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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Alex Pearl. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Alex Pearl, often where they are interviewed.

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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Alex Pearl. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Alex Pearl, often where they are interviewed.

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Rich Vincent and Alex Pearl on Leading Change at Knotel

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Mar 05 2020 · 31mins
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037 Doing well by doing good – Natura’s story with Alex Pearl

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Is an 18,000 employee company, spread over 5 continents and 72 countries with a revenue of over US$3 Billion able to live by a higher purpose, be sustainable and deliver positive social impact? Find out how Natura is doing it.

Jul 05 2018 · 42mins
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CSC Seminar 2016: Alex Pearl "Water Resources and Climate Change"

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Alex Pearl is an Assistant Professor in the Texas Tech School of Law. He discuses water from a policy aspect and how lawmakers deal with this issue. Alex explains private property laws in regards to ownership and rights on utilizing surface and groundwater. Climate change affects are predicted to decrease soil moisture and increase the chance of longer droughts. Alex advocates that these private property laws with water will need to be changed in order to implement water conservation plans and to mitigate climate change.
Mar 10 2016 · 8mins
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CSC Seminar 2015: Alex Pearl "The Tragedy of the Vital Commons"

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Alex Pearl is an Assistant Professor in the School of Law and he is the Associate Director of the Center for Water Law and Policy. He presents on The Tragedy of the Vital Commons and talks about common pool resources but focuses on groundwater resources in Texas, which is from the Ogallala Aquifer. Alex explains possible solutions for avoiding ruin and destruction of these common pool resources and they are, private property, institutional informal norms, and government regulation. The problem in Texas is that privatization of groundwater is not working because people are not sustaining the resource, which is leading to the depletion of the Ogallala Aquifer.
Feb 04 2016 · 17mins
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Alex Pearl & Juhana Moisander - UnSpooling Artists in Residence

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Oct 01 2010 · 4mins