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“Next Steps in Climate Science” – Royal Society 2-3 Oct

The Royal Society is located just off Pall Mall in a glorious Nash terrace in one of London’s most exclusive areas. As we discuss the end of the world “as we know it” inside, Bentleys and Porches glide effortlessly past¬†outside … Continue reading

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Radiation Fears

The media coverage of the Fukushima nuclear emergency has naturally caused a lot of concern. ¬†For some reason the words nuclear and radiation used together cause reason to fly out the window. It is still the case that only a … Continue reading

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Sustainable energy

I have just finished reading the book “Sustainable Energy without the Hot Air” by David MacKay who is a professor of physics at Cambridge University. It is a breath of fresh air which cuts through all the politics to analyse … Continue reading

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