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The United Nations University (UNU), in cooperation with the International Federation of Institutes of Advanced Study (IFIAS) and the International Social Science Council (ISSC), has scheduled several more workshops under the Human Dimensions of Global Change Program. Program goals are to increase scientific understanding, predict effects of social change on the environment, analyze policy options and identify pragmatic strategies. This will involve a global network of experts who can translate research findings into practical applications and develop appropriate information systems. The planned workshops will be held in various countries and cover topics such as international law, industry, and critical geographical zones. Attendance is open, although only selected individuals will receive financial support. For information on the program contact the North American Office of UNU, DC2-1462, 2 U.N. Plaza, New York NY 10017 (212-963-6387). For information on the workshops contact Ian Burton at IFIAS, 39 Spadina Road, Toronto, Ont. M5R 2S9, Can. (416-926-7570).

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