We develop a probabilistic forecast of carbon emissions to 2100, using a country-specific version of Kaya’s identity, which expresses carbon emissions as a product of population, GDP per capita and carbon intensity (carbon per unit of GDP).
Please join the Cultural Heritage Engineering Initiative at UC San Diego for presentations by Alfonso Ippolito and Carlo Bianchini from the Department of Architectural History, Representation, and Restoration at Sapienza, University of Rome.
The exhibition memorializes the artists deceased father and makes an attempt to bring Paden’s memory of him into a shareable somatic gesture. The works look toward conversations on data, particularly as we grow ever-tethered to our digital self.
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