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On January 9, 2016 By

Climate scientists have stated the need for a more pro-active approach to climate change.

Government plans agreed in Paris are seen to be inadequate.  They state that geo-engineering […]

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A New Epoch For Earth

On January 8, 2016 By

There is little doubt now that we have entered a new geological age, believes an international scientific panel.

The team, which has been tasked with defining the so-called […]

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On December 30, 2015 By

A personal comment.

It must surely not be a surprise that parts of the UK have been flooded by high rainfall?

All climate models suggest that the […]

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COP THAT – History made in Paris?

On December 14, 2015 By

The adoption of the Paris Agreement could be a truly momentous moment in human history.

This carefully worded document that balances the right of countries to develop […]

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Record rain, floods, emergency COBRA meetings – the impact of global warming and climate change on the UK.

Communities across Britain have been hit by flooding in recent […]

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Faced with four years of deep drought that revealed significant vulnerabilities in its water supply, Los Angeles intends to capture stormwater as an important new source of […]

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Sustainable city – Los Angeles

On November 27, 2015 By

Case Study Los Angeles.

On April 8, 2015, Mayor Eric Garcetti released L.A.’s first-ever Sustainable City pLAn. The three main components of this plan are:-

Environment […]

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China’s demographic timebomb

On November 27, 2015 By

China’s one-child-per-couple policy (the “OCPCP”), enforced since 1980, has, resulted in a number of concerning demographic trends.

Firstly the cultural preference for boys and sex selective […]

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