Climate Change

Vertical Farming - An Interview With Mathew Howe

Vertical Farming - An Interview With Mathew Howe

Posted on 31st August 2021

Mathew is currently founder of Grobrix. A company that designs and manufactures indoor vertical farms for both home and work. Prior to this he worked at BNP Paribas.

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Out Go The Lights

Out Go The Lights

Posted on 9th August 2021

As part of the government's commitment to tackle climate change, they have announced the ban of halogen light bulbs from September 2021 and high fluorescent light bulbs from September 2023.

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E10 Petrol - Is your car ready?

E10 Petrol - Is your car ready?

Posted on 19th July 2021

When we visit fuel stations, we usually pick up the standard unleaded, fill up and go. But from September 2021 you may have to concentrate a little more on what you choose to put in your car.

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Head in the Clouds

Head in the Clouds

Posted on 5th July 2021

The word ‘cloud’ is used a lot in our modern lives. Apart from the things in the sky that store rain, the cloud can be somewhere we access work documents, where we store digital photos, upload videos for family abroad to see or using a cloud-based email system.

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Tidal Talk

Tidal Talk

Posted on 4th May 2021

Humankind has been using water to support our everyday lives for thousands of years. One of the most common and historic methods for using water to support our everyday lives is by using it to power watermills. Watermills were originally designed by the Greeks and have evolved as technology and knowledge has advanced through the ages. The concept of watermills, which are usually found alongside flowing rivers, is to run water through a water wheel that drives machinery for milling or hammering. However, watermills have since evolved; dams are the modern day watermills and are commonly used to generate electricity, known as hydropower.

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