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Biosemiotics, Neurosemiotics and Language acquisition

Tatiana CHERNIGOVSKAYA is professor in the Department of General Linguistics and the Department of Medicine at St. Petersburg State University. She is also on faculty at Smolny College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and European University in St. Petersburg. Dr. Chernigovskaya holds doctoral degrees in Human Physiology and Linguistics from Sechenov Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences.Her current research interests include the cerebral basis for linguistic and cognitive functions; language evolution and acquisition; modes of thinking and types of consciousness; artificial intelligence and mental lexicon organization.
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The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and the Challenges of Climate policy, Equity and Ethics

The 2007 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report provides clear guidance for the greenhouse gas emissions reductions needed to limit global warming to specific targets such as 2 °C above pre-industrial values, as adopted formally by the European Union. Despite the strong scientific consensus found by the IPCC concerning the reality and seriousness of global warming, worldwide emissions of the greenhouse gases that cause climate change continue to increase each year. The nations of the world are still far from agreement on how to act to reduce emissions.
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