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Hi Folks Richard posted a good question about timeline research that I thought I would respond to on the site so that everyone could share. Here is what he wrote: Hey, it’s me, Richard Chan from IDC 4001H. My group’s … Continue reading
The New York City Panel on Climate Change (NPCC) is focused on adapting to climate change to protect New York’s present and future infrastructure. Yohe and Leichenko, however, argues that both mitigation and adaptation strategies are necessary. Keeping in mind … Continue reading
What’s due: Memo 2: 100 year history timeline of the topic, annotated, with references – 3 pages minimum Participatory challenge: Bring me up to date on transhumanist-tending technologies that are of cutting edge interest to you.
Research Challenges. Using visuals, present a brief introduction to the class on the following examples of contemporary futurism (note – you must go beyond wikipedia): Ray Kurzweil the Tellus Institute Steampunk
What is due: Memo 1: Propose Topic Research challenge: What important has happened last week with regard to NYC’s response to planning for climate change? Reading tips: In the Yohe and Leichenko reading, concentrate on the lessons from the article … Continue reading