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Sustainable cities

On June 22, 2015 By

The rapid growth of cities around the world demands immediate attention. Of course, there are many things cities can do well, such as efficient public transport, utilities […]

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Just north of Punta Gorda, the view of Nicaragua’s Miskito coast is much as Christopher Columbus would have seen it when he first sailed these waters […]

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“The evidence is very clear. We are witnessing a threat to the productivity of our natural and farmed environment equivalent to that posed by organophosphates or DDT,” Indiscriminate […]

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Extreme weather events in the UK and overseas are part of a growing pattern that it would be very unwise for us, or  our leaders, to ignore.  […]

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Hard choices will need to be made

On February 10, 2014 By

Ten years ago the chief scientist warned that “Hard choices need to be taken – we must either invest more in sustainable approaches to flood and coastal management […]

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Cold air has rushed in from the Arctic, after a high pressure over northeast Canada and Greenland blocked the usual track of the weather. At this time […]

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On July 25, 2013 By

Researchers from the Polar Ocean Physics Group at Cambridge University have raised fears of a catastrophic release of methane from thawing Arctic permafrost below the East Siberian Sea. […]

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The debate about fracking seems to be going the way of the energy companies. Cuadrilla is seeking consent for 6 new test sites in the north of England. […]

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