Lord Timothy Garden Memorial Lecture
on Global Change
Lord Timothy Garden, who passed away in August 2007, was an internationally renowned expert on international security and a frequent contributor to the International Studies Summer Institute. One of Lord Garden's strengths was his ability to see and articulate the interconnections among issues. In honor of his legacy, we are pleased to present the annual Lord Timothy Garden Memorial Lecture on Global Change. Each lecturer will be asked to make a presentation on his/her primary area of global expertise, elucidating its problem and solution interconnections with other global issues.
Video Streams by Past Lecturers (NOTE: Click lecturer's name to view video presentation.)
April 2010 – TOPIC: International Financial Security
Lord John Roper (Chairman of the European Union Sub-Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defense and Development Staff; active member of the United Kingdom House of Lords, where he is the Deputy Speaker and Chairman of the European Union Committee)
June 2009 – TOPIC: Climate Change and Human Impacts: Interconnectedness, Education, and Solutions
Roberta Johnson (Scientist, High Altitude Observatory, National Center for Atmospheric Research; Principal Investigator, Windows to the Universe; Director of Education and Outreach, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research; Executive Director, National Earth Science Teachers Association)
July 2008 – TOPIC: Global Food Security: Why is There Hunger in the World?
Frances Moore Lappé (Democracy Advocate; World Food & Hunger Expert; Co-Founder, Food First: The Institute for Food and Development Policy; Co-Founder, The Small Planet Institute; Founding Councilor, World Future Council)