Category Archives: environment

Why They’ve Always Kept Mum About Heathrow Expansion!

‘To pilots it’s a no-brainer,’ said my husband to me God knows how many years ago , but this picture will give a clue as to how long. The kids are now in their twenties and the one posing precociously … Continue reading

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Britain’s Common Sense Approach to a Recent EU Policy Must Be Good News For The Future

First published on British Influence In Europe Forum on 30th May 2013 The fact that MEPs voted on a reform recently and got the result they did was good news for any future relationship between the UK and the EU. … Continue reading

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Should EU’s labelling laws be relaxed to save the planet?

It’s time the public knew, is the message from Dr Tim Fox of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers from their head office in Birdcage Walk in London. In their stark and informative Population Report they are outlining some of the … Continue reading

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Farming Fever Infects London

here are aparently 2012 edible gardens across London, which is a fantastic number. These spaces have sprouted up in formerly derelict corners of our city: which is positive on many fronts. Obviously the city is not the ideal place to … Continue reading

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Five Years In the North Sea

For anyone who has been involved in house building or renovating (as I certainly have), the term of five years is not a very long time.  In fact, it is usually a minimum period plan. In business they say it … Continue reading

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Holy Solar

Currently the Pope is visiting the UK. Speaking on BCC news after her brief meeting with him in Edinburgh today was Stephanie Hilborne who is the CEO of 47 Wildlife Trusts. She spoke about the importance of the influential catholic … Continue reading

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Flash Floods and Hot Cities

A couple of weeks ago I was in sunny La Napoule in France with my husband. Four days later, just up the road, 20 people were killed in the most extreme weather conditions the region has seen for twenty years. … Continue reading

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