Monthly Archives: June 2012

The British nuclear power play

A few weeks ago the UK government made its long awaited power play as regards its plans for new nuclear plants in the UK. For many years now successive UK governments, both labour and Tory, have been keen on new … Continue reading

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The Rio failure….again!

This week saw the end of yet another Earth summit (Rio +20). For anyone who missed it, I’ll summarise by saying, everybody said how important the environment is….indeed its so important that we’re not going to do anything to save … Continue reading

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