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  • Monday 2nd March

    Forget the satellites – man-hauling across the Arctic seems the next step You’ll see Jess blogged recently on the new satellite that was to be launched to assess the planets CO2 distribution ( see here ). You’ll also see form the comments that it never made it into orbit. Millions Read more [...]

  • Wednesday 25th February

    Ethical clothes hit the catwalk Last night, as part of London Fashion Week, a trendy bunch of fashionistas attended the launch of a sustainable fashion label Made-by. I was lucky enough to go along to this and apart from the seriously good nibbles, it was eye opening. Made-by is really Read more [...]

  • Monday 23rd February

    NASA Launches CO2 Tracker By logging on to the NASA website (as you do), I just discovered something very exciting••• Tomorrow they are launching the Orbiting Carbon Observatory which is a satellite designed to orbit the earth and map the distribution of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. The satellite will Read more [...]

  • Fuel poverty?

    I would very much like to get involved with people specifically working on fuel poverty – if anyone can advise me I’d be grateful! Many thanks, Carey

  • Thursday 19th February

    Social networking is bad for you… •••Or so claims a report in the “Biologist” journal today. The report blames social networking for increasing the risk of health problems as serious as cancer, strokes, heart disease and dementia by altering the way genes work. Now, no-one claimed that the use of Read more [...]

  • Sunday 15th February

    Are CO2 target treaties useless? The institute of mechanical engineers has released a report that fires a shot across treaties that look to reduce CO2 through target making. In a perhaps somewhat controversial stance the report says that “CO2 reduction treaties are useless” the we should accept the world is Read more [...]

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