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New Zealand will create one of the largest marine protected areas in the world, spanning an area of 620,000 sq km.

It will […]

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How did Chile survive 8.4 earthquake?

On September 25, 2015 By

The strongest earthquake in the world this year caused a 4.5m tsunami; yet claimed the lives of 13 people – many fewer than normally expected by such […]

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The World Economic Forum has published the following:

In the coming year, we face a number of diverse and significant challenges: growing income inequality, heightened geostrategic tensions, […]

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An El Nino to remember?

On August 26, 2015 By

An informative article about El Nino from the Economist.

Scientists from NOAA are predicting that this could be a year with an El Nino to remember.  The […]

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Europe’s population dilemma

On August 25, 2015 By

Falling birth rates across Europe need serious consideration.

This unprecidented demographic change seems to be being ignored by political leaders across Europe.  With birth rates below replacement […]

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The catch phrase of Ester Boserup, Danish economist, students might like to read through the following news items culled from the press recently.  Despite multi-billion subsidies for fossil […]

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Try out this NASA interactive time line.



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Growing hubs around the world

On June 29, 2015 By

Whilst London dithers regarding a new runway, others are racing ahead.

Two years ago Turkey announced a new airport plan – by 2018 it will be complete with […]

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