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  • Jun
    22
    2010

    The Green Lecture

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    Its not easy being green, Adam O'Reilly

    Adam O'Reilly

    Beginning with the creation of Ireland approximately 65 million years ago this lecture is a brief and humorous history of the colour green from a western perspective

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    Anger and Awe, Mark Butler

    Mark Butler

    In this lecture Mark discusses the Gulf oil spill and what motivates him to be an environmentalist. If he were to colour his emotions Mark states that this lecture is more red than green.

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    Envy, Money and the Environment in the life of Nikola Tesla, Daniel Espeset

    Daniel Espeset

    In this lecture Daniel considers the politics of technology and discusses the life of Nikola Tesla.

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    Green means single and ready to mingle, Emily Davidson

    Emily Davidson

    In this lecture Emily discusses a stop light party she went to during her first week of university. Stop light parties are designed to simplify match making at parties by asking party goers to signal their relationship status through coloured clothing. Green means single and ready to mingle while red means taken or not interested. Emily discusses how these parties actually take away consent and promote rape culture.

    Halifax - 2664 Fuller Terrace at 9pm

    * entrance from Bellaire Terrace (rain or shine)

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