Nov
26
2014
Guy Taylor

What is TTIP exactly, and what’s it for? Interview with the World Development Movement

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You may have heard of a proposed trade deal called TTIP (generally pronounced tee-tip). You may also be aware of an awful lot of protest against it. Do you know what it is, and why there is so much opposition to it? Read more …

Nov
18
2014
Simon Ross

Is the global human population too high? Steady-state people as well as steady-state economics?

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Posted Nov 18 2014 by Simon Ross of Population Matters
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There is a long-standing case made for the benefits of a steady-state economy. With climate change, collapsing biodiversity and increasing pressure on key resources, that has to be the way to go. Read more …

Nov
11
2014
Dave Darby

Why Brian Cox is wrong about nuclear fusion

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Posted Nov 11 2014 by Dave Darby of Lowimpact.org
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Who’s been watching ‘Human Universe‘ with Brian Cox? I’m especially talking about the last episode – ‘What is our Future?‘ Brian Cox is doing a great job popularising science – and science, as he says, is a ‘wonderful tool for making the darkness visible’. Read more …

Nov
6
2014
Jon Halle

New share offers in community-owned renewable energy projects around the UK

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Posted Nov 6 2014 by Jon Halle of Sharenergy
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Pomona Solar launched its pioneer share offer during h-Energy festivities on 11th October in Hereford. Pomona’s first scheme is for a 250kW solar PV array that will supply low-cost electricity to small businesses located on the site. Read more …

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