Dr. Andrew Biro
Selected Recent Presentations
Jan. 2014. “Freedom in the Anthropocene Era” ESS Lecture Series, Dalhousie University College of Sustainability, Halifax, NS.
May 2013. “Political Economy in the Anthropocene” invited presentation at IPE @20: Celebrating 20 Years of Engaged Research at the Institute of Political Economy, Carleton University, Ottawa, ON.
Feb. 2012, “Water Wars from Global to Local” invited presentation at The New School University, New York, NY.
Apr. 2011. “The Good Life in the Greenhouse?” University of Melbourne, School of Social and Political Sciences Public Seminar, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Mar. 2010. “‘Water Wars’ from Global to Local: Violence and the Production of Scarcity,” Keynote address, Forum on Environmental Politics, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB.
Mar. 2010. “Communicating Climate Crisis,” Keynote address to Atlantic Undergraduate English Conference, Wolfville, NS.
Mar. 2010. “Should Canadians Have a Right to Water?” Public debate organized by the Paul Tom Debating Society and Water Watch Acadia, Acadia University.
June 2009. "Will Technology Make Our Water Resources Unlimited?" National
Café Scientifique Series, Halifax, NS.
Mar. 2009. "Privatization and Corporate Control of Water," World Water Day Panel Discussion, organized by the ASU Sustainability Office and Acadia Environmental Society, Wolfville, NS.
Jan. 2009. "Canada Dry? Water Abundance, Scarcity, and National Identity", invited presentation at the 22nd annual Reddin Symposium, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH.