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Other Front Matter.
1: Special Session: Lectio Magistralis.
2: The Manmade Contribution to Ongoing Global Warming Is Not a Planetary Emergency*.
3: Overcoming the Planetary Emergencies Is Possible Because Science, Technology and Culture Are Founded on Liberty, Right and Truth.
4: Opening Session.
5: Why Science Is Needed for the Culture of the Third Millennium.
6: Cyber Resilience: The Essence of Cyber Peace.
7: Recent Developments in Terrorism.
8: Message from Senator Dr. Antonio D'Ali.
9: Mitigation of Terrorist Acts.
10: Dose Thresholds for Evacuation Following Explosion of an Improvised Nuclear Device or Radiological Dispersal Device.
11: Gap Analysis of EU Counterterrorism Research Initiatives1.
12: Preventing Nuclear-Explosive Terrorism by Eliminating Fissile Material: A Progress Report.
13: Public Perception of Nuclear Radiation: Its Importance for Nuclear Energy, RDD, Terrorism and Nuclear Disarmament.
14: Climate & Climate Economics.
15: The Importance of Economics in the Framework of Climate Issues.
16: The Role of Science in the Third Millennium.
17: A Simple State-Contingent Pricing Policy for Complex Intertemporal Externalities.
18: ‘Climate Economics’: The Literature and Its Utility.
19: Thoughts on the Social Rate of Discount.
20: Is Co2 Mitigation Cost-Effective?.
21: Global Nuclear Energy Issues.
22: World Outlook for Nuclear Power after Fukushima.
23: Outlook for Nuclear Power in Japan.
24: Overview of Nuclear Power Development in China.
25: Nuclear Power in Europe.
26: Nuclear Power in the Middle East Following Fukushima.
27: Outlook for Nuclear Power in the United States.
28: Attributes of Sustainable Planetary-Scale Nuclear Fission Energy Systems.
29: Economics of Nuclear Power in Liberalized Power Markets1.
30: Energy & Sustainability in Cities.
31: Energy, Cities, and Global Sustainability.
32: Smart Grids for Sustainable Mega Cities and a Delhi Innovation.
33: Complexity, Cities and Energy.
34: Global Food Production & Forest Dynamics.
35: Energy in Global Agriculture as the Human Population Peaks.
36: Qualitative Analysis of Forest Dynamics Models Using Elliptic Functions.
37: Water Pollution & Terrorism.
38: The Terrorist Threat to Water and Technology's Role in Safeguarding Supplies.
39: Contamination of Water Distribution Systems.
40: Water and Cbrne/Cyber Terrorism: Waterborne Threats and Sustainability of Cities Including Unusual Secondary and Tertiary Water Contamination Lessons from Fukushima.
41: Striving for Global Health and Water Security: Achievable or Not?.
42: Brain Aging & Behavior.
43: Brain Aging: Threats and Opportunities.
44: Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD): Insights into Wisdom and Altruism.
45: Frontiers in Fast Computing & Informatics.
46: Computing for the Large Hadron Collider at CERN.
47: The Planetary Emergencies: A Challenge for Change.
48: Information Security.
49: Regulating Cyberbehavior: Some Initial Reflections on Codes of Conduct and Confidence-Building Measures.
50: Cyber Governance for Cyber Confidence*.
51: Privacy in Internet Transactions: Economic and Security Aspects.
52: Messaggio Del Presidente Della Repubblica Italiana: Le Emergenze Planetaire E IL Progetto WFS.
53: The Planetary Emergencies and the Project WFS.
54: WFS General Meeting PMP Reports.
55: Climate PMP Report, August 2012.
56: 2012 Report from the Permanent Monitoring Panel—Mitigation of Terrorist Acts (PMP-MTA).
57: Endangered Sustainability of a Megalopolitan Region: The Unextincted Activity of the Popocatepetl Volcano, Mexico.
58: Pollution Permanent Monitoring Panel — 2012 Annual Report.
59: Report of the Permanent Monitoring Panel on Energy, 2012.
60: Mother and Child Health PMP.
61: AIDS and Infectious Diseases (AID) PMP 2012 Report.
62: Information Security PMP Report: August 23, 2012.
63: Proposal to Set-Up a Permanent Monitoring Panel (PMP) On: “Fast Computing and Informatics Frontiers and Ecological Science”.
64: Closing Remarks on the Culture of Our Time and the WFS Project.
65: Seminar Participants.
66: Seminar Participants.