colombia
-3
Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs
United States
-2
Pontifical Catholic University of Peru
Peru
-1
University of Massachusetts-Amherst
United States
0
University of Gloucestershire

International Water Management Institute
United Kingdom

Ghana
1
University of Utrecht
The Netherlands
2
University of Cape Town
South Africa
3
Center for International Forestry Research
Kenya
4
Azim Premji University
India
5
Foundation for Ecological Security
India
6
P2P Foundation
Thailand (presenting from Brussels)
7
University of the Philippines Los Baños
Philippines
8
Tsinghua University
China

Singapore
9
Waseda University
Japan
10
University of Queensland
Australia
11
Open Source Geospatial Foundation
Australia
12
The University of Auckland
New Zealand
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