Monthly Archives: June 2013

Climate Change and the Military

If you listen to those on the right, they will tend to ignore all of the overwhelming evidence in support of AGW (that is that we’re warming the planet) because they argue the scientists producing the data are a bunch … Continue reading

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The future of cars, a review of different drivetrain options

I was at a trade show for cars the other week and it struck me just how much vehicle fuel economy, within the EU at least, has improved over the last few years. I recall it being suggested to me … Continue reading

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The Canadian shuffle

For some time now the Tories have been cosying up to the Stephen Harper government in Ottawa with a secret campaign of lobbying in favour of the Canadian Tar sands project. The EU, aware of the heavy carbon footprint of … Continue reading

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